Stock Investing For Beginners by Bradley Banks audiobook

Stock Investing For Beginners: Stock Market Investing 101 Guide

By Bradley Banks
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Bradley Banks
1.15 Hours 1
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    ISBN: 9781094238241

As an investor, the stock market offers you the opportunity to increase your income without taking on the high risks that are usually associated when venturing in other businesses. By selling stocks, the company raises capital and is able to expand itself exponentially. Therefore, as an investor, when you purchase shares of a company, you have increased the worth of the company. Thus it's a win-win situation for both investor and owner. The negative risk associated with the stock market can be small or large, but it all depends on the number of shares of stock that you, as an investor, have bought. Therefore, if a company's stock shares lose value, the stocks you have bought also loses value, and if you decide to sell your stocks when the value is low, you will have incurred a loss. I will show you how you can minimize your risks and show you different ways in which investors are not only making money, but are also building with the stock market.

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As an investor, the stock market offers you the opportunity to increase your income without taking on the high risks that are usually associated when venturing in other businesses. By selling stocks, the company raises capital and is able to expand itself exponentially. Therefore, as an investor, when you purchase shares of a company, you have increased the worth of the company. Thus it's a win-win situation for both investor and owner.

The negative risk associated with the stock market can be small or large, but it all depends on the number of shares of stock that you, as an investor, have bought. Therefore, if a company's stock shares lose value, the stocks you have bought also loses value, and if you decide to sell your stocks when the value is low, you will have incurred a loss.

I will show you how you can minimize your risks and show you different ways in which investors are not only making money, but are also building with the stock market.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Business & Economics
Runtime: 1.15
Audience: Adult
Language: English