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How did you learn about stocks and investing?

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27/03/2021 - 07:18

I want to start investing into the stock market, I see a lot of people my age (20) who know so much about the stock market and investing in general whether or not it’s into the stock market. I know none of you can speak for them, but how did you get to where you are today in terms of stock market knowledge? How did you get started with investing? What did you tools did you use to learn?   submitted by   /u/mynailfelloff [link]   [comments]


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    Im new to stocks and dont know too much about them but im wanting to learn. Ive been seeing some ads about alert apps that send you a notification on stocks that are predicted to have good returns. Like i said im wanting to learn so if these actually work i think itd help me in doing so. Only reason i havnt already trued them is because on almost all of them they have $100+ monthly memberships which is a lot to just try something out. Or is there any other thing like this that someone could recommend me to try? Would really appreciate the advice   submitted by   /u/highdiluted [link]   [comments]
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  41. Tracking investments. (20/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello there, I am somewhat new to the stock market and investing. Please, be kind. I am trying to learn as much as I can. So about 2 months ago, after hearing about the Robinhood app and the WSB shenanigans with GME, I decided to look into stock exchange apps/websites. At the moment, Robinhood seemed like the most user-friendly one, to begin with. I signed up and waited about a month to be approved. Since then, I have put in about $500 towards stocks and crypto. Along the way, I did more research and realized that Robinhood isn't the greatest place to be for cryptocurrency. I stopped putting money there and am now using Voyager for certain cryptos. Nonetheless, my stocks are still there. I decided to open an account with Fidelity as well. My plan is to transfer my stocks from Robinhood to Fidelity. I am aware of the $75 fee for transferring things over. Nonetheless, I will have some stocks in Robinhood that I don't want to move (free one that I got that is useless) and I don't want to sell because of taxes (I also did some small purchases $1-$5 investments to see how stocks worked prior to investing the bigger bucks). I want to keep my Fidelity for the serious long-term stocks & EFT's... and leave the risky/new stocks on Robinhood. Additionally, I have a 401k(through work) and an IRA (NEW, also with Fidelity). Keeping track of all of these different things through different websites seems kind of overwhelming at times. What would you guys recommend in order to track all your investments? ​ Thank you so much for your time!   submitted by   /u/Sunniirise [link]   [comments]
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  42. How you find hype stocks(20% increase or more within a shorter time than a year) before they are inflated (24/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hello everyone, I started to learn about investing a few years ago.mostly about YouTube. Over the last year I also picked up some books. A mix of Jack Bogle, day trading and a few to value companies on fundamental basis. That’s all fine and it makes sense to me , will try to invest as much as I can in safe assets like msci world or sp500 . Especially the whole gme debacle showed me that I don’t want to trust a random guy on YouTube or Reddit about stocks. I can do my own work now and check it his statements make sense, but I feel like I’m missing something about finding good stocks. Maybe there isn’t even a way and it’s all luck, i don’t know so I want to ask here.I’m not talking about gme like stocks here. But anything that’s at a potential to gain more than 9 percent a year. How do you find such stocks? Are there people consistent at finding them? Are there good books or sources? If I try to look for sources about this all I get are YouTube gurus telling me why I need to buy their book. I just want some source that has some kind of seriousness to it, if there are any.I’m willing to learn, it does not need to be fast or anything.but I always feel like I’m hearing about it a stock or industry after its already inflated. If anyone had this question and found anything that helped him answer it, I’d greatly appreciate it. And I know this sub isn’t a gambling sub, but the gambling ones are inflated with people that have much opinion without any knowledge ,also the gambling ones are still flooded with gme. Thank you very much for reading :)   submitted by   /u/Pitoufreeces [link]   [comments]
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  43. How do you find hype stocks (20 percent or more in a shorter time than a year) before they are inflated ? (24/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello everyone, I started to learn about investing a few years ago.mostly about YouTube. Over the last year I also picked up some books. A mix of Jack Bogle, day trading and a few to value companies on fundamental basis. That’s all fine and it makes sense to me , will try to invest as much as I can in safe assets like msci world or sp500 . Especially the whole gme debacle showed me that I don’t want to trust a random guy on YouTube or Reddit about stocks. I can do my own work now and check it his statements make sense, but I feel like I’m missing something about finding good stocks. Maybe there isn’t even a way and it’s all luck, i don’t know so I want to ask here.I’m not talking about gme like stocks here. But anything that’s at a potential to gain more than 9 percent a year. How do you find such stocks? Are there people consistent at finding them? Are there good books or sources? If I try to look for sources about this all I get are YouTube gurus telling me why I need to buy their book. I just want some source that has some kind of seriousness to it, if there are any.I’m willing to learn, it does not need to be fast or anything.but I always feel like I’m hearing about it a stock or industry after its already inflated. If anyone had this question and found anything that helped him answer it, I’d greatly appreciate it. And I know this sub isn’t a gambling sub, but the gambling ones are inflated with people that have much opinion without any knowledge ,also the gambling ones are still flooded with gme. Thank you very much for reading :)   submitted by   /u/Pitoufreeces [link]   [comments]
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  44. You can learn a lot about investing by reading annual reports or watching annual meetings if available online. Like Berkshire Hathaway today (01/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    You can learn about different types of companies by reading their annual reports. For many years the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting has been shown on either CNBC or today it’s on Yahoo live. It’s definitely worth watching because you learn about the investment philosophy of one of the smartest investors Warren Buffett.   submitted by   /u/KCGuy59 [link]   [comments]
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  45. How should I start investing (24/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'm looking to start investing but don't know much and I'm wondering what sights/apps should I use and also what are some recommend books/other media that I should read or watch to help me learn? Any advice is greatly appreciated.   submitted by   /u/Eoghan_S [link]   [comments]
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  46. Buying and selling a single stock, to learn? (12/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ve been in the stock market for about 6 months now. Life has been crazy busy for me lately and I wasn’t making good returns anyways so I withdrew everything except for $50. I figured I could let it sit until I felt like playing with it again. I’ve done quite a bit or research into swing trading and that’s definitely what I’d like to do. So my question is Is it a good idea to trade a stock of a company over and over again week to week? I figured doing this could allow me to dive deeper into some more fundamental aspects of stocks and maybe technicals I had missed. I’d be able to easily track news since I’d only need to follow the market as a whole and my specific stock. The other way I thought of doing this was to just trade a single stock each week. Which is what I’m leaning towards most. Buy on monday/early week dip, sell when I get a good return or by the end of the week. The idea being to have cash at the end of each week. It would serve as a nice reset each week. It would be easy to look into the week and see why the trade went well or poorly. In the weekend I’d also be looking for the next stock. Im curious how I should go about this, If I even should. I’d be playing with $50. Idc if I lose it all. The goal would be to learn as much as possible while cutting out anything unnecessary to making a single good trade. I don’t have time to screen stocks every day. I want something simple and effective. I’m not looking at this is me investing in the sense of a portfolio. The sole purpose is to learn. I figured I’d probably be safe going for large or medium cap stocks since they roll with the market more, but at the same time I’d like enough volatility to actually catch profit. I figure 5% is a reasonable thing to ask. Any information on this is appreciated.   submitted by   /u/smikilit [link]   [comments]
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  47. I want to get started (10/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I want to get in to stocks and am learning thing left and right but a few things are my mind. I don’t have a big savings that I can drop in to a stock. So I plan to DCA weekly/monthly and not looking to day trade or what ever just buy and hold for many years I want to invest and look at it like a saving account I won’t be expecting major gains So my question: what are the safest options that are proven to profit in the long run? I am based in the Netherlands so what would be the safest en secure way to buy stocks Any other tips are welcome for my beginners mind I am going to try to learn as much as I can before actually investing! Thanks!   submitted by   /u/centurionSPQR [link]   [comments]
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  48. I would like to learn “stock culture” and would like the guidance of r/stocks. (27/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I am a new investor and I am also interested in options trading. I do very small trades so far and with very little amounts since I don’t believe to know enough to be using big amounts of money (and because I have no money). As I grow older I want to start being much more active in the stock market. I understand quite a bit about it now but not “stock culture” and I don’t know how to learn it and where to learn it best. What I mean with “stock culture” is learning which stocks are high risk or low risk, which are volatile and which are not, learning how to predict based on the reputation of each stock, or knowing what are the best sources to get good information especially for a beginner. I want to know what I am doing since right now I’m just practicing. Any guidance or advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you.   submitted by   /u/Cookiesboi8 [link]   [comments]
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  49. How do I begin investing at 18 (28/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I turned 18 last month, and want to start investing the cash I have earned. I have about 1,000 dollars in savings and want to build off of it and, along with my part-time job, save up so I can pay for college and beyond. Mostly I want to build up enough money so I am not in so much debt as I’m graduating college. I know how to invest and what you’re supposed to do, but I’m hesitant to start. And really I don’t know what I would even buy to start. So, any input is appreciated. I will continue to read up on investing and learn more. Thanks!   submitted by   /u/-w-is-for-wumbo- [link]   [comments]
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