Precisely why setting up stocks not like playing (Stock market fundamentals)

Why investing in stocks is NOT like gambling (Stock market fundamentals)

I am tired of listening to people talk about how invest in stocks is just like gambling and the chance of winning is 50/50, bullshit!. Stocks has in fact been the place to make money over hundreds of years and has not failed us yet.

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4 Antworten auf „Precisely why setting up stocks not like playing (Stock market fundamentals)“

  1. I have some inheritence and I am going to invest a small amount in some companies I am familiar with to start out and work my way up because I dont want to go under before I've even started. I think most people also have the misconception that you have to be rich to be able to take part – not true. I'm broke af but I need to start thinking about my future, pensions and savings, jobs in my area are unstable and you don't know if you will have one from one week to the next, the only risk I see is I may have to sell my stock at a loss but right now it is a very small amount (I'm talking a couple of pennies.) that it's hardly worth worrying about. I wish I had started this when I was younger!

  2. Hey. Thanks for your tutorials. Do you look into creating longer videos, when you explain all the different jargons used in the stock market? How do I actually evaluate a stock? What indicators should I look at, what different metrics should I look at and what do they actually mean? Also how do I read the different charts that are used by investors?
    Also if you could create a diagram on the white board, showing the interdependence between the different players. Like between the fed, the banks, the different private firms, and people like you and me?
    Could you also point me at any source, where I can look at the demographics of the investors? Like the average age, race, sex; percentages. Thanks.

  3. Well, I disagree with all four examples. All the reasons explained as not betting could be applied to Horse Races or Sports Gambling. One thing interests me the most, though. Why stock market should be and instant game. Why brokers closely watch trends in real time. If the company is good, it will be not less good in a week. What would happen if every stock operation would take a buffer week, to tackle speculation?

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