Tag: How To Invest In Stocks

  • Question on expected yield, stock’s current and future prices and covariance?

    Question on expected yield, stock’s current and future prices and covariance?

    Reading Time: 2 minutes A question by Eeyore J The current price of a share of stock in the Down Under Clothing Company of Australia is A$50 and its expected yield over the year is 0.14. The market risk premium in Australia is 0.08 and the riskless interest rate 0.06. What would happen to the…

  • What are some creative ways to invest your money?

    What are some creative ways to invest your money?

    Reading Time: < 1 minute Answers Provide a response using the comment section. After review we will update the answers. “Not so creative, but conventional investments might include. Money Market accounts Certificates of Deposits Domestic or International Bonds or bond funds Domestic or International Common Stocks or stock funds Domestic or international preferred stocks or…

  • Is investing basically gambling?

    Is investing basically gambling?

    Reading Time: 4 minutes A question by :  I don’t understand how to invest safely please help?? Answers Provide a response using the comment section. After review we will update the answers. ” Neither are any different than EVERYTHING in life – you “gamble” with every second of every day that you will still be…

  • Should I invest all in ETF or stocks?

    Should I invest all in ETF or stocks?

    Reading Time: 2 minutes I’m young and far from retirement and can invest quite a bit monthly (at least 3k a month). Should I just make a portfolio that’s just the S&P 500 and just pump that every month or should i pick a few of individual stocks? I’m not trying to beat the S&P…

  • Is it legal to buy a stock and sell the share more than the value?

    Is it legal to buy a stock and sell the share more than the value?

    Reading Time: < 1 minute Answers Provide a response using the comment section. After review we will update the answers. “Yes, so long as there is someone that is willing to pay for it. .” “its ‘value’ is what someone is willing to pay for it.”

  • Why do people keep saying that we’re in a stock market bubble?

    Why do people keep saying that we’re in a stock market bubble?

    Reading Time: 2 minutes A question by Anonymous:  Why do people keep saying that we’re in a stock market bubble, just because the market happens to be rising a bit faster than normal? Why can’t they just stop fighting the fed and accept that this is the new normal, and that this time truly is…