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How should I justify buying/selling price points when trading stocks?1kitOy2012-10-02 21:40:02
Does anyone know a good website for buying/selling and trading stocks? Is it reliable?3Lamber2012-10-07 01:29:02
i am young and am only looking to invest around $50-100
How much do brokerage firms usually charge when trading or buying and selling stocks?0sweru2012-09-28 14:55:01
How much brokerage firms typically charge when trading or buying and selling stocks ?
What Volume minimum is considered DANGEROUS when trading or in general buying or selling stocks.?2Michelle W.2012-08-22 07:16:02
The smaller the volume , the easier it is to manipulate a stock NO? ? ? ?
Selling and buying stocks?0Mina2012-11-06 06:42:46
This lady told me this about selling and buying stocks in the same day--she said: If you have less than $25,000 then you can only buy/sell (the same stock) 3 times in a 5 day period. So during M-F let's say you buy/sell AAPL on Tuesday (day 1)....Buy/sell X on Thursday (day 1)....Buy sell CAT on the following Monday (day 1)....You have reached the 3 day trades in a 5 day period limit. can any one put that in better words or help me to understand what she is meaning?
Some tips about buying/selling stocks?2Gee2012-09-07 11:08:03
I've never changed before. I'm thinking of opening an account with Charles Schwab and do some stock trading . This is what I am confused about . That's how I thought it worked. A hypothetical situation. You buy 20 shares of a company for $ 10/share of example.10 * 20 = 200 . The next day , the price rises by 20%. 200 * 1.2 = 240 ? right. Now if we pay say $ 18 it cost to buy and sell. 40 to 18 , make $ 22 . Is there something I misunderstood about the actions due to the offices of my friend for a year, and when the stock price rose 25 % to a company , I told him to sell and buy back later. He says that does not work that way. Who is right ? If he or I?
Does buying and selling stocks every day really work?4ditch 2012-10-16 16:18:03
It seems that every day the stock market goes up or down almost 5 %. Although long-term trends that may be happening right now, if someone bought shares every day the market dropped significantly .. and sold whenever the market went up ( the next day) .. or cut your losses if you hold down ... this really works ? Bearing in mind that when it falls usually comes back up ? Is there a trick here ? Or is that some people make a fortune day trading these volatile markets right now?
When buying/selling stocks what constitutes a trade?0kamara2012-09-10 08:32:03
If you buy / sell over 1 free (eg UPS / view any No. of shares ) at the same time is considered an industry or trade for a stock ?
I want to get involved with buying and selling some cheap stocks for fun. I have some questions about it .,?0Moo Haha 2012-09-16 00:37:04
I have some money I want to play with a little . I would like to get involved with the purchase and sale of some cheap stocks in the stock market , just for fun . I'm not worried about losing any money either , just want to mess around with it a bit and see what happens . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus What are some online programs that you can use to do this ? I have a paypal account with some money in it to fund this MedlinePlus . MedlinePlus Does anyone know a program that could easily finding stocks , buy them and sell them when I wanted . ( with free trade rates or very cheap ) . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I do not need anything fancy like eTrade providing resources to research , I just need a way to buy and sell shares actually preferably with a cheap commercial quota or not . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus thanks ^ _ ^ - ^ _ ^
Is it possible to make a living buying and selling stocks and shares?2jarrell2012-09-25 00:06:02
I was told about forex and day trading but I think it might be a scam.
Buying few shares( 25 or less) when everyone is selling or when the price is down .25%-2%?0tammy lo2012-10-25 14:00:55
Can ( in reality) i buy 25 shares of any security ( such as GMR Infrastructure paints , berger , Yes bank , or other security normally traded in large volumes ) when 0.5 % to 2 % by down ? .. for example. GMR Infrastructure has been reduced from 143 148 , you can bid for 25 or 35 @ 143 shares? , Does the broker that I should bid for more shares ? ? ? Has anyone done this before? . I'm assuming everyone is selling at this time or at least most . In fact , I want to invest in small amounts and can not afford to buy 250 or 500 shares at a time, but the benefits outweigh assuming the stock price goes up.Mutual funds or ETF would be a better choice , but I I want to know if it is possible to trade volumes inlow .
Is selling a stock then buying the same stock back at a lower price considered day trading?0Janeille2012-07-24 07:49:02
I understand that buying stock then selling it for a higher price in the same day is considered a day trade. What about selling a stock bought on a previous day for a profit, then buying the same stock back at a lower price. Would that be considered day trading or not?

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