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Since corporations are people would buying and selling them be considered slave trading ?5Trac2012-10-12 22:20:02
Since companies are buying and selling people is considered the slave trade?
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? ? ? ?
Who is Stupid in Stock Market Trading? Why People Sell, When I am buying? Why People Buy? When I am selling?0tana2012-09-21 08:45:02
in the stock market , MedlinePlus I often wonder this, MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Why do people sell when I'm buying? Why people buy ? When I'm selling ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Who is the fool here ? Me or others ?
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?
Why do people love free trade when it allows American corporations to exploit people for their resources?0Tony KC2012-10-01 11:27:03
America moves southward global indigenious pay people 10 cents an hour ( if you are lucky ) in horrible working conditions, working 18 days hr , or environmental standards . But Americans love their products cheap and do not care about the innocent children in poverty , or simply do not know. NAFTA and CAFTA were bad . United States and other industrialized reosurces natural extract from the global south leaving them in poverty, while the United States remains super rich . 1/5 people living in them for a dollar a day and half live on less than $ 2 a day . This is another example of right wing ignorance ignorant f .
What's they key to trading, buying, and selling stock?2jam ie2012-11-05 09:36:02
Just do not understand . I remember watching Trading Places with Eddie Murphy and Dan Akroyd , and it seemed that the idea was to buy low sell high and I was just guessing and take a chance . I want to know exactly what the strategy is .
Is same day trading profitable- Buying low, selling high?0marymac2012-10-11 06:02:54
I recently started to trade stocks as a way to gain experience in the securities markets . I have about 20K play money ( $ $ I can experiment with , without risking 401K savings and investments ) and I wonder if it's a good idea to do day trading , and buy when the market is low and sell when the market is high. I have a self-directed brokerage account that charges 11.95 a trade for up to 1,000 shares , $ 0.01 per share after - I will be getting less than 1K shares anyway - I've been seeing some stocks that fluctuate around 4% ( day ) , so on a good day , if I catch large cap stocks , with a large volume , should be able to make a profit of 3% (if the trade at the right time ) . That will win me a good $ 450 per day ( based on 15K with 3 % gain ) . Does this work ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thanks in advance
What is considered illegal stock selling?0lobot2012-09-16 19:36:05
I've heard some people say about what is called " the sale of illegal actions " and I'm not talking about trading on nonpublic info ( insider ) MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I think it's something like that does not really have the money for action , and that is buying and selling for a huge profit on the basis of what you think will happen ( as by spreading false information about a company to the public , etc. ) and if things do not work out as you would like , you will go bankrupt and has no money to pay for the loss of stock .. but if you do go your way , you will get very rich MedlinePlus . MedlinePlus im wondering how they actually work and why / how is it illegal?
What happens and is the risk in trading (buying and selling) CALL OPTIONS?0drwls2012-09-14 00:11:04
I've been reading around and I'ts very confusing . Some people say that once you become a seller of an option ( option) to become a writer and the risk that the writer is the buyer can exercise the option ( can be unlimited ) . I say this because if I bought a call option is out of money , going well above the exercise price and then sell it for a hefty profit , but there is time remaining on the contract , what if someone holds the contract i sold , do I have to provide the shares ? Ex 's October and the price is 48, bought November 50 calls , a few weeks before maturity , sell the call option as the price is 56 , but near expiry stock price goes even higher, 60 +. What if I have no money to buy the shares if exercised ? Can this happen or not ?
How do Account Trading,Buying and selling websites work?0Lucy Brown2012-08-24 06:56:03
I want to be sure to sell one of my Call Of Duty 4 all accounts Warlock . I do not want to be ripped off How I can do this ? Do you recommend somewhere?
I know this ques is a little unusual but my wife and i are trading roll and being the slave and slave owner?0Math genius! Urgent!2012-10-03 20:17:16
is my turn to be the owner of the slave and the slave is my wife wants to punish her , how I can do ?
How should I justify buying/selling price points when trading stocks?1kitOy2012-10-02 21:40:02

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