I’m looking to get a beginners stock market book to teach me how to buy and sell stocks what should I get.
I would prefer a book that teaches me how use free stock management software. Also I’m worried about the quality of the book not how cheap it is.
here’s a list of books that would be very helpful to youTO BE READ FIRST – Investing for Dummies by Eric Tyson24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success by William O’NeilBeating the Street by Peter LynchFrom Riches to Rags, by I.C. FreeleyHow to Make Money in Stocks” by William O’NeilOne Up on Wall Street by Peter LynchThe Intelligent Investor, by Benjamin GrahamThe Richest Man In Babylon by ClausonThe Warren Buffett Way by Robert HagstromWhat Works on Wall Street by James O’ShaunesseyYour Money and Your Brain by Jason ZweigGood luck
Is buying and selling stocks hard.
Im interested in buying and selling stocks is it a hard thing to do? Thank You!!
Buying and selling is easy–making money is much more difficult.If you’re looking to learn then an introductory book like _Stock Markets for Dummies_ is a good place to start. This will give you a basic explanation of most things there are to know about the mechanics of stock investing including useful websites to surf.Investors Business Daily (IBD) is a solid daily resource (and its complement, www.investors.com ). It’s a better newspaper than the Wall Street Journal and it is built around a particular approach to trading. You could read _How to Make Money in Stocks_ by William O’Neil too–he’s the founder of IBD.Search your local library for other books on stock investing. Try to absorb as much knowledge and understanding as you can.After you have extensively researched and gained a solid foundation/education then look to open a brokerage account and paper trade–this is trading with play money before you put real capital at risk. You should do extensively before you eventually place your first trade live. Your early live trades should be with a very small position size. Only increase position size when you have done well to limit losses when the market has turned against you.
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Why is it legal to buy and sell used books.
For instance: I buy a book at regular price, and then decide to sell it back to a store (for 1/4 of the overal price) that buys and sells used books. The store then turns around and sells the book for 1/2 of the original price to someone else.How is it legal that that store owner gets to make money off…
Copyright law says that the contents of the book – the ideas – are the property of the author (or copyright holder). The physical BOOK is the property of the person who purchases it. Once you own the physical book you can do anything you want with that book, including resell it. You cannot make copies of it in any format – digital, photocopies, audio, etc. Only the book belongs to you, not the contents.
I am looking for information on how to buy and sell real estare with little or no money down..
I want to learn how to sell real estate and buy with little money down or with no money down . I would like any or information or if there are any books that I could consult or learn from. I would love to know this because I would like to get in the business.
The “get rich quick” idea of owning dozens of properties and sitting back to enjoy the rent payments is a SCAM!You can carefully buy a property for an investment, but you need to have good credit AND have equity somewhere.If it were me, I’d go to a bookstore or library and read up on real estate and investing. You want to understand the market. Yuo need to know what a good price is for a house. You need to know what kind of financing to get and what kind to avoid (i.e. interest only loans). You need a financial plan — how will you pay the mortgage payments if your renters default & you can’t evict? Or if it sits empty awhile?Also a good business or real estate course would help you alot. You can get business classes at your local community college. Real estate classes are offered at some realtors’ offices.Best of luck to you!
Im 18 and want to learn how to buy and sell stocks Help Me Please.
I’ve done alot of studing and i know a bit ,but i dont knowhow to go about finding a reliable broker or just going to a websiteplease help me im clueless.
Hi HollyWell its a good job you found me then.I have been trading stocks for years and been on many training courses and read dozens of books. please go to the links below, these are the best that I have found for beginners that will get you up to speed fast. The market is too risky for Long term buy and hold right now so I would do day trading, watch the market live, buy & sell by the minute. You only need $2000 in your account to start, this will buy you 2 contracts to trade worth $140,000, some brokers allow 4 contracts thats $280,000 you make $50 each penny the index moves up or down, it moves 20-30 pennys every day sometimes more. you only need to win 2 pennys to earn $200 a day using 2 contracts.Firstly do not trade stocks, trade index’s especially the eminis that are geared to small investors and learners, the links below will explain why in detail, basically, less risk, more control, less manipulation by pension funds and HUGE leverage of 70X your money, minimum account is only $2000 and trades are $500 to control $70,000 for 1 contract of an index.No daytrading account restrictions or minimums. Only $2.50 each way on each trade. Its not as hard as you think, you could pick it up after 3 months practicing a demo account.www.tradersinternational.com for live day trading training.www.elitetrader.com for forums on investingwww.ampfutures.com for brokerwww.ninjatrader.com for best platform for day trading, its also free and they let you trade live using their account for practice.There are a lot of free training out there from firms trying to sell you more training,http://www.tradethespikes.comwww.teachmetotrade.comwww.wizetrade.comwww.esignal.comwww.rockwelltading.comwww.1stdaytrading.comwww.profitsrun.comwww.trendtrader.comGood luck. be confident, listen, learn, paper trade first till you are good, then make a $million
How can I make money off of buying and selling used books.
I have a huge book collection and want to start making some money with this. I travel down south a lot where there are some really cheap used book stores and coming back up north I feel that I could sell them for more. Any advice on this in general?
Your first step would be researching the books you already have to see what they are selling for (on eBay, Amazon) Then depending on your research, you could buy more.There is another site I have sold some things on callediOffer.com. It is free to list and you only pay a small fee when your item sells.Another great program to use if you are already an eBay seller is Hammertap . I use this to research what I am going to sell and see if it is worth it to put it on, sell at a garage sell or donate to charity. It has saved me a tremendous amount of time and money. You can get a free trial for 10 days.It also depends on what kind of books you have. There are book collectors who specialize in antiques and first edition books. Also, out of print children’s books are hot sellers. You just need to find your audience.Good luck to you.
Buy & Sell Book Store ..
I have ALOT of books that I just don’t need anymore. My books range anywhere between SAT books to children books. I get most of my books from Garage sales and most of them are in good condition .. my question is can I sell these books to a buy and sell book store?? About how much (on average) can I get for a…
You can sell just about anything to a “buy & sell” bookstore. The store will make you a cash offer based on how popular the books are, and how many they currently have/need. The bigger the bookstore the more likely they will be interested in buying all sorts of books (including SAT books or other reference-type materials). I am not sure where you’re located, but Half Price Books” (www.halfpricebooks.com) has stores scattered across different states, and I’ve personally sold my old books to “Half Price Books” and they were willing to buy just about everything (they are a big chain retailer, so they have a need for almost every kind of book). Of course you can also check local pawn shops and other second-hand stores.I’d recommend you get a quote from a bookseller and then sleep on it before you sell off your old books. Oftentimes you’ll find that the buy/sell bookstores pay you only a small fraction of what the book is worth (because they obviously need to make a profit on it!). In response to your question, I’d guess that on average you’re only getting pennies on the dollar. Probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 10% of what the store will sell it back for (but that percentage varies from store to store). Depending on how low the bookstore’s offer is, then you can compare that to prices online. www.Half.com is a good site because it is run by e-bay (and therefore is a secure site that people trust) and it does not require a “listing fee,” you can post items for sale and just let them sit there until they sell, and there are no fees until your item has sold (then you pay Half.com a fraction of the final sale price). This option is a good way to sell off your books if the stores in your area keep giving you low offers. BUT, it does take a lot more effort to create the online listings, sometimes it is just easier to settle for the offer that the buy/sell store makes.Good luck!
How to promote and sell books online.
Hi everybody, I’m helping to promote and sell the book my grandfather wrote. I have thought about e-bay, but I suppose there could be a better way. Are there any suggestions? Thank you. 🙂
If your grandfather sold to book to a legit publishing house, then he can ask his editor about promotion.Ebay is useless. I’ve tried to sell some of my books there, but the profits are eaten up by their fees.If he took his book to PublishAmerica, his book is going to be too high priced for anyone to want to buy it. They have no distribution and the stigma of being the worst scam operation in publishing. (Sorry!) Just Google their name + “scam” to read the horror stories.If he is self-published–which is better than PA!–he can have a website with the book’s opening chapters posted, with links to places where people can buy the book.The problem with self-pubs is they also have no distribution and won’t be in bookstores, so he can’t do signings.I REALLY hope he’s not with PA. They wave the flag, praise Jesus, and ever week urge writers to buy overpriced copies of their own books. (Which tend to fall apart.) They have a shameless policy of preying on older people and those who don’t know how publishing really works. Their website is highly misleading to the inexperienced.This writer’s board will have better promotional ideas you can check out:http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/It’s free and run by pros.Good luck!
What are some tips on how to buy and sell stocks.
This is my first time trying to do this and im interested if anyone has any good tips on how to buy and sell.
1) Do your research – there is a lot that you can dig into on this and anything you do is a good thing here. Reading financial newspapers, investing tip websites, talk to people you know that have invested, research companies etc… Everyone’s strategy will vary.2) Visit sites like finance.google.com so that you can research both companies and stocks3) Look for companies you know and like – chances are you aren’t alone, and you will already have an idea as to what they sell, and to whom4) Read companies financial statements (if you are comfortable with doing so) – this way you can see if they are making money and stand to make money going forward.5) Find a local brokerage – this will enable you to book trades – they likely will have brokers who will be more than happy to talk to you and get you going. If you want to test the waters though, there are a number of sites online where you can book “test” trades and see how you fair.When investing, try to get a decent amount of cash going and diversify (pick more than 1 or 2 stocks). Your level of diversification will depend on your risk tolerance and the amount you have to invest. When diversifying, ideally you want to have a blend of different industries and different types of companies, this way you aren’t hit super hard if an industry or company drops suddenly.