Join Date: May 2006
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I dont mess with that stuff but make sure you do your research and study a variety of sources. First and foremost, remember that the stock market is not a sure thing. It would be good if the money you trade/invest is money that you will not need any time soon just in case. Get familiar with how the stock market works by following the market for a while and reading financial news. Familiarize yourself with DOW Jones, NASDAQ(more tech related stocks), S&P 500 and look at how they weight stocks. Look into what kind of sectors/stocks you want to buy into and then look at how their value fluctuates, companies can have their share prices changed on the daily. Read different companies balance sheets to understand who you will be dealing with. Figure out if you want to do short term, day trading, or long term. Find yourself a good stock broker that offers good rates or you can go with the online firms like ETrade and Scottrade. Good luck bruh and b careful out there.