So I got a small "bonus" cheque today of roughly 1000$, nothing major but while deciding on which electronic I was going to blow this cheque on I thought to myself that I should try investing. Now I know it's not alot to start with, but its some disposable income that I can afford to lose if I do lose it.
I was just wondering where I should start. I made a thread while back but nothing really ever came of it (things come up, you need money) that's how it goes.
Anyway, any pointers would be great, like which site to use takes the least fees per trade, upcoming things I need to watch for, basically trading 101. I was actually going to pickup a book on e-trading tonight hopefully.
Anyways, thanks for the heads up.
There's always money in the bannana stand.
Not sure now is the best time, missed the run up. Maybe wait until shit hits the fan, then jump in.
Give your money to me and for small middle man fee ill get it invested for you.
Ill take my Bullets over your Prayers any day.
dont waste you $$ with the stock market. I would buy some silver/gold
I started investing through my company (UPS) a couple years back. I have seen great returns on it so far. I really think you should look for something solid, now is not the time to take risks. Wait until the market drops some more, then buy into the big corporations for cheap. When the market turns around, the bigger company's stocks will sky rocket.
Although, UPS stock has been rising steadily for years. It hit it's low a few years back down around 36$, since then, it has doubled.
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I want to start investing soon. I tried looking for a guide for newbies on this site and I didnt really see anything. What are the best sites to trade with? What is the minimum that you would start with? What are the most important things to consider?
I tried looking for a thread that covered these things but didnt see one.
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