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Stock and why should you own it
Stock and why should you own it
Stock and why should you own it
Stock and why should you own it
Stock and why should you own it
Stock and why should you own it
Stock and why should you own it
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  • 1. Stock And Why Should You Own It? http://www.EasyStockTradingSecrets.com
  • 2. To own stocks in a business is to own an interest in that business. Essentially, stock is a representation of ownership in a business. Granted it generally takes a ton of stock, quite literally, in order to have any significant ownership in any given business but ownership is what represents. It means that you have a valid interest in the company and a legitimate claim to a portion of the company holdings or profits. Owning a share of stock makes you own a part of the business. Ever think of owning a Harley? How about owning a share of their stock? It is probably cheaper now. With the gasoline prices hitting the roof lately might make you enough extra money to buy your own Harley to ride as well as a taste of ownership in the company. http://www.EasyStockTradingSecrets.com
  • 3. Any company which is openly traded on the various stock exchanges can be purchased (at least partially) through stocks. Some cost more per share than others and some are much more stable than others. It is not really a good idea from the business point of view to purchase stocks simply because you like a company or it products. I would like to think that there is something good about the company and its financial future if they are putting out products that you believe in. http://www.EasyStockTradingSecrets.com
  • 4. Any company which is openly traded on the various stock exchanges can be purchased (at least partially) through stocks. Some cost more per share than others and some are much more stable than others. It is not really a good idea from the business point of view to purchase stocks simply because you like a company or it products. I would like to think that there is something good about the company and its financial future if they are putting out products that you believe in. http://www.EasyStockTradingSecrets.com
  • 5. To buy stocks for the purpose of profits you need to see the big picture though and not simply focus on whether you like the company or their products. This is the financial decision that can bring in you big money, some money, or cost you money in the end. If you earn big returns, it is money well spent; but if you lose money then lets hope that you paid for a lesson at a very least. Below are the points you need to look into when selecting stocks. http://www.EasyStockTradingSecrets.com
  • 6. 1) Company history. There are a lot can be learned from a company history. Does it treat it employees well? Has it experienced ups and downs along the way and came out smiling? Has it had its shares of the upheavals and still managed to come out ahead? You will want to invest in a company that has a history of overcoming adversity when possible. http://www.EasyStockTradingSecrets.com
  • 7. 2) Current performance. If you do not want to linger in the past, however, the present can also tell you a lot about the company. Owners and founders die only to be replaced by boards who have profit in mind but do very little to instill the same loyalty from buyers that previous owners managed to do. You will want to avoid these companies as they could be on their way to a few turbulent times ahead. http://www.EasyStockTradingSecrets.com
  • 8. There are many good reasons to purchase a great stock but the most important would be a company that produces a product you believe. And also treats its staff well and provides an excellent working environment for all. A company that treats its employees well is a good indication the company is well run. http://www.EasyStockTradingSecrets.com
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