What Mother Never Told
You about Stock Investing
By: www.ProfitableInvestingTips.com
“Save your money,” your Mother
said when you received your
allowance for mowing the lawn
and running errands. This was in
...
So, you put money in your piggy
bank and eventually took all of the
change to the bank and put it in
your Junior Saver acc...
By the time you were ready to
move out on your own you had
saved up a couple thousand
dollars. Along the way you bought
a ...
And you read about how Microsoft
was growing and its stock
prospering. While Mom was telling
you to save your money what
M...
Mother taught you all about
fundamental analysis as it relates
to balancing a checkbook, making
smart purchases, and savin...
What Mother never told you about
stock investing is that a well-
chosen stock purchase can change
your life. But, maybe Mo...
What Microsoft Was Doing
when You Were Putting Money
in the Piggy Bank
By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investin...
On March 13 of 1986 a small
computer software company went
public. You could have purchased a
share of its stock for $25.
...
To date Microsoft has split nine
times and an original share of stock
is now worth $25 x 200 = $5,000
and pays dividends o...
What Mother did not tell you about
stock investing is that if you do your
homework, pick the right stock, keep
track of wh...
And, if you are not impressed by
Microsoft, would you like to have
invested in Wal-Mart when it went
public? Its stock has...
Apple is up two hundred fold in the
last thirty years and sixty-fold in the
last nine years. What Mother never
told you ab...
Portfolio Diversification vs the
Piggy Bank
By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother-
never-told-y...
Do stocks always go up? Certainly
not! What Mother perhaps never
told you about investing is how her
grandfather lost mone...
Because stocks do not always go up
and because some stocks go up in a
good economy and other tend to
go up when times are ...
Thus many investors seek to
develop a stock portfolio that
contains well-chosen stocks from
various market sectors. Read m...
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“Save your money,” your Mother said when you received your allowance for mowing the lawn and running errands. This was in 1986. The idea was to teach you to be frugal. So, you put money in your piggy bank and eventually took all of the change to the bank and put it in your Junior Saver account. Over the years you got a paper route and other jobs and following your Mother’s advice you saved your money. By the time you were ready to move out on your own you had saved up a couple thousand dollars. Along the way you bought a PC and Windows software and entered the computer age. And you read about how Microsoft was growing and its stock prospering. While Mom was telling you to save your money what Mother never told you about stock investing is that stocks often outperform other investments over time. Mother taught you all about fundamental analysis as it relates to balancing a checkbook, making smart purchases, and saving your money. What Mother never told you about stock investing is that a well-chosen stock purchase can change your life. But, maybe Mom did not know about stocks.
What Microsoft Was Doing when You Were Putting Money in the Piggy Bank
On March 13 of 1986 a small computer software company went public. You could have purchased a share of its stock for $25. To date Microsoft has split nine times and an original share of stock is now worth $25 x 200 = $5,000 and pays dividends of just under $20 a year for each original share, considering splits. What Mother did not tell you about stock investing is that if you do your homework, pick the right stock, keep track of what is going on that you can end up years later with yearly dividends that nearly match your initial investment and a stock that is two hundred-fold more valuable than your initial investment. And, if you are not impressed by Microsoft, would you like to have invested in Wal-Mart when it went public? Its stock has multiplied a thousand fold since it went public in 1970. Apple is up two hundred fold in the last thirty years and sixty-fold in the last nine years. What Mother never told you about stock investing is that you can let smart and industrious people grow your money for you and with dividend stocks even send you quarterly checks.

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  1. 1. What Mother Never Told You about Stock Investing By: www.ProfitableInvestingTips.com
  2. 2. “Save your money,” your Mother said when you received your allowance for mowing the lawn and running errands. This was in 1986. The idea was to teach you to be frugal. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  3. 3. So, you put money in your piggy bank and eventually took all of the change to the bank and put it in your Junior Saver account. Over the years you got a paper route and other jobs and following your Mother’s advice you saved your money. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  4. 4. By the time you were ready to move out on your own you had saved up a couple thousand dollars. Along the way you bought a PC and Windows software and entered the computer age. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  5. 5. And you read about how Microsoft was growing and its stock prospering. While Mom was telling you to save your money what Mother never told you about stock investing is that stocks often outperform other investments over time. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  6. 6. Mother taught you all about fundamental analysis as it relates to balancing a checkbook, making smart purchases, and saving your money. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  7. 7. What Mother never told you about stock investing is that a well- chosen stock purchase can change your life. But, maybe Mom did not know about stocks. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  8. 8. What Microsoft Was Doing when You Were Putting Money in the Piggy Bank By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  9. 9. On March 13 of 1986 a small computer software company went public. You could have purchased a share of its stock for $25. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  10. 10. To date Microsoft has split nine times and an original share of stock is now worth $25 x 200 = $5,000 and pays dividends of just under $20 a year for each original share, considering splits. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  11. 11. What Mother did not tell you about stock investing is that if you do your homework, pick the right stock, keep track of what is going on that you can end up years later with yearly dividends that nearly match your initial investment and a stock that is two hundred-fold more valuable than your initial investment. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  12. 12. And, if you are not impressed by Microsoft, would you like to have invested in Wal-Mart when it went public? Its stock has multiplied a thousand fold since it went public in 1970. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  13. 13. Apple is up two hundred fold in the last thirty years and sixty-fold in the last nine years. What Mother never told you about stock investing is that you can let smart and industrious people grow your money for you and with dividend stocks even send you quarterly checks. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  14. 14. Portfolio Diversification vs the Piggy Bank By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  15. 15. Do stocks always go up? Certainly not! What Mother perhaps never told you about investing is how her grandfather lost money in the stock market crash that ushered in the Great Depression. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  16. 16. Because stocks do not always go up and because some stocks go up in a good economy and other tend to go up when times are bad sound investing principles dictate that you diversify stock investments. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
  17. 17. Thus many investors seek to develop a stock portfolio that contains well-chosen stocks from various market sectors. Read more about this strategy in our up- coming article, What Mother Never Told You about Portfolio Diversification. By: http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/investing/what-mother- never-told-you-about-stock-investing
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