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  • 1. Presented by: Mr. Zayas and Mr. Toda
  • 2.
    • Aloha Audience
    • This is Baldwin High School
    • Third Period – Business Education
    • And I am …
    • Mr. Z
  • 3.
    • Today we bring you a Podcast on
    • How to select Stock Investments
    • Because investing in stocks
    • can be FUN … FUN FUN FUN … LAUGH
  • 4.
    • Fortunes have been made and fortunes have been lost in the stock market.
    • How we choose our stocks is an important decision … YEAH!
  • 5.
    • Let’s talk about analyzing Potential Stocks
    • Before we invest our money on stock we should find out something about the company’s business record – no?
    • … UH-HUH
  • 6.
    • There are several sources of information out there, for example:
    • Moody’s Handbook of Common Stocks
    • Value Line
    • And Standard and Poor’s Encyclopedia of Stocks
    • All of these can help us find out about a company’s profits, net worth, amount of debt and outlook.
  • 7.
    • These publications are available in most public libraries.
    • Many websites can also provide valuable information about companies.
    • And the US Securities Exchange Commission which oversees financial markets require companies that issue stocks and bonds to file detailed reports electronically.
    • You can see these at www.edgar-online.com
  • 8.
    • Here are some questions you should ask ourselves before investing in stock.
  • 9.
    • 1. Has the company been profitable over a period of years?
  • 10.
    • 2. Have company managers made good decisions?
  • 11.
    • 3. Does the company have growth potential in coming years?
  • 12.
    • 4. Does the company have an unusually large amount of debt?
  • 13.
    • 5. How does the company compare with others in the industry?
  • 14.
    • Other information can be useful.
    • The yield of a stock is important if your goal is to make a good return on your investment.
    • Suppose Company X is paying a quarterly dividend of $0.60 per share – that is $2.40 a year.
    • If stocks sells for $40.00 then 2.40/40.00 = 6%
  • 15.
    • Many investors look at the the stock’s price-earnings ratio (P/E).
    • P/E can tell us whether the stock is priced high or low in relation to its earnings per share.
  • 16.
    • You can also use a stockbroker …
    • A STOCKBROKER!
  • 17.
    • A stockbroker is a specialist licensed in the buying and selling of stocks and bonds who works through a stock exchange.
    • They serve as a go-between stockholders and interested buyers.
    • They do this by stating the price at which stockholders are willing to sell their shares.
    • Interested buyers tell brokers how much they are willing to pay – brokers negotiate a price.
  • 18.
    • How do stockbrokers make their money?
    • Through a fee called a “commission”.
  • 19.
    • There are two types of brokers:
    • Full service brokers provide you a lot of information about the securities you are going to buy.
    • Discount brokers just place orders for you and have limited information about securities. Their commissions are lower.
  • 20.
    • Team Work
    • Assemble in your groups
    • Read Assigned Pages
    • Work as a group and come up content for a 7-10 slide PowerPoint Presentation.
    • Do not lose the content – you will need it.
  • 21.
    • Team Assignments – TEAM1
    • a b c d e f g H I
    • Brittain Komoda Manager
    • Kalena Duarte Time Keeper
    • Brooke Higa Writer
    • Poai Keahi Spokesperson
    • TYPES OF SECURITIES, pg 479
  • 22.
    • Team Assignments – TEAM2
    • j.n.t.s.u
    • Jade Lauer Manager
    • Kelsey Nakao Time Keeper
    • Sheila Altura Spokesperson
    • Clarissa Logsdon Spokesperson
    • Amanda Parent Writer
    • INVESTING IN CORPORATE BONDS, pg 480-481
  • 23.
    • Team Assignments – TEAM3
    • Kaulana Kaili Manager/Leader
    • Tavita Malafu Spokesperson
    • Sean Sablas Time Keeper
    • James Alu Note taker/writer
    • TYPES OF GOVERNMENT BONDS, pg 481-483
  • 24.
    • Team Assignments – TEAM4
    • Celina Harada Manager/Leader
    • Justice Barut Spokesperson
    • Mandielynn Richardson Time Keeper
    • Janeen Tamura Note taker/writer
    • INVESTING IN STOCKS, pg 483-484
  • 25.
    • Team Assignments – TEAM5
    • Chelsea Manager/Leader
    • Leroy Spokesperson
    • Timmy Spokesperson
    • Kahaku Time Keeper
    • Natasha Note taker/writer
    • SELECTING STOCK INVESTMENTS, pg 484-487
  • 26.
    • Team Assignments – TEAM6
    • KMEV
    • Kaleo Manager/Leader
    • Victor Spokesperson
    • Michael Time Keeper
    • Evin Note taker/writer
    • INVESTING WITH OTHERS, pg 487-489
  • 27.
    • Now get to work!