New investors may find the stock market to be confusing, with lots of financial jargon making things more complicated. However, the market should not be inaccessible for the average Joe. Here is a glossary of some basic terms used in the stock market to help new investors enter with confidence.
The global pandemic has unleashed untold devastation and demise in its wake. Yet there are businesses that have flourished tremendously because of it. This article examines how the unfolding crisis has fueled their meteoric rise.
The 2021 Gamestop Short Squeeze initiated by Reddit followers on the WallStBets forum explained, along with ideas about long term implications.
If you want to succeed and earn money in financial you need to put in a lot of studying and time. TD Ameritrade offers an educational area within their website that can help you make these connections. This article is about the third of six quizzes there.
When I was a young man, I received some sage advice from my dad. I eventually got around to following his advice, and I fine-tuned it with counsel from the Oracle of Omaha himself, Warren Buffett.
With prices depressed because of Covid-19, now may be one of the best times to invest in real estate. Here is how to buy real estate if you only have a small amount to invest.
This article will tell you everything you need to know about the IPO of Nepal Infrastructure Bank Limited.
Though current platinum demand is in decline, the value of platinum may increase given newer industry demand. The World Bank forecasts an increase in platinum price of 64%, rising to $1300 by 2030. At times platinum has been worth more than gold.
Investing can be much easier than it sounds, and you don't need to be rich to invest. Young people are encouraged to start investing as soon as they receive their first income. Here are five reasons why starting young is so important.
A personal anecdote outlining my first experience investing in the stock market. The story of one seemingly brilliant idea gone wrong.
Why is the stock market going up during bad economic times? Great question, and maybe not as insane as it might seem at first glance.
Stocks can make big jumps or take big tumbles after earnings are announced. Should you buy before or after earnings to maximize your profit, or does it not make a difference either way? I did the research to find out.
Do you want to invest in the stock market but do not know where to start? In this article, you will find practical and easy-to-implement tips to help you to invest well.
Update on how Mr. Tod's Pie Factory has done since airing on the show "Shark Tank."
Real estate investment is the most solid way to build wealth. There will always be a demand and its value is sure to appreciate regardless of fluctuations in the market. But which kind is the best to invest in?
The cost of purchasing a buy-to-let property may be far more than it appears at first sight. Initially, you will look at the purchase price, closing costs and fees, mortgage payments, and maintenance costs of a property. However, there are a few more things to consider.
Note investing, especially commercial note investing, has risks as well as rewards. Hotel note buyers typically buy both the note and hotel property when purchasing a note. This article provides tips on what to look for when performing due diligence on a hotel note.
For most people, unless you actively keep track of what is going on in the investment world, dipping your toe in can seem dangerous. So what can someone do if they feel like they want to start investing? Well, there are a few accessible routes to take to get you going!
When selecting a 401K or IRA, if you are asking a financial advisor which one, you are asking the wrong question.
After TSLA's meteoric rise from $189 in June 2019 to $967 in February 2020, their management did the inevitable. A stock dilution. In this article I will summarise why companies do common stock offerings, and what that means for the stock price.
In this article, I point out some reasons why some investors may choose to invest in individual stocks instead of in exchange traded funds, index funds, or mutual funds.
You may be tempted to rush out into the market and purchase stock in 10, 15 or even 20 different companies—do not! This is called 'over diversification' and can ruin your portfolio!
Investment expert Paul Mampilly recently authored "Profits Unlimited" which shows how Main Street Americans can successfully build wealth. He also runs an investment newsletter based on the same principles. Read my review of his book, my actual experience, and my opinion after following his ideas.
Getting started with trading can be confusing. There are many "gurus" that claim to have a magic formula. I will not do this. Instead, I will give you a brief overview of the financial landscape so you can make a more informed decision as to what assets and strategies to use.
Forget the gimmicks and late-night "get rich quick" infomercials! My tutorial will give you the REAL scoop on real estate investing, both residential and commercial, and equip you with everything you need to know to dive into this sector with confidence.
If you haven’t invested in stocks, you’re missing out on the opportunity to earn a significant passive income. Many online firms now offer free trading, so you can invest even $10 without paying trade fees or commissions. Here are some key factors to be aware of when investing in stocks.
Everything you need to know to start investing in mutual funds! This tutorial is designed for laymen with no background in finance, and covers different types of funds, how to select the winners from the losers, asset allocation, retirement savings and more!
If you are a fan of reading reviews like this author, you will agree when we say that not all broker reviews are truthful. That’s also true for other kinds of reviews. Movie, book, and product reviews are sometimes worse than the item they are reviewing.
For those who are confused or don't have a firm understanding of a question, this guide helps explain Ameritrade's options trading quiz number two. Good luck and have fun!
The news this week has been filled with headlines warning about potential financial doom, and it’s all centered around three words: “Inverted Yield Curve”. But what does it actually mean? There’s a lot to unpack about why it’s important.