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+Eleanor McDonald Dedicate all your free time to learning the fundementals of the stock market and it's primary sectors. Pick a sector(s) that is anticipated to have potential for significant growth around the time you feel you are ready to invest. Research in detail and study your butt off for as long as possible. Your decisions should directly reflect both the total amount you have to invest, as well as (and even more importantly), the timeframe in which you would like to see a return. Short term guarantees are very hard to come by, but if you stay committed and maintain realistic expectations, I see no reason why you couldn't work some magic in a few years time : )
marijuana is an amazing investment opportunity If you think about it you have something that can be cheaper than alcohol that is just becoming legal in many places if you pick the right company you’ll make lots of money for sure
Excellent video! I enjoyed it immensely! I have a somewhat related question. If a person who has a financial based channel (such as yourself) Could you write off a big stock purchase as a itemized deduction or business expense if you used it as a way to make content for youtube if you tracked the progress (or losses) that stock(s) had?
I was worried when I started this video about what type of mistakes that you would point out that most newcomers make, and I was pleasantly surprised that I have actually been doing the right thing for the most part.
U have one of the best-educating channels on youtube, thank you for taking so much pain in educating the other people. A lot of value comes in one's life after following your channel. The content was really amazing. Thank you again.
I've been day trading for about 7 years now and still no further forward so I totally agree long term trading has got to be the best. I can read a chart quite well now after thousands of hours screen time and can see how they manipulate the retail traders they don't give you a chance to make money as soon as you go into profit the next candle will almost certainly take them profits back its so annoying. I'm loving your videos Ryan you definitely know what your talking about
It’s a choppier, more cautious, environment. That’s not a bad thing, however. After a basically uninterrupted post-election rally, several stocks have seen pullbacks that provide more attractive entry points. Others simply haven’t received their due credit from the market.
It’s a different market than it was at the beginning of 2018. Volatility has returned, even if it remains modest relative to historical levels. Previously hot stocks to buy, like Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), are down 20% since Nov. 1, 2018.
Thank you so much for this video! I got myself in a rut from going paycheck to paycheck right after high school. Getting everything back on track and had no idea of how to start on this. I went to a Dean Graziosi conference and felt unsure about paying $500 for their 3 day course, it may be worthwhile, but this is incredible to me, a guide on YouTube by someone self taught and knows what they are doing. My buddies and I are looking into getting into stocks and this helped clear up so much. Keep up the awesome content! Glad this channel exists
thank you so much man. i am 22 and i am trying to set up my future. i really appreciate the free information and advice. i will likely be using your webull link as well
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@ryan scribner - thanks again for this video sir! This was a very clear and concise video. Amazing research!
by the way- as of right now im trying to learn about the difference between an ETF Vs an Index fund. Do you have any videos about this difference yet? I was looking on youtube about this and it doesn’t look like there are that many in depth comparisons. Just my two cents in case you didn’t have one yet. thanks!
I enjoyed the video but as I am completely new to this world I still miss those basic steps, for example, how do you actually make money out of shares? I mean, as far as I've acknowledged you make money by 1. Buying low and selling high and 2. Just by having shares from a certain company, it means that you will receive money from time to time? Am I correct? What if the share price goes down? Do you still get money just by having it? Thanks a lot!
Warren Buffett is a very old conservative and his inputs are obsolete. Crypto currencies and Cannabis producers are not hard to understand, not at all. What you’re saying is that Buffett is right all the time and if he’s not investing in it you shouldn’t either. You’re so wrong with that statement. That guy doesn’t understand Microsoft, he doesn’t understand Apple or Amazon. He doesn’t understand Aurora Cannabis. But he sure praises Coca Cola and Wells Fargo...
Bitcoin has no value, doesn’t make anything its all speculate, like hot potato someone is going to make money and someone it’s going to be left with a no value digital coin. On the other hand Coca Cola makes a product that people actually buy and enjoy. So that’s why buffet is +$80,000,000,000 wealthy.
Hey, thanks very much for this video. I have mixed feelings because I'm disappointed in learning about the long game, and because I'm 40, I guess it's too late for me. So you may have saved me a lot of pain and frustration. I've been reading the wall street journal, and that is my introduction to the stock market, and from there I've discovered you.
I guess you'd tell me it's too late for me, right?
40 is the new 20 haha! You still have plenty of time - You may just want to take on a more conservative approach compared t o someone who began earlier, no big deal! Look into index funds, high quality dividend paying stocks, high quality REIT's and money market funds. Hope this helped!
I was motivated to start learning i even bought a couple of books, finished 3 of them, charting, stocks introduction, stocks for dummies etc, then i opened an account on ameritrade , made a deposit of $5k, started looking for what i think are good stocks .stocks like ONEOK Planet 13 ACB and CLOUDERA caught my attention because of the volume, projection revenue , recent acquisitions etc but then i was like what am i doing? i started questioning myself, how tf i am going to make any profit and compete against millionaires and pros that even own a Bloomberg terminal or whole firms that will be ahead of me all the time, like any good information i may find, some one will find it first, i dont know.. i was really motivated but then... i dont know what to do.
O Santiago you don’t have to compete with millionaires, as a matter of fact you’re not really competing at all, pick stocks or etfs that diversify your account and plan for the long term. A lot of millionaires chase short term quick profits.
Ok ryan so I don't want to sound completely stupid but... I understand how compound interests works but how will I be getting interest in the first place? Is this interest the difference between my purchase price and my gain when I sell? I am a little confused on how I am getting intrest in the first place.. can you explain how I am getting this intrest from the stock and how this is then becoming compound interest? If I keep parking my money in a index fund am I gaining compound interest ? If my question isn't a giveaway....complete stock noob here :p
Am I misinterpreting the “buy low, sell high” idea then if you cannot perceive the market like an elevator? At some point shouldn’t you be deciding when the best time to buy into shares? You should be looking at a low point or plateau in the prices of shares right? My main premise and question is: is there an ideal time you should continue funding your portfolio or should you not care and just fund your account on a consistent monthly basis? *Note*. I currently only have my money in vanguard index funds but I am trying to learn about owning shares in individual stocks in addition to my index fund portfolio.
Well, if you want to succeed on the stock markets, you need to invest on companies that:
- Are profitable
- Are healthy financially (balance sheet)
- Are growing their sales and profits
- Have a positive market sentiments (Professional Analysts)
- Are not too expensive
So there are no quick and easy way to succeed. You need to understand financial statements, and you need to search for good stocks.
That is what we do at StockInvesting360
Thanks so much for the video. I am 25 years old, I start to join the stock market about 1 week ago to prepare for retirement :) I am still unsure how many % should I put into each category, this video gave me some helpful info.
That was a really great video, thank you for putting all of that together. I know the general It YouTube trend is to keep videos 10min or less or people will stop watching, but i appreciate longer in depth videos. I usually listen while i work and it can be a headache to constantly be changing videos. Plus most short videos are to the point, but not always very thorough.
Best informatitive video I've found on YouTube, I appreciate your sincerity when giving the facts. I've subscribed and will be using your links I hope you receive your credit. Have a great day and thank you.
Do you like your heirs? Invest in them. Set up an account with money that they can't open until a certain age, if you have the cash invest in real estate and give it to them with the hope that they'll collect the rent instead of selling it, buy vending machines (not the big ones, though those will likely make more, I'm talking about the candy ones you put quarters in) and collect the profit, if you know of a place where a lot of cinemas or other entertainment services are being built you might consider buying a plot and building a parking lot (it's actually a lot cheaper than you likely think). My great aunt's family made a strip club and porn store many years ago and has made a lot more than has been put in, so that could be an option.
One thing that you should mention is that if you're only going to hold five stocks then you need to expect serious amounts of volatility compared to someone who's holding more stocks. I am personally holding 15 individual stocks right now and am not having any issues keeping up with earnings or any other updates, just mark the calendar for earnings calls and be sure to look at it. There is nothing wrong with having 50 stocks as long as you buy them cheap and have a thesis on why you think they'll go up.
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