Stock Market

  • How Is The Price of a Stock Determined

    The bid and ask not only set a stock's price, they also work to make it change. Understanding how bid and ask work can improve your trading profits.
    By Brian Nelson March 23, 2011 

  • How Do You Tell How Many Shares of Stock Does a Small Cap Company Have?

    It is not difficult to determine the number shares of stock outstanding for a small cap company. Here you will learn two ways to find the number.
    By Tim Plaehn March 18, 2011 

  • How to Avoid Forex Scams

    There are a few basic precautions that you can take before you enter the Forex market to see that you are not taken in by Forex scams.
    By KellenKautzman March 9, 2011 

  • What Is the Average Monthly Cost to Maintain a Brokerage Account?

    Ever wonder what is the average cost to maintain a brokerage account? Well it really depends on the kind of brokerage account you have. Nowadays there are so many to choose from to fit whatever kind of investor you are. Learn more here.
    By Faith Oh February 25, 2011 

  • Tips on How to Figure a Stock Stop Loss

    A valuable technique to protect account values in stock market investing or trading is the use of stop loss orders. Read on to learn how to figure stop loss for stocks.
    By Tim Plaehn February 24, 2011 

  • How Are Stocks Bought and Sold on The Stock Market?

    Have you ever wondered, how are stocks bought and sold? The process involves investors submitting orders and then having those orders processed through exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). This article explains the stock trading...
    By Winston Smith February 22, 2011 

  • How Does The Economy Affect The Stock Market - and Why

    The issuance of shares is a great way for companies to boost capital. Companies then use this additional finance for expansion and large scale expenditure projects. In this article we will examine how does the stock market affect the economy and why.
    By Zaid Aysen February 22, 2011 

  • How Does the Dow Jones Index Work and Who Decides What's in It?

    How does the Dow Jones work? The Dow Jones Industrial Average is the most widely followed U.S. stock market index. The index tracks the value changes of some of America's largest companies.
    By Tim Plaehn February 20, 2011 

  • A Guide to Different Types of Investment Portfolios

    A quick guide answering the question of "what is an investment portfolio?" This guide will also cover some common types of investment portfolios new individual investors may want to consider.
    By ShawnTe January 23, 2011 

  • Personal Investment Portfolio Management Software Options

    Tracking your stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other investments takes time and effort. With personal investment portfolio management software, you can spend a lot less time tracking the returns on your assets.
    By Stephanie Mojica January 20, 2011 
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