102-01 Understanding Stock Markets, Locations & Financial Wealth
In order to understand the global stock markets, you need to know a few things about their size, locations, and countries. You first need to know that the stock market is huge. There are billions of stocks traded on any given day, and the total value of all those stocks is trillions of dollars.
102-31 Investing Strategies: Growth, Income, Value & Day Trading Pros & Cons
Understand the pros and cons of four popular strategies: growth, income, value, and day trading. Each of these strategies has unique advantages and disadvantages, so it is important to understand what each one entails before deciding which one is right for you.
102-30 Using Stock Market Orders & Limit Orders For Better Trading
Limit orders, market orders, stop limits, and trailing stops are important order types to ensure you get the best possible stock price. Understanding the difference in stock market order types is the key to better stock trading.
102-28 The Tools You Need to Trade Stocks
This section reviews a quick start checklist to help you organize the things you need to start investing in the stock market. We then look...
102-25 How many stocks should you own? A practical approach
There is no simple answer to the question "How Many Stocks Should I Own?" because it comes down to portfolio size, the effort to manage your portfolio, and your investing timeframe.
Course 102 Stock Market Investing Quiz
Test your Knowledge on Investing How much do you know about the stock market? Are you a PRO or a Beginner? Test your knowledge with...
102-33 Stock Market Investing Course Summary
In this course, we looked deeply into the stock market as an investment option. We looked at the world’s stock markets, which markets are...
102-32 Using Stock Market Technical Analysis
Technical Analysis is the study of supply and demand in the stock market by comparing the history of stock price movements and volume (the...
102-29 What Affects Stock Prices?
The first thing to understand about stock prices is that they are determined by supply and demand. When there are more buyers than sellers,...
102-27 Stock Market Games & Simulations Pros & Cons
A stock market simulation is a computerized model of the stock market that allows users to test their investment strategies. The simulations can be used to assess the potential profitability of an investment and to determine the best time to buy or sell stocks.
102-26 How long should you hold a stock?
For day traders, the time dimension is essential, minute to hours. But they are typically seeking many small gains. Investors may hold stocks for years.
102-24 Stock Market Trend: Understand Stock Trends Like a Pro Analyst!
Understanding stock trends is what separates amateur investors from professional market analysts. A stock market trend is a mix of price direction and time. Combining time and direction enables you to correctly analyze a stock price trend.
102-23 Stock Price: How are stock prices determined? What makes them change?
The difference in supply and demand is what determines stock prices. Many factors change the market supply-demand in stocks, including sales, profits, revenues, and outlook.
102-22 Stock Trading: 8 Types of Trading & How They Work
What are the different types of stock trading? How do you learn how to trade stocks? How does stock trading work, and is it gambling?
102-21 What are Cheap Stocks and Should You Buy Them?
Cheap stocks can be a good way to get started in the stock market. You can find cheap stocks by looking for companies that are undervalued by the market.
102-20 The Price Earnings Ratio & Why PER is Important
The PE Ratio is a calculation used to determine the value of a company's stock. It stands for Price-to-Earnings and is found by dividing the stock price by the earnings per share.
102-19 What is Earnings per Share & Why EPS is Important?
In any business, earning per share (EPS) is one of the most important metrics to understand and track. EPS tells you how much profit...
102-18 Cash Flow Statement. Investors Guide To Cash Flow
A cash flow statement is a financial statement that shows how much cash a company has generated and used during a specific period. The statement is typically used to show a company's cash inflows and outflows over a period of time, such as a month, quarter, or year.
102-17 The Balance Sheet – Definitions & Examples
A balance sheet is a financial statement showing a company's assets, liabilities, and shareholders' equity at a specific time. Assets are anything of value that a company owns, including cash, accounts receivable, inventory, and property. Liabilities are any debts or obligations a company owes, such as accounts payable, loans, and leases.
102-16 What Is An Income Statement & How To Analyze It
The income statement is also known as the profit and loss statement (P&L). This document tells us what made the company profitable or unprofitable for the given time period. It lists the revenue generated, the cost of generating that revenue, and deducts any taxes paid on that revenue. The amount of money left after expenses and taxes is known as income.
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