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how to evaluate a stock

How to Evaluate a Stock Before You Invest

Knowing how to evaluate a stock is a crucial step in developing your investment skills so you know whether you are getting a deal or not! How to Evaluate a Stock Example A share of common stock is a fractional claim of ownership of a company. Because thinking about owning a fraction of Apple or […]

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Dividend Aristocrats

Dividend Aristocrats: Who They Are and How to Invest

What is a Dividend Aristocrats? Dividend Aristocrats is the name used for stocks that are members of the S&P 500 that have increased their dividends every year for the past 25 years. A dividend is a payment made by a company to shareholders of record by a predetermined date of eligibility. Dividends are a way for […]

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How to Invest in a Recession

How to Invest in a Recession the Right Way

Recessions can come without a moments notice, but when they do show up you need to be prepared on how to invest in a recession. Did you know: For the first time in history, the US will have completed a decade without a recession or depression?  Depending on the pundits you listen to, you will […]

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How To Buy Blue Origin Stock

How To Buy Blue Origin Stock

Ever wonder how to buy Blue Origin stock? You’re not alone. The only problem is they are not a public company, but there may be a way around that! Who is Blue Origin? Blue Origin is a private spaceflight company owned by Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. The tech billionaire founded the […]

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Position sizing

How to Determine Position Sizing for Day Trading

What is Position Sizing? Position sizing refers to the parameters that dictate how much capital you allocate to a given trade, and how that relates to the level of risk you take one each trade, and how those factors affect your total account size.  There are several factors that play into developing a position sizing […]

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After Hours Trading

After Hours Trading: How to Trade After the Close

How Does After Hours Trading Work? After hours trading is trading that takes place after the stock market closes for the day, typically between 4:00p.m. ET and 8:00 p.m. ET but can vary between broker. Similarly, there is a trading session that occurs before the opening bell, which is referred to as the pre-market session. […]

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