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what do you guys think of investopedia.com

1. Id like to learn how to choose "good stocks" and differ from "bad stocks"

Q. ANy websites out there or members in here who teach about stocks , options , day trading? E-books?

2. I heard about scottrade, tdameritrade, sharebuilder, etrade..etc.

Q. which is the best one for low income budgets?

3. I heard softwares which track stocks and help you choose the best stock.

Q. Does anyone have such softwares which analyze the stockmarket?
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ive always wanted to know how the stock market operates?

what determines the price of a stock?
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@bigboy, that's a hefty question - a lot depends on the industry of the stock - stock prices themselves depend on supply and demand. If a stock is $1 and you have a lot of ppl wanting to buy it then the natural curve is upwards. However when lets say it hits $2 (100% gain), lot of people may dump rather than hold on and the price will go down because not many people want to keep it. Then you have the folx who are betting the stock will go down and will short it. Takes reading to understand it.

@sicspitz, start by reading Motley Fool site - lot of tips on there. Few friends use Ameritrade. I am currently looking at getting into this but I have too many rackets going on that are taking my time from a good analysis of the stock market. I may just have to play "long" - buy and hold.
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have you used betonmarkets before?
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Time to see a professional........
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Rule #1: Buy ALL stocks advertised in weird SPAM messages /nod...set for life yo!
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I believe rsot hit the spot in that you may find someone here but it would be better to find a forum about stocks.
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Time to see a professional........
A Professional what?

Your best bet is to have a diversified portfolio made up of Stocks, Bonds, Real Estate, Commodities, Cash (Money Mkt Funds, CDs, etc...)

Many advisors get Paid to push their stocks, bonds, mutual funds, etc... some make up to 100% of your investment, yes, a 100%.

I would suggest doing a LOT of research online before you invest one penny with anyone.

I'm an expert at investments. Licensed and a ton of experience. I only trade for my own accounts.

DTA (Don't Trust Anyone) as far as I'm concerned. The size of the company means NOTHING. Years in business means NOTHING.

Lehman Brothers and all of Wall Street are Professionals at taking your money and never giving it back.

The WORST investments you can make are in any Qualified Plans (401ks, IRA's, Keoughs, etc....) 99.99% of all so-called professionals will tell you they are the Greatest thing since sliced bread. They are some of the worst plans ever developed. Guess who invented these plans?

Thinks outside the box.
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There is a website that has stock market as a game. And these people start out with $1 million fun money with real time stock trades. They get a crazy % per month with like 150,000 to 1,100,000% earned within 30 days in this game. They research so much! I paid the money to see what stocks they buy and so on and did as they did. But they earn very crazy %s. Thing is in real life you can't sell when you want too and if it's a lot and if the companies don't have those shares and so on. Plus I heard they want to tax the stock market or so.

Stocks are risky! Gold I wouldn't even buy! If you want security, get a lot of stealths account, pay off your house cash! Get a bunker, get seeds to grow food, get a gun, and there you go! Let the zombies take over the world!
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what determines the price of a stock?
supply and demand - economics 101
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supply and demand - economics 101
That is so true, if you sell toilets and no homes are being build you are screwed!
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I just know that the stock market in an atm for big players,.
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They already have toilets! I am talking about a product that sells more then once per year. :P

Do they replace toilets every year in NYC per location?
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That is so true, if you sell toilets and no homes are being build you are screwed!
Roscoe used to sell lots of toilets (otherwise known as "water closets.")

I was profiled as toilet expert in National magazine.

Toilets break, need repair, water saving technology, new building code rules, etc... toilets in high demand regardless of new home construction.

Roscoe has very nice Toilets in house
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Roscoe used to sell lots of toilets (otherwise known as "water closets.")

I was profiled as toilet expert in National magazine.

Toilets break, need repair, water saving technology, new building code rules, etc... toilets in high demand regardless of new home construction.

Roscoe has very nice Toilets in house
I had my trucking company bring toilets to a prison once! BEAT THAT!
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