I graduated high school last month. I want to invest in the stock market. But I've never invested in the stock market. I want to invest in stocks online. 1) To invest, do I need to make a special account? Where can I do? I have a bank account UMB. 2) To trade in stocks, which programs do I need? 3) Can you sugest books for beginners?
You must open an account with stock through your broker and deposit some initial amount. You need software trade / trading software Mapping / terminal and data flows will all be supplied by your broker a fee / can be free. There are many books / strategies that you can search on the net. RainMaker
I'm the kind of person disorganized in certain aspects such as money and time, how can I be better in this aspect?
OK it's something I fight, I'm a person who is always ready to change and improve but I find it difficult to be organized. For example, I have been moving upward professionally speaking, and which implies a wage increase, but I can not make money until the end, no matter how much I make, I always tend to spend all the money as soon as I get it and I no savings. On the other hand, there are tons of things I want to do in a day, so I set my goals and try to schedule a time for these activities, but I end up not following them and allowing certain tasks to the end of the day. This gives me a sense of frustration: (If you're a person organized in these two areas, either because you've studied this way or because you have changed only by the effort, your advice would be very useful for me, because to be honest, I do not like that:) Thanks
Certain habits that I found useful are: 1) try keep your staff. eigenspace, it seems to help me concentrate and function space allows. 2.) Ensure long-term list of goals and try do one thing a day or week, etc. depending on your schedule. 3.) Make a list of "things to do today of all days and put in order Since the importance and immediate need. 4.) Choose a cut of time at the end of your day, then you stop working stop worrying about nothing and start to relax. Stress is very unhealthy and can be a very factor distribution. Respect yourself and your body by a break physically, mentally and emotionally. 5.) Try as much as possible to make healthy choices that make you stronger, smarter, healthier, etc. Exercise, eat well and be well. Good luck!
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I want to invest but I do not know how when and where … In short, I have little knowledge on how the stock market works, and I just want to start. What I really want to know is how stocks and the market stock works, how to play the market – things like that. In fact, reading it is recommended that if the subject for beginners, it would be too great. Any other advice on particular stocks, or even advice on other investment options better, would also be greatly appreciated.
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