Stock Market Investing

Let me say this now: penny stocks are for speculators only. Even the cheapest penny stocks make for the worst securities in the stock market. Penny stocks offer ownership positions in companies that have extremely low chances of success. Penny stocks also have a higher chance of being manipulated via… Read More

Today’s article explains the differences of 401Ks and stocks. This is a great article for investors who are unclear on exactly how stocks get traded, and where retirement comes into play regarding stock investing. Publicly traded companies issue ownership shares of what’s called “common stock”, and each share represents an… Read More

Today’s article examines the differences between equities vs. stocks. They are almost the same thing, so we’ll mostly be dealing with semantics. Nevertheless, having this kind of basic information is important to know as part of a comprehensive education. Equity investment means ownership in a company. You buy equity when… Read More

This article examines the differences between real estate (REITs) vs stocks. A share of stock represents that you own a tiny percentage of a company. Its tiny because that one share is probably one of billions of shares. The projected earnings that this company is expected to create is the… Read More

This article examines the differences between mutual funds and bonds. The difference between mutual funds and bonds is that the former pools together the money of many investors to invest in a wide variety of bonds, whereas the latter are individual bonds that individual investors can purchase. A bond represents… Read More

Today’s article examines the differences between forex and stocks. The primary function for stocks is to invest in the future of companies that you believe are going to grow over time. “Investing” implies long-term commitment to a company and its vision, in the hope that the money you put into… Read More

This article examines the differences between gold vs. stocks. If you own stock in a company, then you own a tiny part of that company. The ownership of a company may be split into hundreds of million of little pieces, or shares. When you own some of those shares, you… Read More

Today’s article examines the differences between options and stocks. When you own a share of stock, you own a portion of a company. You can trade those shares of stock, by buying or selling them at any time, and it means you are buying or selling portions of the company. Read More

need to address a dangerous type of security, and will do so in today’s article, which examines the differences between penny stocks vs forex. Both, however, are not investments – they are for speculators only. Penny stocks are one of the most dangerous securities in the stock market. That’s… Read More