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What is a Stock & How YOU Make Money in the Market

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What is a Stock & How YOU Make Money in the Market... ★ SUMMARY ★ Are you struggling to understand what is the stock? how the stock market works? or how you can make money from the stock market? In this video I will share with you the basics behind how a company issues stock, how money is made in the stock market, and how you can profit from trading stocks. Stock is simply a piece of the company and you get a share. Has to shares are exchanged or traded over time the value of them fluctuates over also changes. If you are able to buy stocks of companies at a lower price in one year and then hold it over time for multiple years and sell it at a higher price than you make a profit and this is where it comes into the investment side. Investing in stocks is similar to investing in a home or in real estate. If you can buy a house at a cheaper price in one year with time that house value should go up and appreciate and then later on you can sell it for more money capitalizing and profiting from the difference. In this video may share with you some calculations about how a company can sell stock to investors and therefore use that capital to grow the company. All the examples that we will cover will help you see the bigger picture of how the market works based on the last price principal and how you can use it to your advantage to make more money. Posted at: http://tradersfly.com/2016/12/what-is-a-stock/ ★ SHARE THIS VIDEO ★ https://youtu.be/NvscXYPASOA ★ SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE: ★ http://bit.ly/addtradersfly ★ ABOUT TRADERSFLY ★ TradersFly is a place where I enjoy sharing my knowledge and experience about the stock market, trading, and investing. Stock trading can be a brutal industry especially if you are new. Watch my free educational training videos to avoid making large mistakes and to just continue to get better. Stock trading and investing is a long journey - it doesn't happen overnight. If you are interested to share some insight or contribute to the community we'd love to have you subscribe and join us! FREE 15 DAY TRIAL TO THE CRITICAL CHARTS -- http://bit.ly/charts15 GET THE NEWSLETTER -- http://bit.ly/stocknewsletter STOCK TRADING COURSES: -- http://tradersfly.com/courses/ STOCK TRADING BOOKS: -- http://tradersfly.com/books/ WEBSITES: -- http://rise2learn.com -- http://criticalcharts.com -- http://investinghelpdesk.com -- http://tradersfly.com -- http://backstageincome.com -- http://sashaevdakov.com SOCIAL MEDIA: -- http://twitter.com/criticalcharts/ -- http://facebook.com/criticalcharts/ MY YOUTUBE CHANNELS: -- TradersFly: http://bit.ly/tradersfly -- BackstageIncome: http://bit.ly/backstageincome
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Elijah DaBest (4 days ago)
Stocks move too slow though. any tips!!??
NAV KAUR (6 days ago)
Such an awesome explanation ..
Leonoe Lotzin (12 days ago)
Thank you!!!!!!‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️
Neville (30 days ago)
I bought stock from Amazon 10 years ago and now is worth 1,200,000 lol should I cash out either way I'm rich
Tafara Chibanda (12 days ago)
Sharing is caring
Alejandro Avila (27 days ago)
XXALPHABETAXX wow did you really??
Wu's Rhein (1 month ago)
Thanks
You're more than welcome!
Darth Vato (1 month ago)
So I have 9 shares of tesla. I bought them right after elon musk took a puff of weed at 260 a share, its standing around 290 now. Should I sell my shares and use that money somewhere else before his company goes downhill with this investigation thing going on? I'm using the stock simulator on investopedia.
This one of course depend on your personal goal and your personal investment style and strategy. Everyone's risk tolerance is different so it's hard to advise you on what to do. You'll need to make that decision on your own depending on your plan or the risks you're willing to take
Nenad G (2 months ago)
How often can a stock market give you 1/1 (1to1) ratio? Like puting 100$ on black on rulette and winning 200$-100$=100 profit????
Ana La (3 months ago)
Wow thank you!
Ray Scott (3 months ago)
How long should you have the stock open before you sell
Neville (30 days ago)
At least 5 weeks
Ray Scott (3 months ago)
Not if you want to make some good money
Ray Scott (3 months ago)
Sasha Evdakov thanks so this system is for any price stock. I really caught on to this teaching it’s was a huge help. So you just multiply the new stock increase by how many shares you bought and that gives you the increase. So you have to hope that company grows in the share price buying 1 share isn’t going to make nothing. And these penny’s stocks are not worth it either
Nicole Elizabeth (3 months ago)
So the more expensive the cost of your shares, the better the potential profits? I’m a beginner and I just bought a few different stocks- all under $15.
Arif Chachar (3 months ago)
If a company suffer bankruptcy ,how will it return money to shareholders? Or what if a company owner want to have his all shares to himself
Good info man thanks!!
Dylan Israelian (3 months ago)
im glad bobby got out to spend more time with his kids, he wasn't looking the same since the merger
Extra Channel (3 months ago)
Omg thank god someone can explain that msg properly thanks this helped so much
Anthony Rivera (4 months ago)
Damn this video honestly helped me out to understand it better
привет (4 months ago)
How often would you get paid?
Neville (30 days ago)
You decide when you want to cash out
привет (4 months ago)
Sasha Evdakov thank you very much
Andrés V (4 months ago)
Wait, so everyone buys a share. The company doesn't have money. Now it does, USD1000. Won't the shares go down while you spend money on advertisement, employees, sales trips, etc...and then maybe go up?
my dude247 (4 months ago)
Wait so as the value of company grows u get more money or do u have to sell it to get money
Neville (30 days ago)
Imagine a pie, if everybody has an equal piece that is like the stock when somebody cashes out that stock becomes available and can cause the stocks to go up and down if you bought stock at Apple let's say $5000 and you waited a year and it is now at $30000 you might want to cash out where they now will sell the stock and give you the thirty grand thus making you richer and causing the price per share to go up or down which is unknown. If you have ever watched wolf of wall Street it will show that the stock market is very risky and you need to find the perfect stock and don't become addicted.
Denise La (2 months ago)
+abenjam2 that's what i'm thinking too. So now i see the theory isn't the complicated part, it's trying to figure out what company will prosper the most and when to sell.
abenjam2 (3 months ago)
So basicaly buy and hold until it reaches a certain amt to make a profit?
zoe fofo (5 months ago)
Very informative
Alexis Hernan (5 months ago)
Is looking at past stock prices helpful or is it still unpredictable
Bennard Ebanks Jr. (2 months ago)
Alexis Hernan i would think that there is no "unusual trend" for any specific company. If 5 companies can expect share values to drop and rise every 2 months, but company 6 can expect share values to drop and rise every 6 months, that company's trend may be unusual in comparison to the others but its trend is not unusual for company 6 as that is the trend, or the habits of your late friend
Alexis Hernan (5 months ago)
Sasha Evdakov i see... Has there ever been a stock where it has unusual patterns? Like how its always up or down depending on month or year
John Beaman (6 months ago)
doesn't seem like the best way to make money. I make more than $200 a day without having $10,000 tied up somewhere
C Lalaaa (3 months ago)
Yea but your investment is a income you don’t have to work for.. say you stay making that 200 a day and the 10,000 you have saved up is also out there making money for you. Now you have two streams of income
WestUp Kalifooya (7 months ago)
Thank you thank you thank you for helping me understand
Cisco Cal (7 months ago)
Does shares pay you monthly, yearly etc if you continue to hold your share? Or do you only make money when it rises and you sell your share?
If you are selling premium with those shares yes. And if that companys pays dividends. Otherwise only when you sell.
Roberto F. (3 months ago)
But isn't actually the same stock? You buy a stock in "growth" mode, which means you won't get dividends any time soon, but the same stock might start paying dividends when the company reaches certain point of maturity. That is, a growth stock automatically becomes a dividend stock, right?
Bennett Witcher (4 months ago)
Nathan Drake than why would someone want a piece of a company when your not getting paid. I get that you can sell it for a higher price than when you get it but how common are the dividend stocks?
Cisco Cal (6 months ago)
Nathan Drake thanks for the information 👍
Nathan Drake (6 months ago)
I guess that's a different kind of stock called Dividend stock, in which you get money every few months depending on the company and the no of stocks you hold, note: not all companies do dividends tho
edrian tito (8 months ago)
Hi sasha, I want to ask whether or not the value of the company(market cap) can directly affect the stock price or shares that i bought? Brief background, Im torned between dividend investing and growth investing; some expert dont believe in dividend paying stocks if i will be investing in a company that dont pay dividend what is the point the only thing that make sense is when the money they make will be reinvested back to the company hence increasing their market cap,thats why i ask the question above so that you may can enlighten me.
Adam Leven (8 months ago)
Yes, the value goes up. But you don't make money until you SELL the stock.
Neville (30 days ago)
Yes companies like Amazon the stocks would have went up a lot because of expansion and you can cash out whenever you want and when you cash out. Like say you bought $5,000 from Apple and 5 years later is now worth $150,000 you have the decision if you want to cash out and that's when you get the cheque. You can do this whenever you want
mihnic0504 (9 months ago)
But how does the value of the company go up?
Nivedita Medhi (9 months ago)
In context of the example you've given, could Bobby simply come out with his share of $200 without selling his share? I am just a beginner sorry in advance..
Bodega Mouse (9 months ago)
So, basically, the people who bought bitcoin shares back when they were worth dirt are now rich through this method? I get it now
Kaif Khan (9 months ago)
Your vedio discard my confusion..
Kaif Khan (9 months ago)
Sasha Evdakov Welcome.
Joe D. (10 months ago)
"STAHHK!" These videos are great! Thank you for taking the time!
Raquel (11 months ago)
Ah thank you. You explained this perfectly. This is always confusing to me. Could you make one about bitcoin?!
Raquel (11 months ago)
Sasha Evdakov sorry I actually saw it after I commented lmao I should have looked first. Ty for the reply. :)
zach Barahona (11 months ago)
If Bobby got out at $300, does that mean that the company went up to $3,000? Or can Bobby sell at any price he wants?
Saqib Jamal (11 months ago)
My question may sound stupid but if a person owns a share of Facebook hes getting rich day by day. Right?
Random Dude (11 months ago)
Saqib Jamal yeah, if the price of the stock goes up.
Loydi Llu (1 year ago)
Suppose I want to invest more money on the $10,000? Will my share increase?
Piseth Sun (1 year ago)
My question is if I bought 10 share from a company and let’s say I do long term investment and over time company price per share is increase , my question is that mean my share increase as well??
Jay Carver (1 year ago)
Great breakdown and basic examples!
Moaad Alzahrani (1 year ago)
I’m confused am I going to make money while having these shares? Or not really making money until I sell my shares and then the price difference will be my profit?
Bennett Witcher (4 months ago)
Sasha Evdakov I get that but originally why would someone want a dead piece of percentage of ownership of a company. Where they are NOT getting paid from. originally when this first started why would someone buy that stock from them.
Honeybunches1913 (5 months ago)
Hi Sasha! the video is great. I am piggy backing on Moaad's question for clarity. So, once the stock appreciates, in order to get the profit/difference, I have to sell the stock? Am I able to just get the difference and leave the rest in the market?
Yomba Boris (1 year ago)
Thanks well explained !
Doctor Rafa (1 year ago)
Thanks! And that is how the dividends works ?
Mars (1 year ago)
When you compound interest, dividend stocks work well.
Tru Silver (1 year ago)
How are they Raising that Money Though? Where does the Extra Money Come From, Just Profits from Company Sales?
Tru Silver (1 year ago)
Ahh i see! Thank You Very Much My Friend =]
Joel Hurt (1 year ago)
so for example, they use investors money for advertisement, thus more people know about the companies products and buy them, the company makes more money, thus creating a higher company value, which means your shares are worth more :) (put very simply)
Be-Suzan (1 year ago)
What does someone get out of purchasing stock?
Destiny (1 year ago)
You're Lame the longer you wait the more it's worth. You could wait years to sell it
Jay Spikes (1 year ago)
Sasha Evdakov what's your definition of "future" 5 mins, 1 day, 1 week, 1 month or a year ?
posiclestick (1 year ago)
so I need to buy a stock and when I want the money I made i sell my stock?
bzvivi 7 (1 year ago)
does the value of my shares go up once the stalk marker close?
KingBowserVlog (1 year ago)
You said that if it's a public company it's probably easy to get in or out, but I still don't understand why someone would buy a share that is exponentially more expensive that what it was. Wouldn't everyone just wait until stuff crashes and burns to buy the stocks at a cheaper price? Maybe I'm missing something here. thanks for the vid Sasha!
KingBowserVlog (1 year ago)
Got it. Didn't really think of it in terms of products
Shivani Gupta (1 year ago)
stock = share?
Nithesh R.A. (6 months ago)
American english= Stock British English=shares
Jovan Rodriguez (1 year ago)
Beautiful
Sofi Macedo (1 year ago)
this video was well explained and simple. Just what I was looking for
luvvx3 (1 year ago)
Very well explained. Thank you !
Yousif Alyaqoob (1 year ago)
Which brokers you recommended? Thank you for lessons
verty (1 year ago)
Can I ask a question? I've been watching your videos randomly for 6 months now as I'm slowly learning about trading. I enjoy your videos and you seem quite knowledgeable. I just read a review about you and your books, and afew people are saying that you don't actually trade yourself? Is this true? Was abit surprised to read this, but the people also said your quite open about the fact that you don't trade at all. Never seen this before but am interested in knowing 😀
Kisipibi (1 year ago)
So you didn't reply still are you trading or no Sasha?
Wagner Mencia (1 year ago)
sasha what happens when a stock becomes NA??
Wagner Mencia (1 year ago)
Sasha Evdakov thank you!
Vanessa Jimenez (1 year ago)
Loved your explanation, thank you so much!
Michael Perry (1 year ago)
Happy Holidays Sasha.  Thanks!
Pickles (1 year ago)
Hey Sasha, are your books available in PDF format?
Alejandro Alcázar (1 year ago)
Hi Sasha, thanks for all the videos. I have a question: What are the US stock market capital gains tax investing from mexico or latin america?
Nice Trade (1 year ago)
Hey Sasha, Happy holidays :^) also trading shares on Margin is pretty good, i get 1000 shares for 5% margin - 10$ pips.. only con is the Swap :^( something i have learned trading stocks on Margin, positions are not really meant to be held long term.. i have been holding onto some Starbucks positions for about 10 months now, total 5 lots - 5000 shares, 4 positions.. LOL 1 position, from Feb/9/2016 - till today, the Swap has reached 5.975$ ..while the position is making only 2.800$..
Ms. Trish (1 year ago)
thanks
vasya vasili (1 year ago)
Саш, молодчик! Удачи для тебя в 17м. Турбулентный годик будет.
Alex Ne-k (1 year ago)
будто и хоть какой иной год

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