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Royal Bank of Canada. (TSE: RY):
Largest Bank/Service Provider in Canada.
-Current price: $92.48
-Projected price: $98.3
1) Question: I really still don't understand what
you mean by "selling stocks"?
Answer: Selling a stock is when you
sell a share that you personally own, of a company
to another person. In other words, transfer
ownership to another individual.
2) Question: What are you investing
your money into?
Answer: Energy stocks & Banks
3) Question: Who buys stocks?
Answer: Anyone who has access to the market
can buy stocks, probably hard to believe but
there are a lot of people that trade daily.
4) Question: Where do you buy stocks?
Answer: Either broker or bank..
5) Question: How do I sell stocks?
Answer: Same broker as you
purchase stocks with.
6) Question: Why do people buy stocks?
Answer: Return investments & profits
or hold ownership in a company
7) Question: How many stocks are
there per company?
Answer: Volume of stocks depends on
the company. More info on yahoo finance
8) Question: Investing in Marijuana companies
is a good idea?
Answer: Depends on the country and
its law/regulations. May be too late.
9) Question: What happens if a
company goes bankrupt?
Answer: Public companies sometimes go
bankrupt, sometimes shareholders can get
some money from liquid assets. But the
stock ends up being 0 or 1 cent.
10) Question: How fast can you sell a stock?
Answer: Pretty much right away, depends
on what people are asking for it.
11) Question: How much money do you think
one should have before you start
investing in the stock market?
Answer: Start with $1,000
12) Question: Lets say I buy a stock through
Coca Cola and its value increases, and I choose sell.
Why would anyone buy my stock ?
Answer: People share same interests,
if company is doing good, people invest.
13) Question: Where would i find the charts for
the stocks i would want to invest in?
Answer: Yahoo finance, Google finance or more..
14) Question: What if you don't have a lot
of money to invest with?
Answer: Don't take loans, save up.
15) Question: Can you recommend me a brokerage
firm, what should i use?
Answer: I use a bank to trade stocks
16) Question: Can you get all international stocks...
my bank, can't get some stocks.....?
Answer: Many cases, there are a lot
of restrictions. Ask your broker.
17) Question: Is amazon a good stock?
Answer: Stable but may not be worth
of investing in future.
18) Question: Annual investing vs Monthly investing?
Answer: I prefer monthly investing.
19) Question: What is a stock market
and what is the forex market?
Answer: Stock market: trading shares,
Forex is trading currency.
20) Question: Good idea to invest in
apple right now?
Answer: It's a safe company,
but there are other companies
21) Question: I live in Russia, can i buy
stock from America like you guys?
Answer: If your broker allows you,
check your government regulations.
22) Question: Can a stock divide?
Answer: Stocks can divide, if
price is too high, companies may
23) Question: Does it matter what
trading platform you use?
Answer: Ref to my previous vid
24) Question: Do you get charged an amount
every time you trade?
Answer: Most likely you will
be charged. Different ways they
can take money out of your
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Thanks, I had just tried out this this called Expert Option for swing trading. The layout looks easy, but I have no idea how to exactly know when to buy and when to sell based on price graph. So it looks too complicated for a beginner. Is there something similar for stocks?
Uploading contracts to an online database should not take too long, and with the right solution, there should be a way to quickly drag and drop them into folders. Of course, the contract management team may want to give some thought as to how those folders are categorized. In some industries, it may make sense to classify them by agreement type, whereas in others they may need to be grouped by timeframe or date. It is obviously important to do what makes sense for your company and to ensure everyone understands the classification system that is instituted. With this sort of well-oiled system in place, it is a lot easier to keep a handle on things.
Divide and Conquer.
This is another area that is very industry-dependent, but it is highly unlikely that any company can afford to have an entire contract team devoted to managing one portfolio. More than likely, it is more realistic to divvy up the team and the contracts so that there is a leader for each relevant sphere. The entire team will obviously have to coordinate and communicate, but resources must be allocated in the most efficient manner possible. In turn, this will allow for several individuals to keep an eye on a smaller batch of contracts, thereby facilitating those periodic reviews.
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