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The riskiest asset class in which you can invest, stocks represent an ownership or equity position in a corporation. A stockholder lays claim to a proportionate share in the corporation's assets and profits and is often paid dividends when the company makes money. Stock share prices will rise as the corporation grows and there is greater demand for its stocks. The idea is to buy stock when the company is still small, hold onto it for a number of years while the company grows and becomes financially stronger, and then sell it for a profit once the stock price has risen as a result of new demand.

What is a Stock?

Types of Stock

Stock Terminology

How to Research Stocks

When to Buy and Sell

Costs Associated with Stocks

Tax Issues

 What is a Stock?

 Types of Stock

 

 Stock Terminology

 

 How to Research Stocks

 

 When to Buy and Sell

 

 Costs Associated with Stocks

 

 Tax Issues

 

 

 

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