Stock Market Tutorial #5 Financial Basics “How to buy stocks”

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  1. Featureman Says:

    @sain0777 Thank you so much.

  2. sain0777 Says:

    Great job. You’ve helped me a lot. I do not understand why there is one dislike.

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  4. Featureman Says:

    @clikityclankz I think if you have an ETF with a low expense ratio that is into emerging markets and is diversified among many nations it would do well. The world economy will eventually recover and emerging markets are likely to lead the way. Thanks.

  5. clikityclankz Says:

    @Featureman what do you think of emerging markets?

  6. Featureman Says:

    @baggybaba You are very welcome.

  7. baggybaba Says:

    Thank you so much for these videos, this really helped me learn a lot more than confusing news channels and other so called professionals.
    Thanks again. I wish you all the best.

  8. Featureman Says:

    @marisseredblossom You are very welcome.

  9. marisseredblossom Says:

    Thank you!

  10. Featureman Says:

    @krohit99 Thanks.

  11. krohit99 Says:

    i like how you make things simple…good to see some old wisdom back on when most analysts and traders are faffing about like headless chickens juggling with stuff which essentially is useless. i recommend every beginner and indeed seasoned traders as well to watch these videos. really good work Featureman.

  12. Featureman Says:

    @TheLivingDeadOne Thanks. I am always in the market but not the Dow 30. I buy and sell individual stocks and sometimes ETFs. I have a list of my holdings at ezfinancialtutorials. There is always something going up and something going down. The stock market is said to climb a wall of worry so I buy when others panic and I sell when they think everything is great. That works best for me. I make money by selling too soon and buying too early.

  13. TheLivingDeadOne Says:

    Great videos, Based on these dates you posted, I hope you got out of the market before Nov 08 & was lucky enough to get back in mar 9, 09. I had my account but no money in it, but fear held me back with listening to tech ticker with the next leg down further. I would have turned on my 20k investment into 200k or more. I’m still fearful now having to buy now at a higher price. Whats your advice at this point in the market?

  14. Featureman Says:

    @wmanger More than 40 years. Sometime in the 1960s was when I first started trading. I did watch the market before that for a long time.Thanks.

  15. wmanger Says:

    Featureman,how long you have been in the market? Thanks

  16. Featureman Says:

    @rachaconda I have never known a day trader who made a living at that. I have known day traders who lost a lot of money. I would never recommend day trading. That is especially true for anyone just starting to learn. Study the market for a year and make some investments if you feel it is a good idea. There are many other investments to look at such as real estate and a business or websites or a franchise, etc. Good luck. Thanks.

  17. rachaconda Says:

    thank you sir for the quick response iam from India and i am looking to get into day trading and searching for all the videos and techniques i do not have any knowldge of trading what so ever but i want to make a living out of trading but you have said not to do day trading so iam confused now

  18. Featureman Says:

    @rachaconda Thanks. I am fine. I hope all is going well there.

  19. rachaconda Says:

    hello featureman sir how ru really nice video

  20. ryansm05 Says:

    Fantastic videos, they really had me hooked!! Again like alot of people I feel this may be a stupid question, but I’m from England and am wondering if the terminology and the general consensus of what your saying will apply to the european stock market? I’m also looking at maybe undertaking a broking apprenticeship when I’ve finished university, and wondering if this would be helpful? Thanks in advance!!!

  21. ryansm05 Says:

    Fantastic videos, they really had me hooked!! Again like alot of people I feel this may be a stupid question, but I’m from England and am wondering if the terminology and the general consensus of what your saying will apply to the european stock market? I’m also looking at maybe undertaking a broking apprenticeship when I’ve finished university, and wondering if this would be helpful? Thanks in advance!!!

  22. ZenChat Says:

    I have seen 5 of your videos in a row… I liked them a lot…. you clearly seem to not just be knowledgeable but also wise….

    The only constructive feedback I have is to explain what terms mean… for instance what does “Puts” or “Options” mean.

  23. Featureman Says:

    Stocks do not always go up. I personally like dividend paying stocks. If a person spends many hours trading each day and makes lots of buys and sells the dividends are not as meaningful. I often hold stocks for years. Dividends matter over time. Thanks.

  24. fatnanny84 Says:

    i would just like to ask you sir..in finance i have studied various theories about dividends (modigliani-miller, the bird-in-the-hand, signaling) and many of my teachers stuck with the dividend irrelevance theory which basically says “investors should not care about dividends” since capital gains are more important. what do you think? how importantly should we weigh dividend payouts when valuing a stock? kind regards from spain.

  25. Featureman Says:

    You are very welcome.

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