How does /biz/ feel about Robinhood?
Any tips on getting into the stock market?
unless you are buying assets because you feel they are undervalued and plan to hold them for a long time, than you are basically gambling.
if you enjoy gambling or have insider information go for it.
The exchanges aren't a casino. Don't listen to this fool, you can make money whether the market goes up or down. Easier said than done though, it takes extensive amount of time self educating and trail and error.
A key is to look for undervalued Companies in markets that have much higher potential that the company you are buying. Buy low sell high, watch trends, and diversify. Pretty simply.
Watch AMSC, a company that got trashed to bits awhile back. Was back at 2$ after being up near ~32 4 or 5 years ago. In the past couple months it's hiked up to around 5 as well as got jobs from China, whom it had lost trust from earlier due to a bribing situation. Anyway, the point being, for the market it's in it is highly undervalued as other comparable companies are sitting at 25+, and renewable energy is likely to go up in the long term.
What if you are getting into the stock market game for moral reasons and not money reasons?
I don't have any big ticket items I want to buy. So I was thinking of investing in stocks with my next refund check.
And as I see it its only gambling when you sell.
If you keep your shares then you get to have some ownership in a company.
That being said.
Which company has the rockinest stock holder meeting?
Are there penalties for setting a stop loss with robinhood?