Do you buy stocks?

China
August 10, 2007 10:58pm CST
It's popular to buy stocks these days cause it's a good chance to make huge money.Do you buy and how much do you earn in the stock market?
5 responses
@naem86 (123)
• Malaysia
11 Aug 07
I would recommend Scottrade, their web based interface is fairly easy to understand and the commission on trades, for most stocks, is $7.00. First you fill out the account sign-up with scottrade, I believe you can do that online. Then you need to either bring a check to a Scottrade office or wire money into the account. Then login to their website. Happy Trading! ps: feel happy to visit my blog here http://electric-scooterinfo.blogspot.com
• China
11 Aug 07
Thanks very much
• China
6 Oct 07
Yes,it's popular to buy stocks.I want to buy some these days!
• China
18 Sep 07
I only heard that can make money is very fast, I never buy it ,because I have no the knowledge about stock. I will notice of all:if you are a jackaroo, please be careful this venture.
@xiuluoelly (1225)
• China
28 Aug 07
I want to buy stocks, but a lack of funds, in fact I am interested in stock investment, if I have sufficient funds to buy the shares will, in my view, the stock not only require high investment wisdom and keen sense of observation and courage.
• Singapore
20 Aug 07
Hi : Profitable stock trading is more than just opening a online stock trading account. Yes, you can earn lots of money buying shares when the market is bullish. But the few weeks of drastic market drop have wiped out billions of capitalization from many companies, some of which are big cap stocks like GOOG, AAPL, MA, GS, BSC, LEH. This is a good time to understand that the stock market does not move up always. When it hits a bearish note, its time to buckle up and fish out only those good quality stocks to buy when the market correction has finally settled. A good book on how to pick up such quality stocks would be "How To Make Money In Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times or Bad" written by Mr. William J. O'Neil. Yours Truly, Tony Chai a disabled stock option trader