• It is legal to buy a stock one day and sell it the next day and repeat?

    Like buy 2 shares of Apple today, sell it tomorrow, and then rebuy it the next day, and then sell it again?
    Like buy 2 shares of Apple today, sell it tomorrow, and then rebuy it the next day, and then sell it again?
    13 answers · 8 hours ago
  • How can I turn $30,000 into $2 million within 1-2 years legally?

    Where can I invest to do such a way? Cryptocurrency or other ways?
    Where can I invest to do such a way? Cryptocurrency or other ways?
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would this be illegal?

    Let's pretend I'm a famous rapper with millions of followers on social media like lil Wayne or whoever and I buy 200k $ worth of stock in coke. And I tweet out telling people to buy Coke stock or do an ad or whatever and sell my shares. Would I get locked up cause I know 50 cent did something similar and... show more
    Let's pretend I'm a famous rapper with millions of followers on social media like lil Wayne or whoever and I buy 200k $ worth of stock in coke. And I tweet out telling people to buy Coke stock or do an ad or whatever and sell my shares. Would I get locked up cause I know 50 cent did something similar and he's free although bankrupt but by no means broke
    5 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Is it possible to make $30 Million dollars a year??? If soo how???

    Best answer: Not only is it possible, but there are many people who make that much in a single day, let alone an entire year. Last year alone, for example, Warren Buffet made $14 billion. On an average year, Gates brings in $11 billion... and he's technically retired. So how do people make that much? Generally they do... show more
    Best answer: Not only is it possible, but there are many people who make that much in a single day, let alone an entire year. Last year alone, for example, Warren Buffet made $14 billion. On an average year, Gates brings in $11 billion... and he's technically retired.


    So how do people make that much? Generally they do it by either being born into an incredibly wealthy family (aka. the Waltons who own Wamart), or they own stock in massively successful businesses (aka. Bill Gates), or they head massively successful companies (aka. Kim Kardashian).

    The most likely route for a person to take is the 'Kim Kardashian' route, where you create an incredibly successful market through enormous marketing of yourself... aka. You turn your own image and name into a brand. You should keep in mind though that regardless of what you might think of people like the Kardashians, they're actually fairly brilliant at self-marketing and work incredibly hard. So it's not like that wealth comes easy, but it does come.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Will the price of silver increase if President Trump starts a nuclear war?

    Best answer: The price of everything will go up in a nuclear war. However, depending on the severity of it, precious metals and other "precious" things will probably become less and less valuable relative to other things (you can't eat silver and it's not that useful for making tools). Things like salt and... show more
    Best answer: The price of everything will go up in a nuclear war. However, depending on the severity of it, precious metals and other "precious" things will probably become less and less valuable relative to other things (you can't eat silver and it's not that useful for making tools). Things like salt and sugar will become currency again. Salt was the world's original form of currency and if we return to the dark ages it will again (because it is actually useful and hard to get from nature). Sugar will also become a major form of currency simply because people like it and it will also be hard to get (and you need sugar to make alcohol which will also be in high demand).
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Cancel a stock purchase?

    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can a stock purchase be annulled?

    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • How stock exchange detect and apprehend insider trading ?

    The directors/staff who knows the company numbers may ask a family member to buy or sell. This cannot be detected easily and accounts maybe private.
    The directors/staff who knows the company numbers may ask a family member to buy or sell. This cannot be detected easily and accounts maybe private.
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • How low can GE shares go ? This is a good time to buy ? Its about 13.50 now ...?

    Best answer: You missed $13.50 and is at $14.54 at close April 20, 2018 https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/GE?p=GE Hints that Berkshire Hathaway is investing. Breakup of the company to unlock value is possible. Showed a $9.8 Billion operating loss in 4Q2017 after tax benefits Losses in 2015 and 2017 for the year. Balance sheet... show more
    Best answer: You missed $13.50 and is at $14.54 at close April 20, 2018
    https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/GE?p=GE
    Hints that Berkshire Hathaway is investing. Breakup of the company to unlock value is possible.
    Showed a $9.8 Billion operating loss in 4Q2017 after tax benefits
    Losses in 2015 and 2017 for the year.
    Balance sheet shows a negative $40 billion net tangible because $104 billion is intagible assets.
    Market cap is $126.26B and value is in revenue rather than assets or profit
    Their dividend was cut in half to $0.12 and may be cut again.
    They hit a low of $12.73
    Some people think they can sell off or close losing divisions at a giant tax loss, and a leaner company has a much higher share value. Others think the value is too difficult and there are far better investments.

    I have recently bought shares in smaller companies
    Village Super Market, Inc. - Class A Common Stock NASDAQ : VLGEA $27.15
    Aircastle Limited (AYR) $19.71
    with stronger financials, and also a decent dividend
    I choose lesser known companies for individual shares that are more likely undervalued.
    Do your own independent research.
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Are you impressed with what is happening to the Bitcoin or do you think that the whole thing could collapse one day and make many bankrupt?

    Best answer: It seems to be held up by thin air so I expect a collapse on the level of the Tulip mania centuries ago in Holland.
    Best answer: It seems to be held up by thin air so I expect a collapse on the level of the Tulip mania centuries ago in Holland.
    11 answers · 6 days ago
  • What can you do when you have a share?

    So companies can sell shares to people so that they can use the money to invest into the company's growth. Owning a share also gives you part-ownership of the company, what can you exactly do with this part-ownership? What privileges do you receive? And this share can also be sold on the stock market to other... show more
    So companies can sell shares to people so that they can use the money to invest into the company's growth. Owning a share also gives you part-ownership of the company, what can you exactly do with this part-ownership? What privileges do you receive? And this share can also be sold on the stock market to other people, does this mean the part-ownership can be delivered to others?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Bill Gates says, another financial crisis like 2008 is a "certainty" --- how does he know that?

    Best answer: Because you know ... Microsoft! Your point is correct. Gates success in the computing world does not make him an expert on macroeconomics.
    Best answer: Because you know ... Microsoft! Your point is correct. Gates success in the computing world does not make him an expert on macroeconomics.
    18 answers · 1 week ago
  • How can I sell all my stock shares?

    I have 60 shares for a company, and I have owned them basically since I was born. A relative started it for me and I get small quarterly dividend checks from the company. Overall the portfolio is worth a couple thousand. How do I go about selling off all my shares? I really don’t know much about the stock market.
    I have 60 shares for a company, and I have owned them basically since I was born. A relative started it for me and I get small quarterly dividend checks from the company. Overall the portfolio is worth a couple thousand. How do I go about selling off all my shares? I really don’t know much about the stock market.
    6 answers · 5 days ago