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How to Buy McDonald’s Stock

By , June 15th, 2017

McDonald’s is one of the largest companies in the world. The company has locations in just about every country and makes billions of dollars each year. McDonald’s does a great job of keeping its customers and stockholders engaged as well. There are constantly new promotions and ideas being launched within the company and, if there’s […]


Stock Market Holiday Schedule 2017

By , December 15th, 2016

The two best known stock markets in the US are the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ. The two together are generally considered “the stock market” when people are discussing stocks in the US. Both the NYSE and NASDAQ have the exact same holiday schedule, so they’re open and closed on the same […]


How to Spot a Bad Investment

By , September 22nd, 2016

Bad investments are a quick way to burn all your capital and a common practice even for the bigger players, like international companies. Even Google is not short of such unfortunate events, and they got one ticket to failure when they acquired Motorola. However, there are some tips that give a bad investment away. We’ve […]


Samsung Market Value Declines Drastically After the Note7 Release

By , September 19th, 2016

Samsung has been suffering since the launch of the Galaxy Note7. The company is facing some customer complaints and downright anger from its loyal customers because of the issues surrounding the new mobile phone. Samsung issued a recall on its newest device, the Note 7, after reports of exploding batteries. Two and a half million […]


Should You Sell Your Costco Stock?

By , September 12th, 2016

Throughout the years Costco has been a reliable company to place your money in the stock market. Recently, however, Costco has been having some difficulties. In June the company switched its American Express co-branded credit cards to Citigroup-Visa cards. Since then the company seems to have been struggling. This has many people wondering, “should you […]


Will the Stock Market Be Affected by the Election?

By , September 8th, 2016

Believe it or not, patterns over the years show that a presidential election seem to affect the stock market; at least, depending on who you ask and how you view it. If this is your first rodeo in stock during an election year, you’ll want to pay extra close attention. Each election does not warrant the […]


What New Investors Should Know About Binary Options

By , September 2nd, 2016

Many years ago, you might probably shrug off when you hear the words “stock market” because it is not something we talk about with our friends and family over lunch. Now that the Internet has opened a lot of doors to spread more news and information, many people are opening a demo account as they […]


What Are Safe Investments in a Precarious Economic Climate?

By , September 1st, 2016

The economic recession of 2008 created a climate of chaos, doubts and questions. What investments were safe? Many people suffered devastating losses and haven’t been eager to throw money into a risky investment since. Fast-forward eight years and the US economy is leveling out once more. We’ve turned our eyes toward the Atlantic as economic […]


Online Investing Platforms Offer New Way to Copy Successful Investors

By , September 1st, 2016

For decades, novice investors sought out the trading methods of those who have seen success in financial markets. The name that most often comes to mind when discussing such an approach is likely Warren Buffett, the American investor, business magnate and philanthropist. Buffett is so admired that shareholders in his company, Berkshire Hathaway, congregate in […]


What Is Social Media’s Role In Investing?

By , August 23rd, 2016

Social media holds many useful tools, and, believe it or not, one of those is in investing. In fact, social media’s role in investing exists in more ways than one. Millennials may not be investing as much as previous generations, but it doesn’t mean they aren’t investing at all. Thanks to Generation Y, social media […]

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