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Watch: Stocks Explained for Beginners

In this video, we cover why stocks exist, what they are, how to buy and sell them, and what the risks and potential upsides are.

A stock is just another name for a share of a company. If you own stock in a company, you own a share of that company. Public investors like me and you most likely hold common stock in the companies we own because that is the most accessible form of stock for retail investors on the stock market. Common stock is a security that represents ownership in a…




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Lincoln W Daniel

Lincoln W Daniel

Creating more winners in writing @Penname.me | Author @JavaForHumans | Created Smedian.com | Ex: Founder & Editor in Chief @MarkGrowth (acq.)

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