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Can someone give me a good explanation of how people make their entire living off the stock market or even do it as a side business. Also please give a brief description of the stock market actually works (I have read a few websites about it). I understand the concept of buying and selling stock but if a certain stock that cost $50.00 goes up like a $1 and you have about 50 of those stocks how do you make a profit. Because it seems like a large investment for a few dollars. I know that stocks are supposed to be a long terma dn risky investment but rarely does a stock go up a few dollars. Also, do you have to buy stocks through a broker and doesn't that just add to costs, and reduce your profit. Thank you for anyone who answers thoughtfully.
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When having a busy schedule, sleeps not an answer
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I purchased 100 silver eagle coins for 37$ per from a local coin shop 2009 ones not 2011. will i be making money on this investment in the long run? how long should i keep them before selling them? I greatly appreciate the feed ba
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I'm 16 and just starting to make money. I'm still living at home, so for me there are almost no living expenses to worry about. I have a job and id like to start investing in bonds or stocks, the concept of a dividend seems appealing, but I'm not sure were to go to get involved in one, or even if you have to be 18 to set one up. does anyone have any advice or links to a website were i can get started?
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So from what I understand trading is similar to very short term investments? But different because instead of measuring the value of a company you are finding patterns in its performance? Is that right?
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Brown University