How to BUY STOCKS the RIGHT WAY! | Stock Market Investing!

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Follow my progress as I dive head first into investing, while trying not to lose it all!!

Robinhood APP – Robinhood – Free Stock Trading
Download Links:

ANDROID Robinhood APP
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.robinhood.android&hl=en

Apple IOS Robinhood APP
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/robinhood-free-stock-trading/id938003185?mt=8

Stash Invest APP
https://www.stashinvest.com

Please note I am not a market professional. I am not responsible for any trading losses that may be experienced by following my wayward lead, in fact I recommend you don’t follow my lead. 🙂 Have fun and happy trading.

13 COMMENTS

  1. Bought a share that gave me .36 cents in dividend but the stock started a downtrend on the ex dividend date and came out on a loss including the dividend

  2. I know you are the best with dividends , and i it’s started with it , i wanted to know how to know which dividend is the best to look for

  3. Hey Dr. Dividend can you do a comparison between the new Stockpile App and Robinhood? Although Stockpile has .99 trades and Robinhood has free trades, I might almost take that as they allow fractional share buying. Some dividend stocks I want are over $100/share and I am only depositing $30 each time.

  4. Question i have is about taxes. Is it taken directly out of the stock when you sell it or during tax season when i file for taxes. I heard about 30% and 15% if held over a year but I'm not to familiar with this part.

  5. What do you think of buying large positions in high yield dividend payers and using the dividend to buy safer long term hold stocks?

  6. I have a question. If I’m no longer able to have instant deposits because of school reversals… would i get it back with robinhood gold? And is robinhood gold worth getting?

  7. Stop loss is amazing when you're swing trading and waiting for a stock to breakout. Normally when a stock breakouts, it's breaking past the previous resistance, so the next resistance level isn't always known. So you put a stop loss in to secure what ever your initial goal profits were. So if the stock continues to climb, then great! You can remove the stop loss and cash out later. But if the stock starts to roll over, your stop loss will trigger and you will lock in your profits.

  8. Legend.

    So if I want to day trade/swing trade, I buy 100 shares of Ford, then I want to sell because it made a quick gain, should I put “stop loss” meaning I’m willing to sale as soon as the share hits that number and not willing to to sale it at a Lower price?

    Hope that makes sense and thank you very much in advance 🙂

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