While stocks fluctuate, growth may help you keep ahead of inflation. Potentially generate income with dividends. Flexibility for long- and short-term investing strategies. Placing a stock trade is about a lot more than pushing a button and entering your order. This brief video can help you prepare before you open a position and develop a plan for managing it.
Why trade stocks?
Stocks let you own a piece of a company’s future. They’re available for a wide variety of industries—so you can tap into your knowledge of specific businesses, or help you to diversify your portfolio.
While stock performance changes over time, successful stocks can help your money grow—at times, they can even outrun inflation
Some stocks pay regular dividends—that’s income you can keep or reinvest
Since stocks trade by the millions every day, you can move quickly when you’re buying or selling
You decide which company to invest in, when it’s time to buy, and when it’s time to sell
Why trade stocks with Trade Huze ?
Our tools, info, and professional guidance mean you’ll never have to face the markets on your own.
- Get market data and easy-to-read charts
- Use our stock screeners to find companies that fit into your portfolio
- Trade quickly and easily with our stock ticker page
- Stop and conditional orders may help protect your portfolio
- The price-to-earning (P/E) ratio can help you identify value stocks
- Compare earnings-per-share (EPS) between similar companies.
- Market capitalization (market cap) is the dollar value of a company
- Stock performance can fluctuate depending on market conditions
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A dividend is a payment made by a corporation to its stockholders, usually out of its profits. Dividends are typically paid regularly (e.g. quarterly) and made as a fixed amount per share of stock.
Selecting stocks for investing and trading should not be a guessing game in today's market. Join us as we review the basics of technical analysis and other stock selection techniques you should know before buying a stock.
Placing a stock trade is about a lot more than pushing a button and entering your order. This brief video can help you prepare before you open a position and develop a plan for managing it.