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Finding new penny stocks
posted by: global @ Thu Feb 11, 2016 9:39 am
Anyone know of a website I can go to, in order to see penny stocks that are just released on the market? By new, I mean brand new. Not like 5 years old, not 2 years old. New. Super new. New, meaning as new as possible? The newer the better.
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Why can't I get the symbols that I want?
posted by: global @ Wed Feb 10, 2016 11:40 pm
So I look up S&P 500 to buy some and it turns out they don't have the symbol I want. Instead they give me SPHQ. I look up Dow Jones and I get DJXXF.

What? I thought that if it was on the market that I could buy it. Am I only limited to the funds they are willing to give me?

Also are S&P 500 and Dow Jones EFTs or index funds? I thought they were index funds, but now I'm confused because apparently it isn't an option.

I mean DJXXF? I can't even get a graph on it. What the hell is DJXXF. I don't want to buy that!
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Dissecting Dow Jones
posted by: global @ Wed Feb 10, 2016 8:23 am
So I've been looking at Dow Jones and the stocks they have that are listed on wikipedia. What is the difference if I buy these stocks individually myself versus buying the Dow Jones? Is there a difference?

I feel that it is possible that Dow Jones people take a little percentage out of the earnings of those stocks and put them all together in a bunch to make it simpler with a tiny added fee. However, if there is an advantage to getting each stock individually I might consider this as an option.
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Buy low, sell high!
posted by: global @ Wed Feb 10, 2016 1:15 am
So I've heard this a lot: Buy low, sell high! Isn't this advice kind of vague and stupid?

I mean how are you suppose to know if something is low or high? Highness and lowness are relative terms. The only way you can know if something is at a low or high point is to see how it performs in the future and compare it with itself in the past. Since no one can do this the advice is pretty much pointless. Am I wrong?
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Hidden fees
posted by: global @ Tue Feb 09, 2016 10:04 am
What are the fees that I need to look out for when investing in stocks. Is there a certain percentage for the transfer? An annual fee? If so, what are the cost percentages? I'm a complete newbie at this kind of stuff and am eyeballing a couple of investments before I place my money.

I know that companies in general love to sneak in hidden fees whenever they can get the chance. So I'd like to get as many discovered as I possibly can.
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Investing Statistics of Annual Growth
posted by: global @ Mon Feb 08, 2016 3:18 am
Okay so I looked at GSPC fund thing and found the $/stock per year from 1950 to 2016. Each year I looked at February 1st and determined the price and listed them on an excel spreadsheet. Next I devided the year by the previous year and subtracted all of that by one to get the percentage of growth for that year.

For the average I added all these numbers up and divided by 65 (1950 doesn't count since there is no previous year to compare it to). I got 8.65%

The standard of deviation ended up being 16.24%.

So if I did this right, the con...
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How To Estimate Your Retirement Needs
posted by: thepracticalsaver @ Fri Feb 05, 2016 7:37 pm
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Is a car trade in a good idea?
posted by: gatorgal @ Thu Feb 04, 2016 9:40 pm
Hi,
As a single adult I was always frugal and saved my money. I always had a comfortable amount of money for my needs in my savings account. I have now been married for 6 years and find it very difficult to manage our money. My husband is the money earner and he is in sales. Our income varies from month to month. We bought our first home a year and a half ago. One year ago we purchased TWO 2014 vehicles. Our car payments are almost $800 a month. We simply can not afford to spend that kind of money and it is stressing me out. I am very ignoran...
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