Stock market prices are in constant motion, and the way you place orders to buy or sell stock can make a huge difference in the results your trades generate. Learn about the different types of stock orders you can use to control how, when, and at what price your stock purchases and sales execute.
Fractional shares let you buy stocks whose prices for a single full share are prohibitively expensive. Many brokers let you purchase fractional shares, and investors can acquire fractional shares in other ways too. Learn the pros and cons of fractional shares and how to invest in them.
Want to get rich? Start investing young. You don’t need to become a personal finance wizard or speak all the opaque financial lingo. You just need to understand a few basics, and consistently invest money every month. Learn how to invest as a teenager to build serious wealth.
The term FAANG is an acronym for some of the largest technology companies listed on the stock market today: Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google. Is it smart to invest in these high-flying growth stocks? Learn about FAANG stocks and the pros and cons of investing in them.
Factor investing involves investing in assets that pay a premium for a minimally-increased level of risk. Each risk-premium factor comes with both the potential to generate higher returns and a slightly elevated level of risk. Learn how factor investing works and whether it’s right for you.
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