Summary of How to Invest In Stocks for Beginners 2022 [FREE COURSE]

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This video goes over how to invest in stocks for beginners. It discusses the different types of stocks, how to open an investment account, and how to make money with stock investing. It also covers the importance of investing early and introduces some of the best app-based stock brokers for beginners.

  • 00:00:00 In this 1-minute video, a stock investor explains why you need to invest now and how stocks make people money. They also discuss the different types of stocks and how to open an investment account. Finally, they explain how to make money with stock investing and the importance of investing early.
  • 00:05:00 Stocks are a valuable investment, and buying them can be done through a regulated stock market. There are three different types of stocks: common, preferred, and etfs. The main difference between preferred and common stock is that preferred stockholders have priority over a company's income. Common stockholders are last in line when it comes to company assets.
  • 00:10:00 This video explains the different types of stock investments that are available to beginners. Taxable accounts offer tax advantages, while retirement accounts offer tax advantages as well as safety in case of retirement. Finally, the video discusses various brokerage accounts and their different features.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, the presenter goes over different ways for beginners to start investing in stocks. They discuss advantaged medical savings account, 529 college savings plans, and custodial brokerage accounts. The presenter also introduces rob advisors, which are automated algorithm-driven investment platforms. The presenter provides a brief overview of the Rebel Muumuu and Wallfront apps, which are two of the most popular app-based brokers. Finally, the presenter provides a list of resources for beginning stock investors.
  • 00:20:00 Weeble and Moomoo are two of the best app-based stock brokers for beginners. Wealthfront is a robo advisor platform that is great for passive investors. Robo advisors like Wealthfront often require less capital to start than human financial advisors and the annual management fee can be much lower.
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses how to invest in stocks, starting with the basics of market orders, limit orders, and stop orders. It also covers how to research stocks.
  • 00:30:00 This video explains how to invest in stocks, with a focus on the important terms p e ratio, peg ratio, and dividend yield. The p e ratio is a measure of how a stock compares to its earnings per share growth, while the peg ratio compares a stock's price to its earnings and growth rate. The dividend yield is the percentage of a company's stock price paid out in dividends each year.
  • 00:35:00 This video goes over various aspects of stock buying for beginners, including the importance of price to book ratio, profit margin, and current ratio. It also provides information on Yahoo Finance and gives a current market price for a particular stock.
  • 00:40:00 The video discusses how to invest in stocks for beginners, and discusses the different types of capital gains taxes that may apply. It also provides an overview of long-term capital gains rates, depending on an individual's income. Finally, it discusses the tax implications of selling a stock.
  • 00:45:00 The video discusses different ways to invest for beginners, including stocks, retirement accounts, and tax loss harvesting. It stresses the importance of long-term thinking and the importance of buying stocks after doing extensive research in order to avoid making poor investment choices. Warren Buffet is cited as an example of an investor who is successful because he focuses on long-term goals and avoids making quick, uninformed decisions.
  • 00:50:00 The presenter discusses different investing strategies, including value and momentum investing. He recommends starting with index funds and advises against investing more than you can afford to lose. The presenter also recommends reading three books on investing: The Intelligent Investor, Benjamin Graham's classic, The Warren Buffett Way, and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Investing.
  • 00:55:00 The video explains how to invest in stocks, starting with opening a brokerage account and investing in free stocks. It then discusses due diligence and buying stocks. The presenter recommends using Well Front to determine a risk score and take on little to no research. Finally, the presenter encourages viewers to subscribe to his other videos on personal finance and investing.

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