Author: Laurel Tincher

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What to know about stock market corrections

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It doesn’t matter if you’re a new or seasoned investor, when the stock market has a correction, it can be extremely stressful. Nobody likes to see …

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How do you cash out stocks?

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Buying stocks can be a fairly straightforward undertaking, whether done online or through a financial advisor. But when it’s time to sell shares, some beginning investors …

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Using fundamental analysis to choose stocks

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Knowledge is power, especially when choosing which stocks to invest in or sell to build a strong portfolio. One method that might help you figure out …

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What is cost basis?

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It’s common for people to avoid thinking about taxes until filing season is upon them. Unfortunately, this can lead to missed opportunities to reduce tax payments. …

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How many Bitcoins are left?

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Bitcoin has gained popularity as an investment in recent years, due to its unique design and underlying technology. Part of what gives Bitcoin value is that it has …

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How low can a stock go?

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As any long-term investor in the market can attest, stocks rise and fall—influenced by a meandering mix of human psychology, economic trends, and supply and demand. …

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Unrealized gains & losses 101

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When an investor looks at their portfolio and sees that it has gone up or down in value, it can feel exciting or terrible, depending on …

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What does HODL mean?

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For newcomers to cryptocurrency investing, there can be some confusing jargon used in forums and articles. Words like FUD, Moon and HODL, which originated as chat room …

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Understanding low float stocks

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Day traders use different strategies than long term traders to maximize their earnings. Rather than building a diverse portfolio that will continue to grow over time, …

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DINK: Living the dual income no kids lifestyle

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More and more Millennials and Gen Xers are deciding to wait to have kids, or not have kids at all. This choice is partly financial. Having …

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Explaining the shareholder voting process

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If you own stocks, one of your rights as a shareholder is to vote on certain company decisions and appointments. Although all publicly traded U.S. companies …

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How is an IPO price set?

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Prior to listing a stock for sale on a public exchange, companies go through a rigorous process of preparation and compliance. In addition to providing the …

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DRIP investing: Finding dividend reinvestment stocks

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One of the first investment concepts to grasp is that compound interest and earnings can help an investor’s portfolio grow. If an investor buys an asset which pays …