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Юрий Фомин

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Moscow

ROI: 104%

$27.50 per share

Solar storm studio

Solar storm studio

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Vahid Lancaster

by Vahid

Arima

ROI: 106%

$22.99 per share

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Opal Bell

by Opal Bell

indianapolis

ROI: 102%

$49.50 per share

Agropreneur gogreen

Agropreneur gogreen

Inspiring The Next Generation of Agriculturists

Chukudi Eze

by Chukudi

Lagos

ROI: 111%

$33.00 per share

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First, you need to understand the risks. Yes, share prices can rocket, but they can also plummet – and there are no guarantees either way. For example, you might buy 50 shares in Company A at 500p a share. The shares could climb to 600p in the first few months, but then drop to 400p after some poor trading results.
Your original £250 stake would now be worth £200, a loss of £50.
It could recover again – or it could fall even further.
This risk element means you should only ever invest money in shares that you can afford to lose. In other words, make sure you can pay your mortgage and any other essential bills before you start dabbling in the stock market.

There’s lots of information available about the companies listed on the stock market – and it pays to do some research. Find out about the company’s recent performance and consider its chances of success in its own sector and in the wider economy.
Remember, too, that some firms are inherently more risky than others. A FTSE 100 company, for example, is probably a safer bet than a small start-up business, though if you can stomach the greater risk, you might be in line for a greater reward.

Yuri fomin sp

Greenhouse complex for year-round cultivation of strawberries

Юрий Фомин

by Юрий Фомин

Moscow

qgftniu74.ukit.me

$27.50 per share

Buy shares is no longer the preserve of the professionals. Everyone is during it these times, from a trader hunched over a computer to the woman in the street who likes the look of shares.
The rise in the popularity of share trading is partly because it has become more accessible. You can now buy shares through the post, over the phone, online or even with a mobile app. So how do you get started?
First, you need to understand the risks. Yes, share prices can rocket, but they can also plummet – and there are no guarantees either way.
There’s lots of information available about the companies listed on the stock market – and it pays to do some research. Find out about the company’s recent performance and consider its chances of success in its own sector and in the wider economy.
If you want to buy dividends, you have to trade through a stockbroker – and there is an extensive choice. You can stick with an established City name, or you can opt for the stock-broking division of one of the big banks or building societies. Alternatively, some of the larger firms of financial advisers offer stock-broking services, as do a growing number of online companies.

Solar storm studio

A Digital Design Hub for Cool Graphic Design Content

Vahid Lancaster

by Vahid Lancaster

Arima

solarstormstudio.com

$22.99 per share

Buying shares could be a very lucrative form of investment, although knowing the right company to buy shares and also the right time to buy is also very important, as so many company tends to drop financially when the time to pay dividend is nigh.
The profit gained by share holder depend on the profit made by the company in relationship with the percent of the company bought.
It is possible for a share holder of upto 59% of a company to decide what goes on in the company, since half of it belongs to him, shares buying can be said to be buy a part of a company or business. Where the holder suffers both loss and profits

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Opal Bell

by Opal Bell

indianapolis

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$49.50 per share

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