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online share trading
How do I buy shares?
Even if you understand how shares work you may still be asking yourself ‘how do I buy ?’You can find shares to buy directly from a stockbroker or trader, or you can shares through an investment fund. An investment fund pools your money with other investors and it also invests in shares in the stock of many companies. Because a fund has built-in diversification, the risk is spread and is therefore lower than buying shares in a single company. You can also choose a fund that matches your risk profile, but an investment of this type is not risk-free – you’re still exposed to the risk of the stock market falling in value.

When do I have to pay tax on stocks and shares?
Dividend income and tax – Dividend income is subject to tax. The dividend ordinary rate of 10% applies if you are a basic taxpayer (if you earn up to £31,865), a rate of 32.5% if you earn up to £150,000 and 37.5% if you earn more than that. However, when you receive dividend payments a percentage of tax has already been paid, this appears on your dividend voucher as a tax credit. If you’re a higher rate you will have an outstanding tax liability on the dividend payment of 32.5% which is payable when a personal tax return is completed but after the tax credit is applied, this will be in reality 25%. An exception to these tax rules is dividends from ISAs (including ISAs that were previously PEPs), which are tax-free.
Sale of shares and gains tax – If you dispose of an asset for more money than you bought it for, you’re said to have made a capital , or in more familiar terms, a profit. The gain you make – not the amount of money you receive for the asset – is liable to tax at a rate of between 18% and 28% for higher rate tax payers. Tax applies to the disposal of stocks and shares. Before any tax is payable though, you have an annual tax-free allowance for Capital Gains Tax, which is £10,900

Manufactoring of 3d printers

We produce high performance 3D printing at 40mm per hour print speed and at 62 micron resolution.

Lee Popoff

by Lee Popoff

New York

3dprinting.com

$8.80 per share

online share trading’

Everyone knows what the term ’trading’ is. Most of us are in our daily lives, although we may not even know that we have done so. Basically, all you buy from the store is trading for money for the goods you want.
When we talk about trading in markets, we use the same principle. Think of a person trading stocks. What he actually does is buy shares (or a small part of) a company. If the value of those shares increases, it earns money by selling it again at a higher price. This is trading. You buy something at a price and sell it back at another price - hoping to be higher until you make a profit, and vice versa.

The increase in demand means price rises.
We can explain this using a simple daily example of buying food. Suppose you are on the market and there are only ten apples left in the store. This is the only place where you can buy apples from it. If you are the only person and want only a few apples, the store owner will probably sell them to you at a reasonable price.

Now suppose that fifteen people entered the market and they all want apples. To make sure they get apples instead of other customers, they are willing to pay more for them. Thus, the owner can raise the price, because he knows there is more demand for apples than the supply of it.

The increase in supply means a price drop.

Suppose another shopkeeper suddenly entered the market and offered more apples for sale. Here the supply of apples has now increased dramatically. It makes sense that the second store owner may sell apples at a lower price than the owner of the first store to lure customers. It also makes sense to buy customers at prices drop.

When this happens, the owner of the first store will most likely lower its prices. Thus, the sudden increase in apple offer has reduced the price of apples.

The price at which the order meets is called the ’market price’, ie the price level at which the owner and customers agree on the price and number of apples sold.

Application to financial markets

The concept of supply and demand is the same in the financial world.

If a company registers great results and pays very good dividends, there will be more people who want to buy their shares. This increasing demand is leading to an increase in the prices of those shares.

What is online trading?

For a long time, financial trading has been conducted only between banks and financial institutions. This means that trading in financial markets was closed to all those outside these institutions. With the development of the high-speed internet, anyone who wants to participate in trading is able to do it online.

Almost anything can be traded online: stocks, currencies, commodities, physical goods, and a whole bunch of other things - at this point, you do not have to worry about what all these things are. Now, just keep in mind that if something is negotiable, it will be traded. Within all these markets, the Forex market is the largest. About $ 4 trillion of currency is traded every 24 hours - this is bigger than any stock exchange anywhere in the world.

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Online share trading means buying and selling of shares or financial investment in properitary platform . Online trading can help beginner to buy stock without broker . Broker fees can be saved by online trading of shares. Easy way to track the transaction of their trading . No need of paper work and certificate so issued by the company . A click can buy and sell shares easily . Its the best and convenient way to trade in shares.Online share trading is buying and selling shares in listed companies over the internet. It has given the ability to invest in the share market to anyone with a computer or smartphone connected to the internet

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