Trading in stocks and other securities can seem confusing in and of itself for those who are new to the craft. Trading online, without any help from a broker, seems even more daunting to new entrants into the markets. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be hard to learn how to trade online. All it takes is getting an understanding of a few basics.

Posted: 1/17/2017 1:04:18 PM

Stories of getting rich with securities trading, or losing everything due to the same activity, are everywhere. No type of trading, however, seems to capture the imagination like day trading. With it, the popular belief goes, fortunes can be made or lost during a single trading day.

Posted: 1/17/2017 1:01:01 PM

The idea of cutting out the middleman has been around forever, but the ability to actually do so often lags behind demand. This has been the case with securities trading for so long that few even realize that it is now possible to handle trades directly. Knowledge of this ability is slowly but surely spreading, though, and now several people want to know how to cut brokerages out of the business.

Posted: 1/17/2017 12:58:54 PM

Online brokerages have existed ever since the internet became mainstream. They offer a unique set of benefits and drawbacks compared to traditional brokerage houses. This makes them perfect for some investors, but it's important to understand their differences before jumping in.

Posted: 1/17/2017 12:57:09 PM

Taxes may be considered inevitable, but the amount owed is not. Various strategies can allow you to owe less or put off some of the bill so that it doesn't come due until the next year.

Posted: 1/17/2017 12:55:13 PM

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