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how the stock market works?

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Transcript of how the stock market works?

By: Jasmine Capiral
Jasmin Kaur
History of Stocks

How the Stock Market Works
What is the stock market?
Symbols of Stocks
How to read a stock table
Market hours
High Ranking Companies
Types of Stocks
Why is it beneficial
Rise and Fall of Stocks
Buying Stocks
Stocks effecting the Economy
Point of Views
Conclusion
Table of Contents
A place where stocks are exchanged and bought.
Good way to invest.
Stocks are units of ownership in a company.

Different stock exchanges
Nike : NKE

New York Stock Exchange
NASDAQ
American Stock Exchange
Electronic Communication Network
Over the Counter
Each and every market is different.
long term growth and potential for current income


Prices change every day due to market forces.
Ex. Nasdaq National Market
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM (EST)
Common Stock
Preferred Stock
Blue Chip Stocks
Income Stocks
Value Stocks
Growth Stocks
Is Investing in Stocks a Good Idea?
Advantages
– Compound Interest
– Time Value of Money
– Tax Deferral
– Diversification
- Profit
-Ownership


Disadvantages
-Risky
-Risky Ownership
-Not Suitable for Retirement Funds
-Large Number of Choices
Benefical and risky depending on how you perceive it
Millions can be brought down to hundreds
Keep up with the company you invest in
Stocks change daily so there is no definite amount of money you will make.
Major crash in 1929.
Structure Failures
Economic Imbalances
Affected many investors.
Scenarios
A college student buys "x" amount of shares of Apple stock.
Apple releases a new product with a malfunction and stock goes down.
Predicted 10 out of the last 3 recessions.

Stocks and how they can affect us.
Teens can invest if their parents help
Adults can gain extra money or lose money.
ex. Josh asks his mom to buy him 2 shares of Nike stock with his money. As the company strives Josh continues to make money.
Decide online brokerage firm or through a face-to-face broker.
Evaluate a stock
Decide on prices
Know whether to make "market" or "limited" order
To save on broker fees, buy stocks directly from the company.
Sources
If I were to buy a share...
Stock market?
History of Stocks
Share prices change because of supply and demand
I would buy 3 shares of Disney stock for $ 115.01 each on November 2, 2015.
Stock exchanges
Sources
Symbols of Stocks
Stock Table
Market Hours
High Ranking Companies
Types of Stocks
Advantages and Disadvantages
Buying Stocks
Stocks affecting the Economy
Why is it beneficial?
Rise and Fall of Stocks
Point of View
Scenario
Conclusion
Apple : AAPL
Starbucks : SBUX
Macy's : M
Reynolds American
Tyson Food Inc-TSN
Thor Industries
Microsoft Corp
Inc-RAI
Inc-THO
- MSFT
Column 1 & 2- 52 Week High and Low
Column 3 & 4 - Company Name & Symbol
Column 5- Divided per Share
Column 6- Dividend Yeild
Column 7- Price/Earning Ratio
Column 8- Trading Volume
Column 9 & 10- Day High and Low
Column 11-Close
Column 12-Net Change

Jasmin: Stock Markets are beneficial if the person is smart enough to keep up with company they have invested in.

Jasmine: Stock markets can be a good thing to be part of if you know how to manage it wisely.
https://research.scottrade.com/qnr/Public/markets/statistics
http://www.allbusiness.com/understanding-why-stock-prices-rise-and-fall-8518931-1.html
http://www.investopedia.com/university/stocks/stocks4.asp
http://www.investopedia.com/university/stocks/stocks2.asp
http://stocks.about.com/od/investing101/a/040309stocks.htm
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-read-a-stock-table.html
Affect retirement funds if decline.
Major companies lose money.
Poised for growth
Option of trading, buying, and holding stocks.
Comparing Stocks
Nike's shares and Apple shares

Tuesday, October 27th, 9:30 AM
worth: $115.47
worth: $131.08
Monday, November 2nd, 4:00 PM
worth: $121.18
worth: $131.13
Comparing Stocks
Comparing Two Major Companies
Red-Apple
Blue-Microsoft
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