Most of us know that there are 52 weeks in a year, and it’s this range that’s often the subject of stock analysis. What is the 52-week range? In short, it’s a year-long snapshot of a stock’s performance. It shows both the highest and lowest prices of the security over the past year, as well as the volatility between them. As a result, it’s typically seen as a proxy for risk.
When looking at the 52-week range of a stock, investors should concern themselves with a candlestick chart. This type of display shows a plethora of important information in the context …read more […]
Investing is one of the best ways to start building wealth. And one of the easiest places to start begins with the question: How to trade stocks? The reason here is simple. There are all sorts of ways to invest. There’s property or real estate. Fixed interest or bonds are another way to invest. There are ways to invest now and set up streams of passive income. But of these possibilities, trading stocks is probably the easiest to get started in. Here’s why…
For the most part, getting into the real estate market is expensive. It takes a decent chunk of …read more […]
Let’s say you have an idea for a new business. It’s a solid idea with the capacity to fill a niche in the marketplace. Your business plan has potential, but there’s one problem… money.
You don’t have the capital to get your idea off the ground. You need funding to execute your early-stage business plans. This is where a seed investment can make all the difference. Let’s take a closer look at seed funding…
What is Seed Funding?
A seed investment provides funding for business startups, research or new products.
Most startups go through many rounds of financing before they can finance their operations …read more […]