• I found a 1949 quarter.... can I retire?

    I heard it's worth a lot of money cause it's 90 percent silver or something.
    I heard it's worth a lot of money cause it's 90 percent silver or something.
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are you going to invest for getting assured returns without any risk?

    Best answer: The best and secure way to invest your money for good returns for salaried person is by investing Bajaj Finance fixed deposit investment scheme
    Best answer: The best and secure way to invest your money for good returns for salaried person is by investing Bajaj Finance fixed deposit investment scheme
    11 answers · 7 days ago
  • I have $15k and no bills?

    How do I make that 15k into a higher profit? Stocks? Invest?
    How do I make that 15k into a higher profit? Stocks? Invest?
    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • What ways can I make $15k into a higher profit fast?

    I got 15k should I start a business? Invest?
    I got 15k should I start a business? Invest?
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Do you think trump is mad at Europeans because the banks wouldn’t give him a loan?

    Best answer: And it's also the reason he loves loan giving Russians
    Best answer: And it's also the reason he loves loan giving Russians
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can I trade on the Stock Market while traveling to other countries as a Canadian?

    Best answer: Sure, why not?

    If you have an established account with RBC or any other brokerage firm, and access to their platform, there are no rules/regulations restricting you. It s totally up to your brokerage firm, it s their platform.3

    Just remember the time zones, in case you need help
    Best answer: Sure, why not?

    If you have an established account with RBC or any other brokerage firm, and access to their platform, there are no rules/regulations restricting you. It s totally up to your brokerage firm, it s their platform.3

    Just remember the time zones, in case you need help
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What stock should I get and how much?

    I want to buy enough stocks that will pay me about $1000 every month. I'm a little confused how they work. So if a stock pays 5 percent per share say $50 for divends, does that mean I will get 5 percent of $1000 worth of shares every month if they pay divends every month?
    I want to buy enough stocks that will pay me about $1000 every month. I'm a little confused how they work. So if a stock pays 5 percent per share say $50 for divends, does that mean I will get 5 percent of $1000 worth of shares every month if they pay divends every month?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Spiritually speaking: Americans what are you gonna do when your dollar is worthless and china puts you between a rock and a hard place?

    Best answer: China has begun traveling down the (politically) dangerous road of capitalism. With each new generation there is going to be more of the "I want that too" attitude and less of the "I just need an opportunity" attitude. With each newer, wealthier generation or - heaven forbid - a major economic... show more
    Best answer: China has begun traveling down the (politically) dangerous road of capitalism.
    With each new generation there is going to be more of the "I want that too" attitude and less of the "I just need an opportunity" attitude.
    With each newer, wealthier generation
    or - heaven forbid - a major economic recession
    the people of China are more and more likely to rebel
    if not successfully, at least with such power as to cut the economic throat of the current regime.

    I'm not saying that the U.S. dollar is going to be "tops" forever
    and I'm not saying that China will never outperform the U.S. economically (in some ways it already does).

    But...in my amateur opinion, China is much less of a threat economically *in the long run* than Japan was in the 1970s
    (and you can see how well that worked out for Japan).

    I don't expect China to remain an *economic* threat to the U.S. until 2050. That is: I think that their economic "threat" will be nullified by that time (as Japan's has been over the last 40 or so years).
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My mom found a silver penny?

    so my mom found this silver penny, it says 1996, i believe. But its not like steel, its looks polished, any idea on what it is? we cant find anything on it.
    so my mom found this silver penny, it says 1996, i believe. But its not like steel, its looks polished, any idea on what it is? we cant find anything on it.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Remember when Republicans claimed that the corporate tax cut would go to higher wages but that was a lie & it went to stock buybacks instead?

    Best answer: Yes it was a lie. And all the democrats and economists (even the Republican ones) were saying so, ever since Trump first announced his plans to cut the corporate tax rate. But the Republicans in Congress are beholden to their corporate masters, and of course Trump's zombie supporters think everything he does... show more
    Best answer: Yes it was a lie. And all the democrats and economists (even the Republican ones) were saying so, ever since Trump first announced his plans to cut the corporate tax rate.

    But the Republicans in Congress are beholden to their corporate masters, and of course Trump's zombie supporters think everything he does is terrific - even if if ultimately hurts them.
    12 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What is the best Stock trading course?

    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does money get stolen out of the stock market?

    Best answer: No, it's not something to even have the slightest of fear of happening on the side of the exchanges. What fear you should have is on your side, namely your computer and any other devices you use to access you brokerage account and/or make trades. Say, for example, you have an app on your computer that allows... show more
    Best answer: No, it's not something to even have the slightest of fear of happening on the side of the exchanges. What fear you should have is on your side, namely your computer and any other devices you use to access you brokerage account and/or make trades. Say, for example, you have an app on your computer that allows you to access your Charles Schwab account. If your phone should get stolen, and providing that the thief cracks your security code which is possible since it's only a 4-digit code, then the thief could gain access to your account. This is also providing that you set your device up to remember your user ID & password or set to auto login. Personally, I would never save any user id or password information on my phone for anything related to my finances.

    But let's say, for the sake of argument, that a hacker got into your brokerage account and wiped you out. The broker has insurance and is liable to make you hole again if such an attack should ever occur. It works just like credit cards. If your Visa card gets hacked and someone charges a bunch of stuff on it, you're not liable for any of the charges. In the same way, the brokerage or bank you do your trading through whether it's eTrade or Charles Schwab for example, they would be legally required to pay you back any funds that were illegally stolen.
    24 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How come if a bank phones ME, I have to answer questions to prove MY identity before THEY will provide proof of who they are?

    Best answer: Tell them you have their number and you’ll calll them right back.
    Best answer: Tell them you have their number and you’ll calll them right back.
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago