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Key Benefits of Auto-investing and Fractional Shares

Summary Differences between a one-time purchase investmentandauto-invest 3 benefits of auto-invest 3 directions suitable for Auto-invest 3 strategies to assist in improving your auto-invest return 4 reminders to auto-invest Source: Visual ChinaHi Tigers,If you're following the stock market, you will know that the most expensive stock in the US is $Berkshire Hathaway(BRK.A)$ (quoted at $468232.75 By Nov 15th, 2022). As this is phenomenally expensive, many investors choose the more affordable $Berkshire Hathaway(BRK.B)$ as a smart and easy alternative option.The great news for investors is that both stocks exhibit almost the same trend as shown in the chart below.Data from TradingView as of 15 November, 2022Not every company has both A and B shares with different prices and not every investor is willing to purchase high price stocks.The most US expensive stocksThese 12 stocks
Key Benefits of Auto-investing and Fractional Shares

Lesson 3: Seven steps for choosing the most suitable ETFs

Hi, everyone!😄 Welcome to this session of the Tiger Academy, “ETFs for Beginners”In the previous lesson, we learned the classification of ETFs and mastered the knowledge and characteristics of different types of ETFs. But how do you decide which ETF is best for you?In this lesson, I will explain in seven steps. 1. Set investment goalsThe first step in choosing an ETF is to set your personal investment goals.Each investor's expectation of returns and risk tolerance are different. So, before you start investing, you need to know what you want to achieve from your investments and how much risk you are willing to take. This will help you choose the right one.(1)Low appetite for riskRisk appetite corresponds to your target for investment returns. When risk appetite is low, your returns will naturally be relatively low.If your appetite for investment risk is relatively low, you can choose assets such as bond ETFs or currency ETFs.Go to the " Popular ETF" section of the Tiger trade app, sele
Lesson 3: Seven steps for choosing the most suitable ETFs

Lesson 2: Classification of ETFs

Hi, everyone! 😄 Welcome to this session of the Tiger Academy, “ETFs for Beginners”After completing the previous lessons, we learned about the concept and advantages of ETFs. ETFs not only save bother, they also save your money.In this lesson, I’m going to tell you about the four types of ETFs, so that you can understand the big family of ETFs more clearly.1、Classified by style of managementETFs can be classified into index ETFs and active ETFs, according to how they’re managed.Index ETFsAmong US stock market indices, the three most familiar are the Dow Jones, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq. If you are particularly optimistic about one of them and you want to make money from its rising performance, what should you do?It's simple, just find an ETF that tracks that index. For example, DIA is an ETF that tracks the Dow; QQQ is an ETF that tracks the Nasdaq; and SPY is an ETF that tracks the S&P 500.But there may be more than one ETF tracking the same index! Let's take the S&P
Lesson 2: Classification of ETFs

Lesson 1: The concept and advantages of ETFs

Hi, everyone!  😄 Welcome to this session of the Tiger Academy “ETFs for Beginners”In this course, I’m going to introduce you to the popular “stars” of the investment world – Exchange-Traded Funds or, as they are commonly known, ETFs. This ETF course has seven lessons.They are: concept and advantages of ETFs, classification of ETFs, eight steps to choose the right ETF for you, trading strategy for ETFs, ETF investment and strategy, risks associated with investing in ETFs and how to trade ETFs on the Tiger Trade app.Through these seven lessons, I will teach you what ETFs are and how to trade them.In the US, ETFs have become a widely known and commonly traded asset class. In fact, at the end of 2021, there were 2,900 exchange-traded ETFs.!Over the past decade, the total market cap of ETFs traded in the US has risen significantly from approximately $1.4 trillion to $6.2 trillion.(Data source: Bloomberg; The statistical period is up to 2021) ETFs have become some of the most popu
Lesson 1: The concept and advantages of ETFs

Lesson 2: Classification of ETFs

Hi, everyone! 😄 Welcome to this session of the Tiger Academy, “ETFs for Beginners”After completing the previous lessons, we learned about the concept and advantages of ETFs. ETFs not only save bother, they also save your money.In this lesson, I’m going to tell you about the four types of ETFs, so that you can understand the big family of ETFs more clearly.1、Classified by style of managementETFs can be classified into index ETFs and active ETFs, according to how they’re managed.Index ETFsAmong US stock market indices, the three most familiar are the Dow Jones, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq. If you are particularly optimistic about one of them and you want to make money from its rising performance, what should you do?It's simple, just find an ETF that tracks that index. For example, DIA is an ETF that tracks the Dow; QQQ is an ETF that tracks the Nasdaq; and SPY is an ETF that tracks the S&P 500.But there may be more than one ETF tracking the same index! Let's take the S&P
Lesson 2: Classification of ETFs

Lesson 1: The concept and advantages of ETFs

Hi, everyone!  😄 Welcome to this session of the Tiger Academy “ETFs for Beginners”In this course, I’m going to introduce you to the popular “stars” of the investment world – Exchange-Traded Funds or, as they are commonly known, ETFs. This ETF course has seven lessons.concept and advantages of ETFs, classification of ETFs, eight steps to choose the right ETF for you, trading strategy for ETFs, ETF investment and strategy, risks associated with investing in ETFs and how to trade ETFs on the Tiger Trade app.😄Through these seven lessons, I will teach you what ETFs are and how to trade them.In the US, ETFs have become a widely known and commonly traded asset class. In fact, at the end of 2021, there were 2,900 exchange-traded ETFs.!Over the past decade, the total market cap of ETFs traded in the US has risen significantly from approximately $1.4 trillion to $6.2 trillion.(Data source: Bloomberg; The statistical period is up to 2021) ETFs have become some of the most popular fina
Lesson 1: The concept and advantages of ETFs

Lesson 3: Seven steps for choosing the most suitable ETFs

Hi, everyone!😄 Welcome to this session of the Tiger Academy, “ETFs for Beginners”In the previous lesson, we learned the classification of ETFs and mastered the knowledge and characteristics of different types of ETFs. But how do you decide which ETF is best for you?In this lesson, I will explain in seven steps. 1. Set investment goalsThe first step in choosing an ETF is to set your personal investment goals.Each investor's expectation of returns and risk tolerance are different. So, before you start investing, you need to know what you want to achieve from your investments and how much risk you are willing to take. This will help you choose the right one.(1)Low appetite for riskRisk appetite corresponds to your target for investment returns. When risk appetite is low, your returns will naturally be relatively low.If your appetite for investment risk is relatively low, you can choose assets such as bond ETFs or currency ETFs.Go to the " Popular ETF" section of the Tiger trade app, sele
Lesson 3: Seven steps for choosing the most suitable ETFs

Lesson 2: Classification of ETFs

Hi, everyone! 😄 Welcome to this session of the Tiger Academy, “ETFs for Beginners”After completing the previous lessons, we learned about the concept and advantages of ETFs. ETFs not only save bother, they also save your money.In this lesson, I’m going to tell you about the four types of ETFs, so that you can understand the big family of ETFs more clearly.1、Classified by style of managementETFs can be classified into index ETFs and active ETFs, according to how they’re managed.Index ETFsAmong US stock market indices, the three most familiar are the Dow Jones, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq. If you are particularly optimistic about one of them and you want to make money from its rising performance, what should you do?It's simple, just find an ETF that tracks that index. For example, DIA is an ETF that tracks the Dow; QQQ is an ETF that tracks the Nasdaq; and SPY is an ETF that tracks the S&P 500.But there may be more than one ETF tracking the same index! Let's take the S&P
Lesson 2: Classification of ETFs

Lesson 1: The concept and advantages of ETFs

Hi, everyone!  😄 Welcome to this session of the Tiger Academy “ETFs for Beginners”In this course, I’m going to introduce you to the popular “stars” of the investment world – Exchange-Traded Funds or, as they are commonly known, ETFs. This ETF course has seven lessons.They are: concept and advantages of ETFs, classification of ETFs, eight steps to choose the right ETF for you, trading strategy for ETFs, ETF investment and strategy, risks associated with investing in ETFs and how to trade ETFs on the Tiger Trade app.Through these seven lessons, I will teach you what ETFs are and how to trade them.In the US, ETFs have become a widely known and commonly traded asset class. In fact, at the end of 2021, there were 2,900 exchange-traded ETFs.!Over the past decade, the total market cap of ETFs traded in the US has risen significantly from approximately $1.4 trillion to $6.2 trillion.(Data source: Bloomberg; The statistical period is up to 2021) ETFs have become some of the most popu
Lesson 1: The concept and advantages of ETFs

Key Benefits of Auto-investing and Fractional Shares

Summary Differences between a one-time purchase investment and auto-invest 3 benefits of auto-invest 3 directions suitable for auto-invest 3 strategies to assist in improving your auto-invest return 4 reminders to auto-invest Source from Visual ChinaHi Tigers,If you're following the stock market, you will know that the most expensive stock in the US is $Berkshire Hathaway(BRK.A)$ (quoted at $468232.75 By Nov 15th, 2022). As this is phenomenally expensive, many investors choose the more affordable $Berkshire Hathaway(BRK.B)$ as a smart and easy alternative option.The great news for investors is that both stocks exhibit almost the same trend as shown in the chart below.Data from TradingView as of 15 November, 2022Not every company has both A and B shares with different prices and not every investor is willing to purchase high price stocks.The most US expensive stock
Key Benefits of Auto-investing and Fractional Shares

【Investor Education】Exclusive Course Of ETF

HI tigers~Long time no see, welcome to the world of ETF Investing!😍Today, let's reward the winners of last season's "Financial Statements Column" :@LMSunshine @@koolgal @RDPD富爸穷爸   500 coins!~Learn with Tiger Academy and you'll get rewards too! Enter today's topic: ETF as a rising star in the investment world, it has the characteristics of "low cost", "high transaction efficiency", etc. It can provide investors with convenient and low-cost tools, and it is also a key index for investing in a specific market and industry. A comprehensive understanding of ETF can achieve efficient Asset Allocation. So, what exactly is ETF ? ETF (Exchange Traded Funds) sounds unfamiliar and tall, but it is actually an index fund that can be directly traded in the secondary market. It is a low threshold, simple an
【Investor Education】Exclusive Course Of ETF

How to trade my Twitter stock/options after acquisition?

 The world's richest man, Elon Musk, has completed his $44bn (£38.1bn) takeover of Twitter, according to US media and an investor in the social media firm.Shareholders of Twitter have expressed concern regarding the fate of their stock and options following the completion of the acquisition.Let's talk about stocks firstUpon completion of an acquisition, investors who hold the underlying stock will receive their shares at the acquisition price. You may close out your position yourself or wait until the acquisition has been completed.Let's talk about options againFirst of all, when the company is delisted, who will handle the options?OCC The Option Clearing Corporation Click to enter official website​What does OCC do with these unexpired options?The OCC has a file numbered 23988 File (which can be queried through OCC search)The name is: Accelerated Expiration Of Equity Cash Products-ReminderDocument description:Bot
How to trade my Twitter stock/options after acquisition?

Walter Schloss: I Like To Buy Stocks With Downside Protection

Source: wikipediaWalter J. Schloss was a well-regarded value investor as well as a notable disciple of the Benjamin Graham school of investing. Compared to Warren Buffett, Schlosser's holdings are more diversified and extremely demanding of safety.Someone said, "He has great integrity and does not charge management fees if the fund loses money that year. I was touched by his comment that many of my investors are poor and need money to live, and I must give them dividends once in a few years. That's the norm on earth."Over the period 1956 to 2000, Mr. Schloss and his son Edwin provided investors a compounded return of 15.3% compared with the S&P 500’s annual compounded return on 11.5%. The cumulative return for the period was 698.47 times, significantly outperforming the 80 times return of the S&P 500 over the same period.Schloss started managing the fund in 1955 after Benjamin Graham retiredMr. Schloss started on Wall Street in 1934, at the age of 18, in the midst of
Walter Schloss: I Like To Buy Stocks With Downside Protection

[Earnings Season] Review And surprise For Tigers

Hey, tigers:Congratulations! 😍You have finished all lessons about "Learn US financial statements ".Here is the contents before,You can bookmark and retweet first.Course link : US Stock Financial Statements for BeginnersColumn link :DAY1 : Sustainable Competitive Advantages ExplainedDAY2 : Lower Costs and Expenses Means Better?DAY 3 : 4 Major Fraudulent Methods Of Listed CompaniesDAY4 : How To Determine The Solvency Of A Company?DAY5: How To Judge The Profitability Of A Company?DAY6
[Earnings Season] Review And surprise For Tigers

10 Principles After 26 Bear Markets Without Ever Losing Money

As a professional investor for 68 years, Roy Neuberger experienced 27 bull markets and 26 bear markets in the 20th century. He never lost money in any year, and is known as the "stock market winner of the century".The Neuberger Berman company he founded had $200 billion under management.In his autobiography -"The Stock Market Winner of the Century: The Autobiography of Roy Neuberger, the father of American Mutual Funds," Neuberger summarized 10 principles of his investment career.Source: nb.com1. Know yourselfAfter analyzing all kinds of intertwined factors, if you can make a favorable decision. Then, you are suitable for investment.Do you have a speculative mentality? Do you feel uneasy about the risk?If you feel wrong, get out of it quickly, the stock market does not take as long as real estate to go through the procedures to correct. You are always able to escape from it.You need to have more energy, the ability to react quickly to numbers, and more importantly, common sen
10 Principles After 26 Bear Markets Without Ever Losing Money

DAY 11 Education : The Five Market Factors of Stock Analysis

Hey, tigers:Today is our last day of "Learn US financial statements".Review First: US Stock Financial Statements for BeginnersIn this article, I mainly introduce: The five market factors of stock analysis.In the previous article, you learned a lot of valuable information, and you mastered a method for trading stocks by combining analysis of company financial reports with stock valuations;So, besides financial reports and valuations, what other factors affect the price of a stock?In this article, I'm going to show you the "Big Five", the five rudimentary factors, that affect stock trading in the real world.1. Fundamentals Fundamentals can be divided into two types:The first type is micro-fundamentals. For example, what we have learned about corporate financial reports, corporate governance, the competitive environment, and industry profiles are all kinds of micro-fundamentals.The second type is econom
DAY 11 Education : The Five Market Factors of Stock Analysis

DAY10: The Davis Double Play explained

Hey, tigers:Today is our 10th day of "Learn US financial statements". In this article, I mainly introduce: The Davis Double Play explained.Many investors run into this problem: The valuation of a company is already high but, regardless of the horizontal to vertical ratio, they still feel it's a good investment. Should they go ahead and buy the stock of such a company anyway? Or maybe it's a great company, but its stock price has been beaten down; isn't buying an undervalued stock a smart thing to do?In this article, I'm going to teach you two new facts for trading stocks - the "Davis Double Play" and the "Davis Double killing." After learning about these terms, those questions will be answered.1. What is a "Davis Double Play" and "Davis Double Killing"?The Davis Double Play is actually quite simple: from our study of valuation, you learned that Price to Earnings (P/E) = Share Price (Price) / Earnings per share (EPS)When a company has good growth, its earnings per share goes up, an
DAY10: The Davis Double Play explained

DAY8: Finding And Selecting Good Companies

DAY8: Finding And Selecting Good Companies

DAY7 Education:The Main Industry Sectors Of US Stocks

review : US Stock Financial Statements for BeginnersHey, tigers:Today is our 7th day of "Learn US financial statements".In this article, I mainly introduce: the main industry sectors of US stocks.Those of you with investment experience will know that there are two steps to invest in stocks: selection and trading.To put it simply, we can select high-quality stocks based on the company's financial statements, and then trade the stocks in the market to earn earnings. So how to pick good stocks?The answer is: we must first understand the high-quality industry; In high quality industry shares, you will greatly increase the winning probability. Therefore, in this article today, we will mainly talk about the major industries of the U.S. stock market.1.How many industries are represented in the US stock market?GICS is considered to be the most reliable way to categorize US stocks. It was laun
DAY7 Education:The Main Industry Sectors Of US Stocks

DAY6 Education : The 4 Most Important Financial Metrics

Hey, tigers!Today is our sixth day of "Learn US financial statements". In this article, I mainly introduce: The 4 most important financial metrics.The previous article have prepared you well for reading financial statements. Starting from now, we will officially begin to apply what you've learned to investing.When you think about it, just what is it that concerns us most when evaluating a company for investment?Iguess you'd say, "Whether the company makes money and will continue to make money, whether it has smart management, and whether the company has ample cash or is deep in debt," right?We can address those concerns using 4 metrics: profitability, growth, operational capability, and solvency.The first metric: profitabilityProfitability simply indicates a company's ability to make a profit. This is generally expressed as the amount of profit over a certain period of time. Simply put, profitability shows whether a company is good at making money or not!How exactly do we go about asse
DAY6 Education : The 4 Most Important Financial Metrics

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