Stocks And Shares Retirement Rescue Plr Ebook

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Table Of Contents


Chapter 1: Stocks Basics

Chapter 2: Shares Basics

Chapter 3: The Variable Differences Between Stocks And Shares

Chapter 4: Trading Fundamentals Of The Stock Market

Chapter 5: Stock Price Fluctuations And Share Price Determination

Chapter 6: The Advantages Of Using Stocks And Shares

Chapter 7: When To Get Out Of The Market

Wrapping Up

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Chapter 2: Shares Basics


Buying shares means buying ownership in the company. The ownership ratio would depend largely on the amount of shares bought. The idea behind purchasing such shares is based on the individual’s interests and needs to be a participating entity in the said business.

Such shareholders make a conscious choice to play an active role in the daily running of the business entity, which would entail making key decision that will dictate the company future and directions. However such participation would involve a considerable investing capital to procure the intended shares.

Shares basics

Smaller businesses would not need to go through the complicated processes that usually involve extensive legal ramifications, but instead opt to procure investment on a much smaller scale, such as from family members, friends and other interested investors. These investments are usually kept to a minimum to ensure the actual dictating power will remain largely with the intended original controlling party.

For the bigger companies shares can be offered by approaching business angel investors and venture capital investing firms. These entities are always on the lookout for good investment opportunities but they don’t necessarily want to actually get involved in an already successful set up. Therefore just being a shareholder that collects on the profits or dividends in enough an investment decision to make. For the actual business owner this can be a rather ideal arrangement as outside interferences can often cause the connecting elements to the business to become confused, with the implementation of conflicting and varied new inclusions in the business engine.

The advantage of this type of procurement capital style is that there is no need to pay off debts caused by borrowings and instead it is simply the exercise of dividing up the profits according to the shareholder’s investing percentages. For some this is considered an easier option compared to the others available in the market.

Chapter 3: The Variable Differences Between Stocks And Shares


To most people who are not savvy in the investing tools that can provide good sources of income. The stocks and shares are just one and the same. However for those who dabble in these types of investments the differences are only too obvious.

The following are some of the more common and easily explained differences:

The Differences

Stocks are primary investment style elements that are commonly paid up in full. As for the acquiring of shares, payments can be either in full or staggered. It would all depend on the agreements drawn up by the owner of the business who is extending the participating platform.

Companies that are incorporated are privy to the share issuing style of investments; however this cannot be extended to those wanting to invest as stocks as stock options cannot be issued under these same circumstances.

Therefore only listed companies with strong portfolios can apply to have their company offer stocks as investment opportunities for interested parties.

Stocks have the convenience of transferable facilities that don’t require long waiting periods or periods where legal implications have to be sorted out first. With stocks the transferring methods are clear and quick and can be done in fractional parts.

When it come to the shares style of investment the same cannot be applied as firstly shares cannot the divided below the face value of each share nor can the transactions be done conveniently and often.

The legal implications that the transferring of shares constitutes is not as easy or as convenient as that of stocks which can be done registered or unregistered through a simple delivery method. Shares however have to be always registered and are not transferable by just a simple delivery.

All shares have a serial number which depicts the legality of the document. This however does not apply to stocks which are unnumbered serially or otherwise.

Chapter 4: Trading Fundamentals Of The Stock Market


Understanding the term fundamentals, would allow the individual to make the relevant connections to the stock market movements from a more informed view.

Basically the fundamentals of a stock refers to its wholesome merits rather than just basing its value on the pricing movement tagged to the stock itself.

Therefore fundamental analysis is more for the discerning investor, who is interested in investing in stocks that have sound business engines backing them.


These may come from proper assessments and performance valuations which the informed investor will insist of being privy too, before actually making the commitment to invest in the said stocks.

Technical analysis usually does not yield the same amount of interest from serious investors, as the price fluctuations usually don’t honestly depict the company’s capabilities or merits.

The following are some of the fundamental elements that would contribute to investors making bids on the stock market exchange regularly and with impact:

The cash flow of a company being listed on the stock exchange is usually able to meet the most impressive basic requirements before it can be considered suitable for listing.

Failing to accomplish this minimal requirement will result in the particular stock options listing being rejected.

Impressive returns on assets is also another factor that will ensure the stock attracts the attention of those interested investors. Without these returns well documented and visible the business entity would not be able to have the required fundamental placings that are usually sought by investors.

Good fundamentals would have a solid profit history where the retention of such profits fuel further funding for growth possibilities. Investing in such strong entities will give the investor the confidence needed to make the commitment.

This would also encompass the soundness of the capital management of the company where the maximization of the earning capacity is evident.

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