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InvestorEducation / Learning to Invest Jul 16, 2020 - 01:33 PM GMT

By: Sumeet_Manhas

InvestorEducation

Everyone wants to get an extra buck for their livelihood. It enables one to pay their bills more comfortably, live a good life, and throw some pennies into their savings account. Now, as you may already know, the stock market has been and still is a cash cow for many. Apart from just a side hustle, many people earn a living from stock trading. Some have even managed to accumulate huge wealth, thanks to being strategic and resilient. If you’re just getting started in stock investing or are considering diversifying your investment basket, you probably can’t help but wonder which stocks are the most profitable.

If that sounds anything like you, you are definitely on the right track. But there’s one big challenge as far as stocks investment is concerned. Although you can profit massively from trading stocks, there’s always a certain degree of incurring a loss. This is because the market keeps fluctuating and considering the many stock options out there to pick from, choosing the most profitable stocks can be a real frustration. Read on to discover how to find the best stocks to invest in.


Try an Online Stock Advisor

If you’re really determined to make the most out of stock trading, one of the things you can do is talk to a financial advisor. However, financial advisors don’t come cheap, not forgetting how hectic it can be to find a reliable one. Thanks to the internet, you don’t have to sweat it out physically looking for professional financial advice. Why do that when you can get stocks investment advice right from the comfort of your home or office? As seen in this Motley Fool review, an online stock advisor tool lifts all the weight from your shoulders as far as choosing the best stocks is concerned. With features such as monthly stock picks, educative resources, and stock research material, the tool ensures you don’t waste hours or even days trying to find the best stocks in the market. It allows you to discover the top stocks on the market, making it easy to invest in confidence and maximize your returns.

Many stock advisor platforms also feature an online community where you can get interactive and engage with stock investors like you and learn a thing or two about improving your financial life. No matter how small or big the seed you’re putting in is, you will always find reputed online stock advisors beneficial.

Evaluate The Company’s Performance

A company’s overall performance dictates its position in the stock market. Top performers often have a large number of investors, who highly value the company for its good returns. Well, you can use this to your advantage when choosing stocks to invest in.

Before making your decision, you can start by identifying top performers in your industry, location, or area of interest. From there, you can get each company’s previous financial reports and determine how their stocks have been performing over the last few months. In addition to the stock trading value, some things you may want to know about the company before buying their stocks include:

  1. Revenue
  2. Net income
  3. Profit margin
  4. Debt-equity ratio

Do a Thorough Research on the Market

Just like any business venture, it is important to do stock market research and see what you are about to invest in. This means researching the types of stocks available, the net income, earnings per share, price-earnings, revenue, returns, risks,  growth rate, or any other information you would wish to know about the market before you invest. When targeting a specific company, your research should be in the context of revealing the company’s financial history. Research may also involve checking out reputed stockbrokers’ websites for insights.

Find Value for Your Money

Once you have researched the market, find the one that matches your financial venture. Separate the companies whose stocks are expensive from the ones with cheap stocks. The latter could mean that they are giving you a good deal with a fair value for your money, but this may not always be the case. A stock’s value is determined by dividing its current price of one share by annual earnings per share. The resulting number is called the price-earnings (P/E) ratio. For instance, an investor may be willing to buy Mac stock at a P/E of 20 this year and they paid 30 P/E last year. The lower you pay for the earning, the better the deal. The facts and figures can help guide your decision-making.

Comprehend Your Stock Screeners

Screens are all over the internet, and most online stockbrokers have them. Some of the best stock screeners allow you to customize and categorize your search based on expected growth rates and other factors. They simplify the work for you by analyzing the stock market from any angle or criteria you wish. All the same, it is important to understand the screener you are using and how it works to give the best research results. 

Investing in stocks requires strategy, a bold heart, and a speculative mind. To get the best returns, you also need to get investor education, stay informed, and up-to-date with the market environment. When looking for the best stocks to invest in, the above points can help.

By Sumeet Manhas

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Disclaimer: The above is a matter of opinion provided for general information purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. Information and analysis above are derived from sources and utilising methods believed to be reliable, but we cannot accept responsibility for any losses you may incur as a result of this analysis. Individuals should consult with their personal financial advisors.


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