1 you put out 1500 shares of stock and sell 800$ for a billionth of a share so you still dont own a whole stock billionth millions hundreth all the
same the thing is all your buying is a big sheet of paper thats say i like this company and you now own 1 billions of a peice of a sheet of paper that
say i realy like your company
2 when you buy stock all you get is stock you dont own any thing on the grounds of the company or any thing at all nothing
3 buying stock helps the company grow faster they now have 800 big ones for a sheet of paper with blah blahs name and how much said sheet is worth and
maybe a fancy seal and your signatur or some big tops blurry hand out
4 wonce you have bought stock you now have to sell to people who want stock in a company at what ever price your charging
so i ask you how do you feel about stocks now and whats are we to do about the sitcheation
If your not day trading, you can either request a paper copy of tne transaction, our eraser you can buy stock of the exchange and directly from the
corp. In short, you make no logical sense, sorry. Owning stock is a form of ownership.
A growing company can give returns in value but when the company is mature
it can give dividends better than the savings banks give now of around 1%.
Sure 1% or lower for most stocks, or zero, but some pay larger dividends.
So you do own something and not just a paper unless the workers are so
bad the stock goes down. Lets say you own some sort of a contract that
should sound like my first statement and not like the one before this one.
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