Stock market.

      The Stock Market is a place where shares of a company are sold to the general public in order to make a profit. A stock market, equity market, or shared market is an assembly of investors and traders of stocks, who collectively represent ownership interests in companies; these can include securities listed in a large publicly traded index such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Companies in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) are required to submit reports to the NASDAQ; of audited financial statements which are prepared for shareholders to read. Consequently, this type of market provides information for both Buyers and Sellers. It is important to note that shares of stock listed in the New York Stock Exchange are listed individually and not as a part of a larger company. This also means that shares of the company's common stock are not transferable between any entity; instead, these are considered an asset and are subject to the restrictions and rules governing personal property.
     One of the most famous examples of a company listed on the New York Stock Exchange is Apple. The apple computer was one of Steve Jobs' first ventures and was sold to a company by a group of investors led by venture capitalist, Mark Zuckerberg. This group made an offer of about $is in stock for each share. This initial offering soon brought attention to the company and its founder, making it one of the fastest growing companies in history.
     There are many similarities between the stock market and Investing in general. Like investing, you purchase shares of stock at a cost and hope to make a profit. You also have voting rights attached to your shares of stock. Like shares of any other sort of publicly traded entity, you have the right to sell your shares and receive a payment based on how much you have actually paid for them, but unlike stocks sold in a corporation, there are no restrictions on what kind of assets you can own if you purchase them.
     The New York Stock Exchange is simply a stock market where listed and unlisted companies are traded. The New York Stock Exchange trades between corporations and individual buyers. Unlike trading in commodities or options, buying and selling stocks in the stock market does not require an intermediary like a broker. You don't have to worry about who to trust or pay. Instead all you have to do is go online and purchase the shares you want to buy.
     Just like trading in the stock market you also will have to make purchases and sell shares with the use of a stock ticker. A stock ticker is a computer program that gives you real time information on specific stocks as they change. It gives information such as what stocks are moving and when they are moving so that you can get in on the ground floor while it's hot. You can also sign up for a newsletter that will tell you what stocks are set to perform well based on market data.
     There are two types of traders: buyers and sellers. Buyers are those individuals or firms looking to purchase shares. Sellers are individuals or firms looking to sell their shares. The two types of transactions are known as short sales and long sales. In a short sale transaction, the seller and buyer agree to sell their shares at a discounted price; usually 50% or more of the current stock price is offered.
     Long transactions involve individuals selling shares of their stock exchanges. The buyer is typically a financial company, and the person selling shares is known as a vendor. Both parties come to an agreement regarding the price they are willing to sell. In order to facilitate the transaction, the exchanges provide market makers offer quotations to the buyers. Market makers keep a constant supply of shares for sale to the market.
     In addition to stock market investing there are other ways that some companies raise money. Many corporations issue dividends to shareholders to raise money. Many large hedge funds also use their investments to trade on the stock market. Regardless of what type of investment you choose to make, it's important to remember that these strategies can work for you as long as you take the time to research them.

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