5 Quick Tips for Stock Trading Online
Apr30

5 Quick Tips for Stock Trading Online

Some new investors might not know this, but exchanging shares of investment in public companies used to be a very inclusive business. For example, when the New York Stock Exchange first opened its doors, there were only 1,366 seats available for traders to process orders. With the meteoric rise of communication technologies like the internet, online investing was born. Anyone, anywhere, at any time can simply point and click to...

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Crowdsourcing Meets Investing: The Three Models Of Crowdfunding [INFOGRAPHIC]
Apr28

Crowdsourcing Meets Investing: The Three Models Of Crowdfunding [INFOGRAPHIC]

Private financing hasn’t been easy for small- to mid-sized companies the past 10 years. Ever since Enron and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), regulations and associated fees have crippled the ability of startups to source money by severely limiting their options to do so. The recently-passed Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, however, aims to reverse this by basically making it easier for small investors and small companies to...

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What New Investors Ought To Know About Dividends
Apr23

What New Investors Ought To Know About Dividends

Is cash really king? A wise man once said “Cash is king!” We all love cash, we love it in our wallet, we love it in our bank accounts, we love it in our jeans after forgetting about it and discovering it after taking it out of the dryer, we love cash no matter where we stash it. As investors though, we don’t love it when companies stash it. We hate when they stash it in the bank; we hate when they stash it in some...

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The Stock Market: It’s Not Just For Suits Anymore.
Apr19

The Stock Market: It’s Not Just For Suits Anymore.

Hello, and welcome to the official SprinkleBit Investing blog! You’re probably here because you want to learn about investing, which is great. Or, you may be¬†worried about the current state of financial affairs. Sure, the economic situation may look¬†promising, but it’s uncertain if the present stability will last. One thing is certain, though: all bad economic decisions are made from a lack of information about how...

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