Sellers Remorse

Starting off trading on Robinhood a while back I bought some stocks in a few companies I thought were undervalued and were due to rebound. This was before I started educating myself and way before I understood that I needed a strategy. Full disclosure; I bought shares of General Electric (GE), JC Penny (JCP), and... Continue Reading →

Free Tools For Screening Stocks

As a part time investor I try to keep my expenses low. I currently trade on three platforms; Acorns, Robinhood, and M1 Finance. My total cost? $1 a month. Free screening tools: Yahoo Finance TradingView sinkorswim Yahoo Finance is my go to screener. It has free charts, news, fundamentals, financials, and analysis. As a value... Continue Reading →

Dogs of the Dow

Today I officially funded my M1 account. I posted earlier that M1 Finance is a free investing platform where you create a portfolio as a pie. The pie allows you to own fractional shares of a stock which gives an easier point of entry to owning higher priced equities. Initially I was playing with the... Continue Reading →

M1 Finance

I recently stumbled on an investing app called M1 Finance. It's a free to use brokerage that offers both mobile and web trading tools. As of this writing I have not invested in my account but did set up a trading plan. M1 offers investors the ability to create a portfolio where money is invested... Continue Reading →

Robinhood

Shortly after I started investing in Acorns I got the itch to start picking my own stocks. I gave myself a crash course on stock investing with Investopedia and started researching stocks with Yahoo Finance. There are traditional platforms to choose from like TD Ameritrade and Charles Schwab, among others, who have a stellar reputation with a... Continue Reading →

Acorns

My first step into stock market started with the investing app Acorns. I didn't really understand it other than it rounded up my debit card purchases and used the difference to invest the loose change. It has been almost a year since I started and have a pretty good handle on their trading platform. Acorns... Continue Reading →

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