Newbie's Guide to The Stock Market Part II--Order Types

Cynthia Crafter, Personal Finance and Investing Blogger

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10 Videos (41m)
    • Introduction

      0:47
    • Order Type #1

      2:19
    • Order Type #1 Example

      8:58
    • Order Type #2

      2:51
    • Order Type #2 Example

      8:38
    • Order Type #3

      0:53
    • Order Type #3 Example

      5:16
    • Order Type #4

      5:41
    • Order Type #4 Example

      4:24
    • SUMMARY

      1:02

About This Class

In the second part of this series, we will be covering order types. Order types are important because, like anything else in life, negotiating prices are key to get a good or fair price when making purchases. Stocks are no different. How much you make (or how much you lose) can be determined a lot by trade execution and management.  This class is for beginners. It covers the most common types of stock orders.  Knowing how these orders work are critical to stock trading and/or investing. Don't start buying and selling until you understand what these order types mean. Remember knowledge is POWER!

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Cynthia Crafter

Personal Finance and Investing Blogger

Passionate Stock Investor.

BBA in Accounting. MS in Information Systems.

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Neither degree helped me manage or grow my money. I read, researched, and took every class I could to learn what nobody teaches in school - personal finance and investing.

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