I decided that instead of putting all my extra savings in a bank account I will invest half into a the market. Im looking for stocks that will go up long term and are on the low risk side.
I'm in my early twenties exploring retirement plan options. I collect precious metal coins and bars and sell them for profit, but have never looked into an IRA that utilizes precious metals for money rather than paper money. Obviously the value of precious metals can drop and rise, but paper money can also...
The scheme was fairly simple. When someone "invested" with Madoff, Madoff simply deposited that money into his personal Chase Manhattan bank account.
And when someone requested a redemption, Madoff paid it out of the same account.
As long as the amount of the deposits exceeded the amount of redemption...
You can't. They aren't a public company, and don't appear to be looking for private investors.
I only have $500 to invest, could I lose all of that and more?
For example ; You have a groupchat with let’s say 200 members and you give them a signal to buy a particular stock because you believe it will start pushing up. Then after it pushes up you believe it will start coming down so you tell them to sell. What’s the legality behind this?
I know nothing about stocks what can I do with it? How can I locate it?
$500 out of $20,000 over 6 months = 5% per year
That and "close to zero risk" doesn't go together.
Vanguard's VFSTX investment grade corporate bond fund has low volatility and about 1/2 of your target yield.
That depends on what the company does. .....It's probably not going to be good for you .... your stock has serious problems or it wouldn't have been delisted ..... If it does get going again it's likely it'll reverse split to get the price higher ...that's not good .
UPDATE : I am not...