When purchasing shares it is good o be conscious of what shares you purchase. Not every company share is worth buying. Often when investors are starting out, they purchase stock because of what dividend it promises, the problem with that is that you are overlooking so many things, like the past performance of the company and the predicted growth rate based upon that performance. The best stocks to buy are those that show great signs of growth because they have had a consistently good performance in the past. It really is not about what everyone is buying. It makes sense to actually do your own rasearch. Don't just look at what someone is offering in the form of dividends, take a keen look at what it is offering in terms of performance.
Investing in shares is one of the safest methods - with relatively small risk - placement of capital. Given that stock trading is no margin, the shares can be held indefinitely without connection in available capital account. To decrease the risk assumed by the financial investment portfolio weighted shares will be built with a structure that starts usually from the index stock. How to buy shares? Buying shares on the stock exchange - as their sale - is through an intermediary, a broker occupying such a position intermediary between end users and the Stock Exchange. Nobody can tell you which are the best stocks to invest. Decision-making process when buying or selling shares is complex. It is based on a series of economic-financial factors but also on the state of the capital market itself