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Are you looking for a quick and easy way to make money? If "yes" then you need to buy shares. Why? Because if you know how to deal with them you are going to make a lot of money only sitting and watching some digits. Shares are an easy way to make money but this domain is so risky. You can buy shares at any time if you have already some money but nobody can guarantee you that you will make a big profit from the begining. You may lose everything from the start. My advice: go and learn something much about this domain, learn how it works and how you can use it. If you do that, you win.
Most investors just buy shares without consider some factors and this sometimes lead to the loss of their money invested on shares. Here are some factors to be consider before buying shares: percentage of dividend, terms, profile of company. It is important to read more on investment or consult stock brokers before buying shares for better advice. Note that dividend varies with time.
Buy shares is the esiest way to invest money. By buying an action you get hold of a share in a company's capital. And you participate in company profits through dividend, if the company decides to distribute it, in case there are any profits. If the company is at a loss, nothing is received. The shares can be ordinary, privilege and savings. With savings shares you are entitled to a higher dividend than ordinary shares. But there is no right to vote in ordinary and extraordinary meetings. With the privileged also but do not have the right to vote in the ordinary assembly, but only in the extraordinary one. Small savers once preferred these last two categories of titles. Not only because they obtained a higher return, but also because the dividend was cumulative. Cumulation is expected in case of non-distribution of dividends. Moreover, when the company decided to remove the privileged or savings shares from the market, because it was not very liquid, the shareholder received ordinary shares in exchange.