How to buy a stock
Buying your first stock is not as complicated as many make it sound or believe it to be. You do not need a fancy computer or multiple monitors. You do not need fancy scanners or a fancy degree.
First you need to establish an account with a broker much like webull or etrade. We bull has a promotion where you get two free stocks when you deposit $100 into the account and generally it’s a good starting point for first time investors. You can download webull on this link to get your free stocks https://act.webull.com/k/wgPXM6qjE9N8/main
Once you have funded your account now you would look up the stock you want to purchase for example DIS (Disney) then you will pick which type of order you want to use, normally a limit order is what most people use to open a position. DIS is generally speaking a safe long term stock to purchase for investment purposes. Once you set your limit buy price you click buy and wait for the order to fill. That is it you just bought your first share of a stock!
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