Your Questions About Money Making Stocks

Maria asks…

how do people get enough money to make giant 5 building hotels?

i went to this hotel in pensecola and it was had 5 buildings all had pools and flat screen TVs in every room.And i kept wondering how people could get enough money to make this,any ideas?

John answers:

Believe it or not, EVERYTHING made or created by humans, starts with an idea. Look around you. At one time, EVERYTHING you see around you was an idea.

“The climb up the corporate ladder of success” to success doesn’t start at the very top. It begins at the very bottom – cleaning bathrooms, washing dishes and pots. Cleaning out grease traps, sweeping parking oots AND ALL those menial tasks no one else enjoys doing or even likes doing – BUT those jobs have to get done.

They’re ALL part of “paying dues”. Many folks did those jobs before that person on the bottom. After a person moves up or move-on to better positions, many others will be doing those same jobs. In fact, its very possible the person who did those jobs will be training those coming after that person.

As a person “moves up the ladder” and advances, he/she develops a “track record”. Its those things he/she does or doesn’t do, which causes others to pay attention or to ignore that person.

Being honest, coming in early; staying late; looking for ways to save money and be more productive; being dependable AND knowledgeable; doing ALL the right things – and doing them well.

As the person advances, he/she is put in charge of different projects. Works well with others; delegates authority; follows up. Becomes a leader – leading by example.

Eventually opportunities present themselves or that person decides its time to do the things he/she is ready to do to RELLY succeed – for himself/herself AND for those who have enough faith and confidence in that person.

Business plans are prepared; meetings are arranged; money is raised; financing is arranged through stock sales and other opportunities are presented for others to p[articipate – or not to participate.

Its not an easy road. There is always a price to pay: time, money, health, happiness – many times, all of them. NOT every poerson makes it.

This picture I presented barely scratched the surface.

Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it!

Ron Berue
Yes, that is my real last name!

Laura asks…

I’d like to start buying/trading Stocks. What’s the best way to do so?

I’ve never purchased a stock in my life. I don’t work anymore, so I’d like to learn how to make money using the Stock Market. Is there a tutorial? Perhaps a step-by-step instruction for idiots?

John answers:

First important thing is that if you are not working I would strongly suggest finding a job. Investing can be a slow process. You don’t just plop a few bucks in the market and get windfall cash. It’s just not reality.

Get a job. Establish a lifestyle that utilizes 80% of that jobs income. Invest the 20% and eventually you will enjoy the rewards of investing.


Mary asks…

What are some variables that effect the rise and fall of stock prices?

What are some examples of things that make a stock price rise and fall?

John answers:

Positive effects…
+Future earnings or revenue increasing
+Good Audio cast during the Quartly reports
+Jim Cramer touts the stock during his mad money show
+a company that under promises and overdelivers
+word of replacing a bad CEO
+new hot products on the market
+substantial increase in institutional ownership
+money flowing out of one sector and into this one
+breakout formations (technical); eg; cup and handle, rising wedge, MACD crossovers.

Negative effects are the opposite of the above.

Sharon asks…

How much money do you actually make from Stocks?

So im new to investing and the stock market. So if i buy a few stocks in a successful company, would i recieve money every month? Also how much money would i recieve from a stock worth around $200, Thanks, also remember im new to this!

John answers:

You buy just one stock in a company whose stock offering is broken down into shares.

When you buy a company’s stock, you hope its value will rise above the amount you paid. You won’t receive money from it unless you sell it unless it happens to pay a dividend. This is something you’ll check out before making your purchase as it could influence your decision to buy it.

Regardless of what you pay for the stock, you will not receive anything until you sell it. I suspect you’re thinking that stock operates like a bank, offering interest. Alas, it doesn’t work that way. It’s more like you buy something you hope or expect will become more popular. If that should happen, buyers will be willing to pay more to own your shares annd you may be tempted to sell them for a profit.

Good question—keep on asking and learning!


Betty asks…

where should I move my 401k to make money when the debt ceiling crisis is resolved?

I have a T-Rowe Price 401k thru my employeer. I’m 100% sure that the debt ceiling crisis will be resolved and I don’t know where to move my stocks to make money when it does. The markets are down because of anxiety and I’m sure they’ll bounce back strong after a resolution! Thanks!

John answers:

Move them out of us stock, the market is heading for another crash.

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