Which stocks are best?

I dont know anything about Stocks, im only 17. But im very intrested in Stocks and i want to the best way to handle stocks and which ones to buy and what no to do.

Can you tell me about them and your experiences from your 1st Point of View, what are the do's and dont's.
And any advice or tricks you can

I dont know anything about Stocks, im only 17. But im very intrested in Stocks and i want to the best way to handle stocks and which ones to buy and what no to do.

Can you tell me about them and your experiences from your 1st Point of View, what are the do's and dont's.
And any advice or tricks you can give would be very helpful.
Thank you!

Other answer:

Joe Morones:
You dont ask about investing books, but alot of newbies do. Instead I think online websites offer enough knowledge (at least enough to get you started). Learn investing terms from investopedia.com and nasdaq.com. My experience with stock includes gains and losses. Nearly all investors have both. Over time you will develop your strategy with stocks. You can either buy and hold for months or years or you could sell after little quick hits and move on to the next stock. Theres more than 6,000 company stocks on US stock markets so you wont run out of choices. The unofficial national motto when buying stocks is buy low and sell high. Thats the most basic advice that most give. In addition, Ill add to not panic and hit the sell button when the stocks that you have bought have lost some value. Every day stocks gain or lose value, so just let it ride unless there is some awful, awful news about the company. Also, do not buy a stock that has a few days of big gains. It is likely that that stock will soon come down to Earth and it will save you a little bit of money if you are patient. Patience is a big key in buying stocks unless you have decided to buy and sell quickly. As for your original question, alot of people would say stocks like Walmart, Facebook and Disney are best. They are very solid, yet they are already expensive stocks so in my opinion you should look for stocks that have a high outlook for the future and have yet to have a big breakout. Think stocks that are $10 or below. Walmart isnt likely to triple or better in the future, but there are plenty of up-and-comers who that is a very reasonable expectation for. Good luck in your investing endeavor!
The Old Guy:
Without knowing more of your personal information, and current financial status and other data such as risk tolerance, martial status, demographics current income & expenses it would be very inappropriate for me or any other responsible person, especially a professional from the investment industry, to provide specific investment information in this type of media. At the same time, it would not be prudent of you to accept any specific investment advice from those you personally know nothing about especially a responder here at Yahoo Answers.

Those responders here on YA. that did provide specific investing ideas based on the Information you have provided demonstrate a lack any real investment experience and have also proven that they do not understand the proper communications with new investors suggested by regulatory authorities and for those that claim they have professional titles and/or licenses one would question their integrity and professionalism.

What is a "good" stock for you may not be a good stock for others. The definition of good stock may b e one the provides dividends, or one that may increase in value in a short period of time or one that will grow over the years. A "good" stock needs to be better defined.

Here''s some websites you should look at to help you select "good" stocks

Investors Business Daily – http://www.investors.com/store/
Investors Hub – http://www.investorshub.com/
Naveller – http://navelliergrowth.investorplace.com…
1 Source For Stocks – http://www.1source4stocks.com/info/stock…
Schaeffer’s http://www.schaeffersresearch.com/
Smart Money – http://www.smartmoney.com/
Trading Markets – http://www.tradingmarkets.com/
Zacks Research – http://www.zacks.com/

STEPHEN:
The best stocks are the ones that go up in value. Don't "invest" money you can't afford to lose.
Rolf Golf:
There is no real trick… first off, be prepared to lose money… alot of it… for a number of years, then you start to understand what you are doing and then you start to profit consistently if you managed to sort out all the lessons learnt.
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