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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Unicorn, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. Unicorn

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    Hi, I live in Bulgaria and I'm interested of investing in stocks and real estate. I'm here to find useful information on these topics and also to collaborate with you guys.
     
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    • Real Estate: When you invest in real estate, you are buying physical land or property. Some real estate costs you money every month you hold it — think of a vacant parcel of land that you hope to sell to a developer someday but have to come up with cash out-of-pocket for taxes and maintenance. Some real estate is cash generating — think of an apartment building, rental houses, or strip mall where the tenants are sending you checks each month, you pay the expenses and keep the difference as the profit.
      • Stocks: When you buy shares of stock, you are buying a piece of a company. Whether that company makes ice cream cones, sells furniture, manufacturers motorcycles, creates video games, or provides tax services, you are entitled to a cut of the profit, if any, for every share you own. If a company has 1,000,000 shares outstanding and you own 10,000 shares, you own 1% of the company. Wall Street makes it seem far more complicated than it is. The company’s Board of Directors, who are elected by stockholders just like you to watch over the management, decides how much of the profit each year gets reinvested in expansion and how much gets paid out as cash dividends.
     
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