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✨Are stocks and options really that different? ↗️Introduction: 🖊️Different types of investments offer different returns and risk levels. Before investing, individuals should understand the options available to them and make a decision based on their individual financial goals and risk tolerance. Mutual funds, bonds, stocks, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and stock options are all available to individual investors. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, so it's important to understand them before making a decision. This section discusses key differences between two investments popular with investors: investing in stocks and trading stock options. ↗️Your stocks represent your ownership of a company, while your options represent your choices for a business. 🖊️Stocks represent ownership in a public company. When you buy a stock, you become the owner of that company. A stockholder has voting rights in important company matters and shares the dividends (if any) paid by the company with a company. A stock option holder is given the choice to buy or sell (depending on option type) a stock, but none of the benefits of stock ownership. Options expire on a future date called the expiration date, after which the investor no longer has the choice to buy or sell. Stocks do not expire. Stocks and options can be sold by an investor to another investor. Options may be sold before or on expiration date. 🖊️I am going to start a series of social media posts that take the individual investor to get to know smart money (stocks, options, and dark pool prints data). We will start with the basics and take it step by step until we go deep into the data. #stocks #investments #finance #investment #investing #invest #investor #investors #investmentopportunity #stockmarkets #trading #stockmarket #smartinvesting #moneymoves #tradingoptions #markets #publicans #publicafterdark #publicclassroom #publiccommunity
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