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American Society STOCK BROKERS : IN THIS POWERPOINT: -STOCK AND SHARES IN THE 1920’s -THE GREAT WALL STREET CRASH …in the 1920’s Jos Ma, Mabel Lo, Vinay Vaswani & Megan Chan (9E)
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What’s a Stock Broker? A stock broker is a qualified professional who buys and sells shares in the stock market. A typical job of a stock broker would be to help a client invest money . After the investment, a percentage of the profit is then given to the stock broker . Luck plays a big part in investing as well.
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Why Buy Stocks and Shares? People buy (and “invest”) stocks and shares to earn $ M O N E Y $. They believed money would “multiply”. Buying stocks at LOW , and selling at HIGH . For example, when 1,000 shares of stocks is put into $1.00 worth stocks that rise to $1.50 , $500 is earned. Stocks can be a quick way to earn money! Investing is a form of earning money. 1,000 $1.00 stocks/shares INVEST! ($1.00 increases to $1.50) 1,500 $1.50 stocks/shares ($500 profit)
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Wall Street Located in lower Manhattan, New York . It is a street that
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