1. Why invest in stocks
Let's start with our first video about why invest in stocks.
2. Learn about the U.S stock market
A detailed overview of the US stock market.
The PEG ratio is the ratio of PE to EPS growth rate.
Earnings Per Share
EPS represents the net profit earned by the company per share of stock.
Total shares outstanding
Total shares outstanding refer to the total number of shares issued by a company
Circuit breaker mechanism
Circuit breaker mechanism refers to a market protection mechanism designed to prevent excessive volatility in the stock market.
In share investing, share dividends are an important way to generate returns.
The dividend yield represents the dividend per share expressed as a percentage of the share's current market price.
An important indicator in the stock market that reflects the level of buying and selling activities of stocks during a specific period
Shares outstanding refer to the number of company's issued shares that are actively traded in the market.
ROE helps investors understand a company's profit quality and capital operations
ROA provides investors with a quick way to assess the financial health of a company.
Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)
The CAGR indicates the average annualized compound growth rate of an asset over a period of time.
A commonly used form of charting in financial market technical analysis.
A technical analysis tool that assists investors in determining investment trends.
The Sharpe ratio is a measure of the performance of an asset or investment portfolio.
Representing the cost incurred by choosing one valuable option over another when making an economic decision.
The deficit shows how much the government owes.
Expansionary monetary policy and contractionary monetary policy.
P/E and P/B
A common indicator used to evaluate whether a stock is overvalued or undervalued.
Reserve requirement cut and Interest rate cut
A policy action taken by the central bank to decrease the amount of reserves
A short-term financial market that utilizes short-term debt instruments and focuses on liquidity
Episode 1: Dark Cloud Cover
A bearish pattern based on technical analysis
Episode 2: Morning Star
The Morning Star is considered a bullish pattern
Episode 3: Evening Star
The Morning Star is a bearish pattern
Episode 4: Three Black Crows
Three Black Crows is a more obvious bearish pattern.
Episode 5: Three white soldiers
Three white soldiers is a bullish pattern
Episode 6: Head and Shoulders
The head and shoulders chart pattern looks like a human head and two shoulders.
Episode 7: Inverted head and shoulders
The inverted head and shoulders chart pattern looks like an inverted head and two shoulders.
Episode 8: Rising Three Methods
The rising three methods are a technical pattern of a continued rise.