ロビンフッドのApp – The Difference Between Stocks and Bonds!

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ロビンフッドダウンロードリンク:

IOS:

HTTPS://itunes.apple.com/us/app/robinhood-free-stock-trading/id938003185?MT = 8

アンドロイド:

HTTPS://play.google.com/store/apps/details?ID = com.robinhood.android&HL = EN

ロビンフッドメインページ:

HTTPS://www.robinhood.com/

ドングリダウンロードリンク:

IOS:

HTTPS://itunes.apple.com/us/app/acorns-invest-spare-change/id883324671?MT = 8

アンドロイド:

HTTPS://play.google.com/store/apps/details?ID = com.acorns.android&HL = EN&GL =たち

ドングリメインページ:

HTTPS://www.acorns.com/

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ロビンフッドのApp – The Difference Between Stocks and Bonds!

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  1. A lot of people on Robinhood are trying to find a way to profit from Pokemon Go’s success, but can’t because Nintindo is not listed on Robinhood. しかしながら, due to the app draining battery life quickly, a company that makes phone charging cases is profiting from an increase in demand. The stock ticker is called ZAGG. It is however still expected that the company will report revenue loss by its next quarterly report which takes place on August 2nd, so it is definitely not a good long term buy at the moment. But for possible short term opportunity, maybe you could go over it? Just a suggestion

  2. Some comments. It’s complicated.

    [1] You can have short-term debt as well as long-term debt. It just depends. 例えば, the US issues 28-day treasuries as well as 30-year treasuries. (You’re right that the longer ones called treasury ‘bondswhile the shorter ones are called treasury ‘bills’. しかし, you didn’t make that clear from your discussion.)

    [2] I wouldn’t say that bonds are a little safer than stocks. I would say that it just depends. 確か, bonds give you back your principal. しかし, only if they don’t default, もちろん. You aren’t guaranteed your principal back. Some bonds are pretty secure compared to stocks while other bonds are super speculative. Some types of bonds have just a fraction of the volatility of stock indexes while other bonds are more volatile than stock indexes. The same can be said about returns. Some bonds have had very low returns compared to stock indexes while other bonds way outperform stocks.

    [3] It’s hard to make a generalization about the bond market as a whole. The bond market is much larger than the stock market. そして, the diversity in types of bonds and their return behavior is much greater than stock indexes which all act in a relatively similar fashion. (An exception is frontier market stocks, which aren’t really much integrated into the international stock market and thus can behave quite different from most stock index returns.)

    例えば, (A) the US stock market and European stock market are highly positively correlated with each otherin other words, they behave similarly: when one goes up, the other goes up and vice versa. (B) US treasury bonds and US stock indexes have a low correlation with each otherin other words, when one goes up, you just have little idea what the other is doing. 興味深いことに, US treasuries and US stocks actually tend to have a negative correlation during times of stock market instability/high volatilityin other words, during these times, when US stocks go down, US treasuries go up. (C) The US stock market and the US junk bond market are also positively correlated with each other (i.e., they both go up and down together). そして, the US junk bonds and treasuries have low correlation with each other. (Side note: following modern portfolio theory, you should own things that have low correlation and rebalance, and you should probably consider junk bonds to be in the same general ‘asset classas stocks since they behave in a similar way.)

    [4] Bonds and stocks trade differently. Most stocks that folks encounter trade on an exchange and often trade many times a day. 対照的に, a lot of bonds in these ETFs and other funds don’t trade that much at all and don’t trade on an exchange. このために, it often makes more sense to pay for active management of bonds via a fund since bond managers will pretty much always be able to get better prices/lower ask/bid spreads than you as a little retail investor. (今, I grant you that one can buy illiquid penny stocks, but those are poor investments unless one has some special knowledge [doubtful] and poor speculations unless one has good trading algorithms [you need some math, yo!].)

  3. +km km I posted this as a video suggestion before he released his video concerning this

  4. Also note that TIPS are said to adjust the principle for inflation, but they only correct for the government reported CPI number. Actual inflation is usually triple the reported number; Since the government uses hedonic adjustments, substitutions and subtractions to calculate CPI which excludes all the sectors and products that are inflation sensitive.

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