Investing for Beginners – How to Invest in the Stock Market 101 Series – Part 4




In this episode of our new series for beginners “Stock Market 101,” you will learn the fundamental principles of why the stock market moves up and down.
In this fourth video, Weronika Pycek breaks down what causes the P/E ratio to change, why does a stock price go up and down every day and why does the stock market move up and down every day.
The goal is to provide elementary knowledge of investing for beginners so you too can start your journey towards building wealth over time.

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:
00:00 – Introduction
00:27 – Why Does the Market Move Up and Down
00:30 – What causes the P/E ratio to change?
04:17 – Why does a stock price go up and down every day?
05:28 – The Ask Price, The Bid Price, The Spread
07:30 – Why does the stock market go up and down every day?
09:34 – Why does a stock price go up and down in long-term?
11:02 – How often does the stock market go up?
12:01 – Conclusion

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