How to Buy and Sell Stocks on Robinhood (Beginner App Tutorial)

How to buy and sell stocks on the Robinhood app.
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In this video I’ll briefly cover the Robinhood free stock feature, how to research companies and how to buy and sell shares. I’ll show you in real-time on my phone how easy it is to buy and sell shares using the Robinhood app.

It’s a really good investing platform for simple stock trading, but it doesn’t offer everything. I’ve got another video that specifically is a Robinhood review after two years of using it and it goes into more detail about the brokerage. You can watch it right here.


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  1. So wait what you buy a share/stock and depending on the company because it is always fluctuating they pay you back a percentage of that share/stock and over time it pays itself of depending on the fluctuating of the company then eventually you will be in profits if everything goes right?

  2. Trading isn’t as difficult as it seems if you learn it the right way, I can’t even imagine where I’d be if I never went into trading, I’d probably be homeless. Thanks to the fact that I chose to trade with Mr Sanjay Otter.


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