外围体育投注Hey guys just starting out in this world and wanting to know the best avenues to invest time for due diligence. Obviously understanding the company/idea and looking on company pages for news, announcements etc is the first point of call. However the company obviously wants your money so they will polish a turd... what are some other good places to look for some more in-depth/ reliable info?
外围体育投注Novice here, calling for advice from more savvy investors. I started investing around 3 months ago, so don't have an extensive portfolio yet but looking to grow it and expand into different sectors.
As it stands, it consists of:
IOZ ETF - 54%
FANG ETF - 14%
TNT - 18%
PBH - 14%
So far, I've had gains from IOZ and TNT and losses from the other two. Overall, up nearly 6%.
I'm in my mid 20's so I want a mix of long term holds and a few high risk options.
外围体育投注All advice welcome, but please be kind ~
I've been comparing data between asx.com.au/comsec/selfwealth/yahoo finance/trading view, particularly summarised data.
外围体育投注there's often difference and while I'm only comparing numbers for stock screening purposes, it's annoying.
market cap, average volume, regular market volume etc.
investopedia sets out 'standard' methods of calculation. I haven't found the standard methods of calculation used by comsec, yahoo finance, selfwealth etc.
外围体育投注anyone familiar with how comsec/selfwealth calculate their summarised data?