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The markets these days can be unpredictable and without tools, knowledge and a plan, you're unlikely to have much success. There are a number of charting and education sites that won't cost you anything to use and will help you to build knowledge and confidence.
One is stockcharts.com devoted to technical analysis of stocks. They have lots of free resources like a weekly newsletter and great stock charts, as well as some paid services. I use only the free ones and use their charting regularly
A very nice stock charting software that is free to use for as long as you like is at quotetracker.com - I have used it for nearly 10 years and it can build charts that are simple or very advanced. You'll need a connection to a data feed for the charts; some are free and some can be expensive.
The software was originally developed independently but was purchased by TD Ameritrade brokerage about two years ago, so if you have an account with them, you'll also get free stock charting data to run the software. The software has a ton of features, and can be a little intimidating, but I use it daily and like it a lot.
For something a bit simpler, another way to go would be an all in one free applcation like the-market-toolbox.com - there again are sections that are free and some paid services, but all the basics like charting, research, and trading ideas are all free. They have you register to download the software and they will likely start sending email, but the list is easy to unsubscribe if you choose.
There are many choices available in the market that are free or very cheap and you only need to decide what sort of trading or investing appeals to you in order to narrow things down. An article I came across recently may help you to answer that question :
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You will need to pay taxes just like stocks.
If you trade cash settled index options you get a better tax treatment. IRS tax code 1256 states a 60/40 tax. Meaning 60% is treated as long term gains and 40% taxed as short term gains. This can translate to hugh savings if you trade a lot of index options. Contract a qualified tax advisor for more information.
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I looked at the website for Visual Trader. I think it's overkill and very costly (software + data cost). It really doesn't do anything that can't be done for less... and better.
I use two in combination; ($75 a month)
and the platform from ThinkOrSwim (Free for clients, not connected with Marketgauge in any way, they use TradeStation... which is also very good).
With good technical analysis skills combined with good money management skills...... this works well. I love it.
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The shareholders have voting rights, which means that if the magement team of the company doesn't perform well, they can replace them. So the CEO and other officers can be fired if they don't do their jobs well - and this happens a lot.
Another factor I like to look at when I invest is the percentage of ownership of the key management team - in otherwords most executives are given a portion of their pay as stock or stock options, which incentivize them to increase the stock value the best they can. So having a management team that has a sizable interest in the company is a good indicator.
The third type of scenario - and the best in my opinion - are founder run companies. Typically the best run companies in the world have the founders at the helm. Take Apple, Microsoft, Oracle, Google, etc.. for example. All of those companies are run by their founders who have the majority of their wealth tied up in the business. That means that they have more incentive for the company to do well than you do!
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Yes you can deduct options losses. I have included a link to IRS Publication 550. The information that you need begins on page 56. It tells you how to report it.
Hope this helps.
Virginia Cunning, Enrolled Agent, Master Tax Advisor
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**This advice was prepared based on our understanding of the tax law in effect at the time it was written as it applies to the facts that you provided.
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