The Wealthy Investor Releases a New Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast Episode

Over the last year the U.S stock market has seen a lot of younger investors entering the market. Although these younger investors are excited, many of them lack the financial education necessary to be successful. Most don’t know that although the process of taking a company public is evolving, many reputable companies still use investment banks to help evaluate and determine the right price to initially sell their stock shares to the public.
“If you’re a stock market trader, you need to understand the relationship between publicly traded companies and the investing bank community,” says Tyrone Jackson, creator and founder of the Wealthy Investor program. Mr. Jackson also goes on to say, “In this market, it’s not wise to chase high volatility stocks without having the right stock market knowledge.”
In episode 148 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast, Mr. Jackson explains the relationship between investment banks and the stocks in which you trade and invest. You can listen to episode 148 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast by going to https://thewealthyinvestor.net/stockpodcast148/ The Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast has been downloaded over 1.2 million times and is heard by investors around the world.  With over 20 years of experience, Tyrone Jackson is viewed as one of the most respected stock market educators in the digital trading community and has been a guest of The Money Show, YahooFinance.com, Nasdaq.com, CBS MarketWatch.com, and the Los Angeles Daily News.
Once again, click https://thewealthyinvestor.net/stockpodcast148/ to listen to episode 148 of Tyrone Jackson’s Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast and learn the basics of investment banking and its significance in the stock market.
Smart investors know to always check a stock’s relationship to investment banks before choosing a stock. Smart investors also know that the key to successfully hitting their stock market trading and investing goals is in having a financial education.
Source: The Wealthy Investor