Shares, crypto tips from our columnist

  • Insider’s new “Ask an Analyst” column offers first-time investors advice on how to succeed with stocks.
  • Ryan Paisey is a veteran with almost 20 years of experience in the markets.
  • Find out below how you can submit questions to him.

Retail investors – ordinary people who buy stocks – are more important than ever in trading.

In January, Redditors saved brick-and-mortar video game chain GameStop from a short circuit, knocking down Wall Street veterans in the process.

They’ve since piled into cryptocurrencies as well, driving the Dogecoin “meme token” to all-time highs and increasing the value of everything from cash to timber.

Hedge funds can no longer look down on them as people who follow the leader.

But the lowering of the barrier to entry in the stock market means many newbies are trading money they can’t afford to lose.

Insider launches Ask An Analyst – an advice column that aims to make you a better trader with simple answers to basic questions.

Read the column: How to find the stocks with the greatest growth potential

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3 things every crypto newbie should know about trading and the 3 most common mistakes to avoid

It is not a question of listing choices of actions. If you’ve asked yourself “how much research should I do on a stock? What am I doing right? What am I doing wrong?” this is the column for you.

Our columnist is Ryan Paseya seasoned trader who has been in the markets for almost 20 years and runs the trader insights service PriapusIQ.

“For too many gamers, the basic knowledge of the games we play is lacking, they are more concerned with guessing ‘high or low’ than understanding the basics, which can help immeasurably improve their decision-making process. “, he says.

“I’m not here to tell you how to trade. I’m here to share my 20 years of experience with those who have questions only experience can answer.”

To submit your question, email [email protected] with “Ask an Analyst” in the subject line.

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