Trading US Stocks


There is a big difference between investing and trading. Investing is often associated with an assured outcome and usually aims at medium to long term financial goals. Buying stocks of S&P 500 Corporations and keep them for a few years with an almost assured annual return of 9-10% is an investment.

Whereas trading is often associated with speculation for short term profit.

Why not turn Trading into an Investment

Firstly, at Financial.org we want to change this perception and encourage a new Trading concept with an Investment mindset. If an investor trades for short term gain, he/she will most likely speculate. But if an investor is picking up good stocks at a good prices, he/she will invest via trading. Trading becomes the vehicle, while Investing becomes the destination. The outcome of this paradigm shift can be very rewarding.

Stay with the Best.
Focus & Perform.

Secondly, we want our members to learn to trade by focusing solely on selected stocks of S&P 500 corporations. If an investor has an investment mentality, he/she will need to trade the best stocks in the world such as Google, Apple, Exxon Mobile, etc.

Thirdly, Financial.org hopes to work with selected FSPs to provide our members with non-interest trading margin account. FSPs generally charge for margin trade but there is a way to negotiate this because this is not a Federal Law or Regulation. Financial Institutions need to make money but they don't necessarily to need to charge interest on margin account.

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Combining these 3 strategies with proper financial knowledge and skills, we believe our members will be able to make profit from trading S&P500 stocks. Financial education and learning is a process. A process that may take months to years. And it’s a process that will never complete. Life is after all, a forever learning experience.

When it comes to your wealth, we manage it as you would. Like you, we believe opportunities can arise anytime.


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