Frequently Asked Questions
  1. What happens during the spending/gifting phase of an investor's life cycle?

    The final phase(s) in an investor's life cycle is the spending/gifting phase, during which wealth accumulated over many years of saving and investing is finally distributed to the owner and/or her beneficiaries. During this phase, capital preservation is paramount, although investing for growth is still a critical – though less important – piece of the puzzle.Unlike in previous phases, where investing towards some goal was the primary concern, the spending/gifting phase places emphasis on preserving one's wealth as an income supplement and ultimately passing that wealth along to future generations.
  2. How does gun control policy affect the stock price of firearm companies?

    In general, companies that manufacture firearms, ammunition, and firearm accessories will find it easier to sell their products when fewer restrictions are in place.
  3. What are the main risks of after-hours trading?

    Trading outside of traditional stock market hours brings some unique risks that you should be aware of.
  4. What trends and data influence after-hours traders the most?

    Learn about the specific information that after-hours traders review to influence their trading.
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