3 Stock Market Terms / Concepts You Must Know! | Investing Tips For Beginners

Hello everyone and welcome to Life Must Knows! My name is Jacob Kipi and in today’s video, i’m going to talk about 3 of the most critical financial terms that you need to know when investing in the stock market. Let’s make your money work for you.

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