When Is The Best Time Of Day To Buy Stocks


What if you bought shares of Apple (AAPL) at $100, or Alphabet (GOOGL) at $1,000? Those prices sound absurd now. But they were so much more reasonable than the eventual prices—and the returns—that shareholders got for those investments. You can’t predict what will happen to stocks. But it’s often worth buying stocks when they’re cheap because that means other investors are also buying them and there’s less competition for them on any given day. Stocks rise when many people want to buy them; their prices fall when fewer people want to buy them.