Happy Holidays From Sonoman Investments

At Sonoman Investments, we dedicate ourselves to provide the most outstanding service to our clients, and with a few days left in 2014, we would like to take the time and express how thankful we are for the support and trust you have placed on us throughout the year.

Since our launch in August, we have strived to meet the needs of every client. Continuously, our clients shape us, little by little, into a better and solid company.

For 2015, we expect to achieve and break new frontiers for all of our current clients and reach out to future ones. We will keep working every day until we achieve this. If we have not reached out to you yet or you haven’t joined us, please do so by clicking on the following link:

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Happy Holidays from Sonoman Investments LLC.

Best Regards,

Alex Lopez O’Bryan
Managing Member
Sonoman Investments LLC
Miami, Fl.
(305) 934- 9069

alopez@sonomaninvestments.com
http://www.sonomaninvestments.com
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What is the stock market? Learn the basic principle in 5 mins!

Do we know what the stock market is?

I will try, in the simplest of forms, to explain the stock market. This is the way I learned the basics of what the stock market is, and it could not have been better put than it was in the first book I ever read on investing, The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing by Jason Kelly.

The stock market or equity market is a multitude of transactions between buyers and sellers (such as you and me) of stocks/shares. Stocks may be publicly listed, like Coca-Cola Company or Apple on a stock exchange, or traded privately.

But what are shares or stocks? As mentioned in the book of Jason Kelly, which I believe he explains in a terrific, clean and simple explanation:

Imagine a 10-year-old kid, Ben, who goes to school and sells magazine subscriptions door to door because he wants more money to purchase a new bicycle. Ben will unlikely become rich because the majority of the profits from selling the subscriptions will go to whomever owns the magazines of the subscriptions the student is selling. Continue reading