The transition from high school student to college student is a defining period of life, it can be confusing too because there are lot of difference in the roles and responsibilities of a high school student and a college student. Adapting to college is full of life lessons and the biggest lesson involves handling money. There are many financial decisions that you never have to make as long as you are a school student, everything will be taken care by your parents. They worry about how much to spend on housing, food, clothes, telephone bills, entertainment, etc. All these things will never cross the high school students mind. But college students gradually have to start handling all these things. Money management is an art that has to be developed over a period of time, it will not happen overnight. Smart money saving tactics can make a major impact on your finances and your future.
Everyone seems to have disposable money these days, students do. Diverting your disposable money to a productive sector is not a difficult task. Online trading gives you an opportunity to experiment all your learning and eagerness to earn money. You can do online trading by opening a Demat a/c and trading a/c with any stock broker. Below given steps will help you to understand the process of online trading.
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