The trade in the stock market is a big deal, especially in the U.S. where the benchmark index of stocks has surged this year, but in some places it has hurt.

Here’s a look at some of the more unusual ways in which stocks have fared.1.

Trading on a FridayThe trading on a Thursday usually carries little more significance, as the week is typically slow and people are focused on business.

But on Friday and Friday mornings in many countries, the market closes at 5 a.m. on Friday, meaning the markets open at 6 a.ms.

That means traders are willing to take on more risk when the trading is on the trading floor.2.

The stock market has become an asset classThe stock market and the broader market are different beasts.

For example, the dollar has gone up by almost 100% in the past year.

That’s why investors look at it as a basket of assets that can be used to speculate in the market.

However, there are a number of reasons that stocks can be a good investment.

The best example is the stock-based index, or S&P 500.

The S&amps index, which measures how well a company is doing, has risen about 25% in 2016, the highest level in over 20 years.

The index has grown at a steady pace for the past five years.

It’s not just a function of the stock markets, but also the broader economy, which is benefiting from the jobs and economic growth that are creating jobs.3.

Stock traders can be riskier than the average investorThe stock exchanges have their own rules for when they should open and close.

The U.K. Stock Exchange, for example, has an open trading period from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., and closes at 6 p.m., which means the market is closed from 7 a. am to 5:30 p. am.

There is no minimum trading day.

However: “You’re more likely to be hurt if you’re an investor in a big company,” says David Gierman, senior research analyst at Morningstar.4.

The markets are a lot more risky than other assetsThe stock markets are also more volatile than most assets.

The most recent daily high was July 8, 2016, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 3,000 points.

That was just shy of the all-time high set in July 2007.

But in the five years since then, the Dow has fallen a total of more than 800 points, and in the last three years the S&ps has dropped more than 7,000.

And the average price of the S &Ps has dropped nearly 100%.5.

The more risky your portfolio, the more likely you are to lose itThe fact that stocks are more volatile also means you’re more exposed to the ups and downs of the market than other asset classes.

For instance, the SAC funds that invest in stocks are less risky than the SIA funds that put money in mutual funds.

That could be because there are fewer options and options are typically more expensive, or it could be that the Sia funds tend to get lower returns than the SPDRs.

In short, the stock funds tend not to be a great place to invest if you want to profit from a rally.

But if you have a more disciplined approach to the market, the stocks can still be a strong place to pick up if you make a mistake.6.

There are more ways to lose money than you might thinkThere are a few other ways to go wrong when it comes to stocks.

For one, the markets can be extremely volatile and people can lose money on both sides of the trade.

A recent study from Cornell University showed that stock market trading is more risky and has higher volatility than other types of investment.

That suggests that you’re likely to lose some money on the stock trading side if you lose your position in one of the funds, according to the study.

But even when stocks are trading as high as they have in the recent past, they still are risky investments.7.

The stocks are subject to risk in other waysThe markets are subject only to the laws of supply and demand, which means that there is always a supply and there is often a demand for certain assets.

For that reason, it’s important to take some precautions when it came to buying and selling stocks, says Mark H. Henshaw, president of Henshafts, an online investment company.

The main thing you need to be aware of is how much volatility there is in the markets.

You also want to be mindful of the risk-taking behavior of your portfolio.

You want to have a diversified portfolio that’s diversified in terms of assets and risk, Henshaws advice said.8.

The riskiest places to investThe stock exchange and the SSPE