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Long term verses short term
« on: March 24, 2021, 09:48:17 AM »
Everyone says buy low and sell high, this is good advice.

There is so much more to long term stock trading then share price!

So yes, for day trading find a volatile stock and map its patterns  and catch it on a low.

But if you plan on LONG TERM, you want to find the lowest priced stock you can that pays DIVIDENDS per share.

The idea here is you are writing that money off for few years anyway, why not get some of it back, for FREE!

For instance I have stock that pays .25 cents a share every quarter.  I have 200 shares.  That means $400(fees snd taxes come out of dividends, and this stock  has multiplers determined by the board) garunteed money every year, even if it loses money on the market!  If it loses money, I Invest it back into it and get MORE shares, and more dividends. This is the smart way, you really can’t lose much long term, and you HAVE INCOME.

« Last Edit: March 24, 2021, 03:29:35 PM by Zeo »
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