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Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: spjones] #7507749
02/24/22 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by spjones
Green finish

Nice!


Be interesting to see what tomorrow brings. I bought a little bit of HAL and DB today.

Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: spjones] #7507751
02/24/22 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by spjones
Green finish

Nice!



Rothschild was right again ! laugh


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Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: maintenanceguy] #7507752
02/24/22 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by maintenanceguy
Just got a big payment from a customer that I've been waiting for for a few months. So I'm buying more of the stuff I just lost money on. Stock market is having a fire sale today.

In 2008 I got out just as the crash was happening. I didn't loose as much as everybody else. But I didn't see the recovery coming so I missed the ride up and ended up worse off than every body else. I'm riding this one out all the way down and then all the way back up. Yee Haw!

Me too, giddeee up!

Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: Rockfarmer] #7507756
02/24/22 05:05 PM
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Wild ride today. Did buy a few shares. Couldn't help myself.


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Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: Rockfarmer] #7507771
02/24/22 05:24 PM
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X2 White17. I am new to this. 3 yrs of investing. There was a fella on hear that suggested to paper trade. It helped me understand long investing vs short. Someone asked if you had 100,000.00. Where would you put it. I canít answer that for you. But my paper trade can tell you where you would sit today. I like MRO. I understand it. I bought 100,000.00 share of MRO on 12/15/2021. @ 14.73. This morning MRO was trading between 21.00 to 22.00. For the young investors. Now is not the time to pull out of the market. White17 quoted. Start buying at the sound of the cannon. That saying and many others hold a lot of truth. Stay forward. Stay focused. Stay for the long. Good Luck everyone

Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: Rockfarmer] #7508221
02/24/22 11:33 PM
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I have found it effective to buy stock at highs to prevent the temptation of selling for profit. It's a handy technique that I've learned.

Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: Rockfarmer] #7508228
02/24/22 11:36 PM
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When the bullets fly it's time to buy.
I'm not a trader but it makes sense to move to defense
and wound-care.

Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: jbyrd63] #7508274
02/25/22 12:28 AM
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Originally Posted by jbyrd63
Got a question for any of you guys. If you had 100,000 dollars today what would you do with it. Serious question. I have an annuity paying out in 6 days. Talked to a broker and may just be them but way too much in fees for me.


$20,000 in freeze dried foods and $80,000 in ammo

Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: Sharon] #7508276
02/25/22 12:37 AM
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Ford Stock ?
Now Way.
I bought some 20 some years ago and am still in the hole.

Bought OIL when it was cheap .... can retire off of that laugh
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Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: Rockfarmer] #7508449
02/25/22 08:29 AM
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Bought 5 stocks two days ago = WOW. All are up big time except square. Will soon be selling calls on them. My pattern is 10% up and at least 1% premium. LLY is already up that 10% so the call will be in dollars and not cents. And I thought that I bought to soon.......jk Pays to go fishing once in a while

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Free people are not equal. Equal people are not free. Whats supposed to be ain't always is.
Re: Stocks - In or Out? [Re: jk] #7509489
02/26/22 12:01 AM
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As a long term investor that holds onto my investments I thank God every day for those that trade often to create the markets. I don't come close to making what the astute calculated risk takers can make but the average over the last 42 years of being into the market has been OK.

Bryce

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