>>1046376 Seriously, stop this meme. Throw away your money on stocks while knowing nothing about the market is a great way to lose everything. Day trading in general doesn't generate great returns. As a regular investor you should be more dividend focused in your market investments and worry less about stock price.
>>1046379 >>1046376 These. People get the wrong idea because 85% of the time you'll easily make 1-5%, but you're also very likely to lose it all. I lost 95% of my investment doing this shit. Now I'm exclusively in low-risk, high-dividend stocks and even though I'm down 15% I've made at least 10% back in dividends and the chance I'll lose it all is pretty much 0.
>>1046401 There literally aren't though. Show me one example in the USA. The fed has artificially kept interest low for many years now, and if it does go up to 1% it would just mean inflation is going wild, like 10%+.
>>1046675 >checked chart you rode it from 18 to 28? yeah that fucking hurts, be careful with the shorts in this market m8, these bubbley stocks get more volatility to the upside than on their way down. consider buying calls to hedge
>>1046343 Whatever you read on this board, just remember that survivorship bias is a powerful thing and not only will people want to share their own success stories, but they can also be swayed to share the success stories of others.
Been trading for years but only now starting to come into real money and looking to make bigger moves. Most of my trades have been based on my knowledge of the tech sector since I follow that out of personal interest anyway. Things like NXP Semiconductor making me near 100% in a few months when NFC chips started getting put into cell phones.
play poker you can play at 200 or 300nl, though, if starting out, i would suggest microstakes online.
if you're good at reading people and have a high attention to detail, while also being more aware of yourself than other people are of themselves, then you should play live exclusively.
you can make that 10% gain in one night. (while there is a degree of losing that 10%, you utilize your roll to sustain unlucky hands like getting AA v KK or getting KK v AA, or AA v 72o and they runner runner on you)
Lol, dividend paying stocks are for retirees or those approaching retirement and need to balance their portfolio to reduce risk...
There are plenty of strategies that can yield the 10% returns in 3 months...However, you will be taxed as a capital gain since you will not have held the position for at least a year. Secondly, you will charged for two trades. So in order to realize a net gain of 10% you will need to make upwards of $800.
Oh yeah, btw, im not knocking an early dividend play, but unless you are sitting on 6 figures, good luck doing anything with the distributions unless you are parlaying them into the stock in which case you are not in a true dividend stock and more of a growth blend.
>>1046343 Right now? Doable. Just take advantage of market volatility, with inverse ETF's and bet against the market. Pick ETF's that have been trending up and ride them.
Next week is going to be a fucking shitshow so hold onto your assholes. Take advantage of Industrial getting fucked up as well if you decide not to bet against crude (if you want more reasonable but safe gains.
etfs are shitty for short term compared to futures or cfds they often carry much wider spread. gold, eur/usd etfs etc you can get anything between 1-10x leverage with rather small spread but still too wide and slow instrument for shorter term compared to other leveraged instruments. leveraged etfs are handy when you trade few months, 2x-3x you can hold years tho
>>1046803 In the long run dividends will always beat stock price. You don't need six figs, I have 5 invested in some good dividend paying stocks, which if I sold the stock it would be a tidy profit, but it's better to just keep them for the earnings. Even holding for 5 years will double my earnings.
As a Brazilian, i could make 100% of profit in one day, i just had R$ 50 and in the second day i invested R$ 100 and got 100 of profit in the end of day, what did i to recovery and profit so fast? I sold water bottle, soda and coke (coca-cola) on the semaphore (traffic lights) It really worked for me.
>>1046871 .03 cents a share earning on 2000 shares of a stock, means that in 5 years with earnings alone regardless of the stock price you will have earned 1200 that you don't have to pay capital gains on. If you reinvest your earnings back into the stock over the same period you're earning 1800 dollars on 2000 shares of a stock. Assuming you buy the stock at 6.80 a share (and I'm being very conservative with my projected returns) you will be fully compensated for the purchase in 9 years.
>>1046879 That doesn't include the shares that you purchased after the first 5 years of reinvestment. That's only the return for the initial investment of 2000 shares and the reinvestment of the dividends. Everything beyond 5 years is just gravy on top. That's really, a nothing period of time.
1. Borrow 10k from a bank or a friend 2. Invest 5k in the riskiest asset or industry you can find 3. Do the same with the other two bundles of 5k (diff industries ofc) 4. One of the 3 will profit, the other two will statistically lose all 5k 5. Hide the losses from your boss, show the marvelous winner 6. Use your 1st year salary to pay off your loan
This is literally a technique people use to trick normal people into buying into their overpriced wealth management portfolios
>>1046346 Pretty much this. I opened my brokerage account in mid June and closed out the year 23.5 %. not bad for 6 months, and while I came out ok shit got pretty dicey during the august correction. And with the recent bed shitting I'm on the ropes again. Now, I am fairly confident that I'm going to swing out of it just find and a few months from now be 15 or 20 points up again, but the risks that you take to make that fast money are very sensative to sharp drops. You will notice that usually the ups are slow and the downs are fast.
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