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which stock should we buy?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 00:26:22    Popularity:     

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Look at BTCY. buy and hold Apple (AAPL) Depends on Your objective. You want reinvested dividends for the rest of you life? Try ED-Con Ed. If y

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Look at BTCY.

buy and hold Apple (AAPL)

Depends on Your objective. You want reinvested dividends for the rest of you life? Try ED-Con Ed. If you want Capital Appreciation? Try Deere or an SPDY fund.

Boohoo PLC. Shares have been flying for years and were oversold from a high of 270+ down to a low of 140. They are on the climb now but despite being twice the company they were a year ago, the share price is still about 30% lower. They have strong sponsorships and adverts literally everywhere (boohoo, pretty little thing, nasty gal all the same company) and numerous celebrity endorsements. Their first quarter results are out on Tuesday coming so if you want direct advice, it's to buy boohoo early on Monday, assuming trump hasn't ruined everything at the G8 summit this weekend

HOW MUCH MONEY YOU HAVE ?
ARE YOU ABLE TO TOLERANT HIGH LOSS IF HAPPENED ??

I hear Blue Horseshoe loves Anacott Steel.

Sears, K-Mart, GM, Washington Mutual Bank, Enron, Tandy/Radio Shack

EDIT > > I am glad someone got my sarcasm (!)

Will Rogers said: "Making a fortune on the stock market is easy! Buy stocks, wait for them to go up, and then sell them. If they don't go up, don't buy them!"

Seriously, you probably shouldn't buy individual stocks. Earlier in the 2000s we learned that the stock market is a ****** game. The exchanges and big brokerage houses manipulate prices to benefit big, institutional investors, allowed insider trading and other corrupt practices, and brokerages were even caught recommending stocks they knew were bad to trusting customers so they could bet against them.

If you want to invest money in stocks, don't go to a conventional broker, go to a no-commission brokerage. Open an account and then ask for some brochures for Mutual Funds or ETFs (Electronically-Traded Funds). These are funds made up of lots of stocks, managed by 'experts'. You can see how well they've done in the last year, the last five years, ten years, and the life of the fund. You can spread your money out into different 'sectors' so if one goes kablooey you have the others.

NEVER EVER EVER EVER take advice from a broker about what stock to buy. Dishonest brokers have ruined it for the honest 1-2%. (Don't ask me how I know this.)

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One that is going to increase in value



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