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USUAL QUESTIONS ON STOCKS, FEEL FREE TO ADD
« on: May 27, 2012, 01:06:58 AM »
Usually, the following are the most difficult questions to answer:

I'm new to stocks,
-What stock should I buy?

-Is it still safe to buy this stock?

-Will this stock go up tomorrow?

-I recently bought this stock, it is going down, I'm losing, what should I do?

-I just bought this stock, it went down. I just sold this stock, it went up. Why?

From the point of view of those new to stock investing/trading, these are very simple questions. I guess they are perplexed when such questions are not answered directly or are answered with many "ifs, buts, and depends."

From the point of view of those with some experience, the questions above are not simple, the answers depends on many factors (company related, market related or emotions related) and the answers are not guaranteed to be correct because we are dealing with future events.

There's also the issue of being blamed if you one gave a wrong answer.I believe it would be better for those new to stock investing/trading to study first about technical analysis or fundamental analysis before buying any stocks.

The fastest way to learn is to attend free or paid seminars.If you don't have time, read books or read materials from the internet.

Why?

It is because your capital is your hard earned money, you wouldn't put it in any business ventures without studying it first, would you?

Yung kakain pa nga lang sa labas, iniisip na natin kung saan masarap ang luto? may parking kaya? madali kayang mag commute papunta doon? ok kaya service doon? magkano kaya dadalhin kong pera? ilan kami kakain? hanggang anong oras kami? anong oras kami uuwi? If you plan and study for those things, why should stock investing/trading be any different?

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USUAL QUESTIONS ON STOCKS, FEEL FREE TO ADD
« on: May 27, 2012, 01:06:58 AM »

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