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[教程] Recommended Stock Market Tips FastTip#98

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FrankJScott 发表于 2021-11-5 21:59:51 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
5 Markets Herald The Most Important Tips To Invest In Stocks
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) |* G- Y7 B4 o7 b) u, cStocks are simple to purchase. It is difficult to find companies that beat the market consistently. It's a difficult task for most people, which is why you're looking for strategies for investing in stocks. The below strategies courtesy of Markets Herald will deliver tried-and-true rules and strategies for investing in the stock market.   |2 j1 [3 d1 c' H

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1. Your feelings should be inspected at the door ' z- u: Y, ^5 j' P7 _. ^! ~

  Y) w& n7 [7 Y. l0 l& ]- o: R0 @0 v"Success in investing doesn't correlate with IQ ... the only thing you require is the right attitude to manage the impulses that can lead others into trouble with investing." Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway is an example of this wisdom and a great role model for investors looking for long-term, market-beating returns on their wealth building investments. - g3 k2 J5 J1 J" U
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Before we get started the market, here's a bonus investment tip. We suggest that no more than 10% be placed in individual stocks. Rest should be invested in low-cost index mutual fund funds. Anything you'll need to have in the next five years shouldn't be put into stocks in any way. Buffett is when investors let their heads guide their decisions in investing and do not follow their gut instincts. Overactive trading, driven by emotion, is one of many ways that investors hurt their portfolio's return. / P) o2 K, K2 L; s# Y! V
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2. Choose companies, but not ticker icons
; y/ H! x; k) v& R( S# j( [& C3 `It's easy to forget that underneath the alphabet soup stock quotes that are scurrying around every CNBC broadcast is actually a business. Stock picking is not an abstract idea. You are a part-owner of the company if you buy one share of the company's stock.
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"Remember that a share of stock in a company makes you part-owner of that company." 7 p2 ^6 \2 K* w$ V3 N6 k9 U
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If you're looking to screen potential business partners, you'll find lots of data. When you have an "business buyer's hat," it's much easier to pick the right things. You'll want to understand how this company operates and what its role is in the overall market, its competitors as well as its future prospects whether it adds something new to the business portfolio you already own.
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Investors are often enticed by the opportunity to change the relationship with their stocks. Making decisions in the midst of a crisis could lead to classic investment mistakes: selling high and buying high. Journaling is a great tool. Make a note of what you think makes each stock worth your time and note any other circumstances which could be reason enough to keep them separate. Consider this: : H- [9 K3 ^4 y  l8 i
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What's the reason I'm buying it: Find out what you find attractive about the business and the opportunities you see for the future. What are your expectations? What metrics and milestones are most important for you when evaluating the progress of your company? List the possible pitfalls and identify which of them could be game changers and which could be indicators of a temporary setback. ; j8 {4 s/ O2 }' Q+ {

8 x8 x, M# \" zWhat would cause me to sell? In this part, you will have to draft an investment prenup. It will outline the reasons behind why you would like to sell the stock. This doesn't mean stock price movements, particularly not in the near-term however, it's more about fundamental changes to the business that affect its capacity to expand over the long term. Examples: The business is unable to retain a key customer or the CEO's successor begins moving the company in an entirely different direction, a significant viable competitor is discovered or your investment plan does not work out over some time.
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4. You can gradually build up your position
5 }' k4 ~$ ]4 ~Timing, not timing is the ultimate power of an investor. Investors who are most successful buy stocks to expect to receive rewards, whether that's by dividends or share price appreciation. -- over time, or even decades. This means that you can take your time when buying too. Three strategies can be used to decrease price volatility:
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6 I" L1 P& l' t# V3 _- gDollar-cost average can be described as: Although this sounds complicated but it's not. Dollar-cost Averaging is when you invest a set amount of money for a set time like each week or every month. That set amount buys additional shares when the stock price falls and less shares when it increases, but overall it will give you the cost you pay in the end. Some brokerage firms online permit investors to set up an automated investment plan. 0 W3 V5 T: G) v6 x1 Y; p1 v

* q& a, _: j/ d0 z9 E+ C$ s0 yPurchase in threes. This is similar to dollar-cost-averaging. It is a way to stay clear of the negative experience of disappointing results from the start. Divide the amount that you wish to invest by three and then select three points to buy shares. These could be set up to occur at regular intervals (e.g. quarterly, monthly), or based upon corporate performance or other events. For instance: You could buy shares prior to the launch of a new product and then put the next three percent of your money towards the product if it's a success or you can divert it to another source in the event that it isn't.
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Purchase "the Basket": Uncertain which companies will last long in the particular industry? Purchase all! Buy a variety of stocks to ease the pressure of coming across "the the one". It's easy to hold a stake across all the stocks that meet your analysis. If any of them takes off, you won’t be left out, and you could compensate for losses by earning from that winning stock. This method will also help you identify the company that is "the one" which means you can expand your stake should you wish to. ) a' X# m, ~. _/ X

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You should be checking stocks once a month, when you receive quarterly reporting. It's hard to not be aware of the scoreboard. It's risky to respond too fast to events that happen in the short term and concentrate on the value of the company rather than the price of shares. - Y8 F" F# F$ g, [$ L1 |' A  {9 w- [8 b
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When one of your stocks suffers an abrupt price increase Learn what caused the change. Is your stock affected by collateral damages? What's changed with the core business of the company? Do you think it will have an impact on your long-term outlook? effect on your outlook for the future? ; E* d0 s! H* S  V' G' v" T

3 N3 c* z* i, @# j$ P1 _It's rare that short-term noise is significant to the long-term performance. It is how investors respond to the noise that matters the most. Your investing journal, which has a rational voice from calmer times, can serve to help you stick to the inevitable fluctuations and downs of investing in stocks.
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