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posted ago by yeldarb1983 ago by yeldarb1983 +12 / -0

"yes, I'll take a GME, three AMCs, and a six-piece Doge."

"You want Five-guys with that?"

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Pbman 3 points ago +3 / -0

Imagine buying the newspaper,to see the price once a day.

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Piroko 3 points ago +3 / -0

Imagine thinly slicing trees to print numbers on them every day.

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Qwerty10 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's ironic that only seeing the price once a day while holding a paper in your hands would actually decrease the likeliness of paperhanding.

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Lurking_Waiting 2 points ago +2 / -0

Imagine staring at a computer screen for 8 hours a day to watch a line move up and down knowing you're gonna hodl anyway.

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Pbman 3 points ago +3 / -0

You win.

But I only watch close,when it's moving up.

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2rainbows 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why would anybody do that ^ ???

All ya gotta do is Let your own Subconscious tell you the Instant to get IN, & the Instant to get OUT. -

All ya gotta get is $40 to 100/day. Could take you maybe 2 minutes to 2 hours at most.

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8thGenPatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's not as easy as it sounds. I've lost a few hundred trying to do just that. That's why I've shifted my focus to dividend stocks. I set aside a few bucks from every paycheck, buy $5 of this and that, spread out the risk, and I let the dividends roll in. At this level, I'm only earning pennies, but it's constant, and I'm continually increasing my position. I figure by the time I retire, I might actually be able to live off of the dividends.

Of course, I'm still sitting on GME and AMC, praying for the predictions to finally come true, but if they don't, I've still got a solid plan.

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2rainbows 2 points ago +2 / -0

So I was talking about Day-trading: like the 'Micro or Mini S+P 500'

I've never understood: WHY people make Bets & Gamble & Risk their $ on some good-balled predictions & too many Indicator GUESSES <-- All of those make No Good sense, to me anyway. How does all that stuff make sense to you?

Too, No way I would baby-sit the screen for longer than maybe an hour, the anxiety would drive me thru the roof. - Course, 1st. ya gotta have your Finances squared away. I can't understand people who say "it's for when I get a Flat tire". UM HALLO! That is sheer insanity, no?

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8thGenPatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well, sometimes you get an indicator that is just impossible to ignore, like a corrupt politician's husband buying a substantial amount of a stock. That pretty much guarantees that something good is in the future for that company. Other times, you just have overwhelming mathematical evidence that certain firms are overleveraged. Those are very rare things though. In the end, you have to evaluate the data and ask yourself how much faith you put in the information you have. But no matter how tempting an investment may seem, remember that nothing is set in stone. That's why you never go all in. If you invest every cent you have, there's always a slim chance that you could lose everything. If you keep some back, then there's a 0% chance of losing everything.

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2rainbows 2 points ago +2 / -0

Please review what you just wrote: All of those actions you do consciously, yes?

Saying people would be wise to Not chase after a bazillion Variables (Bets & Gamble & Risk) . Don't have faith in conscious data evaluations. - Ask your subconscious to tell you... when to get In (buy/sell), & Out (sell/buy). It is FAR more aware than you could ever be, in all your conscious data evaluations. Can you still be wrong? Sure, but it will be much less often. Understand, brother?