Stock scream room

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Re: Stock scream room

Post by pmward » Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:22 am

I would hardly consider a .8% increase a melt-up... Especially since we are still rangebound for going on 19 months now...
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Re: Stock scream room

Post by Drpaulkeller » Thu Jul 04, 2019 10:12 pm

Happy 4th! No trading today!
Fireworks is just another way to set fire to your money. Lots of fun....Bad investment.

With the Brexit going on and the trade war and the Iran issue, maybe its time to start thinking about protecting your investment. (link removed (mod))
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Re: Stock scream room

Post by l82start » Thu Jul 04, 2019 10:58 pm

now that is a link to some solid investing advice spam
Topics, in the context of protection, such as dividend stocks, stop-loss orders, options trading, and much more are discussed in detail.

Although options strategies are considered advanced topics in investing, the essential concepts of options for protection are simplified so that the beginner investor will readily grasp the protection strategy.
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Re: Stock scream room

Post by dualstow » Tue Jul 09, 2019 10:34 am

For those of you who hold an international index, say VEU (ex-us stock etf) are you happy with its performance? Is it in your pp or vp?

I haven’t really looked. Besides an Israel etf, I don’t really hold foreign stocks these days. Occasional currency plays, like the Swiss franc & Japanese yen, but nothing serious or long-lasting.
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