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someone is going to jail for leaking the info before the google investors announcements lol , that is all

as little as i remember from college ...

getting this "stocks" aint as easy as go to a homepage and just buy them , u have to go to a "investing firm" , this information , from a simple pedestrian investor , is not of your consern , because in your portfolio it is already stipulated how much u will yield a year and all that stuff

and now . from the "firm" point ..... they are bathing in dollars and coins LOL

i think you can invest personally , but i think its not that easy either , u need some license or something (AND a investing firm to tell them in what to invest your money personaly), and besides , u will be the last to "eat" lol

people win and loose money all the time , in the google case , do not sell them no matter how low they sink , unless it sinks below what u bought them for , even if its +1 from that , it will yeld something , better than nothing ( ask all those institutions that sank millions on the facebook craze lol )
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Perfect time to buy, buy, buy....

probably why it went down like that. Google's not going under and it knows it. its got a google dollars don't you know?
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I'm flattered about the half dozen pm's smile.gif

I'll say this. I'm still a full time engineer and I love it. I do stocks on the side. Here's my saying you need money to make money!!! Without my full time job...I couldn't only rely on stocks alone. There's always ups and downs, and trust me the downs hurt.

There is one golden rule of investing, if you think of it that you should always follow. Never invest money you cannot afford to lose. Investing is not saving. Like I said before...You need money to make money. I'll explain the difference between saving and investing.
Saving is money you put aside that is kept in cash that you can access for emergency needs.
Investing is the process of putting your money to work making even more money for you.

For the new people that want to get involved...make sure you have all your debts payed off before investing. This way to have the peace of mind you don't owe anything. Theirs a few ways into it. Get a stock broker or go on your own. I would suggest going with a broker first to learn the basics and see what are you getting yourself into, plus they do most of the homework for you and start small. I started with $1000. You can easily start with $100 no problem.

I remember when I first got in, I got myself into mutual funds and bonds. This is a great way to start investing.

Always do your research about the company or what your going to invest in. I always look at the last 6 months minimum of their financials.

Never invest in something you don't understand. That's where the research comes handy.

Whats your goals long term or short term. This will show how aggressive or passive you should be toward the market.

Know the market...always keep track of your stocks!!!

Build up your portfolio...always diversify. Don't put your eggs in one basket!!!

There are plenty of sector, take a look at all of them.

Basic Materials
Capital Goods
Communication
Consumer Cyclical
Energy
Financial
Health Care
Technology
Transportation

I hope these little tips help out smile.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by andrews2547 View Post

If only you sold all of them about a week ago and bought more today biggrin.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by Stealth Pyros View Post

Yea that would be awesome lol. Sell 335 shares at $750, and buy them right back the next morning at $675. The next week they'll be back over $700 again. biggrin.gif Unlimited money troll logic. Problem?

I'm not 100% sure but that could be insider trading and an investigation would soon happen...your dumping a lot of shares just to buy the same shares a few days/week later...
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I'm flattered about the half dozen pm's smile.gif
I'll say this. I'm still a full time engineer and I love it. I do stocks on the side. Here's my saying you need money to make money!!! Without my full time job...I couldn't only rely on stocks alone. There's always ups and downs, and trust me the downs hurt.
There is one golden rule of investing, if you think of it that you should always follow. Never invest money you cannot afford to lose. Investing is not saving. Like I said before...You need money to make money. I'll explain the difference between saving and investing.
Saving is money you put aside that is kept in cash that you can access for emergency needs.
Investing is the process of putting your money to work making even more money for you.
For the new people that want to get involved...make sure you have all your debts payed off before investing. This way to have the peace of mind you don't owe anything. Theirs a few ways into it. Get a stock broker or go on your own. I would suggest going with a broker first to learn the basics and see what are you getting yourself into, plus they do most of the homework for you and start small. I started with $1000. You can easily start with $100 no problem.
I remember when I first got in, I got myself into mutual funds and bonds. This is a great way to start investing.
Always do your research about the company or what your going to invest in. I always look at the last 6 months minimum of their financials.
Never invest in something you don't understand. That's where the research comes handy.
Whats your goals long term or short term. This will show how aggressive or passive you should be toward the market.
Know the market...always keep track of your stocks!!!
Build up your portfolio...always diversify. Don't put your eggs in one basket!!!
There are plenty of sector, take a look at all of them.
Basic Materials
Capital Goods
Communication
Consumer Cyclical
Energy
Financial
Health Care
Technology
Transportation
I hope these little tips help out smile.gif
I'm not 100% sure but that could be insider trading and an investigation would soon happen...your dumping a lot of shares just to buy the same shares a few days/week later...

As one of those PM's, thanks a lot!
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I'm flattered about the half dozen pm's smile.gif
I'll say this. I'm still a full time engineer and I love it. I do stocks on the side. Here's my saying you need money to make money!!! Without my full time job...I couldn't only rely on stocks alone. There's always ups and downs, and trust me the downs hurt.
There is one golden rule of investing, if you think of it that you should always follow. Never invest money you cannot afford to lose. Investing is not saving. Like I said before...You need money to make money. I'll explain the difference between saving and investing.
Saving is money you put aside that is kept in cash that you can access for emergency needs.
Investing is the process of putting your money to work making even more money for you.
For the new people that want to get involved...make sure you have all your debts payed off before investing. This way to have the peace of mind you don't owe anything. Theirs a few ways into it. Get a stock broker or go on your own. I would suggest going with a broker first to learn the basics and see what are you getting yourself into, plus they do most of the homework for you and start small. I started with $1000. You can easily start with $100 no problem.
I remember when I first got in, I got myself into mutual funds and bonds. This is a great way to start investing.
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Never invest in something you don't understand. That's where the research comes handy.
Whats your goals long term or short term. This will show how aggressive or passive you should be toward the market.
Know the market...always keep track of your stocks!!!
Build up your portfolio...always diversify. Don't put your eggs in one basket!!!
There are plenty of sector, take a look at all of them.
Basic Materials
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Communication
Consumer Cyclical
Energy
Financial
Health Care
Technology
Transportation
I hope these little tips help out smile.gif
I'm not 100% sure but that could be insider trading and an investigation would soon happen...your dumping a lot of shares just to buy the same shares a few days/week later...

Just to add to this:

If you are going to speculate in stocks, I would highly recommend paper trading a few your interested in before jumping in. Also, keep in mind that some stocks can be extremely volatile, especially in the technology market.
post #76 of 81
what if you happened to sell last week just to get out because the stocks wernt moving. Then after they dipped 10% you figure why wouldnt you buy them back. To me that sounds legit. Now of course if you had ties to the company they would probably check you out.
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what if you happened to sell last week just to get out because the stocks wernt moving. Then after they dipped 10% you figure why wouldnt you buy them back. To me that sounds legit. Now of course if you had ties to the company they would probably check you out.

Still iffy subject...and the outcome may not be great on my side. Better be safe. The feds take that seriously.
    
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I'm flattered about the half dozen pm's smile.gif

I'll say this. I'm still a full time engineer and I love it. I do stocks on the side. Here's my saying you need money to make money!!! Without my full time job...I couldn't only rely on stocks alone. There's always ups and downs, and trust me the downs hurt.

There is one golden rule of investing, if you think of it that you should always follow. Never invest money you cannot afford to lose. Investing is not saving. Like I said before...You need money to make money. I'll explain the difference between saving and investing.
Saving is money you put aside that is kept in cash that you can access for emergency needs.
Investing is the process of putting your money to work making even more money for you.

For the new people that want to get involved...make sure you have all your debts payed off before investing. This way to have the peace of mind you don't owe anything. Theirs a few ways into it. Get a stock broker or go on your own. I would suggest going with a broker first to learn the basics and see what are you getting yourself into, plus they do most of the homework for you and start small. I started with $1000. You can easily start with $100 no problem.

I remember when I first got in, I got myself into mutual funds and bonds. This is a great way to start investing.

Always do your research about the company or what your going to invest in. I always look at the last 6 months minimum of their financials.

Never invest in something you don't understand. That's where the research comes handy.

Whats your goals long term or short term. This will show how aggressive or passive you should be toward the market.

Know the market...always keep track of your stocks!!!

Build up your portfolio...always diversify. Don't put your eggs in one basket!!!

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Quote:
Originally Posted by andrews2547 View Post

If only you sold all of them about a week ago and bought more today biggrin.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by Stealth Pyros View Post

Yea that would be awesome lol. Sell 335 shares at $750, and buy them right back the next morning at $675. The next week they'll be back over $700 again. biggrin.gif Unlimited money troll logic. Problem?

I'm not 100% sure but that could be insider trading and an investigation would soon happen...your dumping a lot of shares just to buy the same shares a few days/week later...

Nooo insider is when you have "inside" information on the company that isn't available to the public, and are using it to your advantage in trading. It would be insider trading would be if you are the employee in financials that knew about Google's latest quarter being poorer, and sold your shares off in anticipation that they would drop in value.
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post #79 of 81
We actually have a very good knowledge base on this site and immediate info on tech movings, I'm surprised we don't have an "investing" page for discussion and learning. Lord knows I'd post there. Many people with backgrounds in the sciences have fun theorycrafting and making money in the market, especially with sectors they are familiar with so they can make a more informed decision. I mean, an engineer isn't going to speculate on biomedical takeovers. But the information we consume every day on this site is an asset, never forget that.

Being an investment analyst, I've even advised clients based on some posts here that were ahead of the curve... thumb.gif

Just gotta read, read, read, read, read, and then read some more.
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post #80 of 81
I have never invested money more because I am very confused with how it all works. If this site had an "investing" sub forum, I would spend countless hours in that area trying to learn.

Like you said, knowledge is power.
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