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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-29-2020, 01:29 AM
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Thanks. I wish I knew how to invest. I'm scared of hidden fees.
It depends how you invest.

If you invest through a broker, make they do a brokerage account, and get their commission in writing. generally any legit broker will only take a small (3%) percentage of your annual growth, and get nothing if you lose money. The only fees you need to know about investing is whenever you MAKE money (as in goes into your checking/savings account) you need to pay capital gains taxes (typically 0%, 15%, or 20% on the earnings, this depends on your taxable income for the year). There are exceptions, for example, if you trade rapidly, say buy stock X today then sell it tomorrow your capital gains tax on the profit becomes == to your annual tax rate. So the motivation is to keep everything you buy for atleast a year before moving off the position. Now there is NO tax on a loss, in fact you typically can write off losses as a tax deduction for the year. However if you're investing you don't want to think about losses.

Remember, with all investing, it's only worth what you sell it for. Which is exactly how the taxes see it.

There are other rules for various investment types (IRAs, Annuities, 401K), but the basics are as I outlined above. Remember only deal through a broker, and only if he will work your account through a brokerage account (and put his fees in writing). There are too many "investment professionals" who will rob you blind out there if your not careful.

your other option is to do your trading yourself, but I usually suggest people don't do this. talk to a broker at least before you contemplate this option.

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If anyone observes stocks on a regular basis, any time a stock peaks or an entire industry peaks, their is only way for it to go, and this is down because investors are looking to make money . If you speed up the decline in stock value quickly, it regains its potential to make money again and becomes an attractive investment again. In my opinion, Intel wants their stock to go down so they can boost it back up again and make more money from new investors.

Take a look at the video game dev companies on the stock market, those all peaked. So now CEOs need to make it profitable again(because that's literally their responsibility) so to do this they tear down the company image as quickly as possible by creating loads of bad pr to control public perception so that current shareholders sell and tank the price. Trying to bank on a new product raising the stock price/increasing profitability after the peak but before the drop rarely works well enough to create the amount of profit these greedos want.

The faster the price tanks, the faster the stock becomes attractive to new potential investors and the faster these companies can make money again from said new potential investors. It's a formula. If they can manage/control this cycle on a early basis or once every 2 years, they can make more money faster in a shorter period of time and they also save a crap ton of dividend money they'd normally have to pay back out to shareholders who sit on stocks long term that ended up selling instead due to bad pr woes.


I think the us stock market is abusable without repercussion or consequences using these methods because no one would ever be able to prove a thing unless CEOs/Decision makers/schemers were caught on a recording conspiring to do this. But since telepathy is a thing, i think it is abusable without repercussion or consequences) and No, i don't participate in the stock market and I do not knowingly speak to or associate with anyone that does. I'm just an observer and this is 100% my opinion.


I could name 1 video game dev company who appears to be following this formula to the T. They were the king of PC gaming at one point, then the video game dev stocks peaked so I honestly don't believe for a second that they could continuously make the worst decisions possible in the public spotlight for the last year or year n a half straight. Seriously, the worse braindead decisions possible. I won't name the video game dev company though.


50 bux says Dee I was purposely made to look like a clone of another game to spark negative pr and that they knew that trying to get their current clientele to play games on phones wouldn't work in effort to get negative pr(i don't think they ever intended to release dee i on phones, It was finished last year according to the outsourced company). I think this crap was an elaborate con to be honest. Something out of the movies. I don't think i could've written it any better myself.

This entire post is my opinion.
You are aligning profits with stock prices and that is not really how it works. Stock prices have nothing to do with the profits the company makes, as they are two different things.

Some companies use some stocks as investment cash and that has an affect on the company value and cash flow. In this case it is actually beneficial for stocks to be at a good price.

People investing usually invest for the long term and get a return in profits sharing (dividends). No one wants quick return investor price gouging on their company stocks.

Anyone within a company who owns stocks and manages the company in such as way as to manipulate the price is then breaking the law under insider trading rules.

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i'd recommend reading this, if you're looking into putting some money up.



lots of people get hit with higher than 20%, specially crypto traders.

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