slutmagazine

about a month ago  Wallstreet Bets

Nobody posts here anymore because the stock market and e coin are dead.

1

deeplydisturbed

2 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

@Durek_The_Bald

Nice. This is a solid investment strategy. Here are a few thoughts:

  • You avoid panic buying and selling this way. Kudos. Don't change.

  • You avoid the temptations of standard day trading. Also smart.

  • The markets represent way WAAAAYY too much profit opportunity for large players. So the stock market will be around for at least a few more generations. New rules? Sure. Prolonged contraction/correction? Sure. But it will be there in 20-30 years as most of us enter retirement age.

  • Another approach is the Nassim Taleb contrarian/shorting approach. Buying ETF's that short the market is also a strategy to add to one's portfolio. The downside is that you have to keep track of them. They need to be managed - they lose value in the long run if left unattended. Another weakness is that it requires an element of timing. So use with discretion.

MOST IMPORTANT INVESTMENT ADVICE I EVER RECEIVED:

Have an exit strategy. BEFORE I buy anything, I determine my goals. What am I looking to get out of this? Double my money? Grow by 10%? Whatever it is, have a plan in place. Simply saying "Hold until retirement" is NOT a strategy because what if the markets are down? Then you broke rule #1 which is buy low sell high.

Have a plan.

Read More
1

TiberiusBravo87

2 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

@slutmagazine It seems cynical but it's sadly true.

1

slutmagazine

2 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

@TiberiusBravo87 In order for your logic to work, investors have to be too stupid to see past the official numbers.

I guess it's true though probably.

1 1

TwoInchesOfShaft

2 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

For anyone in merica being pissed at inflation, wait til the mid terms are over and the release of the oil from the national reserve stops.

1

TwoInchesOfShaft

2 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

@TiberiusBravo87 Have you looked at how it is calculated? Core inflation excludes food and gas and is around 5-6%. Rent is up 25% for example at least as it is calculated. If you factor in food and energy then it’s 8-9%. This means that food and gas are way higher as they raise the average by that much.

2

TiberiusBravo87

2 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

@slutmagazine Can't add the "should" part of that sentence when statistics are fudged. That is a base fact. They keep saying inflation is 8% or some estimating as high as 11% yet my food costs much more than 11% higher. My fuel costs are now more than double than when Biden stole the 2020 election. The stats are all bullshit so of course nonsensical things like futures dropping when they shouldn't be will happen.

2

slutmagazine

2 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

@TiberiusBravo87 You've missed a forest for a tree. Yes inflation should be higher. But that means food energy and alcohol futures and stocks should also go higher.

1

TiberiusBravo87

2 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

@slutmagazine Or statistics are being fudged to avoid accountability.

1 1

slutmagazine

2 months ago  Wallstreet Bets

CPI says inflation is still high as fuck but food energy and alcohol goes down? Clown world.

1
Load More