Author name: charles

Could the “poor” ever amass and manipulate the stock market, or would they be shut down in the attempt?

They could not. The reason is that the “market” is made up of all participants and information would flow more easily. The other side of the manipulation would use their “not poor” intelligence and find an optimum way to fleece the unknowing. Remember, wall street’s lesson: a man with a lot of wisdom meets a …

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The stock market keeps dropping every week, is it a good time to get out now or should I wait?

Is it a good time to get out now? Well, that depends on what you need the money for. If your needs for the asset have not changed, then you shouldn’t be thinking about selling. Think about this. Imagine a store where you can return an item at the price listed on the shelf. You …

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Scalping Vrs Swing trading, which one is best for growing tiny accounts without getting frequent margin call or stop out?

The question I have is: why so interested in “trading” vs good old fashion getting wealthy? Honestly, I don’t understand the desire to trade over and over again when it is much more likely to get rich by spending the same amount of time but rather than trading, reading balance sheets, 10qs, and company reports. …

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Why is the stock market down 16% from January 1, 2022, to May 9, 2022?

The inflation rate is at 40-year highs, prompting the FED to accelerate its planned monetary tightening policy. In other words, the fed is raising interest rates in order to try and slow the rise in prices but more importantly, inflation expectations. Inflation is simply too many dollars chasing too few goods. Over 1/3 of all …

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