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Please help me. I need your advice.

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22/07/2021 - 00:19

I am not a rich person. I am looking to create a better future for myself, and have had some luck in the stock market by placing little amounts of money in ETFs. Recently money has been much tighter and I am looking to make an all or nothing go on the stock market - I realize the risks of this, and please do not comment if you are only here to lecture me. I realize this could mean bankruptcy or long term, very serious, debt. I am considering buying options on a long term (possibly one to two year long) buy on the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO). Placing enough on the initial investment to make a possible projected profit of over 100-200k. I realize this could go south and become negative millions. My questions to you all are: Is this a good idea? Why or why not? I want to sell the option itself back to the market. Is this a good idea? I do not have the capital to cover selling or buying that much actual stock. The spread is about $5. Is that too much? Again - I know this is extremely risky and could end poorly. However, I believe sometimes risks are necessary. Please comment with helpful information - I would love some help deciding this.   submitted by   /u/lickmyspicynips [link]   [comments]


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    Hi, Another one of those portfolio advice posts... I'm a 32 year old Malaysian working in the UK. My entire life savings currently amounts to 50k GBP which at the current exchange rate is about 70k USD. About 20k are in a mutual fund. So that leaves me with 50k just 'rotting' in my savings account. My plan is to hold onto 10k as emergency fund. And invest 40k USD in this portfolio: 25% QQQ (to hold at least 5 years) 25% VOO/VT/VTI (to hold at least 5 years) 25% FAANG stocks (to hold at least 5 years) 25% individual stock picks + riskier ETFs like ARK ETFs (to play around) I have a job but it's contract based and every 3 years depending on funding I get my contract renewed. It's been 6 years, and I have a contract until 2023, however my job is not 'steady' let's just say. I think my risk tolerance is something between high and low. Appreciate any advice or opinion.   submitted by   /u/nadnurul [link]   [comments]
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  48. Advice on Stock trading simulators for a noob. (17/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Want to learn stock market and all the gritty details. Of-course not going to jump in head first into the market and get my head bashed in. However, i want to learn in a safe environment all the technical mechanical aspects of the stock market, the trades, how its done, the charts and really want to be well acquainted with it before stepping in. What great simulators can you advice for a complete noob? Are there simulators more noob friendly as a gateway to a more advanced tool? Willing to learn, read and exercise. Of-course due diligence into future investment is my ALPHA and OMEGA, but i don't want to get confused in the charts and trading platforms when that day comes. Thank you in advance for any advice or help you give, have a great day.   submitted by   /u/ParaplegicOctopus [link]   [comments]
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  49. How much of my money should be invested for the long term? (18/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey again, This is sort of a follow up question to the advice I received last post. I have two questions for anyone willing to give some advice. First How much of my portfolio should be invest in "guaranteed" growth? (stocks that consistently grew in the past 1-2 years) Second Should I be looking into options as a beginner? How much experience would you guys recommend before doing more advanced trading? Thanks again in advance to anyone willing to share some knowledge.   submitted by   /u/Str4ydogg [link]   [comments]
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  50. New investor/trader. Looking for any tips. (24/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello. I’m new to the stock scene. I’m looking for any advice. I’ve been studying fundamentals and some technical analysis. I have some things I’m curious about….. What are the steps to identifying a stock to invest in or trade? (What to look at in steps) What are the steps to identifying when to sell? (What to look at in steps) I have a portfolio built already. 1 share FFDV, 1 share F, 2 shares PSEC, 1 share SHGC, 1 share XLU, 2 shares SDC, 1 share WKHS. My father is very involved in the stock market, it’s a big portion of his income. I just can’t seem to understand it. Either it’s too hard for me to grasp or he’s not good at explaining. I ask him about stocks and he is like “oh yeah I have a position in that already”. It confuses me the MOST how he hops on so early. Like how do I find stocks to invest in? If you can’t already tell im relatively clueless and need some advice. TL;DR: “I need advice for starting out with stocks”   submitted by   /u/cwd17 [link]   [comments]
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