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Reduce exposure for upcoming correction

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22/07/2021 - 00:39

Hello, I just wanted to remind people before the bloodbath that is coming down the pipe do your best to diversify and reduce exposure to certain frothy sectors of the market. It's highly probable there will be a correction within the next 12 months. Big investors like Bill Ackman are selling more than buying the same with Buffett they often leave clues before a crash. Berkshire Hathaway is sat on over $150 billion in cash ready to buy up stocks. I would also listen to Michael Bury. He's always laughed at but often gets it right. Anyway, that's just my humble advice. Most retail traders who onboarded after March 2020 will be wiped out in this next crash I guarantee it. I'm predicting the EV sector will never get back to its current heights and will be like a dot com bubble type reset where most of the stocks just go to penny stocks and never return. The way to survive any crash is having cash on the side. Diversifying. Investing in stuff with a dividend is nice as at least they pay you to hold the bag. If you're buying stocks now at an all-time high RIP. I could be wrong but this is investing. I just use probabilities. The probabilities of a crash coming soon are very very high. The further the market goes from reality the more probable it becomes. Interest rates will likely be the cause but it will probably happen before them. They don't make it that easy to time these things. Kind Regards Humble Investor.   submitted by   /u/athetopofahill [link]   [comments]


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    If you have gotten good gains and the overall market is close to a top you add to your cash position. If you believe in position size limits you build toward that level. If the market makes a 5% to 10% correction you don't sell anything, you just wait. If your best stocks are down add to them if you want. If not you can pick a new stock to add to your portfolio. When you begin buying reduce your cash position from 30% down to 5 %. Always hold some cash. If you see a bad crash in a stock be ready to snap some up. If you have no cash and are long on margin you will learn why cash IS a position.   submitted by   /u/TontineTrader [link]   [comments]
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  49. SQ exposure: SQ or ARKF? (11/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I am looking to add some fintech exposure to my IRA for the foreseeable future. Have been following SQ closely and ideally would invest directly in SQ, but the volatility has been a bit insane. I like the idea of Cathy Wood’s ARKF as SQ is the top holding, but honestly I’m bearish on PayPal long term (at least in their current business model - Venmo isn’t profitable, their site isn’t modern, I don’t believe their products will have traction long term), and I’m not sure why Pinterest is in ARKF.... I realize Cathy could choose to sell these names at any time, so perhaps the diversification of ARKF is what I should go for. However, buying SQ and chilling also sounds like a good option for me. Either way, this exposure will amount to about 1% of my portfolio. Nothing big. Curious to know what others have done.   submitted by   /u/manlymatt83 [link]   [comments]
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