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How to allocate spare $?

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22/07/2021 - 02:43

I split my $6,000 Roth contribution 70/30 between VTI and VXUS and bought during the dip on the 19th. (30 shares VXUS, 18 VTI). Bc of the sudden price decreases, I realized I had more money left over than expected - $128, to be exact. Should I just buy 2 more shares of VXUS, or does anyone have any other suggestions? If I buy something else, I'll wait it out for a bearish day (but in terms of VXUS, it's stayed at around the same PPS for the past while, so I'd probably buy it sometime sooner). I'm 18, so I can tolerate risk.   submitted by   /u/briannapham [link]   [comments]


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    I made a table to calculate the Reddit ETF here. But I found it too expensive. So I made $AMZN weigh more because its so fat. This ETF is now more affordable. Also, I added $NFLX because I wanted to add in another 4% to replace AMZN's previous spot. Symbol Description Apr 1 2020 or Earliest Feb 27 2021 Gain ($) Gain (%) Weight (%) Share Ratio Per $10000 USD At Least 1 Share At Least 1 Share Floor Cost Per Stock Weight AMZN AMAZON COM INC 1920.00 3092.93 1172.93 61.09 34.00 1.10 1.91 1.00 3092.93 AAPL APPLE INC 61.00 121.26 60.26 98.79 3.30 2.72 4.73 4.00 485.04 AMD ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES INC 44.00 84.51 40.51 92.07 3.30 3.90 6.79 6.00 507.06 DKNG DRAFTKINGS INC 20.00 61.53 41.53 207.65 3.30 5.36 9.32 9.00 553.77 ENPH ENPHASE ENERGY INC 29.96 176.06 146.10 487.65 3.30 1.87 3.26 3.00 528.18 ICLN ISHARES TRUST GLOBAL CLEAN ENERGY ETF 9.33 25.85 16.52 177.06 3.30 12.77 22.18 22.00 568.70 NET CLOUDFLARE INC 23.54 73.97 50.43 214.23 3.30 4.46 7.75 7.00 517.79 NIO NIO INC 2.65 45.78 43.13 1627.55 3.30 7.21 12.53 12.00 549.36 NVDA NVIDIA CORP 250.77 548.58 297.81 118.76 3.30 0.60 1.05 1.00 548.58 PLTR PALANTIR TECH INC 9.88 23.90 14.02 141.90 3.30 13.81 23.99 23.00 549.70 PLUG PLUG POWER INC 3.38 48.38 45.00 1331.36 3.30 6.82 11.85 11.00 532.18 SQ SQUARE INC 48.63 230.03 181.40 373.02 3.30 1.43 2.49 2.00 460.06 TSLA TESLA INC 98.76 675.50 576.74 583.98 3.30 0.49 0.85 1.00 675.50 ABNB AIRBNB INC 145.00 206.35 61.35 42.31 2.64 1.28 2.22 2.00 412.70 BABA ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING LTD SPON ADS EACH REP 8 ORD SHS 188.75 237.76 49.01 25.97 2.64 1.11 1.93 1.00 237.76 CRSP CRISPR THERAPEUTICS AG 40.40 125.69 85.29 211.11 2.64 2.10 3.65 3.00 377.07 DIS WALT DISNEY COMPANY (THE) 94.30 189.04 94.74 100.47 2.64 1.40 2.43 2.00 378.08 NFLX NETFLIX INC 370.00 538.85 168.85 45.64 2.64 0.49 0.85 1.00 538.85 SE SEA LIMITED ADS EACH REP ONE CLASS A ORD SHS 43.11 235.69 192.58 446.72 2.64 1.12 1.95 1.00 235.69 TSM TAIWAN SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING SPON ADS EACH REP 5 ORD TWD10 46.73 125.94 79.21 169.51 2.64 2.10 3.64 3.00 377.82 CRM SALESFORCE.COM INC 136.50 216.50 80.00 58.61 1.98 0.91 1.59 1.00 216.50 FSLY FASTLY INC 17.92 73.58 55.66 310.60 1.98 2.69 4.68 4.00 294.32 ARKG ARK ETF TR GENOMIC REVOLUTION ETF 29.70 93.51 63.81 214.85 1.32 1.41 2.45 2.00 187.02 JD JD.COM INC SPON ADS EACH REPR 2 ORD SHS CLASS A 40.46 93.87 53.41 132.01 1.32 1.41 2.44 2.00 187.74 JMIA JUMIA TECHNOLOGIES AG SPON ADS EACH REP 2 ORD SHS 2.87 44.31 41.44 1443.90 1.32 2.98 5.18 5.00 221.55 Totals 7389.37 100.00 10000 17376.77 13233.95 ^ ratio to make current cost of TSLA to have at least 1 share (10000/0.49-3000) ^ and subtracted by cost of 1 AMZN because we only want to buy 1 AMZN Created On Total Cost for 1 common share each 2/27/2021 7389.37 Created On Total Cost with AMZN weighted heavily to be affordable 2/27/2021 $13,233.95 USD Weight Need to allocate rest of 100% Weight - AMZN Weight Single % Of Stock At Weight AMZN weight % 34.00 weight to allocate 66.00 weight left 0.00 0.05 39.60 3.30 0.04 18.48 2.64 0.03 3.96 1.98 0.02 3.96 1.32 TLDR: Reddit ETF costs $13,233.95 USD. Not financial advice. I would buy each stock only when its below the 200 SMA (Simple Moving Average). Wait for bearish pattern. Unfortunately, most of these stocks are above the 200 SMA at Feb. 27. 2021.   submitted by   /u/chairisborednow029 [link]   [comments]
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  48. How I’d invest my Stocks and Shares ISA allocation for 2021/22 (17/03/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    I’ve written before about stocks I’d buy before the Stocks and Shares ISA allowance deadline next month. If I’ve already used my allowance, I can start to look ahead to the 2021/22 allocation. It might sound far away, but April 5 will be here in less than three weeks. I’ll have the ability to invest £20,000 that can be insulated from capital gains tax, and there are plenty of opportunities to think about. There’s no rush The first point I’m going to make sure about is that I don’t invest the full £20,000 in one go. This might sound obvious, as I don’t have that kind of spare cash lying around anyway. But even if I did, I wouldn’t go all in straight away. Instead, I’d prefer to drip-feed money into stocks on a monthly basis. The benefit of having the Stocks and Shares ISA doesn’t diminish over time if I don’t invest all in one go, so I’ve got nothing to worry about here. Investing between £1k and 2k a month into my ISA allows me to benefit from events as they happen over the next year. I don’t know whether this will be good or bad, but I’d prefer to give myself the option. For example, over the last year I’ve seen a stock market crash and historically high volatility. Even though I can’t time the market, splitting up my investments over time allows me average my buying levels, often improving my overall price. Mixing up my stock picks I’m also going to split up my Stocks and Shares ISA allocation for the coming year both with the type of stock and the sector of the company. Let’s take the type of stock first. Personally, I’d normally allocate 20% to 30% to income paying stocks, and the rest to stocks for capital growth. Given that companies are starting to return to paying dividends, and the lack of return I’m getting via cash, I’d increase it for this year. I’m looking at 40% in dividend shares and 60% in capital growth stocks. The other split I’m looking at is the type of companies I buy. I’m fortunate that there aren’t many restrictions on what I can buy within my Stocks and Shares ISA. So I’d look to mix up my options with mostly large-cap FTSE 100 stocks, but also some smaller listed companies. Within this, I’d look to buy some utility companies in the FTSE 100 (that double up as income stocks).  For growth stocks, I’d look to allocate a high percentage towards travel and tourism for the fresh ISA money. This is high-risk, but I think that sector could really bounce back strongly over the next 12 months. Aside from this, I’d look for value in small-cap stocks that have international exposure. I don’t think being overly exposed just to domestic companies makes sense right now. Getting set for my Stocks and Shares allocation In reality, the points mentioned above are just the start when thinking about allocating my funds for the 2021/22 Stocks and Shares ISA. 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  49. Should I invest more than half of my money as a first year college student living with their parents? (17/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I know that as a general rule most people tend to save the majority of their money to cover their living expenses and only invest any spare capacity of money that they can afford to lose, but considering that I live at home with little to no living expenses, should I take more of a risk with my money and set aside a larger chunk of my savings for investments? I have never invested in the stock market, so my experience is limited and I'm still learning how to analyse trends and financial statements and all that, so I'm a little unsure of how much risk I should really take considering my inexperience. My budget is pretty low as well at just around 5,000 AUD, so in order to really make any worthwhile returns I probably need to invest around half of that. What do you guys think?   submitted by   /u/evanaugh [link]   [comments]
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