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Noob please help!

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22/07/2021 - 03:14

Hello, I am 100% new to investing and know NOTHING. Checking things out I am wondering id this is feasible: Invest a small amount in a stock that has a reliable upward trend. Ride the current trend by selling the stock and then reinvesting in the same stock, growing as I move along the upward trend. No worries if it drops since I didn’t initially invest much. At that point I would just let it sit there and see what happens and start over anew. I read about wash rules and day-trading and it’s confusing. Day trading seems to be buying and selling in the same day. Is it Buying AND THEN selling? Or can the day trading rule be used interchangeably? For example - a single company ABC Day 1 - Buy stock at $50 Day 2 - Stock goes up to $52, sell stock. Immediately buy stock at $52. Day 3 - Potentially do the same thing if conditions are right? Essentially I am trying to build my value in that stock, climbing the upward trend. Does this now mean my investment in that stock is $52 and have a larger share not $50? Meaning my money will grow faster? Is this allowed or is this considered some form of cheating?   submitted by   /u/kewl_bruh [link]   [comments]


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  48. AONE to MKFG? What happened to my stock? (15/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  49. Traders, I am new to this, always wanted to start, came here for your wisdom (02/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  50. I never knew or thought about looking up bond yields. (09/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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