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17 September 2021
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Here’s how I identify my best stocks to buy now & 1 pick I like!

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14/09/2021 - 16:50

Jabran Khan explains how he picks his best stocks to buy now and provides insight into one of his current FTSE picks. The post Here’s how I identify my best stocks to buy now & 1 pick I like! appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.


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    The algorithm scanner chatter on a host of social media sites, like Twitter and Reddit, and tries to identify stocks that have seen the biggest regular increase in chatter. This helps me identify stocks early on, allowing me to look into them further before massive price increase/decreases. The regular increase part is important, it means the algo filters out stocks like GME and AMC by default, but also, doing this helps minimise picking up pump n dump schemes. I use this tool as a way to identify up and coming stocks, which I then perform research on, to weed out and bad ones. This is by no means a tool to blindly purchase all the stocks it picks up. If you have any questions, please drop me a message.   submitted by   /u/akokaz1 [link]   [comments]
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  2. Any tools to easily identify products you use that are available as stocks? (19/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  3. I have created an algorithm that tracks discussions across trading subreddits to try and identify buzzing stocks. Here's my results. (07/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hello all, I have built a python program that scrapes Reddit & twitter to identify emerging stocks. How does it work? It does this by assessing the amount a stock is mentioned, the sentiment of the chatter surrounding that stock (how positive or negative that chatter is) and the interactions surrounding that chatter (upvotes, likes, retweets etc.) The algorithm surfaces emerging stocks by looking at which stocks have seen a regular, non-spiky increase in chatter surrounding a stock. The algorithm tries to remove pump and dump stocks by removing stocks that have seen a singular spike in chatter, and ignoring chatter by newly created, or bot accounts. How to use this? The tool is meant to be used as a way to identify stocks early, enabling you to perform research and enter into a stock at an early stage. It has allowed me to identify opportunities such as PLUG, SRNE, PLTR and MGNA. Just because something appears here does not mean you should purchase it. Please do your own research beforehand! Results There are two sets of results, showing the stocks with the biggest movement in chatter, and the stocks that were talked about the most. They are colored by sentiment, stocks with positive chatter are more green vs stocks with negative chatter being red. https://ibb.co/HVd3jzy https://ibb.co/PFwzgzJ ​ If you have any questions please just ask!   submitted by   /u/akokaz1 [link]   [comments]
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  4. Picking losers- Holding a broad market index fund, then shorting a handful of individual members - thoughts on this strategy? (11/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  5. My program scans social media to identify which stocks are being discussed. Here are the results (07/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    How does it work? It does this by assessing the amount a stock is mentioned, the sentiment of the chatter surrounding that stock (how positive or negative that chatter is) and the interactions surrounding that chatter (upvotes, likes, retweets etc.) The algorithm surfaces emerging stocks by looking at which stocks have seen a regular, non-spiky increase in chatter surrounding a stock. The algorithm tries to remove pump and dump stocks by removing stocks that have seen a single spike in chatter, and ignoring chatter by newly created or bot accounts. How to use this? The tool is meant to be used as a way to identify stocks early, enabling you to perform research and enter into a stock at an early stage. It has allowed me to identify opportunities such as PLUG, SRNE, PLTR and MGNA. Just because something appears here does not mean you should purchase it. Please do your own research beforehand! Results There are two sets of results, showing the stocks with the biggest movement in chatter, and the stocks that were talked about the most. The stocks with the most mentions last week. The stocks with the biggest move in chatter last week. The color represents the sentiment of the chatter (green being positive chatter) number below the ticker represents the price movement last week If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a comment or a message!   submitted by   /u/akokaz1 [link]   [comments]
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  6. What 3 stocks would you pick if you had to pick 3 and throw the password away for 10 years? (01/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  7. Where do i learn how to pick stocks? (16/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  8. The most discussed stocks on social media last week, their sentiment and returns (19/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hi all, many of you found this so useful last time you wanted me to post this weekly, so here itis! For those new to this: I have built a python algorithm that scans social media to identify which stocks are being discussed. It does this by assessing the amount a stock is mentioned, the sentiment of the chatter surrounding that stock (how positive or negative that chatter is) and the interactions surrounding that chatter (upvotes, likes, retweets etc.) The algorithm surfaces emerging stocks by looking at which stocks have seen a regular, non-spiky increase in chatter surrounding a stock. The algorithm tries to remove pump and dump stocks by removing stocks that have seen a single spike in chatter, and ignoring chatter by newly created or bot accounts. It is meant to be used as a way to identify stocks early, enabling you to perform research and enter into a stock at an early stage. It has allowed me to identify opportunities such as DDD,PLUG, SRNE, PLTR and MGNA. Just because something appears here does not mean you should purchase it. Please do your own research beforehand! Results There are two sets of results, showing the stocks with the biggest movement in chatter, and the stocks that were talked about the most. ​ The stocks with the biggest move in chatter last week. The color represents the sentiment of the chatter (green being positive chatter) number below the ticker represents the price movement last week ​ The stocks with the most mentions last week. If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a comment or a message!   submitted by   /u/akokaz1 [link]   [comments]
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  9. What stocks to invest during periods of high inflation? (06/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  10. I built a program that spots buzzing stocks on Reddit & Twitter. Here are the results (22/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello all, I have built a python program that scrapes Reddit & twitter to identify emerging stocks. How does it work? It does this by assessing the amount a stock is mentioned, the sentiment of the chatter surrounding that stock (how positive or negative that chatter is) and the interactions surrounding that chatter (upvotes, likes, retweets etc.) The algorithm surfaces emerging stocks by looking at which stocks have seen a regular, non-spiky increase in chatter surrounding a stock. The algorithm tries to remove pump and dump stocks by filtering out the short interest group of stocks (BB, NOK, GME, AMC etc), removing stocks that have seen a single spike in chatter, and ignoring chatter by newly created accounts. How to use this? The tool is meant to be used as a way to identify stocks early, enabling you to perform research and enter into a stock at an early stage. It has allowed me to identify opportunities such as PLUG, SRNE, PLTR and MGNA. Just because something appears here does not mean you should purchase it. Please do your own research beforehand! Results There are two sets of results, showing the stocks with the biggest movement in chatter, and the stocks that were talked about the most. ​ The stocks with the biggest move in chatter last week. The color represents the sentiment of the chatter (green being positive chatter) number below the ticker represents the price movement last week ​ The stocks with the most mentions last week. Note that the short interest group of stocks (GME, BB, AMC, NOK) have been excluded due to their volatility (and the fact that everyone is aware of them making this obsolete) If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a comment or message!   submitted by   /u/akokaz1 [link]   [comments]
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  11. I absolutely suck at picking stocks. Can you help me pick some index funds so I can stop bleeding money? (29/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  12. How do you screen/identify companies worth investing? How do they end up on your stocks radar? (17/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    How does a company make it to your radar for investing in? I get alerts on 8K filings, trunce 10k filings, but with so much data out there...I find it interesting how others seem to identify companies that really do well but seemingly found out of nowhere. I use FinViz but so far I can't seem to find anything else like it. I'm not a big technicals guy...just DCA kinda dude. But for diversity sake I'll buy up shares in companies I find that I think will do well, I'm just perplexed how some find the the finds they do. Thanks!   submitted by   /u/rozodots [link]   [comments]
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  13. I have been acquiring Joann Fabrics stock because it is a “pick and shovel” stock, what other “pick and shovel” stocks do you recommend? (18/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  14. In case of war, what stocks would you pick? (12/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  15. How to Pick Winning DOW 30 Stocks (09/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  18. Should i sell my stocks to buy a car? (03/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I’m 17 years old and I don’t own a car. My gf and all my friends always have to drive me around and I feel bad. My gf is kind of sick of it, because obviously it’s annoying to have to pick up your bf all the time and I can’t really take her out on a real date she basically does ????. I’m still in high school too so my friend has to pick me up everyday and then drive me home. I have a job but i’ve been saving about 70-90% of my paycheck and putting it into stocks. I have about $1300 right now but with the current used market you can’t really find anything half decent for less than $2500-3000. Would it be smart to sell my stocks for a car? Or should I just suck it up and keep mooching rides off people?   submitted by   /u/fakeyeeziez [link]   [comments]
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  19. Which stocks can be traded pre market? (11/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Good morning all. I've tried to Google the answer but I must be using the wrong keywords. I'm just trying to figure out exactly which stocks will open for trading at 4 am. For example, I was looking into MRVI however, it's 4:58 am and it is still closed. Is there something I can look for to identify which ones allow for pre market trading? Thank you and I use Webull. Not sure if that matters or not. Thanks again   submitted by   /u/BlackbotJay [link]   [comments]
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  20. Why is it good to buy stocks that have been continually losing value? (13/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’m very new to investing, and when going through this sub I often see people saying that they have lots of confidence in certain stocks, but when I look at the stocks’ pasts, whether I’m going back 1 month or 1 year or 5 years, they are often stocks that have been on a continual decrease in value. I’m still very new to investing and don’t fully understand how to pick out stocks, so it made me curious.   submitted by   /u/Recon027 [link]   [comments]
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  21. If the whole stock market crashed what stocks would you want to be in your portfolio? (10/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I started thinking to myself while I'm stoned and drunk "why try to pick future winners?" When I could pick what stocks I would most likely want to be stuck with during a big market crash. It is actually a decent strategy in picking a portfolio, but what do I know I'm just watching spawn, drinking margarita's, and smoking lemon betty.   submitted by   /u/Agile-Duty-7346 [link]   [comments]
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  23. Letting My Children Pick Stocks: Week 1 (09/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    TL:DR: GF and I let our 1.5 and 7 YO children pick stocks and invest $10 a week for them. Pretty fun so far. So my girlfriend and I saw this post, which prompted us to teach our children about investing. (apologies for the cancer post from WSB here, but it's still funny to us). https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/pfgew5/am_i_the_asshole_for_dropping_my_6_year_old_off/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3 We decided to invest $10 a week for both kids, but let them pick the stocks. The goal to teach them about investing. It will also be interesting to see what they pick over time and how they do. It's only ~$1k per year, educational, fun, and saving for their future. Accounts are still in our names, cash accounts only, no options, so risk is minimal and the investments are small enough that we're ok if they lose it haha. One child is 7, so far he picked Moderna because of the high returns it's had this year. The other is 1.5, so she rolls a few dice to pick the page and # on the list for that stock. Somehow she ALSO picked Moderna lol. We'll see how it plays out in the long term, but it gives us something fun to do together and teach them about investing. We'll stay away from options for the time being haha. Stock list they pick from: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KPrg2JhYUOSpkg6gsXURqqAGDuPenpwM/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=113534596477159381995&rtpof=true&sd=true Not the best, but it's a start. They're young so extra information really won't be helpful to them. I plan to make it into an automated excel file for updating prices and stuff eventually. If there's some good stocks I missed feel free to let me know to add them!   submitted by   /u/Zrocker04 [link]   [comments]
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  24. Why is it bad to put all our your eggs in one basket? (06/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I have been thinking about diversification. I know it's basically a protection against stupidity, because it's likely that most stocks you pick won't outperform the market. What it I pick only one stock? I understand it's a higher risk, but doesn't it give you a better chance at beating the market than diversifying? If we assume that each stock I pick has a lower than 50% chance of beating the market, wouldn't going all in on one stock be the highest probability outcome? Note: I know that it's smarter to just buy ETFs. This is just a thought experiment.   submitted by   /u/RinsyBoy [link]   [comments]
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  25. Most Don't Beat The S&P 500 Index (05/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    As many of you know, the S&P 500 Index is a great way to invest as it reduces all your individual stock risk also known as non-systematic risk and we have been lucky to have had some great years of a strong bull market. Most professionals don't beat the index and only a select few beat it and the ones who beat it usually don't beat it the following year. Why would you or me be able to beat the market? The answer is we probably won't and we are better off just investing in SPY (S&P 500 ETF). We waste time (our most valuable resource) and money to individually pick stocks and in a lot of cases, we don't beat the index and sometimes lose money. One of my favorite investors/teachers Aswath Damodaran said something along this "I pick stocks because I love the process of looking at companies and analyzing them and in the end if I lose money or do worse than the index, I am fine with that because I did something I loved". I pick stocks because I love the process of trying to find "undervalued" stocks and learning more about industries and hoping to make money, but I also own an S&P 500 index. I am okay if I lose money because I knew the risks beforehand. If you don't like the process of researching or spending time looking at stocks, you are probably better of investing in an index. Good luck investing   submitted by   /u/moneytobemade8 [link]   [comments]
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  27. 5 stock picks for the next 5 years (17/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  28. When stock prices begin to rapidly decline the way they have been this week, is there any way to identify when they’ve reached the lowest point they’re going to fall to so that one can buy at the best time? (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    For most of the last ten months while investors were enjoying the greatest bull market of all time, it was evident to many that a correction was on the horizon, it was only a matter of when. Fast forward to last week and then subsequently to right now, and it would appear that we have possibly reached that point where stock prices are beginning to come back down to earth, particularly in the scorching red hot technology sector. As the first page of this subreddit currently states, the absolute wrong thing to do right now is to panic and sell shares that have drastically declined in share price. Savvy investors will of course attempt to “buy the dip”. The real question when it comes to trying to buy the dip during a market downturn is to identify when we’ve reached the absolute bottom of a dip which is the ideal buying opportunity. My question for the investors in this sub more experienced than myself is whether or not it is possible to identify when a stock or group of stocks has reached their lowest point or near their lowest point and are set to increase. Everyone wants to buy the dip, but hypothetically if the stock price of APPL is $140 last week, and going to go as low as $80 before climbing back up, I’m much better off buying the dip at near $80-85 rather than at $120-125. In a nut shell, my question is how can I know how low something is going to go? Is this possible in any capacity and if so, what types of indicators are best used to do this to any degree, so that I can make the most of an otherwise unfortunate situation?   submitted by   /u/TRILLTASKFORCE69 [link]   [comments]
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  29. Suggestions on what fairly low-risk shares to pick up? (22/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  30. The mindset for picking stocks that go 10,000% (23/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I saw a few newbie questions coming up on how to get started in the stock market. There are obviously different approaches, but mine is the ambitious type that aims for stocks that go 100x. I think success in stock investing starts in the head. When I pick a stock I think of the business behind it. I think of the management, the CEO, the brand, the products, the customers, the advantage over competitors (if any). I also think of how it would be a part of the ecosystem 15 years down the road. I create a VISION for the company that has a high probability of coming to fruition based on what can be observed today, then out of that vision comes CONVICTION to hold. Both are super important. It obviously can’t be an existing megabrand but a company that has the potential to become one. It requires a little daydreaming to visualize the cityscape and the people of the future and envision why the company is relevant in that scene. I’m not sure if you’re my generation, but I was blown away by the skyline in The 5th Element movie. Pick any skyline you remember from a sci-fi movie. I envision the brand on buildings, its products in people’s homes or lives. I know this can sound borderline mad, but that’s how I map out the world. I’m a very visual type of person. Over 17 years ago I invested in Apple because I knew they had raving and loyal customers and a spirit for quality that Microsoft couldn’t match. The rest is history. 6 years ago I saw the same thing happening with Tesla. When was the last time people queue up to buy a car? Today I think the Cardano blockchain is going to propel a transformation of societies. People tell you to buy and sell, try to time the exit, or post random stocks that will go nowhere. It’s all BS. Focus on the company behind and don’t care so much about stock price fluctuations. It will gyrate around a growth trajectory that’s impossible to time or calculate. I also don’t waste my time with cashflow projections. Stocks regularly drop 50% top to bottom but I don’t care. Just hold – or HODL in today’s language. People and businesses change with catalysts. They also come and fade away which is why you can have an advantage over older investors. You can pick your own winners. 15 years ago it was Apple riding the catalyst of people going mobile. Today Tesla is riding the catalyst of people going sustainable. Identify these huge catalysts early, then pick the company that will most likely thrive in them. These are the stocks that will rise 10,000% and more. Or do it in reverse when you see a stock: What catalyst are they banking on? If you can’t tell that story in your head, forget about it. Don’t waste your time with 10 or 20% but go bold. Catalysts don’t appear every year or every month but maybe one or two in a decade. As the world accelerates, maybe multiple at the same time. What I’m saying is that such opportunities don’t come often so when they do appear, you must grab them by the balls and go BIG. Conviction can’t be borrowed from someone else. It must grow from within you. Let your portfolio represent your best guess about the future!   submitted by   /u/trendarchitect [link]   [comments]
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  31. Looking to buy a semi-conductor stock while they're out of favour. What to pick!? (08/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  37. Is there a good step by step process explaining how to do due diligence? (25/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Let's say I want to buy tobacco stocks, and I am not even a smoker. How do I go about doing DD on this industry/stocks? In general, there are always stocks that look attractive and have done well. For example, DKNG or ROKU or SNOW or pick your ticker. If an investor wants to do DD how should he go about doing it? Is there some tutorial or a book you would recommend?   submitted by   /u/FitSkirtShirt [link]   [comments]
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  38. If you had to buy $1000 worth of 3 separate stocks that you had to hold on to for the next 2+ years, what stocks would you choose? Why? (08/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    As the title asks: "If you had to buy $1000 worth of 3 separate stocks that you had to hold on to for the next 2+ years, what stocks would you choose? Why?" 3 Stocks, $1000 for each, can't touch the stocks for the next 2 years. I am just interested to see what stocks different people would pick and for what reason.   submitted by   /u/SagaciousPangolin [link]   [comments]
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  39. How to pick stocks for swing trading? (04/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I am wanting to swing trade, possibly day trade once I’ve done more research. I dabbled with Robinhood last year and made $200ish (mostly on Moderna). I’ve watched several swing trade strategy videos and done some reading, and am slowly figuring out a strategy for myself. I have a decent understanding of technical analysis, but I need help actually picking stocks to analyze. So far I am using a screener (on tradingview) and am looking at low P/E ratios, dividends, debt and low/highs (1 month and 1 year). I then pick out stocks that have a pretty big gap between their lowest and highest prices, and examine their chart and do some google searches to see if there is any relevant news. Is this a good start to a strategy, or am I completely off? I know there is a lot more to learn, and I will be practicing with paper trading for a while until I feel comfortable to invest real money.   submitted by   /u/elligre [link]   [comments]
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  40. Im trying to learn which stock to pick best when a company has stocks in different countries (05/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello all. I am searching for information on a company to start investing and i found they have the main company in the states and other branches outside (canada), but when i am searching for the stock value, the states branch which is the principal, its stocks are worth less than the outside of the US, so it would be best to invest the main one or the outsides, as the stocks values are different, i dont know how independent they are one from the other. I also know that a difference could be because of regulation, as it is a company that works with susteinable energy, and Canada has more regulations and its working more on that sort of energy than the EEUU, but as more regulations will appear i dont know if the states branch will outgrow the other one with time when regulations come at play or if the difference will be the same. Which do you think is the best pick?   submitted by   /u/DemianHerrera [link]   [comments]
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  41. Which one to add? (23/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Most of my stocks are in the tech industry. I am looking to diversify. I have been thinking to add either Starbucks or McDonald’s. Also want to mention that all my stocks are for long term so not selling anything for at least five years and possibly longer. Which one would you pick and why? Thank you.   submitted by   /u/Mericaaaaa12 [link]   [comments]
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  42. How do you distribute your stocks between your taxable and non-taxable accounts? (18/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    For the longest time, I put most of my stocks into total market ETFs, then over a year ago, I decided to pick my own stocks. It was picking a mix of tech/growth/foreign, etc. I did decently against the S&P, but I kinda want to go back to a mix of individual stocks and total market. My question is how does everyone here distribute stocks between your taxable and non-taxable accounts? More aggressive stocks in your taxable accounts? or vice versa? My Fidelity is currently about 50% taxable, 25% traditional IRA, 25% Roth IRA (got super lucky with a few stock picks hence the high percentage).   submitted by   /u/Changsta [link]   [comments]
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  43. What if there is no tech bubble? Maybe it's time to accept that tech will be outperforming other sectors because it is going to be a bigger and bigger part of our world day by day (17/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    This is not an attack. This is not cynicism. This is a genuine discussion. I am here to learn and I'm open to changing my mind and hearing opposing views. I've been hearing the same argument since early 2019. "When the tech bubble pops... bla bla bla... so don't go all in on tech stocks". Yet here we are. Tech stocks are stronger than ever. What strong indication is there that tech stocks will just suddenly pop and the rest of the market will be stronger than them? Perhaps it's time to face our new reality and accept the fact that we live in a highly technological society where everything to a huge degree depends on tech. Now I don't mean every tech stock is the same. I'm talking about big names. I'm saying that one can outperform S&P500 by going all in on big tech stocks or just investing in only-tech ETFs. I for one simply cannot see Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Nvidia, Microsoft, etc. going anywhere anytime soon. And for that very reason I don't see anything wrong going all in on those stocks. Once again, I'm talking LONG TERM (5+ years). Bottom line is: pick a few tech stocks (trustworthy names such as Facebook, Apple, Nvidia, Alphabet, Microsoft) OR pick a good tech ETF OR if you feel adventurous pick a leveraged ETF (NYSE:FANG+, FNGU, etc.) and forget about S&P500 and other sectors. This is not financial advice. This is not a suggestion. DYOR. This is only a discussion and I want to be proven wrong because I know I'm biased and believe in tech stocks too much. I just feel that tech is here to stay and it will be stronger by day (VR/AR, blockchain-dependent tech, many other things coming up that will be massive over time).   submitted by   /u/egobamyasi [link]   [comments]
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  44. What are your best 1-2 line counters to the advice of "only invest in index funds?" (01/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I have a lot of friends who have heard stats about how most professional traders do not outperform the market and therefore it’s a fool’s errand that a non-professional trader try to pick individual stocks to invest in, instead of just passively dumping things into an index fund. Obviously, there’s some wisdom and value in this advice, but I’m assuming a lot of folks here pick individual companies to invest in and am curious to hear from folks simple one(ish)-liners that hit on the appeal and reasonableness of stock picking. Imagine addressing someone who is: Scared to pick individual stocks AND/OR Feels like it's gambling AND/OR Has heard, "most professional stock pickers can't even outperform the stock market long term." No paragraphs or multi-clause arguments or rebuttals to the prompt saying “it depends”. Quick and dirty one-liners only please.   submitted by   /u/mathaios620 [link]   [comments]
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  45. The curious case of VIPIT: Studies needed to identify susceptibility markers, diagnostic tests, treatments (13/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    Further studies will be needed to identify susceptibility markers, early diagnostic tests and effective treatments
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  46. Stocks to invest right now (28/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hello there, hope you’re all having a great week! If you would have 1.5k $ free to invest right now, what stocks would you pick and (if you have the time to share your thoughts) why? I’m just curious what you guys think it’s worth getting now :)   submitted by   /u/basavyr [link]   [comments]
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  47. Stock Selection: GARP – Mix of growth & value investing strategies (12/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    Investors should identify a growth stock which is undervalued and then gain when earnings rise. So, buy stocks when the P/E ratio is lower than the rate at which earnings per share can grow in the future
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  48. Europe Markets: European stocks and U.S. equity futures are under pressure as inflation worries persist (19/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Stocks in Europe pick up on selling from Asia and a downbeat day on Wall Street ahead of Federal Reserve minutes.
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  49. I entered into a stock competition to spite my ex-boyfriend despite knowing NOTHING about stocks. (22/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi all. I'm a freshman in college and I recently went through rather nasty breakup with my boyfriend (caught him hooking up with his ex at a party despite telling me he was quarantined for COVID). He is in charge of a stock competition where you have to pick a stock and do a 10 minute pitch on it, so I formed a team and entered. There are independent judges, so the only thing he will be able to do is hand the winning team the award, and I would like to win to see the look on his face. Here's the issue: I've never traded stocks in my life. I'm a fucking pre-law major and so are most of my teammates. We're smart and good with debate and arguing, but I barely know what the NASDAQ is much less have any ability to pick a stock from thin air. Do you guys have any advice on where and how to start? It is due in 10 days. Thanks reddit!   submitted by   /u/decafoatmilklatte [link]   [comments]
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  50. Most confident stocks you think will double in two years. (25/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I know no one knows for sure, obviously, but what stocks are you most confident in? What two or three high growth stocks do you truly feel will double or more in the next two years? If someone gave you $100k and said, “let it ride!”, which two or three would you pick? I’m not talking about random pennies, but solid companies that you are super confident in seeing blow up in the next two or three years.   submitted by   /u/Brune-Dawg [link]   [comments]
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