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16 June 2021
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Quick & Easy Guide to Trading Penny Stocks

Wallstreet Survivor

08/02/2021 - 20:14

Description: Penny stocks are stocks that typically trade for under $5 per share. They are usually characterized by high volatility. That means they are risky. Let’s explore further! Introducing Penny Stocks Trading Penny stocks were popularized in the mass-market with movies like the Wolf of Wall Street starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill Matthew McConaughey, and Read More... The post Quick & Easy Guide to Trading Penny Stocks appeared first on Wall Street Survivor.


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  3. Where to start? (15/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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Income Statement Trend, etc. ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/fundamental-analysis Earnings & revenue history. Is there growth? Is there potential? I look at the financials and the projections. Have they missed earnings? Have they beat earnings? Has earnings remained flat or grew consistently? GuruFocus.com: https://www.gurufocus.com/financials/AAPL BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/income-statement/annual Chartmill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/financials/income-statement Valuations. How is this valuated? (PEG ratio, P/E ratio). Is it undervalued? How does the valuations compare to peers or competitors in the industry? Validea: https://www.validea.com/guru-analysis/aapl GuruFocus: https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/AAPL/dcf Price upside/ targets & Analysts rating consensus. I am curious about what the analysts covering a stock think it's worth. 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  32. A guide to how I day trade (11/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Don’t go all in on trades, keep some $ aside to dollar cost average if a trade goes against you. Try to average 2-4% gains per trade, if it goes down 2-4% you can either take a loss and move on or if there’s no bad news and you’re confident it should go back up, dollar cost average to lower your entry price. Manage your emotions no matter what way the stock heads, if you’re panicking when it goes down you’re more inclined to make a bad decision, if a stock goes up, don’t pat yourself on the back thinking this is easy and get used to winning. Risk management, sometimes there will be bad news and the stock might open 10% lower. If this news is not potentially going to end the company, you’ll need to dictate more time to holding your position. Generally stocks tend to go up overtime. AVOID MEME STOCKS. By the time it became a meme the party’s already over, also avoid FOMO (fear of missing out) if a stock has risen too much too quickly, people will sure be taking profit. The more money you have on the table the more the gains and losses, if you’re making 2-4% profit per day trading day (roughly 253 days) that’s roughly 500-1000% gains in a year. If you’re a beginner, start small and find your own method eventually that works best for you. I’ve been using this method and it’s working out really well for me so far. Feel free to list your own methods that works for you :) &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/LifeisDankiThink [link] &#32; [comments]
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  33. Can we lobby and fight for Robinhood to provide us with CSV files for securities trading history as every single online trading brokerage out there provides it? It is really annoying trying to export on my own, and if anyone has an easy way to do it please (29/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  34. Helpful guide on researching, analyzing & performing DD on stocks [15 things to consider looking at] (18/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Wanted to share this quick guide on things to consider looking at in a stock (15 points), when researching, analyzing or performing DD (due diligence) on a stock. This post is not mine, I borrowed/re-shared from r/FluentInFinance because I found it helpful, and wanted to share with other newer investors like myself! Original post: A lot of investors having been asking questions on what to look at when considering a stock, and where to find the information, so I put this guide together on the things I look at. I updated my post from 2 months ago, to include links, and expand on some points. (Before we begin, I do want to take a quick moment to mention, that ETFs are the safer route (than &quot;stock picking&quot;) due to diversification. But, any newer investors should consider ETFs before &quot;picking stocks&quot;. Some some ETF&#39;s I own are: $MGC for MegaCap, $IVV for S&amp;P 500, $QQQ for NASDAQ, $VGT for Tech, $VOT for MidCap, $VBK for SmallCap, $ARK for Innovation. With that being said, anyone who wants to do some &quot;educated&quot;/ &quot;researched&quot; gambling, keep reading. There points below are basically the things I cover when I look at a stock, and where I get them from. At the end of the day, this is your money, and noone cares more about it than you do. (This list is in no particular order. Below is just my preference. Everyone&#39;s &quot;recipe&quot; is different. Find what works for you! Know the company. I also use google to find out as much as a company as possible. What do they do? How do they make money? Why are they important? What are their products? Positives? Strengths? Moat? Advantages? Opportunities? Growth? Catalysts? Downside? Negatives? Concerns? Weaknesses? Threats? Risks? Growth. I look into the financials to look at past growth. I look into news, 10Q&#39;s, 10Ks, investor presentations, and statements to look for future growth. I find out out new products, or a changing landscape. How will the company scale? Financial health. Are the financials strong? Is the company financially healthy? Are cash flows from operations positive? How are Investing &amp; Financing Cashflows? Is net income growing? Are profit margins Getting better? Is the Quick ratio over 2 to sustain operations? Is EPS growing? Income Statement Trend, etc. ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/fundamental-analysis Earnings &amp; revenue history. Is there growth? Is there potential? I look at the financials and the projections. Have they missed earnings? Have they beat earnings? Has earnings remained flat or grew consistently? GuruFocus.com: https://www.gurufocus.com/financials/AAPL BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/income-statement/annual Chartmill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/financials/income-statement Valuations. How is this valuated? (PEG ratio, P/E ratio). Is it undervalued? How does the valuations compare to peers or competitors in the industry? Validea: https://www.validea.com/guru-analysis/aapl GuruFocus: https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/AAPL/dcf Price upside/ targets &amp; Analysts rating consensus. I am curious about what the analysts covering a stock think it&#39;s worth. I look to see what the analysts covering it, have to say about the price targets. TipRanks: https://www.tipranks.com/stocks/aapl/forecast ChartMill: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/analyst-ratings Charts Analysis and the technical indicators. I am curious about what the charts have to say about momentum, and what prior prices and charting have to say about price prediction. I try to read and interpret the charts to see what previous trading patterns can predict. What are the short-term, mid-term and long-term predictions? I look at RSI, moving averages, MACD, Stochastic Oscillator, etc. BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/opinion ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/technical-analysis CEO, Management Team and Leadership: I check Glassdoor and Indeed to learn about the management of the company, and google their CEO. A CEO with low/ bad ratings is a bad sign Short selling. How much of this stock is sold short? Are people betting against it? If so, why are they? What is the put/call ratio? Are people betting against this stock? Then is so, research why. This might be reasons to be weary. BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/put-call-ratios Peers &amp; competition, and competitive landscape. How does this company stack up against its competitors and peers? How do the financials compare? How to the products compare? Is there a moat? Institutional Sponsorship. Are big banks and wall street holding this? How much or this company&#39;s stock do they hold? GuruFocus.com: https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/AAPL/ownership TipRanks: https://www.tipranks.com/stocks/aapl/hedge-funds Insider Trading. Is the CEO buying or selling shares? Is management buying or selling shares? ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/ownership How many ETFs that hold this stock? Will they continue to buy it up and drive price? ETFDB: https://etfdb.com/stock/AAPL/ Recent News. I Google the company and look at recent articles. What are people saying? What are bloggers saying? What is the news saying? Any new news? Bad news? Good News? Reasons for movement in recent stock price? TipRanks.com: https://www.tipranks.com/stocks/aapl/stock-analysis BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/sec-filings Social sentiment. I check what people are saying on twitter and google search trends. Average volume traded. Is this stock liquid? Would I be able to get my money back? How easy can I trade it. How large/small are the bid/ask spreads? \**This post is not mine, borrowed/re-shared from* r/FluentInFinance because I found it helpful, and wanted to share with other newer investors like myself &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/andystacks [link] &#32; [comments]
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  35. What are penny stocks? (10/03/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    All British stocks have to be made up of pennies, right? They have a monetary value, after all.&nbsp; Even the London Stock Exchange Group&lsquo;s share price &ndash; one of the highest in the FTSE 100 according to, well, the London Stock Exchange &ndash; is made up of pennies (just under eight thousand of them at the time of writing). But this isn&rsquo;t classified as a penny stock (or penny share). [top_pitch] What exactly are penny stocks? The difference between penny stocks and penny shares comes down to semantics. And perhaps geography! But essentially, if a listed company&rsquo;s shares trade for less than US$5 then it&rsquo;s regarded as a penny stock. And over on this side of the pond, if an equity&rsquo;s share price sits under &pound;1, it can be deemed a penny share. Don&rsquo;t worry about the ever-changing value of currency &ndash; this definition is well set! As I write, the high-street chain and household name Lloyds Banking Group&lsquo;s shares are valued at around 40p each. So, despite having a market cap of almost &pound;30 billion, it falls into the category of a penny share! (And since &lsquo;stocks&rsquo; and &lsquo;shares&rsquo; tend to be interchangeable in today&rsquo;s investing language, you&rsquo;re unlikely to get picked up on if you call Lloyds a penny stock.) [middle_pitch] Can you get rich from penny shares? Possibly. But you can also &lsquo;get poor&rsquo;, too. There&rsquo;s a stigma around the term, and this comes from the fact that they are frequently traded. (I&rsquo;ll repeat: traded, rather than invested in.) Because many can be bought in large quantities due to their seemingly cheap individual price, they are seen as more accessible to day-traders (as opposed to shares in Amazon, for example, which are currently available for around &pound;2,200 each!).&nbsp; This causes share-price volatility, and often wild swings in value on a day-to-day basis. So a beginner might be &lsquo;up&rsquo; on their investment one day, and &lsquo;down&rsquo; the next. A lot of the time, shareholders of penny stocks are at the mercy of other investors&rsquo; actions &ndash; rather than the market largely reacting to the company&rsquo;s prospects. That&rsquo;s not to say all penny shares will turn out to be bad investments, of course. Looking at ASOS, its share began life with a price of a little under 25p each. These days, they&rsquo;re worth over &pound;50 per share! If you&rsquo;re new to investing, then do take a look at our list of top share-trading accounts for beginners. And if you&rsquo;re more experienced, as well as prone to buying and selling shares more regularly, then you might be interested in our top picks for some of the best low-cost, cheap share-dealing accounts around. Whatever you do, though, I encourage you to invest Foolishly, not foolishly! &ldquo;This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997&rdquo; I&rsquo;m sure you&rsquo;ll agree that&rsquo;s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What&rsquo;s more, we firmly believe there&rsquo;s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we&rsquo;re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now &mdash; and we&rsquo;ll tell you the name of this Top&nbsp;US Share&hellip; free of charge! More reading 2 of my best shares to buy now Rapid workplace Covid-19 testing now available to all English businesses Will the Carnival share price return to 3,000p? A cheap UK stock to buy before the ISA deadline! The ITV share price is up 94% in 6 months! Here&rsquo;s what I&rsquo;d do now The post What are penny stocks? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  36. Helpful guide on researching, analyzing & performing DD on stocks [15 things to consider looking at] (09/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Wanted to share this quick guide on things to consider looking at in a stock (15 points), when researching, analyzing or performing DD (due diligence) on a stock. This post is not mine, I borrowed/re-shared from r/FluentInFinance because I found it helpful, and wanted to share with other newer investors like myself! &#x200B; Original post: A lot of investors having been asking questions on what to look at when considering a stock, and where to find the information, so I put this guide together on the things I look at. I updated my post from 2 months ago, to include links, and expand on some points. (Before we begin, I do want to take a quick moment to mention, that ETFs are the safer route (than &quot;stock picking&quot;) due to diversification. But, any newer investors should consider ETFs before &quot;picking stocks&quot;. Some some ETF&#39;s I own are: $MGC for MegaCap, $IVV for S&amp;P 500, $QQQ for NASDAQ, $VGT for Tech, $VOT for MidCap, $VBK for SmallCap, $ARK for Innovation. With that being said, anyone who wants to do some &quot;educated&quot;/ &quot;researched&quot; gambling, keep reading. There points below are basically the things I cover when I look at a stock, and where I get them from. At the end of the day, this is your money, and noone cares more about it than you do. (This list is in no particular order. Below is just my preference. Everyone&#39;s &quot;recipe&quot; is different. Find what works for you! &#x200B; Know the company. I also use google to find out as much as a company as possible. What do they do? How do they make money? Why are they important? What are their products? Positives? Strengths? Moat? Advantages? Opportunities? Growth? Catalysts? Downside? Negatives? Concerns? Weaknesses? Threats? Risks? &#x200B; Growth. I look into the financials to look at past growth. I look into news, 10Q&#39;s, 10Ks, investor presentations, and statements to look for future growth. I find out out new products, or a changing landscape. How will the company scale? &#x200B; Financial health. Are the financials strong? Is the company financially healthy? Are cash flows from operations positive? How are Investing &amp; Financing Cashflows? Is net income growing? Are profit margins Getting better? Is the Quick ratio over 2 to sustain operations? Is EPS growing? Income Statement Trend, etc. ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/fundamental-analysis &#x200B; Earnings &amp; revenue history. Is there growth? Is there potential? I look at the financials and the projections. Have they missed earnings? Have they beat earnings? Has earnings remained flat or grew consistently? GuruFocus.com: https://www.gurufocus.com/financials/AAPL BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/income-statement/annual Chartmill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/financials/income-statement &#x200B; Valuations. How is this valuated? (PEG ratio, P/E ratio). Is it undervalued? How does the valuations compare to peers or competitors in the industry? Validea: https://www.validea.com/guru-analysis/aapl GuruFocus: https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/AAPL/dcf &#x200B; Price upside/ targets &amp; Analysts rating consensus. I am curious about what the analysts covering a stock think it&#39;s worth. I look to see what the analysts covering it, have to say about the price targets. TipRanks: https://www.tipranks.com/stocks/aapl/forecast ChartMill: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/analyst-ratings &#x200B; Charts Analysis and the technical indicators. I am curious about what the charts have to say about momentum, and what prior prices and charting have to say about price prediction. I try to read and interpret the charts to see what previous trading patterns can predict. What are the short-term, mid-term and long-term predictions? I look at RSI, moving averages, MACD, Stochastic Oscillator, etc. BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/opinion ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/technical-analysis &#x200B; CEO, Management Team and Leadership: I check Glassdoor and Indeed to learn about the management of the company, and google their CEO. A CEO with low/ bad ratings is a bad sign &#x200B; Short selling. How much of this stock is sold short? Are people betting against it? If so, why are they? &#x200B; What is the put/call ratio? Are people betting against this stock? Then is so, research why. This might be reasons to be weary. BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/put-call-ratios &#x200B; Peers &amp; competition, and competitive landscape. How does this company stack up against its competitors and peers? How do the financials compare? How to the products compare? Is there a moat? &#x200B; Institutional Sponsorship. Are big banks and wall street holding this? How much or this company&#39;s stock do they hold? GuruFocus.com: https://www.gurufocus.com/stock/AAPL/ownership TipRanks: https://www.tipranks.com/stocks/aapl/hedge-funds &#x200B; Insider Trading. Is the CEO buying or selling shares? Is management buying or selling shares? ChartMill.com: https://www.chartmill.com/stock/quote/AAPL/ownership &#x200B; How many ETFs that hold this stock? Will they continue to buy it up and drive price? ETFDB: https://etfdb.com/stock/AAPL/ &#x200B; Recent News. I Google the company and look at recent articles. What are people saying? What are bloggers saying? What is the news saying? Any new news? Bad news? Good News? Reasons for movement in recent stock price? TipRanks.com: https://www.tipranks.com/stocks/aapl/stock-analysis BarChart.com: https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/AAPL/sec-filings &#x200B; Social sentiment. I check what people are saying on twitter and google search trends. &#x200B; Average volume traded. Is this stock liquid? Would I be able to get my money back? How easy can I trade it. How large/small are the bid/ask spreads? \**This post is not mine, borrowed/re-shared from* r/FluentInFinance because I found it helpful, and wanted to share with other newer investors like myself &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/andystacks [link] &#32; [comments]
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  37. My Watch List for 3/30/2021 (30/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    $ALDX - Super strong support, brokers price target is super high. I think the potential for this one is massive. &#x200B; $BDR - Beautiful channel up, and it is right near trend line up. This is beautiful but it is very volatile so do not get caught bag holding. &#x200B; $BE - This a lot like $ALDX, with the support being mega strong here. If it holds could be a very easy 10 - 20% quickly. &#x200B; $FET - This trend line is very strong, and it is also right above a support. I love this play, and it may need a few days to develop. &#x200B; $HL - Fantastic trend up and support area. If this also holds could ne a very quick trip to $6.25 for some quick money. &#x200B; $SQ - Again, a beautiful support and trend line up, gorgeous. If this holds it may be massive move coming. &#x200B; $TAST - Quick % and we are right back here again, I love this play. If we hold again it could be the new $KPTI to me. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/No_Seesaw1134 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  38. Why dont people wait to sell until the stocks go back up again? (28/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    i now this must be a stupid and noob question but &#x200B; I am thinking about getting into some day trading and after researching a lot i got a lot of warnings that 80% of people loose money day trading. but i am just thinking why dont people hold out on a stock until it eventually goes up. I mean i can understand if u sell a penny stock if it starts going down as it is possible it won&#39;t come back up. but for big companies like tesla and stuff why do people not wait until the stock goes up again. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/varun1232 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  39. The Retail Trader Wave. (11/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    These last few weeks have been bizarre in terms of the stock market and it has left me at a complete loss as to what &quot;up &amp; coming&quot; companies to put my money on at the moment. I am feeling that I would like to outline my running thesis as to what has been going on. The GME gamma squeeze has changed a whole lot. Probably this is just a short term distrubance, though it could be a continual change, I really don&#39;t know. So what has happened? Part 1 - Gamestop Gamestop and its prophesied gamma squeeze awoke the hoard. Tens, if not hundreds of thousands of newby traders exploded out onto the freshly burgeoning retail trading platforms to take advantage of the promise of riches beyond belief. You see a rumour began to spread that the ruling financial elites had gotten greedy, they had over extended, and trapped themselves in an unwinnable situation. How lucky we all now were. We simply needed to buy up these shares and we would soar to the moon carried by a rocket, powered by the elites lost money. It was irresistible. It was a promise not only of immense wealth, but also of destroying those that had destroyed others so many times. This, of course, didn&#39;t end as most people expected. The elites escaped their fate. The early traders made millions, most won minor amounts and some lost more then they could. Part 2 - The Fallout So, suddenly the market had become open to a hoard of fresh traders that had gotten a taste, a teaser of what they could make from a hobby in stock trading. They had only two questions on their mind &quot;What stocks are the next GME?&quot; &amp; &quot;Which of these winning stocks can I afford and win the most?&quot;. These two questions inevitably led them to one place... THE PENNY STOCKS! (also stocks under about $30) Though, most of them couldn&#39;t access all penny stocks, just those penny stocks that are avaliable on most standard trading platforms. Part 3 - Thesis I am doing away with the story like tone of this now, though I hope you enjoyed that. Essentially, A ton middle class people that don&#39;t have ridiclous amounts of money surged into the market and have all been trying to guess the next GME/Big thing and many have just been following trends on mass. The issue with this is there is currently &quot;seemingly&quot; high quality DD posts being made of virtually every widely avaliable stock under $10, and of many stocks that are a bit higher than $10. I imagine, because of this, many people might be experiencing the same problems as me now. &#x200B; It is much harder to tell which low cost stocks are actually potentially good long term investments and which are riding the hype wave and new trader wave. Many of the potentially good long term stocks have shot way past what there forecast long term gains had been. So, I am left wondering how far they will recede back, if at all, and when should i buy back in. I am curious what the take of other traders on here are about handling this situation? Personally these are the steps I have taken. I have benefited with a small amount of winnings both from GME &amp; from weed stocks as well as some of the other penny stock gains. I have taken all of my money out of these sort of plays temporarily and moved most of it into safer long term investments. Most into a few different ETF&#39;s, some into SQ, Microsoft, Apple. Though I have kept a small amount ( an amount I have no problem loosing) and I chucked it into TRX, &quot;why&quot;, you may ask, &quot;have you moved stocks into a strange unimpressive canadian gold mining?&quot; simply because it was one of the last widely accesbile(that is to say avaliable on most amatuer trading platforms) penny stocks under $1, I suspect it may move up simply because of how cheap it is. Stocks under $1 seem, at least temporarily, to be soaring for the simple fact of being under $1. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/lostduck86 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  40. What Undervalued stocks Are You Considering or Buying Given That The Market Has Been A Bit Red? (27/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have my eyes on a few stocks and I have averaged down with one stock. I plan to hold stocks for years and I am not looking for a quick buy and sell strategy. I have been very interested in lower cap stocks, but I definitely want to find any types of stocks. As the title says, since a lot of stocks have gone down these past two weeks, what stocks are on your watchlist or what have you bought? Companies that have caught my initial attention were: Alarm Holdings Haivision Systems MTBC Mercury Systems ACMR Research Luna Innovations &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/moneytobemade8 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  41. This subreddit acts as elitists and it's handicapping your gains (08/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    At this point if you do not have 3-5% exposure to high momentum equities (meme stocks), you are taking a massive opportunity loss. Retail trading has completely transformed since last March and it&#39;s important to refine our trading skills and approaches. To simply write off high momentum equities because your fundamental analysis tells you it is high risk or overvalued is simply foolish. How to minimize risk and get a piece of the pie: - Be attentive to new, seemingly popular tickers - Don&#39;t buy in after they go up 70% in one day (Look for 4%-15%) - Set trailing stops at 10% - Be quick in and out Far too often I see FOMO on here and then corresponding fundamental analyses in the comments saying that these stocks rallies don&#39;t make sense and always the comment, &quot;why is XX up 78% today? I was looking for news and there isn&#39;t any.&quot; &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/FAR_AUD_REG_BEC [link] &#32; [comments]
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  42. Staring stocks soon (29/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’m thinking about starting stocks and no video has been able to give me good info on how to start or definitions of specific stocks and how they work like penny stocks.So I basically im asking for some need to know info to start, how to start (I was thinking of using robinhood) and the different types of stocks I should invest in &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/zac654 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  43. Long-term pot stocks to buy? (11/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Repost because my last one got deleted for mentioning a certain stock.. if you commented before can you please comment again because it won&#39;t even let me see some peoples comments. I am new to investing, and trying to be smart and do some research but there&#39;s so much! I don&#39;t have a ton of money to invest so I&#39;ve been going after some penny stocks trying to make a quick buck, but also want to be smart and get some long term investments. I bought into the hype of another pot stock, and hate to be part of a pump and dump in an industry I believe in, but I&#39;m realizing that company is not the one to go with for long-term growth. I plan on doing more of my own research, but I&#39;m a little overwhelmed and still trying to learn what to even look for when investing in a company. I plan on doing more of my own research, but just wanted to see where other people are investing their $$ for long term growth in the cannabis industry. Any info would be great. Thanks in advance! &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/laterskatr [link] &#32; [comments]
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  44. SEC suspends trading of penny stock touted on social media (11/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  45. Stocks in focus: Easy Trip Planners, RIL, Future Retail, Adani Green Energy, Airtel, Vodafone, Bajaj-Auto (19/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    Nifty futures were trading over 100 points or 0.72 per cent lower at 14,491 on Singaporean Exchange, indicating a negative opening for BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 on Friday
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  46. Quick Question about starting out (12/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So before I came here i was dabbling around in the WSB forums and after realizing its absolutely cancerous i decided id check out this place. So I have done a little bit of trading before and made some profit but I was just wondering if hypothetically I had around $300 to use on robin hood. What would be the best options to go with, I have dabbled in the trade options when it comes to Puts and Calls but I just wanted advice on what the best option and Stocks to go in on would be. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/jdvader1 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  47. I started investing in February 2021. How do I ride out the storm when im losing my own initial investment? (06/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I didnt get to invest in 2020. I finally started in Feb this year after my friends kept telling me how easy it was to make money in stock market all their stocks were up at least 50%. So I am not sitting on gains. With how the charts on many of the tech/growth stocks look like. It is looking like I bought all my tech stocks at their ATH many of them are now down at least 50%. How do I ride this out? It feels like things are going to worse. And it also isn&#39;t the easy mode my friends were talking about they had in 2020. I&#39;d feel better if it was gains I was losing and had that cushion. Im currently down 40%. It would be worse but I got lucky with the Dog coin and put some of my money in SPY/VOO. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/joethemaker22 [link] &#32; [comments]
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  48. Quick Reminder: Having a portfolio consisting of different tech stocks does not mean you have a ‘Diversified Portfolio’ (31/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    To whom it may concern: (I’m aware most of you know how to properly diversify). I see some investors on here being invested in multiple tech equities, APPL, TSLA, AMZN, SONO etc. and talking about how well diversified their portfolio is. Just a quick reminder than having a diversified portfolio means that you have equities with ‘negative correlation’, and have diversified into different asset classes (equities, fixed-income, cash)(ex. stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETF’s). Or into different market caps, levels of risk, sector/industries as well as domestic and foreign investments. Any political, economical, or social catalysts that can affect the tech industry will most likely affect all your investors at the same time, in the same way, therefore just a quick reminder that having a portfolio consisting of only techs does not reduce the overall risk in your portfolio, and if anything, increases it, as such, you are not ‘Diversified’. &#32; submitted by &#32; /u/Mynameistowelie [link] &#32; [comments]
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  49. How to Rent guide: everything you need to know before you rent (11/04/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Did you know that landlords in England are required to serve tenants with the How to Rent guide booklet? Failure to do so could hinder landlords from repossessing their houses with a section 21 notice. The guide is designed to make tenants more aware of their rights and responsibilities. As a renter/tenant, it is also in your best interest to find out how to get the most out of your rental experience. Here is everything you need to know.&nbsp; [top_pitch] What is the How to Rent guide? This is a guide meant for both tenants/renters and landlords in the private sector to help them understand their rights and responsibilities. It provides detailed information and a checklist for each stage of the renting process. Expect to find information like: Answers to commonly asked questions about renting and landlords The two ways you can rent a property: from a landlord or through a letting agent What you need to check when looking for a new home and whether there are any licencing requirements Paperwork you need to inspect once you find a place The rights and responsibilities of the renter and landlord What happens when your tenancy agreement expires or if you or your landlord want to end the tenancy&nbsp; How you are protected from eviction if things go wrong You should get a copy of the How to Rent guide from your landlord. However, it might be wise to access it from the gov.uk website&nbsp;before you begin house hunting.&nbsp; [middle_pitch] The How to Rent guide: when did it start? The How to Rent guide was first published on 10 June 2014. It has since been updated about ten times, with the latest update released on 10 December 2020. There will more than likely be further updates in the future. Section 21 regulations for Landlords in England require landlords to provide renters with the most recent How to Rent guide at the beginning of new tenancies from October 2015. This also means that if there is an update, the landlord should provide you with a copy. It might also be wise to read the COVID-19 and renting: guidance for landlords, tenants and local authorities. It was first published on 28 March 2020 and the latest update was released on 24 March 2021. You can access it on the gov.uk website. The guide offers advice to landlords and tenants on their rights and responsibilities during the coronavirus pandemic. It also highlights the provisions in the Coronavirus Act 2020. What documents are required for the right to rent? Landlords are required to check a tenant&rsquo;s right to rent. This is a way for landlords to confirm that you are allowed to rent a house in England.&nbsp; You may be requested to provide the following documents: A UK, EU/EEA passport or identity card Travel documents indicating you have indefinite leave to remain Visa where applicable A document indicating your Home Office immigration status A certificate of registration/naturalisation as a British citizen &ldquo;This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997&rdquo; I&rsquo;m sure you&rsquo;ll agree that&rsquo;s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What&rsquo;s more, we firmly believe there&rsquo;s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we&rsquo;re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now &mdash; and we&rsquo;ll tell you the name of this Top&nbsp;US Share&hellip; free of charge! More reading I was right about the Lloyds share price! Here&rsquo;s what I&rsquo;d do now How I&rsquo;d invest &pound;10k in a Stocks and Shares ISA right now The pros and cons of using social media for investing advice 3 penny stocks I&rsquo;d buy with &pound;3k How I&rsquo;d invest &pound;3k in a Stocks and Shares ISA The post How to Rent guide: everything you need to know before you rent appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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