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January 08, 2020, 11:24:47 AM
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Apple is a standard choice, but I'd suggest buying those that are continuously used. Like stocks in the Oil industry or something like that. Only invest in stocks of big companies like Apple/Tesla/Microsoft if you have the money, since they are attacking the world of technology and let's be honest, there's a lot of profit there if they actually manage to do it properly. There's also google, if they manage to perfect the idea and technology of quantum supremacy, hell I believe their stocks would go over the roof. Just recently it jumped to a record high of $1.4k, which kind of says a lot.

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January 08, 2020, 02:11:54 PM
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well , so far Apple still favoritable choice for investor , no wonder actually, since next project about Apple’s 5G iPhone have a strong demand.
about tesla , of course its not going below $300 again, If Tesla is able to sustain its level of profitability and demand in Europe and China, it could open the door to a new chapter of growth for the company.

What profitability of Tesla are you talking about? They had been making loss every year since 2010 [source]. However their stock is performing well despite this, so I'm not saying it's a bad investment.

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January 08, 2020, 04:20:56 PM
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Financial companies are always a good way to invest your money because in the best case they make profits, in the worst case they get bailed out by the country and they end up being bad for a while but recover, look at bank of america, they almost got bankrupted but then recovered now.

I would say including some wall street ones, pfizer is a good choice, insurance is good choice as well, right now depending on how this war thing will continue having some weapons companies would be a good idea as well, mineral mining companies are always a risk that may yield profitable if they struck gold (literally and figuratively) aside from that I believe gaming companies that haven't created a new game in few years could be good as well, depending on if they have any games releasing soon.

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January 08, 2020, 04:26:18 PM
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You are better off looking at defensive stocks that survive in downturns. Walmart is OK for this. Grocery stores, utilities and oil companies do well in downturns (because people continue buying their products).

That's a pretty good suggestion. Large-scale retailers don't often fold over. I've seen someone suggest investing in pharmaceuticals. Which also makes sense since there's always a market for meds. What do you think about Amazon?
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January 08, 2020, 07:43:39 PM
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You are better off looking at defensive stocks that survive in downturns. Walmart is OK for this. Grocery stores, utilities and oil companies do well in downturns (because people continue buying their products).

That's a pretty good suggestion. Large-scale retailers don't often fold over. I've seen someone suggest investing in pharmaceuticals. Which also makes sense since there's always a market for meds. What do you think about Amazon?

I totally agree with what you say about pharmacy, because the need for drugs now is very much and very needed and people will not be able to stop with treatment because the needs are very vital which will be fatal to humans if they stop treatment. but if I know how to sell it seems like I will not buy even if it's profitable because in many developing countries fraud often occurs with the monopoly of drugs. Amazon is also quite interesting because the development of online business is very advanced and continues to grow.

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January 08, 2020, 08:21:39 PM
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DISNEY! These guys are going to make bank with Disney Plus. Guy in the video is correct.

That sector is getting crowded. Do you think they'll be able to get the movies/series that others don't? Isn't that finally a game where widest selection wins the customers? Or are they coming too late in this game? Would be interesting to hear other's opinions, as I've been considering to buy Disney for a while..
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January 09, 2020, 01:06:34 AM
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DISNEY! These guys are going to make bank with Disney Plus. Guy in the video is correct.

That sector is getting crowded. Do you think they'll be able to get the movies/series that others don't? Isn't that finally a game where widest selection wins the customers? Or are they coming too late in this game? Would be interesting to hear other's opinions, as I've been considering to buy Disney for a while..

I feel like their Star Wars franchise is getting old. Their last movies were much worse than the previous ones and they are still depending on this saga by launching theme parks and such. They could be an ok investment or not. It's not like they're an obvious choice if you have the money. I'd really prefer Tesla.
I like Chinese companies. Xiaomi is looking like it went through a 2 year long bear market and is recovering, just like Bitcoin. There are many companies emerging from China that could get much bigger and more popular in the smart home industry and such.
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January 09, 2020, 01:13:02 AM
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Apple is a standard choice, but I'd suggest buying those that are continuously used. Like stocks in the Oil industry or something like that. Only invest in stocks of big companies like Apple/Tesla/Microsoft if you have the money, since they are attacking the world of technology and let's be honest, there's a lot of profit there if they actually manage to do it properly. There's also google, if they manage to perfect the idea and technology of quantum supremacy, hell I believe their stocks would go over the roof. Just recently it jumped to a record high of $1.4k, which kind of says a lot.

Yeah pretty much.
Stocks of big companies are safe enough to put in big amount of money.
Stocks of fresh companies and crypto currencies on the other hand both are too high risk to put in serious funds.
But you should invest in both if you want decent income from your investments.
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January 09, 2020, 02:08:07 AM
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I don't really think it would be good to buy stocks this year , since you already know about the trending WW 3 due to that it will most probably go down and after that is done you will be in a huge loss , .instead of these stocks I would say it would be good to buy cryptocurrencies because in the time of war they could help , even if the war is not officially official and scary , it would affect a lot of people and countries.
Therefore I think it would be good to stay away from the stock market.
I don't think so. yesterday President Trump made concessions to Iran because he knew that the war was now not good for America's rising economy. Besides, the US also defeated an important general of Iran, so they achieved the goal. so Mr. Trump is very calm and yielding, I think Iran doesn't want war either. In a nutshell, I think WW3 is quite far away, so it is still a good time to invest in technology stocks in the US.

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January 09, 2020, 02:53:29 AM
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well , so far Apple still favoritable choice for investor , no wonder actually, since next project about Apple’s 5G iPhone have a strong demand.
about tesla , of course its not going below $300 again, If Tesla is able to sustain its level of profitability and demand in Europe and China, it could open the door to a new chapter of growth for the company.

Yeah but do you want to buy something that has exceeding it's high position.  That's how people lose money.  Follow the warren buffet rule, buy when everyone is selling and sell when everyone is buying.  Dont be a top buyer.  Invest conservatively this is gonna dip real soon
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January 09, 2020, 07:25:56 AM
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well , so far Apple still favoritable choice for investor , no wonder actually, since next project about Apple’s 5G iPhone have a strong demand.
about tesla , of course its not going below $300 again, If Tesla is able to sustain its level of profitability and demand in Europe and China, it could open the door to a new chapter of growth for the company.

Yeah but do you want to buy something that has exceeding it's high position.  That's how people lose money.  Follow the warren buffet rule, buy when everyone is selling and sell when everyone is buying.  Dont be a top buyer.  Invest conservatively this is gonna dip real soon
but to do it is very difficult. buy when people sell and vice versa. especially now that many people sell, and we buy must patiently wait for our hopes. we all believe that bitcoin will surge back and therefore buying it will gradually reduce our risk


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January 09, 2020, 10:58:25 AM
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well , so far Apple still favoritable choice for investor , no wonder actually, since next project about Apple’s 5G iPhone have a strong demand.
about tesla , of course its not going below $300 again, If Tesla is able to sustain its level of profitability and demand in Europe and China, it could open the door to a new chapter of growth for the company.

What profitability of Tesla are you talking about? They had been making loss every year since 2010 [source]. However their stock is performing well despite this, so I'm not saying it's a bad investment.

about their Automotive Leasing,for Tesla right now automotive leasing is the most profitable business segments as its gross margin is the highest when compared to automotive sales and energy segment revenue. Compared to automotive sales revenue, leasing revenue gross margin is as much as 2X higher than automotive sales.
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January 09, 2020, 02:12:23 PM
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This is really an interesting topic because recently I have been looking into other investments and something else to invest in. Apart from Gold and Bitcoin, I have never invested in any other assets or stocks.

I started my Investment journey with Gold and after few months I decided to sell it before coming across Bitcoin around 2014 and then I started investing in Bitcoin. From then till now. I also did spread out to a few altcoins (Ethereum, Stellar and Bitcoin Cash), so cryptocurrency and gold has been my only investment so far. Recently I have been doing research and looking for other options to consider.

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Why does no one include Pfizer in their portfolio? Literally the only company to be assured to never go bankrupt lol
Maybe not bankrupt, but they were in some trouble about 12 years ago and had to slash their dividend and sold off some of their divisions--OTC and veterinary medications if I remember correctly.  But I would generally agree that they're a good company and their dividend is back to being fairly high.  Pharma stocks are some of my favorites.

I've been out of the stock market for a while now, so I'm not up on what the hot stocks are these days.  The Tesla recommendation a few posts above sounds interesting, though I wonder if their cars are going to catch on.  They're kind of a cool company and one that accepts bitcoin if I'm not mistaken.

I'd stay away from social media stocks, but to each his own.  I think the only one that actually makes a profit is Facebook, whereas the rest of them remind me of the internet stocks of the 90s that had no hope of ever making a dime.

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about their Automotive Leasing,for Tesla right now automotive leasing is the most profitable business segments as its gross margin is the highest when compared to automotive sales and energy segment revenue.
They are on their momentum and just granted help by the local Chinese government where their manufacturer is located and they are exempted with China and US tariffs, CMIIW.

I also think that they are a good stock to buy and same as well with Sony that just introduced their electric car.

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January 09, 2020, 02:59:37 PM
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I have always been a big proponent of buying good solid blue chip companies.  They tend to weather economic storms nicely, and if you are in it for the long haul, you can't really go wrong.

That being said, I still re-balance my portfolio every 6 months. Sometimes that could mean adding shares or selling shares.


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January 09, 2020, 03:08:46 PM
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This is really an interesting topic because recently I have been looking into other investments and something else to invest in. Apart from Gold and Bitcoin, I have never invested in any other assets or stocks.

I started my Investment journey with Gold and after few months I decided to sell it before coming across Bitcoin around 2014 and then I started investing in Bitcoin. From then till now. I also did spread out to a few altcoins (Ethereum, Stellar and Bitcoin Cash), so cryptocurrency and gold has been my only investment so far. Recently I have been doing research and looking for other options to consider.

I'm in the same boat, would love to diversify some percentage of my crypto holdings to more regulated old-school assets like stocks and ETFs for the long term. However I don't see currently any better investment option that crypto currencies in the year of the halving.
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January 09, 2020, 09:10:08 PM
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The stocks of technology companies are the ones I recommend most in 2020, for example, the stocks of Tesla, Amazon, and Google which in the next few years will continue to show growth.


deviated from the discussion: for cryptocurrencies that are the best choice (for short or long term investments) in 2020 are Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Tron, Neo, BNB & Ethereum.

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January 09, 2020, 09:47:20 PM
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well , so far Apple still favoritable choice for investor , no wonder actually, since next project about Apple’s 5G iPhone have a strong demand.
about tesla , of course its not going below $300 again, If Tesla is able to sustain its level of profitability and demand in Europe and China, it could open the door to a new chapter of growth for the company.

Yeah but do you want to buy something that has exceeding it's high position.  That's how people lose money.  Follow the warren buffet rule, buy when everyone is selling and sell when everyone is buying.  Dont be a top buyer.  Invest conservatively this is gonna dip real soon

Good strategy for buying when people want to sell and selling when people want to buy. But do you know when it can be done? Can it be predicted to sell when people buy?

Absolutely.  Look at any stock market chart.  Looks pretty high to me.  Now go take a look at the market in other times when stocks blasted by all time highs, it will become clear looking at that trend what is going to happen next, maybe not this month..but eventually. Cool
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January 10, 2020, 07:48:09 AM
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What are your top 10 stocks? I saw five good ones in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5b_09iD229U&t=0s

Guy seems to make sense. I would add Tesla (I don't think it's going below $300 again), Sony (PS5 launch will be big), Apple and Walmart.


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There is a platform I have been making use of since last year and they give me access to invest my money in a lot of things like United capital bond fund, and farm investments. It’s really good how I can invest and check in daily to see how my money is going up. Cryptocurrency will always be on my list when it comes to what to invest in, and that’s especially Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Chainlink.

Apart from all these, I have also invested in gold and the price has been going up recently, can’t really tell why but I have seen news that it has to do with the US and Iran problem. I always keep record of every investment I make and I also try to follow up with trends that has to do with them, especially with cryptocurrencies.

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