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How did you invest your first $5,000? Let me and everyone else know in the comments! It has never been a crazier time to invest in the #stock market with talk of inflation, recession, etc. creating turbulence and volatility. Here is one way to spread risk across your portfolio, but at the same time maximize your overall return! 1) Index funds and #ETF stocks - consider investing 65% of your portfoSee more
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Sold AmazonInvested for 29 days
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Tough sell, held Amazon for almost 3 years in Robinhood. Has produced a nice return and is a great long-term HODL. However, I just don't think it has the same growth potential at a 1.8T market cap as some other stocks in my portfolio. Planning to take funds from $AMZN and spread them into higher conviction plays #selling #FAANG #risk
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$FB $AMZN $AAPL $NFLX $GOOG known by many as FAANG. With yesterday's announcement that Facebook is changing their name to Meta (somehow not considering I hate Facebook to I hate Meta is an easier sentence) has thrown this acronym into chaos. $MSFT , who was left out because they didn't fit the acronym, is poised to open today as the most valuable company in the world. Might they now also lead the MAANG?See more
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$FB suffering its worst platform (Facebook, #Instagram , #WhatsApp ) since ‘08, and its stock nearly dropping 5% today. The company’s widespread drama (including the latest whistleblower showing how the social media platform has chosen PROFIT > PEOPLE) is worrisome to me. It has been one of my best performing #longtermstocks #FAANG See more
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Correction. A word that's being uttered more and more as the market continues to drift upward. So far this year the indexes have set 54 all time highs. Yet I'm sure many of you have been experiencing a much different reality. What gives? The S&P 500 has gone 34 days without rising 1% in any of them, the longest in 20 months. And the pool of companies feeling significant price pressure keeps expanSee more
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Which of the #FAANG #stocks do you think will 🚀 the most in the next year? For those who don’t know, FAANG stands for $FB, $AAPL, $AMZN, $NFLX, and $GOOG. For the past several years, they have been some of the top performing #techstocks and have outpaced the market. Many of them are quite large companies now with high #marketcap. But I am still holding onto all of them (except I don’t own Netflix), even with Amazon not doing much the past year! 🥺😭

Facebook7.69%
Apple30.77%
Netflix30.77%
Google30.77%
13 votes Ended 09/14/21
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