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Sold AsanaInvested for 148 days
Lost64.53%
Not gonna lie… this one hurt! I broke a long standing rule of not selling in the red… trouble is, they are almost all red in my portfolio… the first qtr of 2022 has been awful… gonna pull a lot of my public $ and put it to work somewhere else… too much liquid cash in public right now and I wanna move it over to some real estate I have… stock market is and has been tough. Gonna leave a little here in public just to continue playing with… I don’t know about y’all??? But I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired of the color red! #ASAN #affirm #paypal #Moderna were my WORST investment of the last two years #Costco - #Ford - #Tesla have been by far my top 3 trades with #Zim with an honorable mention. Still - an overall 9% green gain for the past 2 years from stock market - so I can’t be too mad, all things considered. I now understand more than ever why I pay a fiduciary to manage my family’s money rather than myself doing it. I have learned a bunch and if you have a portfolio at all - even if it’s only a 401k match from an employer, I would highly recommend doing a platform like public to get a better understanding of how YOUR MONEY works.
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Sold AffirmInvested for 201 days
Lost64.67%
This was…. Awful!!! APPS CAN BE RISKY INVESTMENTS! They enabled so much account security when I lost my phone I couldn’t log in to the app. If I had I would’ve known to SELL before it fell more than 60% more. Just now able to log back in, and after investing for over a year… I have less money invested than what I put in. Just awful. #whynot #longterm #risk #educate #affirm
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Sold AffirmInvested for 14 days
Made27.12%
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As a newbie on this stocks thing, I’ve seen people selling some of their stocks with the comment of “taking the profits” or “investing the profits in other places”. My question is this: what are some pros and cons of taking out profits from stocks? I have #affirm stocks that I’m contemplating taking out the gains from. But I worry since I’ve no idea quite yet what I’m doing. 😂 #learning
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The buy now pay later with 0% interest with Affirm is a much better option than using traditional credit cards for purchases. This allows shoppers to pay for their products without having high interest fees! Affirm is also partnering with Amazon! This will drive the price of affirm back up to all time highs! #affirm #growth #amazon #creditcards
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