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I wanted to drop this video here for any beginners out there (or more experienced investors who want a GREAT explanation of markets). 📈 While I could spend a massive amount of time trying to explain the stock market to you, this video will do a MUCH better job. Thanks Netflix! ($NFLX ) 😂 Give it a watch and let me know what you think. Have a great one everybody! 💙See more
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it’s so crazy how my Camber Energy post took off😭. I was just asking a question and there are legit grown men mad at me because they think I don’t know what a halt is. 💀What happened with Camber was odd and it’s blatantly obvious. It was HALTED several times and only when the prices where going up. I’ve only witnessed a stock HALT once or twice and it covered gains and dips, not just gains. RegardSee more
#TinyTips Small tip for any #beginnerinvestor 's out there❗Be aware of expense ratios❗️ ----- What is an expense ratio? An expense ratio, put into layman's terms, is how much it costs you to invest in a fund or ETF. Now, it is a touch more complicated than that but again, we are keeping it simple. The higher the % the more it costs. The lower the %, the cheaper.See more
⚠️URGENT POST⚠️ In case you arent aware of whats coming up Thursday & Friday i'll explain right now. Thursday and Friday is most likely going to be a massacre for most of us. The Federal Reserve Symposium starts Thursday and this is where they are going to be discussing tapering and how soon it's going to happen (heres the link explaining tapering and whats happening if you dont know) https://publicSee more
⭐BEGINNER TIP⭐ (DOUBLE EDITION) (TAX CALCULATOR & SLICES) 💸 Still way too much misinformation about taxes, especially short term so i found an awesome TAX CALCULATOR on Public that will tell you how much you'll pay in taxes everytime you make a gain!(its not 100% but it'll give you a close idea of what it'll be) 📲 Here's a video explaining shortSee more
Spider Tribune (Weekend Edition) 08/22/2021
Tapering Explained, Fed Meeting, Earnings, & Data Coming Out
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Averaging down (DCA) & when do i decide to do it? So first let me explain averaging down (dollar cost averaging) - to buy more shares of a stock when it drops under the price you originally payed or the average paid per share. Averaging down helps in a major way when a stock price you own is dropping because instead of selling at a loss if you buy and add to the postion not only do you bring downSee more
⚠️NEW EDIT: I ADDED THE 3rd TYPE OF VIOLATION(AT THE BOTTOM) Hey everyone! IF YOU ARE NEW STOP DAY TRADING READ THIS FIRST BEFORE YOU GET RESTRICTED I know i just covered this less than a month ago but Ive come across so many people selling minutes after buying and i think there's going to be a huge wave of people getting restricted and then blaming Public because of it. If you havent read my postSee more
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