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We should hit $184.10 then slowly sink to $183.01 but I have my 👀👀👀 on other #bullmarket #stockstobuy #shortingthetrend
“Buy low, sell high” It’s a great philosophy! It’s one of the first things we learn as new investors. But we’re all ridiculously bad at it. Let’s talk about it 👇 In “The Intelligent Investor” by Ben Graham, there’s a line that says “investing isn’t about managing your money, it’s about managing your emotions.” The more you think about this concept, the more you realize it’s true. But why is thaSee more
Bull vs. Bear Market One way to describe the difference between a bull and bear market is to imagine a bull and a bear facing off in a ring. A bull market is like a strong, confident bull that is charging ahead, pushing prices higher and higher. A bear market is like a big, lumbering bear that is dragging its paws and pulling prices down. In a bull market, investors are optimistic and confident,See more
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2022 has been a BEAR market year. When do you think the BULL will return? #longterm #buildandgrow #bullmarket #bearmarket

2022 end of the year16.67%
2023 early 38.89%
2023 late11.11%
2024 or later33.33%
18 votes Ended 11/15/22

Are we still headed towards a #recession or is the #bullmarket back? Wdyt?

Bulls be back 🚀40%
Winter still coming ❄️60%
20 votes Ended 07/29/22
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The S&P 500 is officially in a BEAR MARKET 🐻📉 🔹 What does this mean? A bear market simply means the S&P 500 has fallen 20% in value from the previous all-time high. That is it. 🔹 Should I be afraid? No. There have been 14 bear markets since 1929... this being the 15th. The average bear market has lasted 18 months. If you have a longer time horizon then this might actually be beneficial to youSee more
❗️Social Experiment❗️ I am investing $2 (max) into a single share of a stock today. I will see how far I can flip it over the next year. The goal is to only buy single shares of stock, so if I go to $10, then buy a $10 stock. Interested? Feel free to follow along. ✅ I will log all trades publically and reasons for the investment.See more
#RetracementAddition #InvestopediaCliffNotes So I saved the best for last again this week. To be honest I had never heard about Retracement Addition until doing the video for #BullMarket . With that said, turns I was this years old when I learned about what my investing style was actually called 🤯 The Breakdown: - An investment strategy that is buy and hold w/ a splash of buy the little dip but don'tSee more
Jun 3 - Sep 3, 2021
#BullMarket #InvestopediaCliffNotes So I was this years old when I actually took the time to learn what it actually means to be in a "Bull Market" or "Bear Market." Who else is with me on this? Before I get started, I just wanted to give a brief update on what this week's line up will look like - Tu - Bear Market, Wed - Buy and Hold, Thur - Increased Buy and Old, and Fri - Retracement. The BreakdowSee more
Aug 31, 2020 - Aug 30, 2021
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