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Javier Moreno avatar
Javier Moreno
Invested in PayPal
Is PYPL A Value Trap? IMO at this moment it seems its been oversold, no totally bullish on PYPL, nor I see hyper growth but definitely not worth $60 or less, with the strong balance sheet they have. #longterm #deadcatbounce #buythedip #opporrtunity #buy
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Invested in AMC Entertainment
Don’t get burnt on the “Dead Cat Bounce”. A dead cat bounce is the theory that after a stock experiences a big price decline, it may experience a small and very short upward trend before it begins to falling again. I am NOT predicting That $AMC will rise or fall, I just felt that this was a good time to educate anyone who may not be aware of the dead cat phenomenon and may be investing in $AMC just because is slightly up today. I don’t see anything wrong with Investing in AMC today, but if you are investing with the hope that it will keep rising or were Waiting for the stock to rise before you invest this is a warning. Everybody knows that we should buy low and sell high but if you are waiting for the stock to stop falling you are not buying low you are attempting to time the market. In order to properly by low you have to buy the dips incrementally as the stock is falling. There is nothing else in the world that you buy when the sale ends, however people do it all the time with stocks. They buy stocks that they don’t believe in when they are expensive and they sell them when they are cheap because they lost money. I buy stocks that I believe in, only when they begin two lose value and can’t be brought at a discount. This works for me because I personally do not invest in stocks that I don’t believe in, therefore, I actually prefer to invest in stocks when it’s on its way down. This allows me to sit and comfortably watch other investors as they try to invest only when the price has stopped falling or are investing as the stock becomes more expensive. Some people inaccurately believe that if a stock is trending higher that the stock will continue to trend higher. They falsely believe that if a stock is trending lower that the stock will continue to fall. I personally don’t believe in following trends and I am not interested in waiting for any security find a bottom when it’s currently available at a discount right now. Nobody knows where the bottom is or how low any stock will fall before it starts rising again. When you wait to find a bottom you almost always end up missing the bottom and almost always end up investing when the stock is rising. If you invest in stocks when they are rising you are investing backwards and setting yourself up for trouble if the rising stock trend reverses sharply and decreases again; If the stock continues to rise being late to the party only guarantees that you missed part of the upswing. #pocketchangeinvestments #deadcatbounce
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