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Stephan Leslie
Invested in Ether
#buildandgrow #possabilities #entrypoint
Invested in Suncor Energy
📌started position here $SU following options flow for upside potential 📌I am not a financial advisor , Trade at your own risk. #entry #tradeidea #swingtrade #entrypoint #stocks
#InvestingStrategies When investing your money, there is no investment strategy that will make up for investing in a bad investment vehicle. So before you worry too much about dollar cost averaging vs actively investing, be sure to do your due diligence on whatever asset you invest in. In my opinion, one of the simplest and effective strategies for new and seasoned investors alike is dollar cost avSee more
#CrossOver So there is really no good substitute for investing in a quality company. With that said, it can be hard to pick the right time to jump into a company? You pick the right company, but the wrong time to invest ... and you could still end up losing money. One way to know if you are getting a good deal is to look at the simple moving average (SMA). For instance, if the current stock priceSee more
#EntryPoint What is your process for picking an entry point for a particular stock or ETF that you have been watching? If you are dollar cost averaging then the entry point doesn't matter and it matters more about how much and how often you are investing. If you are only buying the dips without knowing more about the stock or macroeconomics affecting the company ... you run the risk of catching a fSee more
#EntryPoint When picking an index fund I usually don't worry about price when I enter into the position or add. I simply dollar cost average. I learned the hard way last year that when picking individual stocks that it is important to pay closer attention to the entry point. Since then I have learned more about Technical Analysis and use it to help me pick a reasonable time to start a position. FirSee more
Nibbling at these levels. SPY currently has supports at 466/464/460(gap). TQQQ and SPY are heavily correlated. Technicals point to a solid entry; thus nibbling at TQQQ. Tesla also contributes heavily to TQQQs movement, and I personally see Tesla turning back green sometime this week(depending on JPows words come this Wed.). With Tesla turning, and solid support shown by SPY today, it made sense to nibble TQQQ. #possibilities #nibble #nomnomnom #growth #buythedip #technicalanalysis #Elon #entrypoint
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