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Question from a #rookieinvestor The significant growth in one day is evident. At this point what do y’all recommend I do? Do I sell? Do I hold? Do I buy more and add to my portfolio? #helpwanted #pleaseandthankyou
Sep 9 - Sep 15, 2021
#TechnicalAnalysis #Cryptocurrency So lets play out this hypothetical situation. Lets say that I believe the Efficient Market Hypothesis for the stock market can crossover to cryptocurrency. Building on this, lets say technical analysis should also still be applicable as it is no different than issues of supply and demand when it comes to cryptocurrency? While probably it is best practice to use thSee more

#HelpWanted So I may have watched a few videos on how to build a YouTube channel before diving in ... but honestly I still barely have a handle on it and just dove right in. I did get some recent feedback that if I wanted to take advantage of the algorithm that I probably would need to branch into longer videos and get in front of the 📹. At this point, I think things have gotten enough traction that I probably will commit to doing a video in front of a camera ... 🤮 public speaking. With that being said I was wanted to pick the #PublicCommunity's 🧠 ... about how long of a video should I shoot for? At this point I've created the channel w/ teaching to the #PublicCommunity in mind and less about trying to maximize YouTube's algorithm ... it is probably time I find a happy medium and not self sabotage. P.S.: My original goal w/ Whiteboard Video Shorts was to hopefully teach things while you are doing something boring like brushing your teeth w/ the Financial Lingo section. With my work schedule I will probably have to keep those for daily content and won't be able to add voice to these due to time constraints. Oh and FYI ... I got back on FB to explore this platform too - (probably the wrong link ... somehow FB got complicated since I got off in 2020). #StrawPolls #HelpMeHelpYou

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Invested in Corsair Gaming
#Gaming - what other gaming ones am I missing out on and why should I add them over adding more to my new position in Corsair? #HelpWanted
Invested in Doximity
#MoneyWatchlist - as a doctor I don’t understand the recent run up. Does anyone in the healthcare field actually find Doximity helpful? It literally just clutters my inbox like from that one time I bought something on $ETSY … maybe it is just me? Seriously would like someone else’s take on this one … please do your thing 👇🏽 #HelpWanted
#VaccineMakers If both companies make similar COVID19 mRNA vaccines and both are trying to get approval for booster vaccines ... then why are these two companies tracking so differently? Is it because $MRNA is a newer company w/ more attractive growth potential as it is now trying to branch out to RSV (recent fast track approval) and tackling the Flu vaccine. Don't get me wrong, I am absolutely loviSee more
Aug 10, 2020 - Aug 9, 2021
#ROE #InvestopediaCliffNotes Return on equity was one that almost didn't make the cut ✂️. It was rather tough to find ROE for companies and questioned whether or not it was worth it until I stumbled on this 💎 on Investopedia (link below). Happy Friday! First, a quote: “I can afford to not be the greatest investor in the world, but I can’t afford to be a bad one.” - Morgan Housel The Breakdown: - RSee more
#IceBreaker 100% copy and paste from: And start! ... but please don't comment below 🚫🙅. Take one of these ideas and run with it. Just looking for more interesting and diverse content ... makes for better scrolling! 10 Icebreaker Questions to Get to Know People 1) What is your proudest accomplishment? 2) If you could write a book, what would itSee more
I’m in the market for a new bed … any suggestions? Apparently I’m a light snorer but an aggressive roller 😒. Currently have a purple mattress. I’m sure there at least a couple of funny stories on this topic 🤪 … please don’t disappoint 👇🏽 #HelpWanted
#InvestopediaCliffNotes #Gold I like Gold ... insert Austin Powers GIF here ... to @support it was probably the right call that our feeds aren't littered w/ GIFs. But #ThankYouPublic for the GIFs in messaging 🙌 - it is making for a more lively group chat function 😂. So today we are talking about Gold and I wanted to reiterate that I am an See more
#MiddleSchoolDance Dear #PublicPeople , Less awkward middle school dance 💃🕺... be dynamic not static. Meet new people. Interact with the new kid on the block. This could easily become one of the largest #Networking platforms - it doesn't just have to be for buying and selling stocks. Think bigger. Invite a friend. Just remember - be kind, be humble, be honest, and be respectful. Help build the commuSee more

#BookClub 📚 #ReadingRainbow 🌈 #SparkNotes 📝 Does anyone want to run an online Personal Finance Book Club? Lets start with the basics on how to create wealth. Winner of the poll ending TODAY is the one we read. (Go to: Join Group and Code is CIPQD3 - please I hope I did this right today). While this might be my idea - I would totally be ok with someone else running the show on this one. Feel free to poke around and spruce things up with a background photo and a few GIFs - I left a welcome message inside this time 😜. #HelpWanted Option 1: Starting Point: How To Create Wealth That Lasts - By: Kevin Matthews II * This one has 7 chapters and easily could read one a day so fits nicely into a week long read Option 2: The Simple Path to Wealth: Your road map to financial independence and a rich, free life - By: J.L. Collins * This one has a lot more than 7 chapters - still small manageable but maybe more like a month read P.S.: Please drop a message in the comments. I want to hear about your group ideas or better yet if you have the compose function - tag me in when you drop your post so I can see it and your Group Code! 🧐 Got my eye on learning how to buy/sell/grade collectibles as an investment strategy #PokemonCardInvestments,  #SportsCardInvestments, and #NonTraditionalInvestments. #PersonalFinance #FinancialFreedom #BuildingWealth #FosterCommunity

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