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TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #42319
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3/22/2006 8:28:35 AM

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The way to spread risk is to diversify, diversify, diversify. Diversity in what you buy and when you buy. Buy at least 10 different stocks in 10 different industries. In this way, if something happens to one stock or one industry, your portfolio will not be mortally wounded.

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B. Diversify in What and When You Buy.

Do not put more than 10% of your funds into any single stock.

Do not own more than two stocks in the same industry.

Do not plunge into the market all at once. Spread your investments over time.

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heypa
283 posts
msg #42329
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3/22/2006 11:51:55 AM

I'd rather not use someone else to pick my stocks.If I make money I want it to be as a result of my abilities and actions.Besides I like to keep my overhead costs low.I know Walmart is very successful but with their great on going costs and small profit margins the ice is thin if income drops even slightly.


maxreturn
745 posts
msg #42367
Ignore maxreturn
3/23/2006 8:06:01 AM

TRO, I investigated Vectorvest several months ago. Their glossy promotional literature is very impressive. So I took a test drive of their software. Bottom line is I decided not to go with them because I spoke with other traders who had used Vectorvest who claimed the fundamentals could not be relied on after backtesting. Now I use just fetcher along with IBD to pick my stocks.


ronun
27 posts
msg #42409
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3/24/2006 2:57:38 AM

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TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #42440
Ignore TheRumpledOne
3/24/2006 7:49:19 PM

The reason I posted this was for the "pearls of wisdom" not for the product.

MASTERS ARE MASTERS BECAUSE THEY MASTERED THE BASICS.


maxreturn
745 posts
msg #42445
Ignore maxreturn
3/24/2006 8:25:38 PM

Thanks for the clarification TRO. Maybe you should have stated this in your original message.


TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #42470
Ignore TheRumpledOne
3/25/2006 11:30:50 AM

maxreturn...

I thought it would be obvious to the reader...lol


maxreturn
745 posts
msg #42517
Ignore maxreturn
3/26/2006 12:30:26 PM

Thanks for the condescending message TRO. Becoming very typical of a select few posters on these forums.


TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #42518
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
3/26/2006 12:53:06 PM

maxreturn, that wasn't meant to be condescending!!

Remember in school, reading along only to have the author say IT SHOULD BE OBVIOUS TO THE READER, when, in fact, it wasn't obvious at all?!??!

I use to hate that in geometry.. reading through a proof, trying to understand and right at the point where the final piece to the puzzle should be revealed, it says: "IT SHOULD BE OBVIOUS TO THE READER".

IT WAS A JOKE, MAXRETURN... DIDN'T YOU NOTICE THE "LOL" AT THE END??





maxreturn
745 posts
msg #42523
Ignore maxreturn
3/26/2006 1:43:19 PM

hee hee


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