2021 Mar 18, 12:20pm
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Airliners I bought (AA, LUV, Delta) and Cruise liners (NCL, CCL). they all did extremely well from the lows.
Is bailout investing a thing? Will any bailout money boost particular stocks?
Physical Silver - PSLV I'm all in, and you should be toolook up #wallstreetsilver and #silversqueeze
ThatGuy saysPhysical Silver - PSLV I'm all in, and you should be toolook up #wallstreetsilver and #silversqueezeWhat is going to happen that will EVER convince the TPTB to allow phiz to find it's true price?
I got in on Ford back in March 2020
but Silver has been papered over 140 to 1
Not understanding that I was adding to existing positions.
I also mock you because your portfolio is tiny (100 shares of LUV).
silver no way Jose.anecdote herewith.about 2010 my friend said "get out of stocks! Buy silver!" He had kids, so he got 5 grand from his taxes.He bought silver coins.I bought Apple stock for the third time.Over a few years silver rose, so he bought some silver at $50+/Oz.He's underwater today with his silver.I can buy a house with my Apple shares
But, the essence of investing is buying mutual funds and leaving them alone.
My hope is that personal attacks by moderator Wookie stop. Let's discuss the topic not each other.
Bitcoin saysMy hope is that personal attacks by moderator Wookie stop. Let's discuss the topic not each other.My hope is that spam stops and others personal attacks against me stop. I haven't been moderating comments, but the time has come.
Patrick how about you start banning people with more than 5 ignores? Oh wait, I like it here.
BTC looks bad to me.
but it's not actually an asset.
clambo saysBut, the essence of investing is buying mutual funds and leaving them alone. This times 1000.
My neighbor also thought mutual funds were expensive to ownThe best mutual funds have very low fees 0.05%, or even 0%. (Fidelity Zero)Others with excellent management are still inexpensive (Primecap Odyssey 0.65%, Vanguard Equity Income 0.19%, managed by Wellington in Boston)Some people don’t have enough cash to buy 50 stocks for a diverse (=safer) portfolio, while anyone who has $100 can buy a Fidelity mutual fund.A convenience of mutual funds is you can spend them in various ways; 1. take dividends and capital gains in cash 2. Sell a $ amount per month 3. Sell a % per month 4. Sell shares at your whim Buying individual stocks is the most fun, but I always want most of my dough in mutual funds because I can forget about them. You sometimes need to sell your stock or suffer the consequences.My first stock buy was Sun Microsystems in the 90’s internet boom. I quickly saw a huge gain. I didn’t pay much attention after that, then poof. My fa...
The best mutual funds have very low fees 0.05%, or even 0%. (Fidelity Zero)