Bazzer, honestly mate, you don't have to thank me in the slightest. I remember exactely how it was when I started and it's the same now. My advice to you IMO is advice I wish I had when I first started. The only way to thank me would be to use that advice as a tool. That would be the best thanks. That way it was well worth every second and thought. That's the best thanks. Taking it and using it. Not for one second do I think anything I wrote will make you money, but I promise it will save you so much money and years of waiting for it to happen to you to learn. That's around 5 years of watching it happen to others and suffering it myself.
I think it's great when someone wants to make their life better and aim stocks certainly can do that for you. Richsea puts it so perfect for you. You'll eventually get out of these what you put in. Get carter also gives great advice. There are posters on every bb that are doing this for a living. So what they say negative or positive is purely for their own gain. To put it simple, if they can scare you into selling or buying and enough others then a share price can react, putting you in those iffy scenarios. Use the BB's to find information, opinions and use the genuine posters to help guide you when your unsure or doubting. Always ask as someone will help. Just make sure it's true help. In time you'll be able to spot these easy. I can't knock anyone who does this to out good on the table. But I will say for me, outside of your bread and butter earnings which is by far your most important until you sell your dream prices, that making a living from aims is something I would never attempt myself. I currently dream everyday I can become a full time trader. The type of trading I want to do is purely technical and on currency and commodities, including indices. Basically anything of huge volumes, no mms and I do what I can to avoid news. I've had conversations with posters in the past about this. You'll find JDawg is a top guy and poster and something we have discussed before about how you invest in aims basically breaks every rule I could base my trading off. It actually baffles me as to why bother. Here I go to be dreaming of the next rns, the next random high volume day, I'm looking to buy and sell around news. All my targets initial lay on news I have no way of predicting unless I get a great tip. Which has happened 5 times, 3 were spot on, one received a delay but otherwise seemed good and one was through meeting a director at a random wedding I never expecting to get invited too! So both are basically gambling. On the trading side I'm now pretty consistent. So I hope to use my first lot I sell here to find my pot. My second to beef the pot and get me out of the business/career I have now. Trading is my dream. That's why being in stocks is bittersweet. I can make big lumps here and then move into consistency. This is the best legal way to change your life IMO. ;)
Totally agree Warlock - I don't understand why posters get upset by negative comment - if it's rational and researched it's worth looking at - if it's obviously vindictive drivle ignore it. If you have done your research into a company and you choose to invest then you should have the confidence to accept negative comment.
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