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How to select stocks?
I would like to start investing in stocks, but with so many options I don’t exactly know where to start. All that I know is that I am looking for a moderate return, nothing crazy. I am also more inclined to do active trading (but maybe not day trading, since I don’t have enough time). I am not looking however to hold stocks for years. I also don’t intend to buy penny stocks.
I don’t plan to blindly follow tips, and. As I still remember the time when a so called “financial advisor” suggested that I put most of my 401K money into XYZ internet stocks. This was in the late 90’s, and you know the rest of the story. Thanks god I resisted at that time!
I know that trading is not an easy thing, but I want to give it a try (and I’ll try to be carefull?). Where should I start looking? What’s your experience?
I would suggest you open an account with an online broker like Ameritrade or Scottrade. I suggest you go to your local library and see if they have the Value Line Investment Survey. If they do, an new issue comes out weekly. Value Line rates stocks based on timeliness (what are they expected to do over the next year), safety (the level of risk for the stock) and technical. I use it to do my own research on stocks.
I found that I had to be an investor rather than a trader. The difference to me is that I don’t have the nerve to day trade. By investing I don’t get so caught up in the day to day of the market and I focus on the companies that I have stock in or am thinking about buying.
It works for me
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