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It never stops to amaze me how many "experts" there are in financials when you have no idea how the one giving the advise has done in the market. Why would any one listen to such rubbish???Look how the government manages your money and hey... people don't seem to be outraged...and then to some shuck on a website and believe them???
If not, i'll just leave those handy-dandy, cheap stocks to you. No thanks, Buddy, I have my money invested in groceries and health care. Some things are more important then buying stock. I'd sure hate for my to have to say about me, "He was just DYING to buy some of that stock!!!"
These people write like everyone has all this loose change laying around, just waiting for a good deal. Well, surviving the present for most is much more important than gambling on a questionable/doubtful future when you have nothing to spare.
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[BRIEFING.COM] The stock market ended the Wednesday session on a mixed note. The tech-heavy Nasdaq displayed relative strength, climbing 0.4%, while the S&P 500 added 0.2% with five sectors settling in the green. For its part, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (-0.2%) spent the entire session below its flat line.
Equities started the midweek affair on a rather unassuming note in the absence of market-moving news or economic releases. With those pieces missing from the equation, ... More
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