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Watch PHOT, MJNA a few others that deal with the new industry. Ground floor opportunities.
You don't buy stocks to hold onto them forever. Jump in Jump out (buy low sell high called day trade)
Think with your wallet not your mind. If your worried about losing the money you should not play.
High risk indeed. You will either go home a winner or a loser on these. 5%+ gains or losses all the time.
It really depends if you are willing to pay to play the game. :/
This is Gambling at best and not even smart gambling at that.
Do it the old fashion way - Buy only proven Large Cap Stocks with Iconic Products that pay Dividends and choose to automatically re-investment of the dividends in more stock.
And Hey - There is no charge for my advice so relax!
I know someone who lost his million dollar retirement in the 2008 stock market crash and he had to go back to work.
No one will ever convince me that gambling on the stock market is the way to go, I'm not willing to lose a dime of my hard earned money.
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