Any financial investing blogs to reccomend?
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15-1-2019 11:40 AM
AhMoan said:
Just follow wallstreetraider and Ah Butt's posting and you will strike your pot of gold. Laughing

haha i was wondering which blogger was called Ah Butt.
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#12
15-1-2019 11:33 AM
rat28 said:
I will be starting one soon but it will be for retiree and fixed income investors..

thanks i am only starting out work. but i wish you luck in your blog and hope to read it one day when i also retired! Big Grin
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#13
15-1-2019 11:18 AM
noobvestor said:
hi if you have one blog to point me in the right direction for investing, what would it be? i know there are tons out there but not sure which is noise and which is gold.

Zerohedge.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-1...st-blew-it

I had quit day-trading back in November but was still using a swing trading system that damn near never lost (really), until I got completely run over last week. Literally every move I made was wrong, and I managed to completely wipe out my entire gambling account. I want to be clear, we're not broke or anything near it (still get to claim millionaire status), but holy crap did I decimate my account something stupid.

So, I'm here to tell you that the scary stories you hear from elders who quit trading? They're true. Trading is a losing game. It's just gambling.

Most people who claim to be winners just ignore their losses and pretend everything is ok. To be sure, some people really can make a living at it, and good for them. But the odds are massively against you. The system is designed to take your money while you're stressed, guessing, nervous, angry, depressed, or most of all - desperate.

Your money is your money. Your life is your life. I ain't your pappy. You don't owe me anything and I don't owe you anything. But I'm the lucky one. My wife isn't leaving me (she certainly could) and I paid for my house with cash, so I can't lose it as long as I keep paying the taxes.
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#14
15-1-2019 1:34 PM
Jac Lau Jac said:
Zerohedge.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-1...st-blew-it

I had quit day-trading back in November but was still using a swing trading system that damn near never lost (really), until I got completely run over last week. Literally every move I made was wrong, and I managed to completely wipe out my entire gambling account. I want to be clear, we're not broke or anything near it (still get to claim millionaire status), but holy crap did I decimate my account something stupid.

So, I'm here to tell you that the scary stories you hear from elders who quit trading? They're true. Trading is a losing game. It's just gambling.

Most people who claim to be winners just ignore their losses and pretend everything is ok. To be sure, some people really can make a living at it, and good for them. But the odds are massively against you. The system is designed to take your money while you're stressed, guessing, nervous, angry, depressed, or most of all - desperate.

Your money is your money. Your life is your life. I ain't your pappy. You don't owe me anything and I don't owe you anything. But I'm the lucky one. My wife isn't leaving me (she certainly could) and I paid for my house with cash, so I can't lose it as long as I keep paying the taxes.

But do this favor to yourself - ask yourself why you're really doing this. Actually ask yourself what you'll do IF you wake up one day to yet another surprise six-digit loss that you went to sleep thinking was a winner. If you can't deal with the fall-out, get out now while you can. Start a business. Go back to school. Get a job you enjoy. Don't end up like me, or worse, people who didn't still have a small pile of assets after the Big One strikes your account. I'll be alright (I hope).

My gambling days are over (because that account is empty now). My wife swears she's not leaving and that she still loves me. We can always sell this house and move somewhere cheaper if it really comes to that, or, more likely, I'll just start anotherbusiness if necessary. But the stress I've gone through the past week business if necessary. But the stress I've gone through the past week since the disaster struck has been unlike any stress I've had since I was still in business and had to worry about sales drying up (which any good business owner is paranoid about constantly, even if things are great). OddStats will still be around, but now I'm angry.

I'm embarrassed. I'm humiliated. I've hurt myself and others around me and that's painful. Think about it before this is you. Be good to each other and remember that greed f$#king kills.
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In stock trading...tie to company...one must have connection with the big guns.
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#16
15-1-2019 11:33 AM
rat28 said:
I will be starting one soon but it will be for retiree and fixed income investors..

PLease keep us updated. Can ask if you have successful investment record or you got rich due to high salary or successful businessman??
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#17
i thought STI is a deadwater..............still got people thinking of making big bucks on STI meh ?
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