stock market

sulesulena

New member
Hey, diving into the stock market is a great idea! Start by learning the basics. There are plenty of beginner-friendly books, online courses, and resources. Consider opening a brokerage account, like Robinhood or E*TRADE, to get hands-on experience with buying and selling stocks.

As for investing in Dollar Tree, it's a fun idea, but remember to diversify your portfolio. Don't put all your eggs in one foamboard basket! 😄 Research different stocks, industries, and risk levels to build a balanced portfolio that suits your financial goals and risk tolerance.

Lastly, patience is key in the stock market. It can be volatile, so don't get discouraged by short-term fluctuations. Happy investing!
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JetCrafts

Active member
i dont know much about how the market is right now because I follow crypto becausedue to my age I cant invest in forex or shares yet
 

jimmyy

New member
Hello. Since the Omertkan market is a pretty good asset in itself, the S&P500 (SPY) index has been growing at 10% per annum for 200 years. Of course, this is not a super-profit, but it is a conservative investment option. If you are a fan of more aggressive investing, you can try the crypto market.
 

Piotrsko

Master member
Two comments: the S&P has been growing at an  average of 10%. I can recall losing my shirt a couple times, 1970 something and late '80s.......almost caught me during pandemic.

Bitcoin like all risky investments: only purchase what you can afford to throw away. Had I thought it was worthwhile, I would have bought in at 10¢ a coin.