New and/or forgotten ideas that can get your investment program back on track:
4. Buy low (within reason), sell higher: Profitable company stock prices fluctuate just like unprofitable ones. The difference is that the former are much more likely to move back up again. Buy quality at lower prices (just like any other form of shopping), big BUT, set a reasonable (10% or so) profit-taking target… and pull the trigger. Re-load, and do it again.
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Steve Selengut, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, 800-245-0494, Professional Investment Portfolio Manager since 1979. BA Business, Gettysburg College; MBA Professional Management, Pace U. Author of: “The Brainwashing of the American Investor: The Book that Wall Street Does Not Want YOU to Read”, and “A Millionaire’s Secret Investment Strategy”