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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    How dyou start it?

    I will when I see aurore online


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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    You done anything yet?
    Nope, how do we determine which things are good to invest in?
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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    Yh bbut should i buy 10 shares or is it too risky
    I can't tell you what to invest in, you have to figure out yourself. I also don't know what the price of the share is (10 shares of something worth £20 or £5000?) or what percentage of your portfolio it is.

    The primary lesson of this is that you yourself need to figure out what works and what doesn't. Investing can involve copying other investors but you're not learning as much as you could if you do it yourself. (I know princepieman may disagree)
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Nope, how do we determine which things are good to invest in?
    I've found a good company to invest in
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    PM me your email and I can invite you into the league.
    Sent


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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    Pm him your email address
    I did thanks (:


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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Nope, how do we determine which things are good to invest in?
    There are many ways to value whether you should invest in a company but the two strategies I've used are:

    Value investing - This is where you invest in a company in relation to the value of it. If you believe the market is undervaluing a company (e.g. A bad performance for AAPL), then you can buy the shares in the hope that it'll increase in value in future.

    Trading - This is literally a feeling of whether the price of the company will go down or up, based on technical analysis (such as comparing it with historical pricing).

    Value investing is suitable for long term investments whilst trading is for in and out short term ones.
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    I can't tell you what to invest in, you have to figure out yourself. I also don't know what the price of the share is (10 shares of something worth £20 or £5000?) or what percentage of your portfolio it is.

    The primary lesson of this is that you yourself need to figure out what works and what doesn't. Investing can involve copying other investors but you're not learning as much as you could if you do it yourself. (I know princepieman may disagree)
    Done it.....it says the current price is 186
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    Afternoon!
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    There are many ways to value whether you should invest in a company but the two strategies I've used are:

    Value investing - This is where you invest in a company in relation to the value of it. If you believe the market is undervaluing a company (e.g. A bad performance for AAPL), then you can buy the shares in the hope that it'll increase in value in future.

    Trading - This is literally a feeling of whether the price of the company will go down or up, based on technical analysis (such as comparing it with historical pricing).

    Value investing is suitable for long term investments whilst trading is for in and out short term ones.
    I know I was going to invest in appl and goog :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    I know I was going to invest in appl and goog :rolleyes:
    That post was for Elm Tree.
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    Aaaaaaaerrrrrfgggggghhhhh made a big loss
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    That post was for Elm Tree.
    I know.... I made a huge mistake
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    This is what my teacher showed our class in drama today:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Zgkns-YX5U

    (Please) Watch it (this is not an order, just something you may or may not find interesting), it's slightly...different.
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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    I know.... I made a huge mistake
    How so? What's the account value of your portfolio at the moment?
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    (Original post by Vionar)
    Watch it
    Vionar pls, you can't tell me what to do
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    Made some investments
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    How so? What's the account value of your portfolio at the moment?
    $99,979.91
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Vionar pls, you can't tell me what to do
    I've edited the post, is that better?
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Made some investments
    did you gain/lose your money.....more than 1 investment
 
 
 
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