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sagitarius84 (38.39)

The work required to have an opinion



December 10, 2013 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: PG , O , IBM


The stock market is a very interesting place, because for every transaction you have a buyer and a seller who both think are smarter than the other person. Unfortunately, only one of them ends up making money. As a dividend investor, I am exposed to opinions all the time. I usually choose to ignore other’s opinions. I suggest you also implement a filter on who to listen to. I will explain why...


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#1) On December 10, 2013 at 8:22 AM, ThisIsFor2053 (30.62) wrote:

I disagree.

One person can sell after a gain and be very satisfied, while the buyer can gain after purchasing it.  The seller might have a different place for the funds, who really knows why they sold.  Throughout PG's history, I'm sure most sellers were happy, while most buyers turned out to be happy as well.

There's only a winner and loser in high volatility, momentum stocks.  But that's not really investing, that's more of gambling. 

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#2) On December 10, 2013 at 11:16 PM, sagitarius84 (38.39) wrote:

Did you read the whole article, or just the synopsis? 

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