This video covers Long term investing and modern long term investing strategies. After you watch this video you should fully understand long term investing strategies very well. In the past I did a video on short term investing so i thought it was only right that i do one on long term investing. Stock market investing is a little easier when you focus on long term investing in my opinion.
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What I understand is that no country can survive having 40% of its working! And most productive population become unemployed. So invest in companies that secure those millions of jobs. If the state won't save those companies, I would be more scared to make money in those times (remember the jews after economy collapsed in Germany).
You kept referencing Warren Buffett's investing to the sixties and seventies but Buffett purchased his first stock in 1941 and still invests today, the large majority of his holdings is the same as the large majority of his advice, ETFs.
I would suggest actually talking about an out of touch investor if you were referencing your "modern methods" vs an "old school" investor not one that is currently up to date and still trading daily.
I agree with all you say but adding money to losing position not too much. Imagine you tried that with bitcoin. There is more than a thousand stock and plenty of opportunities do not waste your time and money with one company and after stuck into a trade for years. Remember capital is limited therefore you can not keep adding more and more. Instead diversify your portfolio and research for new companies that worth more you time and money.
He made quite clear that you should only add money to a losing position if you still believe in that company and nothing has changed since you first invested, which I totally agree with. Bitcoin is a currency, not a business, and anyone who tried that with bitcoin is a gambling, not investing.
Your gopro stock is classic case of bad investment due to not being a diversified company, having a hot product isn't enough -- becomes a commodity. This happened to me before with AAOI (in later part of 2017) that makes fiber optic cable. Admit, like I do with AAOI, that you didn't understand the business because of the competition made it a commodity to produce, and then product prices. erode and put profits in toilet.
Great video, i'm 19 years old and just looking to get started into this sort of thing and this definitely helped give me an overview of the mindset i'm going to need when looking to invest into companies, a lot of which i overlooked.
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Hey jeremy, how on earth can I just buy shares of stock in, say wwe, just because I want it, and just want to keep it forever. But I don't want to trade, I simply want to invest in this company, put it on my wall, and forget about it. How on earth can I do this? I don't care about gains, I simply want some of the business.
Sure Apple is already huge, but they can still grow. Many huge companies' stocks still go up year after year. Apple has been mostly going up too. Samsung Electronics is one of the largest electronics companies, and their stock is soaring endlessly, it's crazy. They will still find ways to grow.
hey Jeremy ! I have a question : What is your opinion about investing in stocks that you understand but are not profitable yet but look very promising? To be more concrete , I'm a medical professional and I am looking at some biotech stocks which are not yet profitable but after an FDA approval for a very promising new therapy would be. I am looking at their financial situation but these types of companies basically go from 0 profit to a lots of profit when they get the new drug out.
lol your lucky you were born after the great depression cuz if you were not you would have lost thousand of dollars with your strategy. Just remember always keep an eye in your investments even with the S&P500
This one sounds hard how can I look up some one here in town to help advise me or a group of people I can trust lol sorry I just am looking and hoping to get in a group that is also learning with a teacher here in town can you do a short YouTube on this
Hey -- has anyone noticed when going to Yahoo! Finance and going to the Balance Sheet, that no numbers show? I thought, maybe I have to sign in to see any numbers? So I created an account, but I still can't see anything. There's no data. Anybody have any answers?
I would add that's important in which economic situation the market is right now and in the next year. If you're investing in the peak of the boom you will lose a lot of money although you had chosen the right company. The right time for investments is one of the most important things as you surely know.
hey bro! how are you? do you have twitter or facebook page where i can message you? am practically a noob in investing am not even sure where or how to invest. If you can point me where i can start at I'd really appreciate it!
Sqygaming i have a twitter page linked in the description. I would start by watching my videos on "stock market for beginners" and then think about buying the 2 books I have listed in the description. They are phenomenal for beginners
I totally agree with you about the long time and I'm glad you open the door to look at a new way of looking at long-term. I also wanted to ask you about you open the door about China stocks what would be a good investment if I want to invest in China, because so far I know some American stock so I want to find out about the stocks in China and Japan as well as German?
Freddie Butler Avoid international stocks right now. Even though you may make some good money off your principal investment, your going to lose ALOT of money when you go to convert your money back into USD.
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