Hello all. I lost a ton in the past weeks with my passive investments. I fear it will be a bloodbath in the next coming weeks. Should I pull out?
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I have $20k to invest. I have separate money in index funds and want to use this to buy a single low priced stock that will bounce back post Corona. Any suggestions? Looking at cruises and casinos
So how many companies will still be divided aristocrats at the end of 2020? There are 57 as of 12/19
Newbie here. Is this a good time to invest in S&P500 (VOO, SPY)? I know you shouldn’t Time the market, just thought it’s a good price due to covid
I have about 10k to invest. Is my below understanding correct? >If I put in SPY, etc, I'll end up maybe doubling or tripling my money after 5-10 years. If i identify individual stocks, I can make 10x
Since corona is bigger threat , ll govt 2t bill sufficient , will housing mkt crash or limited tight supply will keep prices afloat.will u wait in high demand mkt now or still go ahead with post crisi high price
Since cruise industry is not getting any baailout will they go bankrupt or wil reduce operations. How is their financial health.what happens to industries that r dependent on them. Which cntry ll help them
Have about $50-60k nest egg saved up — given the current economic environment; buying a foreclosed home / apt in the LA markets or throwing into index ETFs?
Of all the industries hit hardest (Booking, Entertainment and Live Events, Airlines, Cruises&Casinos, Hotels&Resorts) which do you think will bounce back the highest when this is over?
Has anyone ever thought of investing in every single 500 of the companies in S&P500? Let's say you had $5000 I.e. 10 dollars on average in every stock. May not work it the stock price is over $10...
Can someone explain to me why there are price differences between Fidelity vs Robinhood? Fidelity shows a price that’s a few dimes lower
Investing vs saving for down payment: would like to purchase home ~$250k in next 2ish years, currently have 6 month emergency fund, ~$10k in savings, and ~$35k in betterment... (cont’d)