What to Consider when Investing by bnmbgtrtr52


									?Investing money entails a great amount of risk. Like they always say, "It takes money,
to make money."
Money doesn't grow on trees, you know.

But it doesn't necessarily mean that to achieve good profits, one has to invest heavily
and risk greatly. That is not the case all the time. A well-informed investor can make
sound decisions that will help him earn considerable profits with minimal loss.

The first lesson a successful businessman will tell you is that any endeavor carries
potential risk along with potential gain. The trick is to determine if the profit is worth
the risk. If it is, it is now time to consider if you are willing to take the risk.

So before you start trading, ask yourself this:

a.) What are your achievement goals?
b.) Are your investments going to lose money?
c.) Are you willing to take bigger risks for better profits?

Setting your achievement goals will allow you to know how long you're willing to
wait for a stock to gain profit. It will also give you a limit on how much you're willing
to lose. It will also give you an idea on how to go about investing in a stock.

If you choose a low-return investment, it will mean that either you increase the
amount you invest or increase the length of time invested.

After you have made up your mind with the above questions, there are some tips you
may want to use to evaluate your trading philosophy.

a.) When to invest. Ordinarily, you want to trade all the time. You get excited when
you see shares go up or when they fall down. You make decisions based on a whim
and factors that don't usually affect a stock in the long run. The best traders wait 50%
of the time waiting and studying how a stock performs. They do not trade every day
and all the time.

b.) Discipline yourself. You are so excited to make trades that you trade on a stock
that looks half-decent enough rather than waiting for the best stock to come along.

c.) Small moves big payoffs. Don't waste time dabbling in so many small stocks with
minimal profit. Watch out for big stocks and concentrate on a few.

d.) Do not be too emotional. Making money is exciting. Losing money can get very
depressing. Detach yourself from your emotions; otherwise, you won't be able to look
at things objectively.
Trading stocks is a high-risk, high-profit venture. Dabbling in the stock market
half-cocked is suicide. Take your time. Study, research and be patient. After all, it's
your money, so it's your loss.

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