More Awful TikTok Trading Strategies?




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  1. As an actual financial advisor, people who take advise from Tiktok should be the furthest from the stock market as possible and should focus on making it through the next month. I have started to see young people around my own age (27) ignore all recommendations from myself and my colleagues about risky monetary plays. We all want to be the one checking into the Burj al-Arab in our helicopter, but that is the same trap as always going for the homerun and not building consistency or discipline over time when you are trying to get better at something.

  2. 1:55 I don’t think our friend has considered how long he’d need to repeat his strategy. If you want a $40,000 salary* and you’re holding stocks that pay 4% (plenty of banks and utilities do) you’d need $1,000,000 of principal. The dividend stock will also appreciate a bit, but he’s going to have to repeat this process of casually doubling his “risky” investment hundreds of times.

    * which would be equivalent to a slightly higher worked income because qualified dividends get preferential tax rates.

  3. This is stupid for these reasons:
    all bluechip stocks in a long time frame go up
    its cool to say follow to trend while backstesting and in hindsight, what is a pull back and what is a trend reversal? You never know.
    When you cant see the rest of the trading data or pull back- like real time trading and not backtesting, you cant see if trend continues or reverses.

  4. Building wealth involves developing good habits like regularly putting money away in intervals for solid investments. Instead of trying to predict and prognosticate the stability of the market and precisely when the change is going to happen, a better strategy is simply having a portfolio that’s well prepared for any eventually, that’s how some folks' been averaging 150K every 7week these past 4months according to Bloomberg.

  5. In the current economic climate, What is the best way to invest roughly $200,000 in stocks since I've heard that even in challenging times, investors may turn a profit. Any excellent ideas investment choices?

  6. It all depends on the knowledge and strategies employed, but I've seen people make seven-figure profits in declining markets just as easily as they do in rising ones. There is no denying that some people have benefited significantly from the recession and crisis.

  7. I began my investment journey at the age of 38, primary through hard work and dedication. now at the age of 42,I'm thrilled to share that my passive income exceeded $100k in a single month for the first time.this success reinforces the important of the advices mentioned earlier. It is not about achieving quick wealth but rather ensuring long term financial prosperity.

  8. “Options trading is technically a financial starting point.”

    Said from someone who more than likely YOLOed her account and made some profits and probably doesn’t have shit now…bet she has an onlyfans to fund her “winning” portfolio

  9. At the very least, I now grasp the concept of leverage.
    Creating wealth and financial freedom isn't as tough as many people believe. Building wealth and remaining financially stable indefinitely is a lot easier with the appropriate information. Participating in financial programs and products is the only true approach to make a high income and remain affluent indefinitely.

  10. in my opinion, trading is not about technical analysis or anything of this trend shit, it's psychology. You read the company news, 10k, and just assume what people might do based on the information. Although I lose money either way lol.

  11. wait… if all the tik tok strategies always lose money… then just do the exact OPPOSITE of what they do and you will always GAIN MONEY. I have cracked the free infinate money code bois.

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