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Yes2goodideas

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Posted On: 2012-09-06 12:09:32
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What do you think is the best Stock buy now?

hey all.

I have a $100,000 that I just inherited.
And I want to invest them in Stocks, maybe Bond, but I think more likely Stocks.

And I was wondering what do you all think is the best Stock investment opportunity now?
And please no Penny Stocks. Since I want to be able to put Stop Limit on my stocks
what one cannot do with Penny Stocks.

Thank you all before hand.

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fenzkopande


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6 years 11 months ago

You may look at TNA $61.57 +5.61% . . . but again investment requires quality time study..... involve a financial adviser if necessary.
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Yes2goodideas 6 years 11 months ago

What the hek is TNA?
I looked it up, i see a price for it, but makes no sense what this symbol is about!

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

TNA is an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF). It is based on a small cap index but has three
times the leverage, compounded daily. Because of the nature of the daily compound, over
time the ETF will depreciate to zero even if the underlying small cap index remains
steady. There have been class action lawsuits against ETF companies because they didn't
explain the depreciating nature of these funds

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

... in their prospectus. In 2008 when the stock market tanked, those holding X2 short
stock market index ETFs lost money when they thought they would make a fortune!

These leveraged ETFs are very popular among day traders. But don't hold long term.

Yes2goodideas 6 years 11 months ago

Hey SMS, that is great intel about TNA.
I did not know that.
Real eye opening stuff.

So you are saying to avoid this TNA stuff? Right.
Well I garnered as much myself by quickly looking it up.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

TNA and other leveraged ETFs are good for day trading only. That being said, if the stock
market goes straight up for the next few months (looks like it actually may do that) then
TNA could be held longer term. But the key is "straight up". If the stock market bounces
around on the way up you could very well lose money.


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StockTrinsic


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6 years 11 months ago

I agree that you should see a financial advisor first, especially before dumping all of your money into one stock (or burning it). You need to diversify to lower your risk. Our site (www.StockTrinsic.com) does not answer every question about a given stock, but it will give you a good feel for how a stock is doing and how well it might do in the future. It is also completely free. We created for ourselves and have made it available to the public. If you have any questions, just use the contact us button on our site. I currently have AYR, EBF, GEF, GTN, MSFT, NGPC, PMT, SDRL, STI, and TDG in my portfolio.
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AlenX


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6 years 11 months ago

You cannot miss with Uinvest
https://uinvest.com.ua/?amigosid=5655
UInvest acts as a financial mediator between companies and investors. Founded in 2007, UInvest now has over 20 employees and offices in Ukraine and the United States. Since that time, UInvest has processed over $60 million in total assets among more than 5,000 investors.
UInvest helps business owners and investors meet each other online, creating a convenient platform for their mutual benefit. Our site’s innovative features allow potential investors to become shareholders in a business with just a few mouse clicks. Investors can also review business materials, study financials, interact with other investors, purchase or sell shares of the businesses and even take management decisions. All online, in a real time mode!
Investor`s income depends on the stocks, he chooses to invest. Mostly near 15% per month. You can withdraw your money whenever you like.
For more information,you can contact me on djalensela@hotmail
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Yes2goodideas 6 years 11 months ago

Does you site allow one to raise capital from Eastern European investors?

How many members does it have and what sort of success rate?

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

Well it is not "my" website. I am financial investor for 2 years now. They were working
inside their own country for the first year (2007). Than in 4 years, word about its
investments spreads around Europe. And now in 2012, Uinvest became world financial
service. Everyone can join.

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

Funny thing is, Uinvest is mainly from Ukraine, so Eastern European investors are trading
here from the beginning

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

Nowdays, Uinvest makes several appointments per week. They always improve the system.
Every company wants to be seen with Uinvest and get money right away to make more money
... Around USA and Ukraine cars are driving around with sexy Uinvest girls. So, business
is growing all the time

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

I like it because with Uinvest I can sleep well. It never happened,anyone would loose
money here. And I think it never will. Administrators listen to your needs and try to make
website good and fast for everyone

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

There is one other thing. With 100.000 you can buy something like 30 stocks from the firm
Uinvest itself! Monthly payout is little lower,but always rising (that is not happening
with other stocks), and you get monthly payout for a LIFETIME ! Think...

https://uinvest.com.ua/?amigosid=5655

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

"Let the buyer beware"

sarah 6 years 11 months ago

StockMarketStudent, I agree with you on this:
Defiantly "Let the buyer beware" when it comes to investing in an Eastern European web
site.

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

I always say: Do not say something against, until you try it yourself

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

AlenX - I don't need to say anything against it. The 15% ROI per month speaks for itself.
Not to mention payout for a lifetime. Think...

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

StockMarketStudent- Payout for a lifetime because company itself invests and makes money .
If you want to know more, ask administrators.

Yes2goodideas 6 years 11 months ago

Alex, come on how can you promise 15% annual payout when corporate Bonds pay like 3%?

So what does this company sell?
And who can I speak there live?

So if I invest $50K of my money with you, and I do not like the returns or the response,
how can I get it back?
etc.

Bottom line, I am interested, but sounds too good to be true.

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

You do not do it with me. You do it on your own. I am just the one who tells you how to do
it. Again...I am just one of the investors.
These are not bonds. We are talking about high profitable firms,companies,which are
ready to pay out monthly commission to investors, so they can get big money upfront - to
make bigger businesses and make more money. And potentially become more known to the world

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

These are stocks. If you add 50K of funds through wire transfer, you can choose the
companies, you are ready to invest. Under every company is written every detail. And
sure....income for investors.
So with 50K, your monthly income would be around 7-8K
It means that in a month you would have around 57K $
You can withdraw your money whenever you want

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

Too good to be true? Well, we, investors are doing that daily. Some of us for 2 years,
some of them from the beginning (2007).
Here I am using paypal through debet Visa. And it works like a charm.
If sistem would be a scam, you think I would take my time to write down all about it to
you? You can try with small amount of money, invest,sell, and withdraw - just to see how
system works

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

If you will sign up, you can ask administrators in chatroom (at the bottom) for some
details. Please use this link for registering :
https://uinvest.com.ua/?amigosid=5655
In that case I get small percent of your added funds
Thank you

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

Oh...and every week we have business chatrooms with cameras and all. With owners of those
companies and UIinvest administrators. Mostly talking about financial future.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

Yes2goodideas - perhaps you misunderstood. The claimed payout is 15% per month, not per
year. Corporate bonds are 3% per year.

AlenX is an affiliate of UInvest (amigosid=5655). This means that he gets up to 15% of
your money transfer off the top, along with any future deposits you make. For him to say
he is a satisfied investor is a conflict of interest.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

UInvest doesn't deal with PayPal, AlertPay or SolidTrustPay. Consider these companies to
be a good "smell test".

If you do some research on the web you will find out that:
(1) Uninvest was caught publishing pictures of properties that weren't actually in the
Ukraine, but elsewhere in the world (in 2007). Once a scam artist, always a ...

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

(2) Their California office is a mailbox.
(3) All documentation is in Ukrainian. (I suggest you get a good Ukrainian lawyer to
advise you on these so-called investments).
(4) You can get your money back "simply" by selling your shares to someone else.
(5) They apparently have an investment going in Canada now. I live in Canada and I can
tell you that the legal limit for loans is @8% per year.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

(5) I meant 28% per year.
(6) UInvest is what is called a High Yield Investment Program (HYIP). Please read:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HYIP

If you are still thinking of investing then I propose an alternative. Wire your money
directly to my bank account, I'll take 15% off the top and invest the rest. I'll take 10%
of any income generated. You can have your money back any time (- deducti

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

... minus deductions.

You will thank me later.

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

StockMarketStudent...no, again you are wrong. Uinvest is not HYIP,and never will be. That
is what lot of starters think. Please,do not mess with miss-informations you read.
Uinvest has so called "Financial partners" who enable investors to use accounts like
Paypal,Alertpay,STP, and others...
And Uinvest was never on a scam list. There are only people who try to tell other people
this nonsence

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

Yes2goodideas...if you still do not believe me, start with very small amount of money and
make a test. You will see it works like a charm.

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

StockMarketStudent - To make this clear - this is not a loan. This is investment! You just
can not put that into same box.

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

StockMarketStudent - "publishing pictures of properties that weren't actually in the
Ukraine" ....I see you really do not know what is all about. Uinvest listen to every wish
of the company manager. If he says he does not want to put their own picture onto the
website (his own reasons), Uinvest puts other picture instead! Again...do not spam some
false informations around

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

Uinvest listen to every wish of the company manager. If he says he does not want to put
their own picture onto the website (his own reasons), Uinvest puts other picture instead!

Another word for this is "Fraud".

If a manager does not want a picture posted then you should post no picture.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

Uinvest has so called "Financial partners" who enable investors to use accounts like
Paypal,Alertpay,STP, and others...

The idea is the investor sends his hard earned money to a "Financial partner" via Paypal
or same. Reading between the lines: UInvest cannot work with Paypal for undisclosed
reasons.

The "Financial partner" takes 4% to 15% of the money immediately for him or herself.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

Is this clearly disclosed to the investor up front?

-- Uinvest is not HYIP,and never will be. --
Ah, because Uinvest has partners that skim off the top this isn't considered a High
Yield Investment Program. Is it not an investment? Is 15% per month low yield? Or is it
not a program?

If it looks and smells like an HYIP then it probably is.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

Wiki - A high-yield investment program (or programme), HYIP, is a type of Ponzi scheme,
which is an investment scam that promises unsustainably high return on investment by
paying previous investors with the money invested by new investors.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

wiki -
Mechanics
Operators generally set up a website offering an "investment program" which promises
returns as high as 45% per month or 6% a day, disclosing little or no detail about the
underlying management, location, or other aspects of how money is to be invested.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

wiki - In 2010, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) warned that "[t]he
con artists behind HYIPs are experts at using social media — including YouTube, Twitter
and Facebook — to lure investors and create the illusion of social consensus that these
investments are legitimate.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

-- Yes2goodideas...if you still do not believe me, start with very small amount of money
and make a test. You will see it works like a charm. --

Yes2goodideas here is a better idea... sign up as a financial partner (otherwise known
as an affiliate). Doesn't cost you anything and you get up to 15% on all sales you make.
Just ask AlenX for the details.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

-- StockMarketStudent - To make this clear - this is not a loan. This is investment! You
just can not put that into same box. --

My friend, in Canada any business with a solid business plan and sound management can
get a loan from a bank for less than 10% per year. In the management of this investment
doesn't understand that then one shouldn't be investing in their business.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

I should add that if they can't get a loan from the bank or venture capitalists then they
can always get a loan from the Mafia at much better rates than the investment return you
are quoting. The key difference is that the Mafia WILL get their money back with
interest.

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

Sure. he can be financial partner. But the thing is, in that case Yes2goodideas will have
something like....daily job. Income is usually extremely high,because you can charge
around 2-5% for transactions (Not 15%, you will not get much exchanges in that case). And
there are hundrets of thousands dollars transacted every day.

AlenX 6 years 11 months ago

StockMarketStudent - Some things you have to try yourself, not just google for
miss-informations and post them where ever you like...

Europal 6 years 11 months ago

StockMarketStudent, thanks for your research and intel.
Good to know that people like you are on this site. Makes me much more confident to get
my intel from here.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

-- Income is usually extremely high,because you can charge around 2-5% for transactions
(Not 15%, you will not get much exchanges in that case) --

The terms quoted by UInvest Financial Partners sign-up page is 4%-15%. 7% appears to be
typical from what I see on the UInvest forum.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

-- StockMarketStudent - Some things you have to try yourself, not just google for
miss-informations and post them where ever you like... --

AlenX - you've heard of the Ponzi scheme? Early investors tried for themselves. Oh
yeah. I googled that. Must not be right.


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6 years 11 months ago

Are you a novice trader? First thing you should do is go see a financial advisor. If he/she cannot talk you out of doing your own investments then do the following:
(1) take $10,000 cash from your inheritance. Set it on fire.
(2) if you didn't flinch and your spouse didn't leave you then ...
(3) Repeat (1)
(4) if you didn't flinch and your spouse didn't leave you then ...
(5) invest the remaining $80,000 in FaceBook (FB). Roll the dice and wait 9 months.

In all likelihood you will be ahead (or divorced). An alternative is to do some research Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and put equal amounts into different asset class categories. Rebalance regularly and exit the ETF when the 1M average share price drops below the 10M average.

Hope this helps and let us know how your investments go!
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Yes2goodideas 6 years 11 months ago

1st, thanks for your thoughtful answer.
2nd, I like your sense of Humor, I mean the "Set it on fire" part :)
3rd, I did talk with my so called broker which is Fidelity, but their answers were not
that helpful. I dont think their financial advisors really care much about $100K size
portfolio which is what I have to invest.
4th, your suggestion about FaceBook is not a good one.

But thanks

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

Ah - Facebook is not a good one in your opinion! The thing about investing is you will
never make money investing with the herd.

sarah 6 years 11 months ago

If you invest in Facebook you certainly are investing "with the herd"

Facebook is anti-Social- network really.
I think this anoox is a much better social network since it has a real purpose, which is
to allow Adult & small businesses to connect.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

Sarah - "the herd" has been selling for several months now. How about we check back in 9
months and see where the stock price is? Current FB price is $18.98.

Is anoox public?

sarah 6 years 11 months ago

Well sure lets check out ButtBook in 9 months.
I think it will be at close to $5 per share by then.

As for anoox, no as far as I know they are a private company.
I think they may even be not for profit.

StockMarketStudent 6 years 11 months ago

I'll mark this off in my calendar ... date with Sarah and ButtBook.

Europal 6 years 11 months ago

ButtBook that is funny :)
I really think that is gr8 name for FB.


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