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Investor, is a stranger selling your stock?

Investor, is a stranger selling your stock?

Part 2 of 12 part Short Story on Short Selling series. Investors that short a stock, profit by selling shares they don’t own. Without your knowledge, a short seller may have borrowed stock that you own. The loan comes from your stockbroker’s inventory which includes the stock you hold.

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Characteristics of successful investors

4 Traits of successful investors

Anyone can develop the 4 Traits of successful investors: they learn and know investing. They pay attention, use an investment plan, are prepared to decide and act quickly and proactively as needed. They know both investing and markets while remaining attentive to both their holdings and the markets. By paying attention and planning ahead, they can decide quickly and act promptly and proactively as needed. That dependably produces their superior returns while they build greater financial security. You can make the choice of becoming a superior investor.

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An hour a day to invest

An hour a day to invest or eavesdrop?

Learning to invest well can be fun, interesting and manageable. It just can’t be fast. It does take time. An hour a week can be used to learn but an hour a day can be put to very good, interesting and profitable use to learn, select and manage a portfolio well.

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More time in = more money out

More time in equals more money out!

More time in equals more money out! Wisdom of the saying, you get out what you put in, applies to investing. This Part 2 of 3 discusses committing an hour a week to learning management of investments and to understanding markets, investing and your portfolio.

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Time to invest or time for an advisor...is financial security important enough to invest the time to invest well?

Time to invest or time for an advisor?

Time to invest or time for an advisor? Is your financial future and security worth some time? Too little time and you have no choice but to use an advisor. If your future is important enough, spending time well can significantly improve investment returns. But it takes time and effort. This White Top View blog post discusses personal finance and investing basic topics.

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