Hot Day and Stock Picking

It’s been in the 80s today.

Getting free food is taking its toll on me too.

I started to tell you all about the nonsense I listened to this morning while I was getting my breakfast….but I’ll spare yas.

Let’s look at my stocks…..

Eh…never mind.  Not looking so  good today.  That’s why you shouldn’t check em too often!  Too much up and down.

I need to buy some more stocks though.  Anyone have any suggestions?  Did you know that most stock portfolios chosen by people  including those chosen by “professionals”don’t do as well as the Dow Jones Industrial Average?  Still, I’m not most people.  Hahaha….just kidding…not really.  You learn by doing.  Let’s study a couple of companies and see if they are worthy of investing in, long term.

 

 

About Maureen, Living in a Van

I'm a free-sleeper living in a van in the prettiest part of the world. I do this partly due to financial circumstances and partly because I love a good adventure.
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6 Responses to Hot Day and Stock Picking

  1. geezer says:

    Go for it

  2. geezer says:

    You might want to check and see if there are any Sihk temples in your area , they have a religious requirement to help feed the poor

  3. Ryu says:

    I have heard that in order to get a free meal and a bed, the homeless have to listen to a sermon. Is that true?

    Wall Street runs its own con. Most Americans consider the stock market and real estate the only ways of funding their retirement. Check out how much these fund manager make. Some make 2 billion/year.

    • Me says:

      I’m sure it depends on where you go. The church I go to in the morning doesn’t REQUIRE that you sit through the sermon. Many people don’t. I decided to sit there out of courtesy. It never hurts to establish goodwill with people. Still, I am too outspoken sometimes. This church talks about Israel a lot and I don’t care a hoot about Israel.

    • Me says:

      Oh and SOME people make money from the stock market. I think it best to learn as much as you can on your own and try not to get caught in any manipulations. It’s risky but as a wise man once said, high risk means high return. 🙂

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