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From: justo (Rep: 0) reply to DbergDate: 07/21/2011 01:58
Forum: Gurus Answer Questions - Msg #427Thread #673201500 (Rec: 1)
Re: I am relatively new to the whole investing/trading scene. Maybe a few months ...

Stick to value investing. It is by far the best way to keep your money while still getting adequate gains. However if you're leaning towards the T.A. side of things you're probably going to have to quit your other job lol (and you may or may not make any money). Anyway if you have any questions feel free to message me. It's always great seeing new up-and-coming investors.

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Reply to Dberg - Msg #419 - 04/06/2011 11:51

I am relatively new to the whole investing/trading scene. Maybe a few months worth of tracking the market, stocks and actually some short-term trading. I have to get a summer job to have spending money during the school year, but was wondering if someone could advise or suggest the best way to make my money work for me over the summer months.

Should I track daily charts in the evening and play options? Let it sit in a few (suggested) companies? Etc.

Thanks in advance,
Dberg
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