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When the Dow dropped to 18,000 a few months ago, that was a good time to buy stocks like the tech stocks not affected by covid

With the Dow now close to 30,000 its time to get out imo


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Take a punt on Chinese drug companies .

Spurs 9/5 to beat Man City after 24 minutes when 1 - 0 up was an excellent investment. ;)

Glasgow Rangers to win the SPL is looking like a good bet.

Get out of commercial and city centre property and get into rural and suburban property.

Check team news ahead of Wales v England in the rugby next week, Wales have been terrible under Pivac.




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Best_loser wrote:
21 Nov 2020 18:41
When the Dow dropped to 18,000 a few months ago, that was a good time to buy stocks like the tech stocks not affected by covid

With the Dow now close to 30,000 its time to get out imo
Unless you think it will keep pushing it's all time highs, as it has done for 40+ years.

Truthfully while you can look for patterns and indicators, there is no logic at all, especially at the moment. I went with my gut and took some profit out before the US election, amid all the inevitable turmoil and uncertainty, but things went the other way and some of my sold stocks went parabolic, such is the game.

The post March recovery was carried mainly on the shoulders of the tech giants, Amazon, Tesla etc, even Bezos himself has said that Amazon's growth in the near future is going to slow down down significantly, and Musk straddles the line between crazy and genius more than anyone in recent history.

If you know the industry, or are comfortable with the risk, there's some serious coin to be made from backing the smaller EV companies, I say smaller in comparison to the behemoth of Tesla. Arcimoto went nuts last week, one I looked at recently, but missed the rise on, sadly.

https://www.arcimoto.com/





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The FTSE 100 figure has gone down this century compared to the last day of the last century, so that is nearly 21 years of stagnation, our market is a mature market, more chance of growth in India and Brazil for those willing to take a chance.




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Trampie wrote:
21 Nov 2020 22:38
The FTSE 100 figure has gone down this century compared to the last day of the last century, so that is nearly 21 years of stagnation, our market is a mature market, more chance of growth in India and Brazil for those willing to take a chance.
Oh the FTSE is gash, especially if you're looking for an index to park some funds in.

Like you said, much better option to look at a Developing market WORLD index
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I've never been on this train, personally

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-55059915

Genuinely shocked when I read it had 'surged 34%', according to the article

(It actually went up $34 and around 6%) !
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JustJack wrote:
24 Nov 2020 19:10
I've never been on this train, personally

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-55059915

Genuinely shocked when I read it had 'surged 34%', according to the article

(It actually went up $34 and around 6%) !
Tesla has to be a car crash waiting to happen.




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