Your Questions About Advantages And Disadvantages Of Investing In The Stock Market

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David asks…

Will this help me make a lot of money?

I’ve found a site that provides select analyst calls before the stock market opens. Everyday I would go online and check out the symbols for stocks that were selected, “raised to out perform” or “raised to buy”.

95% of the time these stocks would increase during the day, anywhere from 1% – 6 or 7% it might even go as high as 15% in that day.

I know the laws about day trading, but besides those laws what stops me from investing money for the day and taking advantage of these calls.

I also know the disadvantages of short term capital gains ~ tax wise so don’t use that as a negative.

Justin answers:

No,that will not work since the news of upgrades before the open is reflected when a stock gaps up in the morning. Thus you will have no statistical advantage. You simply cannot get into the stocks fast enough to capture the moves, try this strategy in demo mode to prove it to yourself, but as a trader I can tell its not that easy to make money in the markets.

Charles asks…

HillaryCare Might Be A Better Idea Than I First Thought?

I’m 50 years old. I’ve been invested in the stock market before the DJI30 reached 2,000. I invested in Wal-Mart, IBM, Apple, Microsoft and Home Depot when they became IPO’s.

Life’s been good. I have no debts, I own my home.

I only work because I need health care to protect my health and wealth.

If Hillary guarantees health care, I’m thinking about quiting work and signing on with her plan.

And since I won’t have an income, I would technically be poor, so my health care should be free.

This will give me more time to do those things I’ve always wanted to at home, and give me more time to see my doctor to get those little things taken care of, those things I don’t want to spend my money on.

How many other close to retirement people plan to take advantage of the tax payers charity and quit work as I do?

And do you see any disadvantages to this plan?

Justin answers:

If everyone is of your mind set, who is going to pay for the insurance? It has to come from somewhere. If everyone quits to get free insurance there will more than likely be higher taxes on those left working and on your pension. I was fortunate enough to be employed where I could keep the same insurance I had for the same premium when I retired at 55. I know that the insurance I have is good. I would not even consider switching to the insurance being proposed by Hillary.

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