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No one can tell you exactly how to research stocks that will be perfect for your portfolio because everyone does it differently. Stock market for beginners

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Asoka Samarakone


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No one can tell you exactly how to research stocks that will be perfect for your portfolio because everyone does it differently.
Stock market for beginners 
Everyone has a different idea of what is important to him or her.
Short-term traders see long term investing as boring, that is just fine for most traders, especially inexperienced investors. If you are considering short term investing, do so with only a small portion of your overall portfolio capital and do so with extreme caution. To 
maximize your profitability with the short-term strategy is to time the market just right. That means, to buy a stock at its lowest point and sell it at its highest, before it drops again. If you sell too soon, you are missing potential gains. On the other hand, sell too late and it could be a disaster.
Sometimes, a stock will hit its bottom and the trader will initiate a buy, only to see the shares continue to fall. However, for most investors, a longer-term approach is absolutely the way to go.
Good luck and safe trading 
Asoka Samarakone 

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