STOCK ENTRY POINTS

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Credit Acceptance Corporation (CACC) Second Entry Point

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Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)

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If you're like most people,

You're thinking about investing

Maybe you have already started, or maybe you don’t know where to start. Either way you’re heading down the responsible path. 

It is recommended you invest in a variety of different stocks to diversify your investment and quantify the risk. 

In our quest for riches and success, we often tend to forget about the tools that we have in our hands: time and compound interest.

Investing consistently, avoiding needless financial risks, and allowing your money to work over several years, is a certain way to amass assets. Here are some important tips that you need to follow as an investor.

Set Long Term Goals

Do you want cashback within 12 months or 12 years? Before investing you need to find the objective of your investment as well as the time when you want cash back.

Understand Risk Tolerance

The perception of risk is important in investment. With experience, you are more likely to think that stock investments don’t bear as much risk as you initially thought.

Control your emotions

Your biggest obstacle to profits is your inability to control your emotions. A lay man’s investment decisions is driven by rumors, hopes, and speculations. These are emotions and they don’t represent logic.

Handle the technical first

Take your time to learn the basics before making an investment. It is not actually a stock market but the market of stocks. Unless you are going for ETFs your primary focus should be on individual securities.
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“Investing should be more like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement, take out the savings and go to Las Vegas.”

Paul Samuelson

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