buy low, sell high


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buy low, sell high

Financial advice to buy low-priced stocks and then sell them when their price is higher, thus making a profit. The best advice my father ever gave me was to buy low, sell high. How do you think I made so much money in the stock market?
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Meanwhile, 'buy low, sell high' is easier said than done and can be very costly if mis-timed.
We all know the saying "buy low, sell high", but history has shown that investors have most confidence in buying when the market is rising and prices are high.
He was mesmerized by the concept of buy low, sell high and don't hold, which is not what all those mutual funds keep telling us.
Buy low, sell high, a couple of investors from Alex told me.
Like trading the share market, in theory the buying and selling of currencies is extremely simple – buy low, sell high and vicar versa; however in practice learning the basics is essential before putting your hard earned cash on the line.
Despite the well-worn adage "buy low, sell high," Americans' belief about whether the stock market is the best long-term investment tends to follow price trends.
Buy low, sell high! Easy and fun to operate business.
YOU KNOW THE GOLDEN RULE OF INVESTING; BUY LOW, sell high. But putting this old axiom into practice when it comes to balancing a portfolio means summoning the courage to sell winning investments and buy others that have plunged.
"If one believes in the adage 'buy low, sell high,' we are probably in a once in a generation market for buyers," Grimes wrote.
Buy low, sell high. Before the current recession, nothing was on sale.
The "box" statistics illustrate the logic behind the "buy low, sell high" opportunity.
To profit from the Dow Theory of buy high, sell higher and the rule of buy low, sell high, one needs to determine whether the market is a bull or bear market.
Cramer exhorts his viewers not to subscribe slavishly to a "buy low, sell high" investment strategy but rather to hook up with stocks that may already be trading at high multiples but are likely to go still higher.
On September 21, the British Columbia Securities Commission alleged in a notice that Albert Budai, independent publisher of the Buy Low, Sell High investment newsletter, engaged in "scalping"--buying shares in certain public companies, talking them up on his radio show or in his publications, and then selling the shares.