Money

Can someone post a screenshot of their stock portfolio so that we can play experts here?

New MMDDYY
6d

With gains and losses visible.

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  • Google Techmeme
    6d11
    • New / EngJefe Pesos
      Because you have to pay managing fees for an index fund.
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    • New Rob1729
      You have to pay individual or annual fee for trading individual equities too
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    • L3 Technologies / FinanceTeltic
      Wtf no you don’t. An annual fee on buying individual equities? Are you high?
      5d
    • RackWare Dreamlight
      A Vangard index fund is cheap. 0.05%
      I like to just buy and just forget, rather than manage my portfolio.
      5d
    • Google / MgmtEphemerl
      Robinhood - no fees
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    • Google Techmeme
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    • Google Techmeme
      Here is the rest of them. Other than a couple of companies most of these are at least 2 percent dividend companies. So far its been in line with S&P
      5d
    • Microsoft pJcW86
      If you're buying a measly 1k per investment it doesn't seem like it is even worth it.
      5d
    • AQR DVGQ05
      Index funds are good when you want low risk and low volatility. If you want to actively manage and chase high returns (with high risk) then you go for individual stocks.
      5d
    • New Rob1729
      Robinhood

      You get what you pay for.

      I don’t mind paying $500-700 per year based on number of transactions I do for the benefits I get on TD
      5d
  • Google seaswe
    5d1
  • Amazon tenders
    SNAP, I’m down 75%. Help!!!!
    6d1
    • New MMDDYY
      OP
      We can't help without a screenshot
      6d
  • Microsoft saw1saw
    Spy all in
    6d0
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    Ethereum up 2,300%
    SHOP up 210%
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  • New MMDDYY
    OP
    Bought on top, but oh well. Going to hold long term and keep buying in. What do you think?
    5d0

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