The best investors are not the ones who consistently select the biggest winners, but who manage risks and avoid suffering large losses. Here, we'll take a close look at the risks investors are up against.
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The Dirty Dozen Investing Risks
#1 Inflation risk
It's known as Public Enemy #1 because it hurts all of us consumers.
As the prices of goods and services rise over time, our money buys less and less.
So much going on. Who's paying attention? 100+ year old GE gets dumped from the 30-company Dow Jones Industrial Average. Apple passes $1 trillion in market value. Elon Musk floats taking Tesla private and casually throws out a value of $420 per share. Bezos' wealth tops $150 billion. GDP growth hits 4.1% in the quarter. Trump playing the tariff game, which is purely a game of chicken. What's most interesting to you?
Zach, you are a beast! He's such a talent and visionary that he gets away with a lot. I was chatting with some former students and was expressing wonder about how he can be burning so much cash now he's finally blowing out thousands of Model 3s. I saw an article (only one) that said his gross margin on them is supposed to be pretty good.
3 months 1 week ago
Investeach Aaron Rodgers is frustrated, no longer a top 5 fantasy QB. Won’t be able to get in done when injury’s happen. On the investing side, opened me a Schwab account I won’t touch any company dealing with China. The Chinese market is crumbling and they are going to strike hard out of nowhere in desperation to save the Chinese market which has been slowing down the past few years. Here’s a little stock tip, MiMedx Group (MDXG) is a buy. Talking to multiple doctors, the technology is irreplaceable and needed in every hospital in America. They’ve had recent financial troubles (major fraud) and the stock price has plummeted in addition to notice of delisting unless KPMG can produce correct numbers for the last couple years, which of course in Amerika, they’ll be able to stall out until they can produce accurate numbers. New CEO who has a reputable experience for turning around companies in this situation means a bright future. Get in before it’s too late. -Nelson
2 - 3 months 1 week ago
The annual deficit has already eclipsed last year’s amount and it’s the beginning of August
It's easy to overlook this itsy bitsy issue when times are good and Zuck is bringing home the $$$: "..This is a symptom of Facebook's dual-class share structure. Class B shares have 10 times the voting power of class A shares, and it just so happens that Zuckerberg owns more than 75% of class B stock."