To buy or to sell?

Walker, Chris
June 2010
Money (Australia Edition);Jun2010, Issue 124, p114
The article emphasizes the importance of good research when deciding to buy or sell stocks. It argues that investors do not have control over what affects share prices, but they can choose the stocks to invest. It also discusses the need for investors to determine their attitude to risk which will influence what stock to buy, hold or sell. The article looks at some share investment strategies, including dollar cost averaging.


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