In the short term, the answer is yes. Most people buy swing stocks right away, and in doing so they get very little return at all.
Swing trading has been around a long time, and its appeal grows with the amount of information that people already possess. The best way to get exposure is to put in the research and learn a trade like no other.
For those interested in the long run success rate of a stock, they might not want to make the same mistakes that so many of us have been doing recently.
By John E. Stahl,
(Translated from German by James C. Miller)
After the Great Depression began to affect European economies in 1931, and unemployment in the United States reached over 30 percent, the president and the Congress set out a program of monetary and fiscal stimulus intended to keep the economy from imploding. The Fed took on the bulk of the financing during the first five years of the policy. During this time, the Fed continued to operate as a lender of last resort. It acted as an inflationary factor to keep the economy from suffering from massive deflationary pressures. The Fed also expanded the standard issue issue of currency, in this case the U.S. dollar, through several rounds of quantitative easing (QE). The Fed then continued to expand its balance sheet through its purchases of U.S. government debt at a rate of nearly one trillion dollars every five years. This has resulted in the current state of public debt being the highest at more than two trillion dollars with the size of the debt projected to continue growing at almost three quarters of a trillion dollars every year, according to “The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Finance Industry.” The U.S. economy is now in its ninth straight year of recession, and GDP has contracted by almost three percent since 2008.
What is interesting about recent financial media reports about the globalist plan is how they do not mention the Fed (and by extension the U.S. government) at all, they only make reference to money which they term the “tape,” and therefore the central bank. As discussed in the recent blog, the central bank is now the sole source of money in this country, and the private sector, which is now bankrupt, has lost their ability to create money and circulate it as an asset. The central bank also takes the bulk of the money supply and hands it out to the globalist elites according to a policy of fiat currency. This money is then used directly
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