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  • There are people who are paid big bucks for opinions. Stock analysts are hired by big brokerage companies to research individual companies and both the local and world economies. They spend hours, days and weeks investigating a company balance sheet. A few will actually go to the company headquarters to see the physical plant and interview with management. Ultimately they will form an opinion on whether the stock should or should not be bought or sold.

    Belly Buttons

    There are people who are paid big bucks for opinions. Stock analysts are hired by big brokerage companies to research individual companies and both the local and world economies. They spend hours, days and weeks investigating a company balance sheet. A few will actually go to the company headquarters to see the physical plant and interview with management. Ultimately they will form an opinion on whether the stock should or should not be bought or sold.

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  • Most brokers have not been taught by their companies how to make money and few have any idea what to do when the market tanks. They look at each other with blank faces and ask what do we do now. Customers call either crying or screaming.

    Making Money In A Down Market

    Most brokers have not been taught by their companies how to make money and few have any idea what to do when the market tanks. They look at each other with blank faces and ask what do we do now. Customers call either crying or screaming.

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  • Brokers even lose money in their own accounts. They have not been taught how to protect their assets. Money market accounts do not make money for brokerage companies so the customer is told the old saw “the market always comes back” – except when it doesn’t.

    One Question To Ask Your Broker

    Brokers even lose money in their own accounts. They have not been taught how to protect their assets. Money market accounts do not make money for brokerage companies so the customer is told the old saw “the market always comes back” – except when it doesn’t.

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