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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·09-24
      Good read 

      [Short Selling] Ways to Survive a Market Crash

      @Tiger_Academy
      Short selling is a concept that many friends have heard of, but few people are able to make profits through short selling during bear markets. This article will discuss short-selling, including its risks and benefits. I hope you will have a better understanding of short-selling after reading this article.1. What is short selling?Short selling is a trading strategy that speculates on the decline in a stock or other security's price.According to the image from Motley Fool's website, short selling is to borrow shares of a stock or other asset that the investor believes will decrease in value. You borrow the stock from the brokers with a certain amount of funds as a guarantee to sell, and when the stock falls, you purchase the same number of stocks at a lower price and return them to the brokers.For exampleImagine a trader who believes that ABC stock—currently trading at $100—will go down in the next months. He can borrow 100 shares fr
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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·07-07
      Worth reading [Strong] 

      Debt & GDP - what happens when one default?

      @KYHBKO
      Over the course of the last 2 years, governments of the world had to pump in "money" to protect their economies from collapse. As a result, most countries are facing record-high inflation in recent times. Debt has been incurred as they raised the funds to battle Covid and save their economies.Debt to GDP ratio is a metric looked upon by analysts when coming to how countries were able to pay off their debt.Extract from VisualCapitalist: Global debt reached $226 trillion by the end of 2020, seeing the biggest one-year increase since World War II. Borrowing by governments accounted for slightly over half of the $28 trillion increase, bringing global public debt ratio to a record of 99% of GDP. As interest rates rise, IMF officials warn thathigher interest rates will diminish the impact of fiscal spending, and cause debt sustainability concerns to intensify. “The risks will be magnified if global interest rates rise faster than expected and growth falters,” the officials wr
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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·04-14
      $Palantir Technologies Inc.(PLTR)$Come on, please rise! [Call] [Bless] 
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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·04-07
      $Apple(AAPL)$The only position that is green all the way 😅😂
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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·04-01
      $PARKWAYLIFE REIT(C2PU.SI)$Come on! Bull all the way! 
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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·04-01
      $VICOM(WJP.SI)$Slow and steady [Cool] 
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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·03-31
      $Palantir Technologies Inc.(PLTR)$Long term investment [Cool] 
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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·03-31
      $IFAST CORPORATION LTD.(AIY.SI)$Bought at the wrong time.. oh wells. Lesson learnt [Cry] Hope the it'll rise soon! [Bless] 
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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·03-30
      $Matterport, Inc.(MTTR)$come on, continue to rise! [Cool] 
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    • Pris07Pris07
      ·03-30
      $Apple(AAPL)$FTW! [Miser] 
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