Discussion in 'Community Board' started by Rickat96, Oct 24, 2018.
Big loss for a one day trade- Down to $111.61.
Can it go lower?
It can. Who knows if it will.
The market has been down across the board for much of October. It shouldn’t be much of a surprise.
Totally shocking! Just kidding. I fully expected it.
Wa-hoo a sale!!
Think long term. You can't predict the absolute high or low
LOL. I bought my Disney stock 30 years ago. Factoring in several splits, my cost basis is $9.17 a share. Throw in the $100 a quarter dividends, I'm not concerned.
I paid $110 a share for 10 shares, that are now 120 shares.
It's still up from when I bought it. So, all is still good for me.
Like Manning said, think long term.
Yea, tomorrow is another day.
DJIA, S and P 500, and Russel 2000 indexes are all now down for the year to date.
The Nasdaq is still up.
Tesla is rocketing higher. They are worth more than GM, Ford, or Chrysler.
Wouldn’t be surprised if NASDAQ joins the party
So what’s your point? The market is in a nose dive. I lost nearly all my gains from the previous 9 months.
Wall Street is not for the timid.
Who’s point are you referring to
That there was a big loss in Disney’s stock.
Dis stock has been a rollercoaster ride for the last year, Up's downs its all part of it. Investors get scared and dump stock, I buy more every time it's down. I'm down around $1400 on Disney today..... I have confidence it will go back up. I'm sure the price increases, new attractions and the streaming service will make for some killer gains.
Looks like flatline since 2015. https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/quote/DIS/chart/
I'm going to load up.
Not clear if the OP is asking for specific buy/sell recommendations or just curious. If you are planning to sell the answer might be different then if interested in buying. In the long run, I would look for stocks of successful companies that provide goods/services many want. Avoid the flash in pan type companies who are mostly driven by hype, where some are trying to chase the next 'big thing'.
The stock market itself is overdue for a correction. The housing market is extremely overvalued again. Personal debt statistics are at an all time again. Brick and mortars aka retail are taking a huge hit.
What’s the plan? If you can sit tight. If are currently living below your means & have 6 months liquid savings as an emergency fund, you’re better off then the majority. You can ride it out like the roller coaster the stock market, housing market, and the economy has always been. Never jump out of the roller coaster mid ride.
It's up 2% after an hour his morning.
Much better than putting my money in DVC.
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