5 Investing Statements That Make You Sound Stupid

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Some people love to talk stocks, and some people love to laugh at those people when they try to sound smart and important but don't know what they're talking about. If you want to be a part of group No. 1 and avoid being the brunt of the jokes from group No. 2, you've come to the right place. This article will help you sound knowledgeable and wise while talking about the market. Here are five things you shouldn't say, why you shouldn't say them and what an experienced investor would have said instead.
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