Post Reply Anime stock trading
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I've never got into any form of stock trading, but I am fairly interested. Imagine buying a certain share of the stock from Kyoto Animation, you grow with the company and the companies artwork. That your favorite character, the computer wall paper of this character, his spirit, and his story lives on while you get the profit as well as supporting the company and art work. Sounds fun isn't it. Characters and side characters are mini-investments. Anyone who is getting into anime stock let me know how it works and if there is a branch company I can invest in here in Taiwan. As well as other suggestions in shamelessly advertising the company. Thanks
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Posted 4/17/17
Good luck with that.

It's more about diversification than just choosing something
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Humms wrote:

Good luck with that.

It's more about diversification than just choosing something


I agree, but it's not about choosing anything over anime. That's the same as not doing anything

P.S How about this , assuming you like them all equally and you got 4 companies to choose from, and you got 4 dollars, you are free to invest 1 dollar into each company, sounds fair :D? There is the saying, "don't put too many eggs in one basket"
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Posted 4/17/17 , edited 4/17/17

fredreload wrote:


Humms wrote:

Good luck with that.

It's more about diversification than just choosing something


I agree, but it's not about choosing anything over anime. That's the same as not doing anything

P.S How about this , assuming you like them all equally and you got 4 companies to choose from, and you got 4 dollars, you are free to invest 1 dollar into each company, sounds fair :D? There is the saying, "don't put too many eggs in one basket"


If you're lucky to find anything bellow 1 dollar a stock. Go for it. You have to follow trends, you have to constantly check what everything closes at.

No you don't want to throw all your money into one, but im not doing this for a living. I'm not sitting at home for 10 hours a day reading articles, and constantly checking the market.

If I wanted to blow my brains out, I would just do that for a living.

If you want to actually start off doing stocks. Put yourself at least $1000 set aside, and lock for low trending stocks that will spike 2-3 dollars in a couple days, and you sell, then rinse and repeat.

Again. If you really want to blow your brains out go ahead.

Not as easy as it looks, but if you understand business, you shouldn't have a problem
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