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Sion's How To Invest Thread [Everything you need to invest properly and much more...]

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  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 44,706 Regulator
    I am Investing in a company called Hibbett Stores (HIBB) http://financials.morningstar.com/ratios/r.html?t=HIBB&region=USA&culture=en_US

    It has very high ROE and ROI, very clean balance sheet, highly profitable. Mgmt has been buying back shares too. I like it a lot. It has no debt and current assets double total debts the company has meaning they're liquid.

    This company should be selling at double maybe even triple the price but here we are lol. I am very optimistic about this one.

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    jono wrote: »
    This is the folly of the internet. Its become a bastion of misinformation, rumors, conspiracies and propaganda. A place where a person with no face or name can make accusations at any time with no verification or credentials and brainwash a small segment of people.
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Message to the trills of the IC: May Legion Of Trill be your enemies downfall
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  • FosheezyFosheezy AKA Flying Wonders the Diamond Mind Posts: 3,071 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @scion how long you go on companies like this that you actually like?
  • Qiv_OwanQiv_Owan Posts: 3,900 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I really thought Hibbet Sports went bankrupt it got bought out by Big 5 or Dick's
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  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,451 My Name Is My Name.
    Sion wrote: »
    I am Investing in a company called Hibbett Stores (HIBB) http://financials.morningstar.com/ratios/r.html?t=HIBB&region=USA&culture=en_US

    It has very high ROE and ROI, very clean balance sheet, highly profitable. Mgmt has been buying back shares too. I like it a lot. It has no debt and current assets double total debts the company has meaning they're liquid.

    This company should be selling at double maybe even triple the price but here we are lol. I am very optimistic about this one.

    Hmm...might have to keep an eye on this one...


    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
    Siontraestar
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,451 My Name Is My Name.
    _Jay wrote: »
    Anyone interested in initiating/loading up in Starbucks (SBUX), today is the day you've been waiting on.

    currently down 8.7%

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
  • Olorun22Olorun22 Posts: 5,570 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Is Amazon a good stock to invest in.. it's under 1000 right now
    JokerzWylddwade206
  • SuperManuelSuperManuel I'll getchu bitch!!! Somewhere drunk off my ass.Posts: 17,880 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @Sion will you be making threads like this on the new forum? also if I have these threads bookmarked will they stay in my favorites folder or will they be deleated when this site is gone?
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 44,706 Regulator
    @Sion will you be making threads like this on the new forum? also if I have these threads bookmarked will they stay in my favorites folder or will they be deleated when this site is gone?

    And yes I will most definitely. This thread wont be deleted.
    Olorun22 wrote: »
    Is Amazon a good stock to invest in.. it's under 1000 right now

    No
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    jono wrote: »
    This is the folly of the internet. Its become a bastion of misinformation, rumors, conspiracies and propaganda. A place where a person with no face or name can make accusations at any time with no verification or credentials and brainwash a small segment of people.
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Message to the trills of the IC: May Legion Of Trill be your enemies downfall
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 44,706 Regulator
    Fosheezy wrote: »
    @scion how long you go on companies like this that you actually like?

    I invest in them, my average holding period is 4 years. I buy to hold for the long term (5+ years) I have holdings I've had since the recession pushing a decade.
    IC Moderator and AHH Editor

    http://community.allhiphop.com/categories/site-help

    ^^^ If you need anything go here

    jono wrote: »
    This is the folly of the internet. Its become a bastion of misinformation, rumors, conspiracies and propaganda. A place where a person with no face or name can make accusations at any time with no verification or credentials and brainwash a small segment of people.
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Message to the trills of the IC: May Legion Of Trill be your enemies downfall
    Fosheezykillap_JayMD_PROPER
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,451 My Name Is My Name.
    I'm just sayin, Disney (DIS) has a valuation that's pretty damn good right now...y'all might wanna jump on that, if u haven't already...just sayin

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
  • JokerzWyldJokerzWyld Fazer o que você gosta é liberdade. Gostar do que você faz é felicidade Chocolate CityPosts: 5,477 ✭✭✭✭✭
    TEVA may be a risk worth taking
    "Our mistake, the mistake we Africans made, was to have forgotten that the enemy never withdraws sincerely. He never understands. He capitulates, but he does not become converted

    Our mistake is to have believed that the enemy had lost his combativeness and his harmfulness" Frantz Fanon


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  • 2stepz_ahead2stepz_ahead Who I am is Complex, What i am, simply put. I'm a Threat walking out the lions denPosts: 30,498 ✭✭✭✭✭
    JokerzWyld wrote: »
    TEVA may be a risk worth taking

    teva pharma?
    you have the dude who is naturally thorough -Alpha
    you have the dude that wants to be thorough so he pretend to be Alpha -Beta
    then you have the nigga who wants to hang with the first two to be seen and grab any dropped crumbs.- Omega

    I am still struggling between blocks to get from the have nots to the have yachts and I won't be stopped.



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  • dwade206dwade206 Posts: 11,469 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Olorun22 wrote: »
    Is Amazon a good stock to invest in.. it's under 1000 right now

    Too high and they don't pay a dividend
    Bustin a new nut on @R.D's moms collarbone everyday.
    Siontraestar
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,451 My Name Is My Name.
    without getting all in your business @Sion...

    What are Your criteria for selling shares?

    I'm asking because I have a dilemma coming up. I own shares in a profitable business, and the shares have literally quadrupled in price since I purchased them...the company has a competitive advantage in the form of a certain "must own" product that comes out every 4-5 years, along with its "normal" offerings.

    my original plan was to wait for 1-2 quarters after the next "must own" item drops, letting the company's share price rise (it's already currently higher than it ever has been before), then selling my shares...but I'm concerned. if there's a correction, the share price will have to start over from a lower price than it currently is, and may never reach the price that the stock is currently evaluated at now...

    I'm prolly gonna continue holding on to the shares and follow my original plan...but I'm just asking what are Your criteria for selling shares? most ppl focus on "buy and hold" forever, but I know u normally keep your shares for around 5 years, and was just curious.

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
  • JokerzWyldJokerzWyld Fazer o que você gosta é liberdade. Gostar do que você faz é felicidade Chocolate CityPosts: 5,477 ✭✭✭✭✭
    JokerzWyld wrote: »
    TEVA may be a risk worth taking

    teva pharma?

    I am looking Into it. I still need to research the risk.
    "Our mistake, the mistake we Africans made, was to have forgotten that the enemy never withdraws sincerely. He never understands. He capitulates, but he does not become converted

    Our mistake is to have believed that the enemy had lost his combativeness and his harmfulness" Frantz Fanon


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  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 44,706 Regulator
    _Jay wrote: »
    without getting all in your business @Sion...

    What are Your criteria for selling shares?

    I'm asking because I have a dilemma coming up. I own shares in a profitable business, and the shares have literally quadrupled in price since I purchased them...the company has a competitive advantage in the form of a certain "must own" product that comes out every 4-5 years, along with its "normal" offerings.

    my original plan was to wait for 1-2 quarters after the next "must own" item drops, letting the company's share price rise (it's already currently higher than it ever has been before), then selling my shares...but I'm concerned. if there's a correction, the share price will have to start over from a lower price than it currently is, and may never reach the price that the stock is currently evaluated at now...

    I'm prolly gonna continue holding on to the shares and follow my original plan...but I'm just asking what are Your criteria for selling shares? most ppl focus on "buy and hold" forever, but I know u normally keep your shares for around 5 years, and was just curious.

    My criteria for selling shares is as follows:

    If all my money has been made and then some typically I won't sell because it's just more profitable to hang on to it. If I have to sell after I've made all money it'll be because there's something even better for me to buy.

    The only other time you'll see me sell is if:

    - mgmt is making poor decisions
    - competitive advantages are/has deteriorated
    - there's no way the company will profit

    The last one I've never done because you can usually tell from a mile way if a company can or won't be profitable. But that's a reason I would sell.
    IC Moderator and AHH Editor

    http://community.allhiphop.com/categories/site-help

    ^^^ If you need anything go here

    jono wrote: »
    This is the folly of the internet. Its become a bastion of misinformation, rumors, conspiracies and propaganda. A place where a person with no face or name can make accusations at any time with no verification or credentials and brainwash a small segment of people.
    T. Sanford wrote: »
    Message to the trills of the IC: May Legion Of Trill be your enemies downfall
    _Jay
  • dwade206dwade206 Posts: 11,469 ✭✭✭✭✭
    _Jay wrote: »
    without getting all in your business @Sion...

    What are Your criteria for selling shares?

    I'm asking because I have a dilemma coming up. I own shares in a profitable business, and the shares have literally quadrupled in price since I purchased them...the company has a competitive advantage in the form of a certain "must own" product that comes out every 4-5 years, along with its "normal" offerings.

    my original plan was to wait for 1-2 quarters after the next "must own" item drops, letting the company's share price rise (it's already currently higher than it ever has been before), then selling my shares...but I'm concerned. if there's a correction, the share price will have to start over from a lower price than it currently is, and may never reach the price that the stock is currently evaluated at now...

    I'm prolly gonna continue holding on to the shares and follow my original plan...but I'm just asking what are Your criteria for selling shares? most ppl focus on "buy and hold" forever, but I know u normally keep your shares for around 5 years, and was just curious.

    Are you getting a dividend from that holding?
    Bustin a new nut on @R.D's moms collarbone everyday.
  • Bulletproof WalletsBulletproof Wallets Posts: 1,383 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How can one achieve $500-$1000 monthly returns from the stock market? How much initial investment?
  • dwade206dwade206 Posts: 11,469 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How can one achieve $500-$1000 monthly returns from the stock market? How much initial investment?

    Lol, general ass question but a decent plan would be, stay diverse, determine the intrinsic value of the companies you're investing in, and track the dividend yield. The rest is your doing.
    Bustin a new nut on @R.D's moms collarbone everyday.
  • Go figureGo figure the GoPosts: 4,272 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How can one achieve $500-$1000 monthly returns from the stock market? How much initial investment?

    A lot of damn money and the right stocks
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  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,451 My Name Is My Name.
    dwade206 wrote: »
    _Jay wrote: »
    without getting all in your business @Sion...

    What are Your criteria for selling shares?

    I'm asking because I have a dilemma coming up. I own shares in a profitable business, and the shares have literally quadrupled in price since I purchased them...the company has a competitive advantage in the form of a certain "must own" product that comes out every 4-5 years, along with its "normal" offerings.

    my original plan was to wait for 1-2 quarters after the next "must own" item drops, letting the company's share price rise (it's already currently higher than it ever has been before), then selling my shares...but I'm concerned. if there's a correction, the share price will have to start over from a lower price than it currently is, and may never reach the price that the stock is currently evaluated at now...

    I'm prolly gonna continue holding on to the shares and follow my original plan...but I'm just asking what are Your criteria for selling shares? most ppl focus on "buy and hold" forever, but I know u normally keep your shares for around 5 years, and was just curious.

    Are you getting a dividend from that holding?


    nah, if I was getting a dividend, I would buy and hold forever, lol...

    the company itself is Take Two Interactive, the publisher behind GTA and NBA2K

    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
  • dwade206dwade206 Posts: 11,469 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Proctor and Gamble has had a increase in dividends for the past 6 decades. Something to think about.
    Bustin a new nut on @R.D's moms collarbone everyday.
    Sionthagreat45_Jay
  • 2stepz_ahead2stepz_ahead Who I am is Complex, What i am, simply put. I'm a Threat walking out the lions denPosts: 30,498 ✭✭✭✭✭
    what do you guys use to invest in international stocks?
    you have the dude who is naturally thorough -Alpha
    you have the dude that wants to be thorough so he pretend to be Alpha -Beta
    then you have the nigga who wants to hang with the first two to be seen and grab any dropped crumbs.- Omega

    I am still struggling between blocks to get from the have nots to the have yachts and I won't be stopped.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=HhTZZdVbjio


  • dasmooth1dasmooth1 Posts: 156 ✭✭
    what do you guys use to invest in international stocks?

    I'm in the UK and use an online brokerage called Degiro who are based in the Netherlands. Real cheap trading fees (£1.75 per trade). I only purchase UK stocks though because international stocks will incur different taxes depending on the country so it's not worth it for me having my gains eaten into.
  • _Jay_Jay Posts: 3,451 My Name Is My Name.
    what do you guys use to invest in international stocks?

    2 Vanguard ETFs:

    VT (covers world stocks, but primarily consist of S&P 500 companies, America kicks azz)
    VGK (covers the FTSE, the UK's S&P 500)

    I was planning on checking other ETFs for more "emerging markets" but I've since chilled...


    ..................ROLL DAMN TIDE



    @JayChillinBro
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