Why Stock Prices Go Up and Down, Explained With Tilray



Pretty much everybody understands the basic premise of investing — Buy low and sell high. Investors want to buy stocks and sell them for a profit after they move …

14 Comments

  1. It's because of Motley Fool – when they recommend that readers/subscribers buy a stock it's because they and/or their sponsors are getting ready to sell the shit out of it – so first it goes up to attract all the idiots and then it goes down when MF and friends dump it. Is that called pump and dump….? I don't know.

  2. WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND – GOOD LUCK JUDGING VALUATIONS WHEN MONEY IS INFINITELY SUPPLIED OUT OF THIN AIR BY CENTRAL BANKS

  3. I would think that the Motley Fool watch when large amounts of stock are going to be released and notify their fellow fool's?

  4. If you bought stocks and price goes down. Don't panic, that's normal. Learned the hard way, and lose some of my capital for some time.

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