Back on February 11 I place a trade in Facebook Stock. Today I adjusted that trade which improved the return and improved the level of protection. It took just minutes to make the decision and the result is a much stronger trade.
Once a trade is put in place, many investors have trouble making future decisions on the trade. In many instances investors start a trade with good prospects for a decent return set in place. As time passes though the stock or ETF they are trading in, changes and decisions on whether to roll, buy to close, sell, buy more, move out, move down, move up and a dozen other such decisions needs to be made.
The problem for a lot of investors is too much information or not enough information and in particular not knowing how to approach the decision-making process in the first place.
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Facebook Stock (FB) – Simplifying The Decision-Making Process
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