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    21 Big Profit Ideas For Small Retail Investors Brought to you by: www BigFatPurse com  Investing, Personal Finance, Success    2 Disclaimer: The material from and this report have no regard to the specific investment objectives, financial situation, or particular needs of any reader. Information, tools and articles published are solely for informational purposes and are not to be construed as a solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any securities or related financial instruments. Any references made to third parties are based on information obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but are not guaranteed as being accurate. Visitors should not regard it as a substitute for the exercise of their own judgment. Any opinions expressed in this report are subjected to change without notice and or any affiliated sites or authors are not under any obligation to update or keep current the information contained herein. accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage of any kind arising out of the use of this report. The ideas from this report are merely a start to a means of further research and uncovering a great business and investment. holds no responsibility for any investment whatsoever. You Can Share With Your Friends! You have full giveaway rights to this ebook. If you feel that your family or friends will benefit from this report, please feel free and share with them. However you must not change any part of the report whatsoever. Thank you.    3 21 Big Ideas #1  - Listen to the Shoe Shine Boy #2  - Invest In Small Caps Stocks #3  - Look For Insider Trading #4  - Buying REITS Below Their Net Asset Value #5  - Sell High Buy Low #6  - Follow A Few Stocks You Really Know Well #7  - Look At Charts #8  - Ignore The Media #9  - Keep It Simple #10  - Do Not Invest In Anything You Do Not Know #11  - Know Yourself #12  - If Something Is Too Good To Be True, It Probably Is #13  - Choose Passive Investing If You Do Not Have Time #14  - Patience Is A Virtue #15   –  Qualitative or Quantitative Analysis #16  - Understand the Power Of Compounding Interest #17  - Think Of Investing As A Sport #18  - Differentiate Price From Value #19  - Do Not Follow Gurus Blindly #20  - Keep Your Biases In Check #21  - Track Your Performance And Measure Your Returns    4 1   -   L ISTEN TO THE S HOE S HINE B OY   In 1928 in New York City, or so the story goes, John D. Rockefeller was having his shoes shined. The shoe shine boy, presumably not knowing who Rockefeller was, started giving him stock tips. J.D. took his shoe shine boy’s advice –   but not in the way you’d expect.  He decided that if a shoe shine boy –  making a penny a shine –  was giving stock tips –  it was time to get out of the market. He did –   and it’s the reason his family was able to stave off the Depression, and continued to be one of the richest in our history. Who is your equivalent shoe shine boy? Is he the taxi driver? Is he your colleague who has shown sudden interest in stocks like never before? The first tip is about increasing your street smarts by surveying the sentiments of the people around you. When many people are optimistic about investing in stocks, it is probably time to get out.
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