You buy stocks = shares into a company that you believe in --say at 10.00 a share.<br><br>The company then grows to 20 dollars a share. You then sell you shares or stock in that company and double your money,<br><br>
Except for sross's warning that politics is drivel, I'd be tempted to pile on, MacGizmo. But I'll resist temptation <br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Its war time now.<br>So all non war machine companys stocks will drop. Almost all<br>All war time companys stocks will grow. Very few.<br><br>Its has always been that way.<br><br>Now is the time to buy and not sell.<br><br>
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