Originally Posted by sappy13
tagged to learn as more is posted. Im just getting into investing and wouldnt mind knowing more.
If you're just getting into investing I would recommend you stick with the less volitile blue-chip companies. Pick a few favorites from the DJI, or larger members of the S&P 500. Mix it up a bit, too: don't just buy cyclicals, throw in some slow-and-steady dividend payers as well.
Buying a great company that is a bit down on their luck lately is a great strategy. They will come roaring back if their really isn't anything wrong. A great example was CELG: sold off to 59 a few quarters ago, even though management reaffirmed guidance... and sure enough, it sits at 100 today.
Pennystocks can lose 95% of their value in a day, so be aware of that.
Originally Posted by 2bgop
Ok, I am in come Monday morning.
While I believe that this company will be highly successful, I do still urge you to do your own research as well. I view this one as a longer-term investment, not something that might shoot up 200% next week. The potential is huge here, and honestly I'm not sure why we aren't higher yet -- but it's probably due to the fact that they haven't much to show in the way of revenue, yet. Power/ElectroFuse aren't in stores yet, but they have already shipped the product to DSG and we are expecting CVS to be another location where it will be sold as well.
Their products are real and they do work. You can try them for yourself by ordering from poweredbyfuse.com. Here is a picture of the banners that are going to start showing up in stores soon:
When everything comes together, watch out...