, do I really want to hold onto them and keep track of what they're doing?
I have a couple of blue chip like AT&T that I check maybe every three months or so.
The dividends from them just keeps re investing in themselves and occasionally they go up and seldom go down much.
They pay much more interest than a bank does so a good place to park your money for long term.
selling short and so on, but it's rather not for me.
Me neither delph as that is really throwing the dice best left for professional brokers.
PKNOrlen will take over one of the biggest energy companies in Poland
I would not hesitate to have that for my main blue chip stock if I were young and Polish.
Sure, I get access to...5? daily through my banking brokerage
Those free ones give you some guidance and are good learning tools.
Mine is put together by some of the best brokers in the country that are educated on log rhythms, option strategies, flow charts, spreads, futures, etc.
They put all their knowledge together and put together these trading charts for most all the stocks out there.
It cost me about $5k a year for these charts but is well worth it.
Like anything, the more you play with it the better you get at it but it does take some of your time to make money.
That's why I am on my computer so much while just squeaking out a living.
Today the market is tanking because this is the first time in history that oil prices have gone negative.