Ask A Foolish Question: How Should I Research Shares?

Published in Investing Strategy on 14 December 2012

Stuart and Jill tackle another reader's question in this Ask A Foolish Question video.

Have you ever bought a stock only to see its share price drop almost immediately? Jill Ralph and Stuart Watson answer a question from a Foolish reader who is having just that problem. They discuss how much attention you should pay to the price you pay for shares, and why you should always seek out negative opinions about any investment you're planning to make.

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forsunnydays 14 Dec 2012 , 5:27pm

It is a shame that I can't open this as it a subject I am extremely interested in. Hopefully it can put into a format that can be more easily accessed.

Many thanks.

goodlifer 14 Dec 2012 , 9:39pm

forsunnydays
"It is a shame that I can't open this as it a subject I am extremely interested in. Hopefully it can put into a format that can be more easily accessed."

I agree.

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