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Shorts below 60 degrees?

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Started: 4/23/2013 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 4 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Gerfy1

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Like title states, shorts under 60? Opening arguments, then rebuttals, finally closing statements
griffinskymc

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i accept challenage and look forward to arguing with you
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Posted by RoyLatham 4 years ago
RoyLatham
Shorting the stock market is very risky. If the market goes up, the short-seller can lose a lot of money quickly. Most brokerage firms require experience and substantial assets before they will let an investor trade shorts. Young people are unlikely to have the needed experience. Still, demanding an investor be 60 to short the market is going to far. 55 maybe, but not 60.
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