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Thank you for the wealth of information. I am not sure this is the right forum to ask the question. I am thinking about buying and selling stocks in a 18-24 month period. Buying low keep for 24 months and once I get an acceptable price increase to sell. I am not looking to make huge amount of money just a little at a time. Is this a good thing to do? What are the pros and cons? Can this be a long term investment strategy. Thank you in advance.
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