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Choosing stocks that are down when markets are hitting new highs is a special talent.

Last year I bought Freeport when it was in the $4 range when it was falling and added to my position every payday until it reached $10 . I only buy a few at a time I also wasn't sure if they file Bankruptcy.

Individual Junk bonds if your willing to gamble and willing to hold for long periods of time. You could lose money on your principal of the bond.

Exchange traded funds with $0 commission are available for as little as buying 1 share just follow your brokerers rules to getting the shares and hold them.
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