QAV - The Schrödinger

We start off this episode with a recap of last week’s journal entries, then answer your questions about when Tony sells a stock, how to build a portfolio from scratch, the pros and cons of different Buy and Sell order types, and which stocks are in Tony’s portfolio. We also talk about another one of these Schrödinger stocks – they are both a buy and a sell at the same time.

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