Stock Buying Strategy for Empire Avenue

23 May
English: Chart of the annual dividends on the ...

English: Chart of the annual dividends on the common stock of the Lehigh Valley Railroad (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

People on Empire Avenue talk about many different strategies for buying stocks. This article will discuss them.

After 5 days on Empire Avenue I already have invested in 122 stocks. That number will go up exponentially in the coming months. The decisions I make will either make me alot of Eaves (their virtual currency) or will be a nightmare.

The goal with this article is to help me (and you) figure out what are the investment options on Empire Avenue.

  1. Practical considerations make it VERY DIFFICULT to buy all of your stocks through the interface provided by Empire Avenue. The problem is that you can only do one at a time.
  2. 3rd Party Solutions: https://www.avenue.io/ provides a slick interface that for $10 a month allows you to manage 3 accounts at a time and allows you to buy 100 stocks at a time.
  3. High Dividends.
  4. Stock Appreciation.
  5. High Yield.
  6. Sliders.
  7. Reciprocal. This strategy is to invest in people who invest in you. If no one invests in your stock, then your price falls. So one way to keep your price high is to invest in people who invest back in you.

So what strategy do you think is the best?

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