Motivation Behind E-Investing?

Alchemist

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#2
Alchemist, what is your motivation to set up this forum?
I have always liked discussing stock markets with others.

Earlier I had a Yahoo community, but someone hacked my password and I lost control of the community.

Then I decided, I should have my own community as that would allow me to have a better control over it....:D.

This was my earlier community:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BazaarAlchemy/

and of course, having my own site helps me make a little money..:D.
 
#3
I am sure you must have received quite a lot of praise for this site. I would like to be added to that list :) The best part about this site is that the traffic is optimal. Also, the experienced people who answer the posts here are all serious about helping others and having a healthy decision.

Keep up the good work, and let me know if you ever need any help on the technical side of this.
 

Alchemist

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#4
I am sure you must have received quite a lot of praise for this site. I would like to be added to that list :) The best part about this site is that the traffic is optimal. Also, the experienced people who answer the posts here are all serious about helping others and having a healthy decision.
As far as possible, I try to avoid low quality posts.

There is no use filling up the forum with useless chit-chat.

I am no great stock picker and still have a lot to learn.

The greatest beneficiary of this forum is me.

Half the time, I don't know the answers to questions that people ask and I have to look for the information. As a result, I keep learning new things.

I don't post as much as I should, but there is a reason for it too.

I have to look after my other ventures too and compared to them, this forum has a much lower ROI...:D.
 

Alchemist

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#6
On the lighter side, that explains why many of my posts go unanswered :D.

Hope your PC problem is all sorted out :)
actually, I have been having problems for over a month now.

see this thread that I made on another forum 45 days back:

http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=1508449

I haven't been able to detect the source of my problem.

motherboard and PSU are the most probable culprits.

even the dealer's tech guys failed to solve my problem.

so, I have finally decided to buy a new PC..:D.

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by useless posts, I didn't mean questions or queries.

queries are always welcome.

at present, I am not in a position to looks at details of stocks as that needs a lot of time and my PC doesn't allow me to work continuously...:D.
 
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