$ZNOG Jesus entered the temple courts and drove out all who were buying and selling there. He overturned the tables of the money changers and the benches of those selling doves. 13 “It is written,” he said to them, “‘My house will be called a house of prayer,’[a] but you are making it ‘a den of robbers.’[b]” Matthew 21:12-13. Take this from a real Christian who knows their Bible. Jesus lost his temper only once in scripture. The circumstances of that event would probably indicate that Jesus would probably be displeased with people asking you to send your money to Oil executives headquartered in Texas who are digging a hole in Israel in the name of Jesus. There is such a thing as Faith based investing. It is buying stock of companies that reinvest in communities to nurture Christian values. If you Google the term You'll find a list of such companies. Hobby Lobby, Alaska Airlines are usually on the list. Facts are things. Saying "Jesus Loves this penny stock" isn't FaithBasedInvesting
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@Prophecy_hunter @Johnnyspotone Yes very thoroughly. I wasn't saying anything about the company. With a basic trading strategy most people would have been out at .61 and could have bought back twice as many shares at half the price now. Some people may have done that but held back because they believed the posts on the board. A lot of new traders jump into Pennys, get burned and never invest again. Just wanted to point out that trading is a skill. Faith can move mountains but don't be surprised if God asks you to bring a shovel. With a trading strategy folks can mitigate the loss on Companies they Love(why ever they love them) and even profit when they dip in price. Buy and hold is a person's right but on this information sharing site I think it's important to make sure new people know the importance of a real trading strategy. Here is a good book. Considered to be one of the best in arming newbies against being duped by others or their own in experience. Have a blessed day:) google.com/search?client=ta...
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