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Will social media stockpicking rocket?

Victoria Young
Tue, 27 Oct 2020

Victoria Young
Tue, 27 Oct 2020
Seasoned investors will be comfortable with screeds of abbreviations when discussing companies by their stock ticker codes or various financial metrics.For example, the comment “AIA’s FY2020 NPAT was $170m” is easily understood by sharemarket tragics.Your correspondent has attended plenty of annual meetings where companies are discussed in this way, by mostly greyer-haired folk over tea and sausage rolls.  But more recently I’ve been working out new stock tipping jargon on social media forums such as DYOR – do...

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