When to Invest
I’d love to tell you when you should consider investing in Animalcare, but I’m no stockbroker. I’m also not an investment genius although you can find some great tips on Bright Hub on how to make your portfolio diverse.
I can tell you what I base my investments on and while it’s not a scientific way of investing, it seems to work for me, but keep in mind, I only play with penny stocks.
For example, prior to the start of the National Football League season, I always buy stock in Riddell helmets because players wear them and they wear out. I’m sure every player has at least three with their numbers and team logos on them. In addition, all the ones they make are worn once or twice and then a team member is cut so to me Riddell is always a good choice.
At the start of the holiday season, I look at weight loss centers, see who has the best stock prices, and invest in those. Why? People gain weight over the holidays and come January they run to these places for help so I’m there to collect on my investment for sure!
So, that’s my plan, but it shouldn’t be your plan. I must note here that if you invest in any stock, even Animalcare, you need to research the company, find out as much as you can, and review the ups and downs and predictions before you buy. If you’ve never purchased a stock on your own, you really need to do some research or even seek the advice of a professional.
As for me, Animalcare looks like a good deal, in my opinion, and as far as my husband and I go, we simply can’t go to the animal shelter ever again. We are too sympathetic toward all those dogs and cats that will never find homes. As Bob Barker of The Price Is Right television show used to shout at the end of each program, “Get your pets spayed or neutered," and there will still be plenty of dogs and cats to go around to those who want pets and perhaps put a dent in the number of pets left to inevitable doom!
What’s your take on investing in the $41 billion pet care industry? Have you already done so and if so, let us know how it’s going for you. Investment advice from peers is always welcomed!