I always lose my money in the Stock Market

I always lose my money in the Stock Market. Therefore I want to become master in Stock Market. So that my money couldn't lost from next time. So what should I do to become master in Stock Market?

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    Actually, you want to become a master in Stock Market. So you'll have to follow my some rules. First of all, you'll have to read 8 - books. Who I'm giving below list of eight books. Which that books could make master. #1 – The Intelligent Investor. #2 – How to Make Money in Stocks. #3 – When to Sell: #4 – Irrational Exuberance. #5 – Stock Investing For Dummies. #6 – A Random Walk Down Wall Street. #7 – Market Wizards, Updated. #8 – Stocks for the Long Run 5/E. And you'll have to stay always update in the market.

    2019.08.01 18:0
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      Actually, I'm studying but in with I'm thinking about making money. So I want to start a blog. So what are some tips for me?

      2019.08.01 18:0

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