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Buying stocks only from a selected list that have a recent history of increasing in value, providing a safety margin for conservative investors
Arranging to automatically buy and sell stocks when their market price falls within or without a range or margin of difference between the price and the true value of the stock, as determined by a variety of methods that assess companies' general financial health
Buying stocks by pooling orders with those of other investors, increasing each individual buyer's margin of safety
Buying stocks by borrowing from a stockbroker a significant portion of the money that is required to purchase them, minus the "margin" you have to provide
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