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Friday, 13 November 2009

Sell Is Not A Dirty Word

Stock Truism: Stock price will unexpectedly peak and reverse down.

Selling a stock is taking back your control over your investing capital.

Sell when you can and that is happy selling.  Sell when you have to or force to; and that is sour selling. Don't you enjoy happy selling?

Selling is part art, part luck, and part discipline. If you have no sell discipline, learn it and get used to profit taking by selling pieces of your winners and it is part of money management strategy. But, it is also important not to panic sell in a volatile market.

The biggest profit is to ride the trend, but can you really overcome your emotions to ride up the trend in a volatile market. Trending stocks by nature are more volatile as they attract too many bullish and bearish market players at the same time with opposing views.

Multi-bagger stocks make a huge difference to your portfolio returns; do you have any multi-baggers in your portfolio? If no, then you have not master the Art Of Trend Riding yet. There are many books on Mastering Stocks Trend available in NLB.

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