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Sunday, 15 February 2015

To Sell or Not To Sell??? (4)


Read? To Sell or Not To Sell??? (3)

Read? Your Own Personal Investment Return that matters!!!


To Sell or Not to sell?


In LONG term investing, our own personal investment return that really matters and that will made the big difference among retail investors doing about the same thing in the same market. 

However, in short run, there is not much difference, most of us are likely to get what Mr. Market also gives to many other investors in the same market.


So in the long run, grow your Money Tree. 

Sit back. Relax and collect money. 

How bad can it be?

See your Future You?

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9 comments:

  1. When few star bloggers were writing on their reasons for buying Semb Corp, do you think I am stupid enough to think about selling?

    :-)

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    1. following every buys and sells by the star bloggers is the surest way to huat???

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    2. Something to think about if we have enough capital to build a portfolio of Stars. Test it out. :-)


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  2. To sell or Not to sell?

    See and read who are writing what?

    LOL!

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  3. CW8888 : Wah, beat the market for all stocks wor! Thumb up for you!

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  4. Impressive Yield on Cost!

    If one invested $300K in 2001 into Kepcorp, his dividend is $109K!

    So, size does matter beside high yield.

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    1. Exactly! Well said.

      That is why I always emphasize it - "In investing, our account size really matters!"

      Our winning stocks have to be among our top holding to have meaningful contribution to our passive income and building wealth from the stock market.

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