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Monday, 16 February 2015

Why Long Term Investing Can Be So Challenging For Retail Investors???


"It's not whether you're right or wrong that's important, but how much money you make when you're right and how much you lose when you're wrong." ~ George Soros


 "In investing, our account size really matters!" - CW8888






Read?
Time Factor in Saving vs. Investing???

Over long run, we have to get them all right. 

Right timing. Right stocks. Right sizing!

Getting Three Rights!

It can be so challenging for retail investors. Right?


 

 
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.

     

1 comment:

  1. Account size matters, as 1% dividend increase over:
    1. $10 = 10 cts
    2. $100 = $1
    3. $1,000 = $10,
    4. $10,000 = $100
    5. $100,000 = $1,000
    6. $1,000,000 =$10,000

    But [b] account size + power of computer interest + yield [/b] matter more.

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