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Sunday, 24 July 2016

Cut Losses And Hide Into Cash? Think It Is Difficult To Recover Our Realized Losses With Cash! (2)


Read? Cut Losses And Hide Into Cash? Think It Is Difficult To Recover Our Realized Losses With Cash!


True Story!

This debate happened many years ago at one cbox.

Why don't you cut losses?

What is the reason?

To recover back some capital to re-invest.

Hmmm ....

What if we have plenty of capital in the War Chest, we still need to cut losses to raise more cash to follow the Street's advice?

Dumb or Smart?

What you think?














6 comments:

  1. looks like saying me and cory conservation.

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    1. Thought you understand between cut losses into cash and switch horses. Or you still blur?

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  2. Must be me LAR who indirectly advised Yeh to keep more cash! Soli Soli Soli...

    I do not know the whole situation.

    Actually my best advice is for Yeh to find another hobby other than reading stock news and chit chatting on LP's blog. Ahhhhhhh.... all the stones throw at me liao....

    The more we 朝思暮想about money, the more we walk the wrong path!

    Yes we need money bcos of current situation. Maybe sometimes if we think from another angle, could it be because of pursuit of money, we ended or worsened current situation!

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    1. me and husband invested 550k, and cash 300k.
      still need to cut mah? or switched horse??

      any advise?

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    2. Follow your head and what your Excel worksheet tells you.

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    3. But i don't believe we can invest without emotions when our money is concerned.

      WB is more correct i think.IIRC
      " Not until you can manage your emotions, you can manage your money."

      i always imagine or think a person who has lost his emotions or warped his emotions is "mentally sick".
      And is / maybe quite dangerous to society and to himself.

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