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Thursday, 13 February 2020

Long or Wrong Term Investing Is Like Banging Your Head on Hindsight???


Alamak! Bang head for selling way too early!


Read? DBS : Sold @ $21.04


Forecast dividend has increased from $1.20 to $1.32 for FY 20






4 comments:

  1. CW,

    That's the downside of too "perfect" record keeping ;)

    Then again, if you had held on, you would still bang head today for not selling DBS at above $30 during April 2018...

    And if DBS dips below $21 this year, you would feel super proud of yourself!

    LOL!


    Let it go, let it go!

    The moral of the story is not buy-and-hold; the lesson is to sharpen our saw so we can improve our entries and enhance our exits ;)

    Passive my foot!

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    1. Fully agreed! Long term investing is also same as short term trading required master skills unless one is happy to invest to breakeven by taking Panadols.

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  2. The worst case was the time Lot's wife looked back when Sodom and Gomorrah was destroyed by God.

    So much for looking back.

    But in investing who doesn't look back?

    U can only learn by looking back at your mistakes.

    But then looking back too much is good or bad?

    Too much can paralysed one.

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