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Thursday, 22 October 2009

What's Wrong With Selling A Stock?

Didn't we buy a stock to sell at a later Date? The Date is a number in 1 to X days. Does it really matter what is X? It will be fanastic if IT IS THE MOST MONEY IN THE LEAST X DAYS.

Before you HIT the BUY button, you have absolute CONTROL over your money. You can choose:

1. Spend it,
2. Save it,
3. Invest it,
4. Lose it,
5. Give it.

But, once you HIT the BUY button, you surrender the CONTROL over to the Market. The Market will determine at its own will to make you happy or make you sad. You can only watch in horrow when the Market plunges!

But, when you SELL your stock, you take back that CONTROL from the Market. You be proud and happy that you now have absolute CONTROL over your money. You should be happy.

What's Wrong With Selling A Stock?

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