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Saturday, 17 July 2010

Help me! I am still losing money in my Investment Quadrant - Part 2

Help me! I am still losing money in my Investment Quadrant - Part 1

Most novice retail stock investors start "investing"(analyzing) in the stock market when they have saved some money from their earned income. They may have first started their "investing" (stock analysis) by listening to stock tips from brokers, friends, or relative and etc.

But after a while the novice retail stock investors realized that they are losing more and more money in the stock market and they embark on a period of learning from their "investing"(analyzing) mistakes.

Some may turn to fundamental analysis or technical analysis or both. Some may seek professional help either from books or by attending professional training courses to progress into more advance stage of stock analysis.

For those who turn to technical analysis through self-learning and still couldn't make it on their own may soon seek to step up their stock analysis further by turning to professional trainers or gurus for stock analysis guidance.

But when the retail stock investors start to lose money once again. They may begin to doubt their analysis skills. They may start again to find ways and means to try to improve their analysis further. They believe more and more analysis will eventually help them to be successful investors.

Does it sound familiar to you?

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