A Hen and a Pig were sauntering down the main street of an Indiana town (yes, this is another shaggy dog story!) when they passed a restaurant that advertised “Delicious ham and eggs: 75 cents.” “Sounds like a bargain,” approved the Hen. “That owner obviously know how to run his business. “It’s all very well for you to be so pleased about the dish in question,” observed the Pig with some resentment. “For you it is all in the day’s work. Let me point out, however, that on my part it represents a genuine sacrifice.”
Same as investing in the stock market. When you saw your favourite Hen (Your favourite finance or investment bloggers) entering a stock that sounds like a bargain.
Do you quickly follow and jump in too?
But, don't ever forget that you might be the Pig, Get it?
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