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Saturday, 26 December 2015

Buy Slowly But Still Lose!!! So How?



How often do we hear investment bloggers shouting that they are buying slowly?

We may buy slowly but we can still lose!

The last 4 stocks were bought slowly; but they were bought at the wrong market timing so they are still losing till now!

Slow but not necessary steady.

 




 
 


6 comments:

  1. CW,

    The silver lining is you did take some money off the table near the top.

    Now imagine if you didn't do that.

    Without funds to do bottom-picking, you would be so blue now...

    LOL!

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  2. Like in a boxing ring, how many rounds you can go?
    Losing a round is not the end of the match.
    Getting a K. O. is disastrous.
    Especially for old folks like us.
    NO HC ANYMORE!

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  3. Uncle, your osim chart, take your grey line, duplicate it with same incline, move the duplicate til it touches the most bottom point in history. Then when the time comes, check the company balance sheet. ;)

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  4. Uncle, your osim chart, take your grey line, duplicate it with same incline, move the duplicate til it touches the most bottom point in history. Then when the time comes, check the company balance sheet. ;)

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