What we can learn from these investors' mistakes? Position sizing, stop losses or cut losses, don't risk more than 10% of your capital on any single stock and not more than 20 or 30% on any sector; do your homework before investing, etc Investing lessons are learnt from mistakes! How come we seldom come across investment articles about "mistakes" of selling way too early and missing multi bagger yield on investment cost and multi baggers capital gains? Hmm ... taking profits off the table is never wrong. Where got mistakes? No lesson learnt from selling way too early and missing those big fat gains? So it is like that?
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