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Saturday 25 September 2021

Stop-loss, Cut-loss for Switching Horses and Position Sizing and NO Leverage!

 Hi Bro CW8888

What do you think of Venture, kept dropping after I bought at $19.77 but collected 2 rounds of dividen d at $500 & $250.

Should cut?

Thanks for your advice.


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Stop-loss is for traders and cut-loss is for investor to switch horses. 

Are you in pain of seeing escalating paper losses; then you should sell to relieve your pains. 

Pains no more! Only regrets after that!

Choose Pain or Regret?

Got Panadols to ease pain? 

1 comment:

  1. Hmm OP should be asking himself that question.

    Is his original thesis still valid?

    If his entire position got liquidated, will he buy in at current price?

    That will tell him whether to do nothing, buy more, sell some, or sell all.


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