|FOMO is the “Fear of Missing Out”. My emotions sometimes “flare up” and want me to “get invested” in a panic FOMO mindset. This is a normal psychological fear in my head and that is where it should be dealt with. I sometimes feel that this winning trade will never appear again. Over time, I have learned that this is not likely. The current trade is just a trade in a long series of trades, and I can never know without hindsight if it’s a winning or losing trade. . I trust my expertise and discipline to keep me focused on time-test rules instead of emotions. Fear and Greed can be two powerful challenging emotions that most investors face. If they are not properly channeled, Fear and Greed could lead to life-changing/long-term consequences. I believe an investor should never be a “rush” to buy stocks. Consequently, I try to do my “homework” at night, so I have a plan for tomorrow. I always advise to develop a plan that works for you and find the courage and discipline to stick to it. Never forget, none of us are as smart as all of us (the market). |
Bottom line: I believe the indexes are extended after a V-bottom rally and due for a pull-back to consolidate recent gains. I am patiently seeking to buy fundamentally strong stocks coming out of sound base patterns, but I feel most have run too-far too-fast, so I wait. I would much rather miss an opportunity than lose money. Put your money with my money and I promise to manage them exactly the same!
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