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Trading Don't be panic but learn introspection!

Discussion in 'Shares' started by wdongli, 17th Mar, 2011.

  1. wdongli

    wdongli Well-Known Member

    31st Mar, 2010
    There are a lot of uncertainties in the market now but a few things at moment are sure:

    1. Markets will calm down once they know the extent of Japan's disaster
    2. Markets will be volatile and vulnerable in the wake of Japan's disaster until herd is sure the situation is ''contained and quantified."
    3. Herd would come back usually too late and pay too high they should.

    What could be hide in the invisible or uncertainty? First you have to fully understand what the invisible means. Second you have to know they are signals generated by the fundamental forces and they are the basic forces to drive the economies and markets around the world. Third you have to check the costs, immediate felt pleasure, and consequence if you decide to do anything in the market now.

    The bottom line to a market player is if you don't know the signals, the random noise and the impact of the negative matters generated by the quake, flood, and the geological political crisis, it means you don't know what you should and it could mean you don't have the mind to see into the invisible. Get to know them before you make decision.

    We don't have to make the decision everyday but we do need to make the decision right based on our intelligent analysis and trustful intuition from the life logic and knowledge relevant to the market.

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