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1Does the Stock Market keep nagging you.  Empty Does the Stock Market keep nagging you. on Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:48 pm

Asoka Samarakone


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During the last couple of days I got rid of the shares which kept on going down . Now I have a clean portfolio and stay focused on my long-term goals.
It’s no secret that today’s markets are uncertain.
In times like these, investors are susceptible to getting swept up by their emotions.
Watching the stock market can be a roller coaster of emotions.
What happens on the day that it goes up, You feel happy.
On the day it goes down, you feel extra miserable.
If we’re going to look at it going up and down, we’re just going to be more miserable.
Ignore the daily movements of the market, and stay focused on your long-term goals.
The less often you change your investments, the better off you’ll be.

Good luck and safe trading!

Eugine Fernando


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
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@Asoka Samarakone wrote:During the last couple of days I got rid of the shares which kept on going down . Now I have a clean portfolio and stay focused on my long-term goals.
It’s no secret that today’s markets are uncertain.
In times like these, investors are susceptible to getting swept up by their emotions.
Watching the stock market can be a roller coaster of emotions.
What happens on the day that it goes up, You feel happy.
On the day it goes down, you feel extra miserable.
If we’re going to look at it going up and down, we’re just going to be more miserable.
Ignore the daily movements of the market, and stay focused on your long-term goals.
The less often you change your investments, the better off you’ll be.

Good luck and safe trading!

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