How to invest in the stock market By Peter Wambu
Now, if you knew that you had the power to control loosing,
would you ever fear investing in the stock market? It may
come as a shock to you that indeed you do have that power!
When the market starts to go against you, the power to quit
or damp a stock is in your hands.
Similarly, the decision to buy is also in your hands. When the
time to buy is not right, you simply don’t do it. The idea
that you have to be in some stock or other all the time must be
resisted. Being busy is not the name of the game; being right
is what matters most.
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