62 Tips about Markets

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For better or worse, the Anglo-Saxon business model puts the interests of shareholders first. We are less comfortable in markets where loyalties are...
Too many people are apt to redeem their profits too quickly. In a huge bull market they wind up with piddling profits, only to watch their former...
Being too bullish about your trading aptitude can be fatal to your long-term success. You can always learn more about trading the markets, even if you...
The IPO market is never in equilibrium. It's either too hot or too cold. Buy in the cold periods.
The cult of the stock market was, in the end, the greatest fantasy in an age filled with illusion. (The Great Bull Market: Wall Street in the 1920s)
The new issue market is ruled by controlling stockholders and corporations who can usually select the timing of offerings. Understandably these...
The market is rarely your friend in a trade that goes against you. Cut your losses quickly and accept them as an inherent part of trading. You will...
An investor in a panicky market faces the same predicament as a moviegoer in a crowded theater after somebody shouts 'Fire!' Staying put is the...
Don't try to time the market. Get in and stay in. We don't know what direction the next 10% move will be, but we do know what direction the next 100%...
Don't set yourself false targets and expectations. Trading is not an EXACT science and if you do you will only become frustrated by your failure to...
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