“Buy Low Sell High”
After years of investing, I still find it very difficult to buy and own shares when the price is low. It is not as easy as it suggests!
Buying and owning a share is like going through a relationship cycle. In a modern day homo sapiens social relationship, the commitment level between and man and women can differ at different stages in their life. Most (>80%) would prefer to have long-term relationship goals after 35. Before 35, its all about youth, energy and YOLO-ing.
Holding shares for long term have always been my number one priority. I’ve always tried to stick to basic fundamentals of identifying good steady future growth shares and owning that company. The first shares I sold made me about 35% profit, however the same share soared to three times from my purchased value 18 months later.
Portable technology and 4G internet in 2017 have turn really boost the equity investment & trading sector with apps on our mobile and tablet devices. Every breaking news, public company announcement to trading tips can be found right in our palm. This helps a investor or trader makes easy decision in their next move on the financial market all over the world.
Many people ask how I always go on holidays with my family and yet have enough money to invest? Why am I making investment sound so easy? How am I so relax about the ongoing inflation and increasing cost of good and services? It is not easy and it takes a lot of discipline and partnership teamwork within the family. These are my simplified three steps anyone must take before they dip into investments.
Historically a financial crash have destroyed national economy, companies and families. Most countries takes years or decades to recover and some do not. We have seen some of the largest companies in the world go into bankruptcy. Families have been affected and some even take their own lives. Yes, it is really a gloomy fact which non of us wants to go through. When should we prepare for a financial crash as an personal investor whom have a significant portfolio in stocks and shares? Answer: We must always be prepared for the worse!