Re: When to get back in
- From: "Draggonfodder" <commojohn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 19:37:56 GMT
"BuffetHater" <BuffettHater@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Hey, I am trying to hone my critical thinking and thought that maybe you
could help in that respect. Now you say you don't tell the truth all the
time. I am totally lost now. Who can I go to?? I only buy stocks going
up... unfortunitely, as soon as I buy, they go donw. I was toying with the
idea of starting a service where I tell everyone what I am buying and
They would pay me to stay out of their stocks and for forwarning them of
choices. It's almost 100% accurate.
build on and define that idea. why do you buy? is it gut, is it
being 100% counter intuitive takes guts. Buying when the market is
600 points on a morning the news says the world is over take guts, not
Remember, fear and apathy is what its all about. . . .
I know, i know. . . you don't know and don't care !!!
I have very good instinks, my timing is terrible. I can pick a stock get
in - and it goes down for as long as I am in it. As soon as I sell, it
doubles/triples. It doesn't matter if I hold for 5 minutes or two years.
The day I buy it goes down, the day I sell, it goes up. So, I pick a stock
and wait for they type of news that the stock moves on. Unfortunitely,
lately, bad news is good for stocks, good news is so-so. Can't figure it
out. Gap downs are what kills me. I will be way up when I go to bed and
way down when I wake up. Not fair. But then life isn't fair. I do know
and I do care.
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