Dealing With Market Mistakes: Ten Dates and What Not to Do

Editing is a beautiful thing, only the original part, big or small. Ideally, even technically I have been told, the adjustment changes prices to the same as its actual value or “support levels”. Of course, it’s simpler than that. Prices fall due to the disruption of what is expected of the news, how they are affected by the actual news, and the taking of profits from investors. These two “initiatives” are more powerful than ever because there are more “self-improvement” costs than ever before. And in that is the foundation of the beauty of criticism! Mutual Fund owners who have money often don’t make a profit but often spend it. Opportunities abound!

Here is a list of ten things you can do and / or think about to do to make it work:

1. Your current budget must have been organized according to your goals. Avoid the temptation to reduce your Equity spending because you expect the fall to fall in price. This would be an attempt to sell the market, which is (obviously) impossible. Proper distribution does not depend on market prospects.

2. Look at the past. There have been no repairs that did not guarantee a purchase, so start collecting various top-notch, dividends, NYSE companies as the price goes down. I start buying 20% ​​under 52 weeks of water, and the shelves are full.

3. Don’t hide the “smart cash” you got in the last meeting, and don’t look back and hurt yourself because you can buy more soon. There are no crystal balls, and no backlash on the economic road.

4. Look to the future. No, you never know when the meeting will come or how long it will take. If you are buying good money now (as much as you can) you will be able to enjoy the meeting more than you did last time … when you get another benefit. A smile extends and benefits everywhere, especially when most people are still scratchin ‘head.

5. When (or if) the improvement continues, buy slower than quickly, and set up a new one in less time. We expect a short and deep decline, but plan for the long haul. There’s more to the Shop at The Gap than it actually is.

6. Your understanding and application of the Smart Cash concept has confirmed the wisdom of the Seller’s Trust. You need to be financially sound while the market is still under construction. [It gets less and less scary each time.] As long as your money is flowing steadily, a change in market price is a matter of recognition.

7. Be aware that your Working Capital is still growing, even though prices are declining, and look at what you have to get a chance to get a price on each segment or to increase yields (for permanent security). Review all of the startups with a price, rely heavily on your experience, and don’t force them to contribute.

8. Acquire the opportunity to buy a new one by using consistent rules, collection or modification. This way you will know which of the two you are dealing with even what a false mill on Wall Street spits. Look at the price tag; it is easy, as well as less dangerous, and brings peace of mind. Just think of where you would be today if you obeyed this advice years ago …

9. Also look at how your profile works: with your distribution of assets and goals for transparency; according to market trends and interest rates against the Quarters of the calendar (not at all) and Years; except using the Working Capital Model, because it gives you your assets. Remember, there is no single reference number you can use compared to a good reputation.

10. Finally, ask your broker / advisor why your record did not exceed the amount it boasted five years ago. If so, say thank you and continue with what you have been doing. This one is like a golf course, if you say you are more successful than real, you will eventually lose money.

11. Another point to consider. As long as everything is down, there are no complaints.

The variations (of all colors) vary in size and length, and all of these shapes look great on rear-view mirrors. Shorts and depths are very popular (as men, I’m told); long and slow and difficult to deal with. Most of the investments are “45s” (August and September, ’05), and it is difficult to take advantage of opportunities with Mutual Funds. But amidst all this uncertainty, there is one indisputable fact: there has never been a fix that has not been presented at the next meeting … its most popular part. So don’t smile at the daily drum. Preparation Day, you can meet Peggy Sue tomorrow.