LESSONS LEARNED
(04-28-2012, 09:06 PM)Onerockstar Wrote: I LEARNED A LOT IN MY OVER 2 AND A HALF DECADES IN THE STOCK MARKET.

FIRST OF ALL, NOTHING IS PERMANENT. winking

I like you first point " NOTHING IS PERMANENT " Because everything is change in every second
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There are so many things that i have learned while staying in the market. The biggest thing i have learned is that you can never trust the market. Don't ever be under the perception that you have understood how the market works. It will be easy if you treat it as alien.
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I have learnt how news can impact the market. No matter whether they are true or not, market will always react. Those moments are for me most unwilling, because them I need to additionally work of stock analysis. This was for me sort of situation “nothing is permanent”
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Knowledge is potential power. Importante na inaapply mo yun.
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The biggest lesson i learned from staying in the market is that nothing is permanent. Time will change for better or for worse. You need to be ready for it and plac accordingly. You also have to learn that you can't and won't win everything in it. Just be prepared for any rainy day.
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Well, definitely nothing is permanent on financial markets. Prices and companies are changing very swiftly so you need to stay alerted and never relaxed. In order to sustain your profits you must always to move forward
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I've learnt a lot during my time in the stock market. First of all, I've learnt that patience and discipline are the most powerful tools for any successful trader. No situation is permanent so if the market goes your way today, make use of the opportunity. Learn from your losses and grow
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Certainly I would agree that patience is one of the most required assets that each trader needs to possess. If you dont have patience, then market will teach you how to stay disciplined and wait for that specific moment to make your trades
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First there was a word and the word was a demo.
I have lost a lot of money. I was a beginner and thought I could make a million a day. But no, I lost a lot of money. So now I'm starting to work with any broker on a demo account. And then I do 2 small input and output funds.
I know that often people make only one test deposit and withdrawal of funds, but it is better to do 2. So you will definitely be calm about your deposit.
By the way, be sure to check where you can withdraw money. Some brokers only allow funds to be withdrawn to the same card / wallet from where the account was replenished. And there may be problems with the withdrawal. You need to be careful with this.
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The stock market has gone through each of the three possible stages in recent months: market in confirmed uptrend, uptrend under pressure and market in correction. To stay protected throughout these changes, follow the No. 1 rule of investing: Always cut your losses short. While you can't control what the stock market does, this basic rule lets you control how you react. Your goal is to find stocks that are displaying those same traits right now. Traits like explosive earnings and sales growth, a strong return on equity, a fast-growing and industry-leading product or service and strong demand among mutual fund managers.
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