By Gene Walden
A bestselling writer and funding analyst bargains confirmed thoughts for traders. Walden has written an easy, succinct, trouble-free consultant to winning inventory marketplace making an investment ideas. For this publication, he has talked with the various best funding execs on the planet together with mutual fund managers, analysts, economists, and stockbrokers.
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But unfazed investors continued to buy, while Japanese brokers continued to tout the stocks. "This time it's different," they would say. "This is the great Japanese financial empire, an empire that is taking over the world's financial markets, the world's manufacturing markets, and the world's high-technology markets. " And suddenly the machine ground to a halt, the bottom fell out of the Japanese economy, and hundreds of stocks dropped to a fraction of their former highs. A decade later, Japan's Nikkei Stock Exchange is still trading at about half of what its peak levels were in the late 1980s.
I have a friend who refuses to buy Microsoft stock because she owns an Apple computer and has always considered Microsoft the enemy. 30 31 Personal preference should be a part of the stock selection process. It's your money. Invest it in the stocks of companies you like. Â < previous page < previous page page_154 page_155 next page > next page > Page 155 71. It is easier to stay out than get out. Mark Twain, Pudd'nhead Wilson One of the best things about the stock market is the liquidity. You can get out of a stock on a moment's notice.
Sometimes it's because they worked for the company, or 43 44 have friends or relatives who worked for the company. And sometimes it's simply because they've held the stock for many years and have grown attached to it. Often, people hold onto these stocks even though they may be very poor performers. If you have a stock in your portfolio that you can't bring yourself to sell for sentimental reasons, here's a little secret for you: The stock doesn't know you own it. It doesn't care about you, it has no emotional attachment to you, and it doesn't have any opinion one way or another about whether you hold it or sell it.
100 Ways to Beat the Market (One Hundred Ways to Beat the Stock Market) by Gene Walden