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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » Be satisfied with slow, steady gains.

Be satisfied with slow, steady gains.

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Asoka Samarakone
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1Be satisfied with slow, steady gains. Empty Be satisfied with slow, steady gains. Sat Aug 16, 2014 8:29 pm

Asoka Samarakone


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Stock market for beginners
When it comes to trading, time is really of the essence, as the prices of stocks can rise or fall in the space of a few minutes. Going out to invest in stock market you’ve to keep in mind that you’ll find risks to think about around each and every corner from the market. Take your time, discover the method and proceed cautiously, that way it is best to maintain yourself safe. Start small. Don’t attempt to invest large amounts of money until you get a feel of the market. Most people main focus is on finding a stock that will produce fast and lucrative results in a minimal amount of time. Making sure you know how to trade in the stock market before you actually part with any of your hard earned cash should be a core lesson that any new stock market trader undertakes prior to being let loose to trade freely. When you first start, learn how to walk before you can run. That way you will have done your up-most to ensuring you have a long and successful career as a stock market trader. When trading keep all Your Options Open, as the stock market is full of surprises. But stock market formula plans will help you keep the surprises at a minimum. Deciding if you can allow your investments to make money over a long period of time or whether you are more interested in making a quick turnover is one of the most important ways to learn what plan works best for you.
The setbacks will certainly come, and when they do, you’ll know exactly how to quickly recover because you’ve been doing it all along. Then, take the next step, and keep yourself moving steadily toward the goal. Even just a little progress, is progress. Even the smallest step forward is very much worth taking, because it maintains a positive momentum. It’s difficult, complicated, inconvenient, and demanding.
Be patient: Too many self-directed investors are looking for the quick score that’s going to double their account overnight. That isn’t likely to happen, so don’t go in with the wrong expectations. Be satisfied with slow, steady gains.

stevenapple


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics

Asoka Samarakone wrote:
Stock market for beginners
When it comes to trading, time is really of the essence, as the prices of stocks can rise or fall in the space of a few minutes. Going out to invest in stock market you’ve to keep in mind that you’ll find risks to think about around each and every corner from the market. Take your time, discover the method and proceed cautiously, that way it is best to maintain yourself safe. Start small. Don’t attempt to invest large amounts of money until you get a feel of the market. Most people main focus is on finding a stock that will produce fast and lucrative results in a minimal amount of time. Making sure you know how to trade in the stock market before you actually part with any of your hard earned cash should be a core lesson that any new stock market trader undertakes prior to being let loose to trade freely. When you first start, learn how to walk before you can run. That way you will have done your up-most to ensuring you have a long and successful career as a stock market trader. When trading keep all Your Options Open, as the stock market is full of surprises. But stock market formula plans will help you keep the surprises at a minimum. Deciding if you can allow your investments to make money over a long period of time or whether you are more interested in making a quick turnover is one of the most important ways to learn what plan works best for you.
The setbacks will certainly come, and when they do, you’ll know exactly how to quickly recover because you’ve been doing it all along. Then, take the next step, and keep yourself moving steadily toward the goal. Even just a little progress, is progress. Even the smallest step forward is very much worth taking, because it maintains a positive momentum. It’s difficult, complicated, inconvenient, and demanding.
Be patient: Too many self-directed investors are looking for the quick score that’s going to double their account overnight. That isn’t likely to happen, so don’t go in with the wrong expectations. Be satisfied with slow, steady gains.

Good one Asoka.
But very difficult to read. It's better if you can keep spaces in between.
Thanks.

3Be satisfied with slow, steady gains. Empty Re: Be satisfied with slow, steady gains. Sat Aug 16, 2014 10:24 pm

newguy


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Thank you Smile

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"Take your time, discover the method and proceed cautiously, that way it is best to maintain yourself safe.

Be patient: Too many self-directed investors are looking for the quick score that’s going to double their account overnight. That isn’t likely to happen, so don’t go in with the wrong expectations. Be satisfied with slow, steady gains.”

What a golden statement.

5Be satisfied with slow, steady gains. Empty Re: Be satisfied with slow, steady gains. Sun Aug 17, 2014 11:01 am

soileconomy

soileconomy
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics

This should be read by not only new intrants.this is more applicable to people who wants to have quick buck and burn their fingers .different type and good article but these days these types of articles are not being read but promotional types are leading.

Gintonic


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

Asoka Samarakone wrote:
Stock market for beginners
When it comes to trading, time is really of the essence, as the prices of stocks can rise or fall in the space of a few minutes. Going out to invest in stock market you’ve to keep in mind that you’ll find risks to think about around each and every corner from the market. Take your time, discover the method and proceed cautiously, that way it is best to maintain yourself safe. Start small. Don’t attempt to invest large amounts of money until you get a feel of the market. Most people main focus is on finding a stock that will produce fast and lucrative results in a minimal amount of time. Making sure you know how to trade in the stock market before you actually part with any of your hard earned cash should be a core lesson that any new stock market trader undertakes prior to being let loose to trade freely. When you first start, learn how to walk before you can run. That way you will have done your up-most to ensuring you have a long and successful career as a stock market trader. When trading keep all Your Options Open, as the stock market is full of surprises. But stock market formula plans will help you keep the surprises at a minimum. Deciding if you can allow your investments to make money over a long period of time or whether you are more interested in making a quick turnover is one of the most important ways to learn what plan works best for you.
The setbacks will certainly come, and when they do, you’ll know exactly how to quickly recover because you’ve been doing it all along. Then, take the next step, and keep yourself moving steadily toward the goal. Even just a little progress, is progress. Even the smallest step forward is very much worth taking, because it maintains a positive momentum. It’s difficult, complicated, inconvenient, and demanding.
Be patient: Too many self-directed investors are looking for the quick score that’s going to double their account overnight. That isn’t likely to happen, so don’t go in with the wrong expectations. Be satisfied with slow, steady gains.
This article is a "must read" for all newbees like me.

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