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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » The Market is never going to grow tired of throwing surprises.

The Market is never going to grow tired of throwing surprises.

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Asoka Samarakone


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The Market is never going to grow tired of throwing surprises. 
Stock market for beginners
Have you ever heard of the saying “Water and Oil – Do Not Mix”? Emotions and Investments are almost the same. Yes, investment is something we must make with our brains and not our hearts. 
Best approach is to stay cautious when people are acting out of impulse. In other words exercise caution before jumping into the bandwagon. You shouldn't be doing something just because everyone around us is doing.
Markets move in a cycle, after every high there is a low and after every low there is growth and a subsequent high.The trick is to avoid greed and make wise decisions that can bring profit. All I am saying is, it is better safe than sorry. After all, its our hard earned money. 
Enjoy the week by enjoying each moment that comes your way.
Good luck and safe trading 
Asoka Samarakone 

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