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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » If you buy a stock that’s not going up in price, you won’t make any money. STOCK market for beginners

If you buy a stock that’s not going up in price, you won’t make any money. STOCK market for beginners

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Asoka Samarakone


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If you buy a stock that’s not going up in price, you won’t make any money.
STOCK market for beginners 
And how you act in the stock market determines what you get out of it. 
To win, you have to make a move.
Knowing which move to make comes with IN-SIGHT
and knowledge, and by learning the lessons that are
accumulated along the way. Successful people are not gifted; they just work hard, then succeed on purpose. 
The market loves to give you unearned money, in an attempt to, show its potential, and entice you to become undisciplined. It only lets you keep the money once you’ve proven mastery, self discipline and have eliminated most of your trading mistakes.
Always follow your trading plan. Stick to the share size that you have stipulated in your trading plan and patiently track your progress;
you are bound to be successful in the end.
Good luck and safe trading 
Asoka Samarakone 

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dayandacool

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It only lets you keep the money once you’ve proven mastery, self discipline and have eliminated most of your trading mistakes."


Best part of your statement as we see there are lot of blind followers and advise seekers who don't want / don't like to do their own research or learn to do some home work. Smile Smile

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glad


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
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dayandacool wrote:It only lets you keep the money once you’ve proven mastery, self discipline and have eliminated most of your trading mistakes."


Best part of your statement as we see there are lot of blind followers and advise seekers who don't want / don't like to do their own research or learn to do some home work. Smile Smile
In a manipulated market sometimes the 'followers' get luckier than the people who do their home work. And the possibility that the 'followers' get sucked into while the people who do their home work watch from the sidelines.

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Mithooshan


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glad wrote:
dayandacool wrote:It only lets you keep the money once you’ve proven mastery, self discipline and have eliminated most of your trading mistakes."


Best part of your statement as we see there are lot of blind followers and advise seekers who don't want / don't like to do their own research or learn to do some home work. Smile Smile
In a manipulated market sometimes the 'followers' get luckier than the people who do their home work. And the possibility that the 'followers' get sucked into while the people who do their home work watch from the sidelines.

Once you master the ability to understand the market yourself. You become luck itself. Isn’t it better than waiting for luck blindly ?

dayandacool

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Staying in the sidelines is much better than getting lucky on a few occasions just to end up losing all you gained by being unlucky only once. Very Happy Very Happy

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