“The equity markets are in a free fall. Stock valuations are dropping limitlessly. I can wait no more. Let me exit before it falls any further.”
Do these thoughts resonate with you? Is your faith in your investments shaking? Do you really feel that it’s now or never?
If your answer is ‘Yes!’, hold on! Else, you might cross the line - from being an investor to becoming a quasi-investor.
So, what is it that really changes when the market falls? Stock valuation, of course. But more than that, changes you psychologically.
But is that what you should do? Suddenly step out of the sturdy shoes of an investor and get into the more flighty footwear of a trader? Or should you wait for the storm to wither and tides to return back to normal so that your ship can once again sail firm and steady.
Three simple things can make a great difference: -
Follow the above-mentioned steps and create a win-win situation, irrespective of the markets.
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