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Why Stock Market Timing Could Be A Waste Of Time

Why Stock Market Timing Could Be A Waste Of Time

“Stock market timing is the strategy of making Buy/Sell decisions by attempting to predict future market price movements. The prediction may be based on an outlook of market or economic conditions resulting from technical or fundamental analysis. This is an investment strategy based on the outlook for an aggregate market, rather than for a particular financial asset. In other words, it’s all about buying stocks assuming that the market is going to climb higher. And switching to cash and cash equivalents assuming that the market is going lower.”

Everybody want to buy low (lowest low) and sell high (highest high). And everybody want to exit at the peak of the current bull market and reenter at the beginning of the next bull market. Nobody like to lose. The reality? It’s impossible! I tried, too. But failed once, twice, and several times.

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17 Stock Market Lessons From 17 Stocks Over 17 Years

17 Stock Market Lessons From 17 Stocks Over 17 Years

Today I’m sharing 17 stock market lessons that I have learned from 17 stocks over 17 years (oh yeah, this is my first ever YouTube video). I have explained each lesson mentioning the name of the stock that I purchased at that point of time. And yeah, it includes all kinds of stocks: blue chips, large caps, mid caps, small caps, micro-caps, and penny stocks.

  • Today, I’m gonna talk about 17 lessons that I have learned from my stock market experience.
  • 17 lessons are from 17 stocks over a period of 17 years.
  • So I will be explaining mentioning the stocks.
  • In that period, I made profit and loss in almost all kinds of stocks.
  • Blue chips, large caps, mid caps, small caps, microcaps, penny stocks. Everything.
  • I haven’t included every single stock that I have purchased.
  • Instead, included only a handful of stocks that taught me a thing or two.

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Nifty 50 CAGR Comparison

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