7 Biggest Mistakes Investors Make HTML version

Here’s why: It’s time-consuming to learn and master. And once you’ve
learned it, it requires a commitment to tracking price and volume across the
major indexes – every single trading day. In addition, you have to be ready
with a calculator to do the math on the percentage changes each day. Then
you have to track these – maybe in an Excel spreadsheet – and keep an
ongoing count of how many days of heavy-volume buying and selling have
Do you really see yourself doing this?
Didn’t think so.
Not only is it very time-consuming to track this data, but there’s a lot of
conditioning that we should all be fully invested, at all times. (Remember
that discussion earlier about the financial media and the fund managers?)
Fortunately, there really are simple ways of getting information about the
market trend, without spending your days and nights hunched over your
computer, with a calculator by your side. (Sounds fun, doesn’t it? Just
cancel your golf game and time with your friends and family. You have to
spend hours every day tracking the stock market! Sounds crazy – but that’s
what some investing services actually expect you to do – after you’ve paid
them for their materials!)
You can check our blog every day for relevant
updates about the market’s trend. You can learn
more here about your best buying and selling
moves in any market condition.
Following the general market’s trend, not fighting
against it, is one of the keys to realizing your true
potential as an investor. Just remember: When you
buy a stock in a market downturn, chances are, it
will also go down. The math is not in your favor.
Seven Biggest Mistakes Investors Make