Notes from Investagram’s Traders’ Summit 2017

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Missed the Trader’s Summit but serious on becoming a stocks trader or investor? Well here are my notes on the event. Sharing with you my key takeaways on the trading inspirations, some technical know-hows and trading psychology.

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When to Sell Your Stocks? (Part 2)

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When I was starting I used to hold on to my losses even if its 40% deep already. I wanted all my trades to be profitable. Ain’t gonna happen kid. Now my priority is keep my portfolio profitable regardless of what stocks I ride to achieve that. Don’t fall in love with a stock.

TEL Me Where It Hurts – When Buy and Hold Hurts Your Investments

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What happened to TEL shows how Buy and Hold (Forever) can hurt Juan’s investments. Those who bought TEL in 2006, hoping to gain much from it, will be depressed to see that after 10 years, there wasn’t any capital appreciation. Wasted time. Wasted paper gains all those years. I hope not a lot of people did that. Though again, a small compensation is the dividends so in that sense, it is still a lot better off than time deposits (even if invested capital did not appreciate).

Cost Averaging Method. Easy Investment Plan. Simulation of Regular Investing.

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the timing effect in the investment is minimized since purchases are spread out. Supposedly, the time you buy (whether at a high or low) is no longer relevant since your average purchase price will tend to be lower than future values.