Tag: fear

Fear Makes A Market

The end of quarter window dressing that tends to occur at this time of year along with the front-running of the 1st of the month seasonality may trump everything else this coming week. One thing is for sure, uncertainty is fuel for both bulls and bears here so it’s game on. My gut says that

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Fear

Fear has a way of making us focus on unfavorable headlines and price action. Fear impacts our ability to evaluate alternatives as it clouds objectivity. Fear is why profits are taken too quickly. Fear is a four letter word that comes in many flavors. Fear of losing: Nobody wants to lose—doesn’t matter if it’s a

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I’m A Winner!

There is no feeling quite like that of success in trading. To take the time to perform analysis on a name, establish a trading plan and then profit from your hard work is an awesome feeling. Putting a string of winning trades together like that is priceless. However, the chance of overconfidence or believing that

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Fear

Fear has a way of making us focus on unfavorable headlines and price action. Fear impacts our ability to evaluate alternatives as it clouds objectivity. Fear is why profits are taken too quickly. Fear is a four letter word that comes in many flavors. Fear of losing: Nobody wants to lose—doesn’t matter if it’s a

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Sage Advice

Perhaps the best advice for times like we are currently in come from the “Oracle of Omaha.” “You know, I always say you should get greedy when others are fearful and fearful when others are greedy. But that’s too much to expect. Of course, you shouldn’t get greedy when others get greedy and fearful when

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