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16 Jan 2018


Hi Friends,   The two strongest emotions operating in the stock market are greed and fear. Greed is the dominant emotion in a booming market.  It makes individuals grasp and grab when they buy shares.  There is often a mad scramble to get on to the stock market bandwagon during a boom.  Share prices skyrocket to levels which lose all touch with reality.  On the other hand, fear takes over in a falling market.  Share prices nosedive and panic selling starts as investors and speculators scramble to get out before the prices fall further.  It is greed and fear that lead to excesses of over valuation and under valuation of shares in the stock market.  The rational investor takes advantage of these market over-reactions to make profits.  He buys when the shares are underpriced and sells when they are overpriced.  The more irrational the market, the greater the opportunities for the cool, objective, rational investor.  In short, an irrational market is a rational investor’s dream come true.    Conversely, a rational, orderly and logical stock market is a rational investor’s nightmare.  In such a market, opportunities to make profits would dry up.  Price and value would always match.  There would be no gross excess in the overvaluation and undervaluation of share prices.  In short, there would be no scope for making big profits.

Good Luck.                                                                  See You Later. 

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