Timing Is Key In Stock Investing
For successful stock investing, investors avoid over paying for better return on investment. To do so, timing is key.
To be greedy when others are fearful may help enhance return when stocks are oversold.
On the other hand, it pays not to be greedy when investor sentiment is excessive.
Buying stocks when general investor sentiment is low (fear) may increase the odds of better entry both in terms of price and time.
Similarly, taking profit (or simply not investing) when general investor sentiment is excessive (greed) may decrease the odds of losing , with the advantage to invest at lower prices in the future.
Investor Sentiment Report Version 1.0
We are launching the report for the Singapore Stock market. The Straits Times Index (STI) will be our choice for discussion.
Combining Investor Sentiment Report with Price Action Techniques
We will publish our results regularly in the form of a signal service.
This is our passion.
We are treating this as a traders’ journal of sort for ourselves. You should reach out to professional advisers for your investment decisions.
We may at a later date launch a similar sentiment report for the Hong Kong and U.S. stock markets.
Disclaimer And Our Rules For Successful Stock Investing
- Stock investing is a risky endeavour. Investors often lose money.
- => Rule Number 1. Don’t lose money, preserve capital for another time.
- Do not be greedy.
- => Rule Number 2. Let the market run but always take profit.
- There is no perfect crystal ball. Ever.
- => Rule Number 3. Investing is a game of odds. Always have a stop loss.
The trend is your friend, until the end when it bends.”Famous Investing Quote.