Spark Global Limited reports：
Some retail investors are very interesting. In real life, although they always choose their preferred type of life partner according to their own preferences, in the stock market, they always follow the trend and buy and sell stocks according to the opinions of others.
Why is that?
In the real world, they are always alert and persistent. But in the stock market, they seem hypnotized, even indulging in the constant search for “must win” stocks on various social media.
If you have underperformed and underearned in the stock market, take a step back and ask yourself, “If the person recommending the stock is so confident, shouldn’t he buy a lot of stocks?” So when a lot of people start buying stocks, what do people who recommend stocks do? Buy more shares? Hold on or sell when you can?”
Logical retail investors will know the right answer.
Of course, you could say it depends on their profit target.
Yes, I agree with you.
However, an important question is that most of the time when you get a hot tip, do you know how close you are to the initial point of price rise, or to the point of price reversal? If major shareholders or major investors knew first hand, do you think you would be second hand or… ?
Of course, as long as we know what criteria and investment objectives we are using to select a particular type of stock, we can choose any stock we like.
Just like in the world of feelings, no one is better than who, only who is more suitable for their own.
In the stock market, no matter how bad you think a stock is, someone will treat it as an asset. Conversely, no matter how good a stock is in the eyes of equity analysts, there will always be people who ignore it. None are so deaf as those who won’t hear.
It is turnip cabbage actually, everyone has his interest, everyone has the stock that suits him to trade style.
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