10 Simple Rules to Make You Serious Money in the Sharemarket and Keep it!

Written by Joseph Sgro

Don't Fall in Love with You're Stocks(Collect a Free EBOOK - see website)

It appears that I have a dislike for admitting that I could ever get it wrong and this explains why I sometimes can't take a loss. Onrepparttar other side ofrepparttar 108447 equation: if I was wrong and XYZ was not going to make me a fortune - then what could I do?

Okay I spotted one of my stocks inrepparttar 108448 "Shares" magazine - I confess! I was just reading about allrepparttar 108449 up-and-coming stars and there was this little snippet asking a question like: "Could this be a new Microsoft?". Now they may not have said that exactly, but it was enough to make me think XYZ was a good news story as its price will testify - atrepparttar 108450 time(inrepparttar 108451 70's ). I mean it was there - it had to have some merit!

It was a miner and had a technology company in its portfolio and a percentage of another tech company and was doing very little inrepparttar 108452 resources area because there was more hype in tech shares atrepparttar 108453 time. It was a time when many miners were turning into tech companies. Can you visualizerepparttar 108454 miners making their way torepparttar 108455 goldfields?

Well I was right into that - so I bought heaps andrepparttar 108456 crazy part was that I was not going to sell something that had such a great future. Nearly $60 000 went into this company and I've still got it. Not because I am still in love, but because it's nearly worthless. It will be a reminder to me never to do that again!

How much is this RULE really worth to me? That's simple - without counting any other stock in my tech-wrecked portfolio, this RULE is worth $59 494.45 saved.

If I just add one more, an online retailer, which cost me $69 928.20, my total saving would be $129 422.65. So if someone had given merepparttar 108457 above rule to live by, I could have sold out early and kept most of $129 000.

The unloved byrepparttar 108458 market, which included many of my startups have plummeted sincerepparttar 108459 tech boom - some went up like shooting starts, only to be blasted to pieces and fall back to Earth. You won't get directors coming out to say thatrepparttar 108460 market has put an outrageous price on this company or that one, and that really, there is no substance to back uprepparttar 108461 price. However someone will notice thatrepparttar 108462 king is really naked and when they do there is no mercy fromrepparttar 108463 crowd.

I have heard say, "The market is always right", and maybe it's not a bad one to remember. Those that didn't participate inrepparttar 108464 tech boom will have lost considerable money and those that fell in love withrepparttar 108465 naked royalty will have lost their shirts.

Does it hurt? You bet it does! It hurts every day, but it will get better one day - I hope! It was a great experience, even though it was a painful one. Now it is you,repparttar 108466 reader, who stands to benefit from my mistakes; which increasesrepparttar 108467 value of such insights and will make this book probablyrepparttar 108468 most treasured book aboutrepparttar 108469 market's affect on individuals' psychology and an awesome reminder ofrepparttar 108470 pitfalls of sharemarket speculation.


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