Feeling a little nervous here? You should be.
Maybe all this nonsense about “tops” and “global appetite for risk” and Japan isn’t such nonsense after all then?
Screw it.You’re smart.
You’ll figure it out on your own. All be it…..far too late.
When do finally decide “it’s time to ring the bell?” ( Cuz no one in the financial industry is gonna call you up and let you know )
Selling at the bottom is for retail suckers.
You’re supposed to sell when you have profits, but I can only imagine the majority of those “paper profits” have already been sizeabley reduced.
You’ll hang on another day…then another…..then likely a couple of days more, until you are so far in the red that the tiny profits you “could have had today” look like gold.
Think about for a second. You’ve heard it a thousand times over…..
Buy low. Sell high.
So why the f/#%K are you considering the complete and total opposite?
That’s just sooooooo retail.
Do you trade the forex market or do you trade currency futures? If forex, do you have a broker you would recommend? Do you avoid “dealing desk” brokers? I’ve looked at forex bid/ask spreads in real time and they look wide, like 3 pips or more which would be $30 on a standard lot, right? Seems like currency futures would be a better deal given that the spread there is usually only 1 pip wide and commissions run around $3 per trade. Your thoughts? Thanks!
paper profits sizably reduced? what has the market corrected 15% and I didn’t notice?
you’re such a laughable alarmist
So what are you currently holding then?
Will you wait until “after” the 15% correction or I suppose you’ll sell at “exactly” the right moment then?
If not to alarm readers of potencial shifts in markets then what? Just sit back with rose colored glasses on and assume everything will just go up forever right?
If that works better for you then by all means…in fact you don’t even “have” to read here at all if its so laughable.
You won’t be missed.