INTRODUCTION TO THE CONTRARIAN INVESTING PHILOSOPHY
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Introduction to growing and investing as entrepreneurs
What makes Contrarian Investing so powerful?
When you know what companies you want to invest in before hand, having the confidence of that research, where you buying price range is, knowing the price but also knowing the value of a certain stock mean you will be ready with the knowledge and confidence to buy when everyone else is selling.
Going against the prevailing wisdom takes knowing, discipline and learning how to process and control your emotions to make the hard choices because when you are investing heavy while a stock plunges, “common sense” would suggest you are trying to catch a falling knife. And there is some merit to those objections, though it doesn’t take into account your intimate knowledge of a certain stock and it’s future potential growth, its value, and your price range for nibbling and your price for backing up the truck.
But it’s easier said than done.
Being greedy when everyone else is selling and whole sectors and markets are losing half of their value in a matter of days means you have to have the knowledge (that’s the easy part) but also the mental fortitude to suppress your own fear, because when the market is crashing, it makes sense also be fearful.
And the discipline to be aware of all this and then take action, buy stock, buy real estate, take the risk. And then, if you’re like me, hold onto forever and justify it to friends and family who give you a hard time about your net-worth being directly connected to Tesla :DDDD
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In this video we are going to to discuss stop losses, why they are a bad idea and why they actually increase risk, despite what pretty much everyone says, they are a bad idea.
Small down movement lock in losses when the shares might rebound quickly.
When you new and excited to invest, you’re probably a little overwhelmed with everything like setting up a brokerage account, what all the symbols mean, how to put a buy/sell order in, how to find a good investment, which company at what price, what the hell are greeks, how do
Money is a form of energy, more accurately a store of energy, but energy none the less, so if you think of it as a flow of energy like water or electricity, it’s going to take the path of least resistance.
Money is a store of energy and it is attracted to certain people, if you gave everyone $1 million dollars, it would end up in the same hands in 10 years.
Here is my case for why you might want to think about not diversifying your portfolio.
What if you could see a stock market crash coming before it happens? If you pay attention to these danger signals you can do just that.
Tesla dropped 20% today, dropping off the last couple of trading days, and looks like it will go down more tomorrow, with them being down 4% in after hours trading.
Should you buy, sell, or hold?
Buy when there is blood in the streets… even when it’s your own blood.
The original quote is believed to be, “Buy when there’s blood in the streets, even if the blood is your own,” Baron Rothschild, made a fortune when it was said Napoleon won the battle of Waterloo.
With markets at all time highs FOMO is a risk. The market is a measure of emotion. Buy high, sell low. Money is made when there is blood in the streets. Don’t be called by the siren song of FOMO