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« เมื่อ: พฤศจิกายน 05, 2021, 09:10:29 PM »
5 Markets Herald The Most Important Tips To Invest In Stocks
 
It's not difficult to invest in stocks. The trick is finding companies that beat the stock markets consistently. Stock tips are needed to guide you in choosing companies that beat the market consistently. The below strategies courtesy of Markets Herald will deliver tried-and-true rules and strategies for investing in the stock market.
 

 
1. Your feelings should be inspected in the front of you
 
"Success in investing doesn't correlate with your IQ ... What you need is the temperament to manage the impulses that get other people into trouble with investing." Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway is an example of this wisdom and an excellent role model for investors looking for longevity, long-term returns that beat the market.
 
Before we begin we'll give you a bonus suggestion. We recommend not investing more than 10% of your portfolio into individual stocks. The remainder should be put into low-cost mutual funds which are diversified. The money you will need within the next five years should not be invested in stocks. Buffett is a reference to those who allow their heads dictate their investment decisions, but not their heart. Trading overactivity that is triggered by emotions can be one of the main ways that investors can ruin their portfolio returns.
 
2. Choose the right companies and avoid ticker symbols
It's not difficult to forget that under the alphabet soup of stock quotes that are scurrying around each CNBC broadcast is a real business. Stock picking should not be an abstract concept. Remember that purchasing shares of stock in a company is a way of becoming a shareholder in that company.
 
"Remember that buying a share of a company's stock is an owner in the business."
 
You'll find an overwhelming amount of data when you search for business partners. You can make it simpler to narrow down the details by wearing a "business buyers" cap. You want to know about the way in which the business operates, the competition, the longer-term outlook and if it can add something new to your portfolio.
 

 
3. Don't panic during periods of anxiety
All investors are sometimes tempted to change their relationship statuses to their stock. However, making decisions quickly in the heat can lead investors to make common investment mistakes such as buying high and selling at a low price. This is where journaling comes in handy. Once you know the qualities that make each stock worthy of a commitment and then note down the reasons for why. For example:
 
What's the reason I'm buying it: Find out what you like about the company and the opportunities you see for the future. What are the expectations you have? What are the most important indicators and what benchmarks do be used to evaluate the business? You must identify potential risks and determine which are game-changers, and which could be signs of a temporary setback.
 
What is the reason I should sell? Sometimes, there are compelling reasons to consider a split. In this section, you will need to create an investing prenup. This will explain the reasons why you want to sell the stock. This isn't about stock price fluctuations and especially not in the short term. However, we're talking about fundamental changes in the business that affect its growth potential and ability in the long run. Examples are: A significant client is lost and the CEO shifts direction or a potential competitor is discovered or your investment thesis fails to materialize within a reasonable amount of period of.
 
4. Start building up your positions gradually.
Time, not timing is the ultimate power of an investor. Investors who are successful buy stocks because they anticipate to receive a reward -- via dividends, share price appreciation or dividends. -- for years, or even for decades. That allows you to take your time when buying. Here are three strategies for buying that reduce your exposure to price volatility
 
Dollar-cost average: It may sound complicated, but it's not. Dollar-cost averaging is the process of investing a specific amount of money over a set period such as once per month or every week. The amount you set will purchase more shares when the price of the stock falls and less when they rise but it's still the average price that you pay. Online brokerages allow investors to create an automated investing plan.
 
Thirds buy in: Similar to dollar-cost averaging "buying in threes" can help to avoid the traumatic experience of a rocky start of the start. Divide the amount that you want to invest by three, and then pick three points to purchase shares. These can be regularly scheduled (e.g. monthly, quarterly or quarterly) or depending on company performance or events. You could, for instance purchase shares prior the release of a product and put the third portion of your investment into play in the event that it is successful. If it isn't, you could move the funds elsewhere.
 
Purchase "the basket" Are you struggling to determine which of the companies in a specific industry will be the long-term winner? All stocks are good! Buy a variety of stocks to relieve the stress of coming across "the the one". You will not lose out on any company that meets your analysis, and you can use the profits of the winning stock as a protection against losing. This method will allow you to determine which company "the one" and will help you increase your position.
 

 
5. Beware of trading that is too active.
Your stocks should be checked at least once a quarter. It's difficult to keep an eye out for the scoreboard. It can be dangerous to respond too fast to unexpected events, and to be focused on the value of the company more than share price.
 
Find out the reasons your stock has dramatic price changes. Is your stock being affected by collateral damage? Have you noticed a change within the fundamental business of the business? Has there been a significant change that will affect your long-term future plans?
 
Very rarely is the noise of the moment (blaring headlines, short-term price fluctuations) relevant to how a carefully selected company does over the long run. It's how investors react to the news that is important. This is the place where your investment journal, which is a calm voice that speaks for you in times of uncertainty, can help you persevere through the inevitable dips and ups associated with stock investments.

 

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