Saturday, June 30, 2012

The People and the Stock Market

Another valuable lesson in life which I previously learned from experience are: relationships with people are very much like the stock market; weak hands are shaken off during big value drops or corrections. Though the glaring difference is that when it happens, the stock market does not care but people do.  But as we go on understanding this concept, like the market the person will start to care less and move on.

Another thing is that, lessening the risk is of utmost importance in most of our decisions never much swayed by feelings and emotions.

And lastly, just like in the market, people must not fret too much in the errors of the past. This might cause us missing the chances on the present and the opportunities that lie ahead. Take the lesson from that experience, apply it to the strategy, and then move forward as a more mature and learned person.

(This is a repost from my old Facebook notes)

7 comments:

  1. nice lesson from financial point of view.

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    'dre. di kita nakalimutan. nagmamadali kasi ako i-post yun kahapon kaya ngayon ko lang tinapos.

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    1. Wow, salamat Lawrence! :) Sige, check out ko yan.

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    2. abangan ko post mo tungkol dito Rogie. sana naman maisingit mo sa hectic sked mo. :)

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    3. sure bro. salamat uli. nakita ko na yung post mo. may draft na ko and idea for this post. :)

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  2. hmn... people and stock market - what a comparison :)

    found your blog from lawrence and your blog title caught my attention :)

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    1. Thanks for dropping by Balut. I had just visited your lucky blog as well. Sana suertehin din ako. nice blog :)

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  3. Hi, You explained the topic very well. The contents has provided meaningful information thanks for sharing info

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