Past tense, Present tense, Future tense of stock market

Past tense = dividends, P/E
Present tense = current share price, NAV, news
Future tense = prospect / business analysis, projected earning, speculation

Some people like to make decision looking at the rearview mirror, some people like to make decision based on trend and gut feel, some people like to analyse and try to foresee things.

Which describes you?

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My stocks portfolio adventure in 2016:

- Earned an ok dividend of 4.3% by year end
- My worst paper loss this year was -29% in January
- Rode through the boring market period and terrible paper loss by not capitulating and just taking dividends as panadol
- Did some diversification of portfolio as it was over-concentrated in certain equities
- Paper loss (current) is about double the amount of absolute $ of my dividends gained


Looking to do some rebalancing of my portfolio to welcome 2017.

Comments

  1. Rainbow girl,

    You got "ink" in your belly ;)

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    1. 4.3% is beating CPF SA and still maintain liquidity. Nice panadol.

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    2. Hi SMOL,

      My 'ink' comes from reading other's 'ink'. 所以有感而发,哈哈!

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    3. Hi Uncle8888,

      I don't know whether next year my panadols will still be as good strength or not leh... >.<

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