I often wonder, in the process of investing, is everyone's mood happy or painful? For the general public, the ups and downs of mood are related to the ups and downs of assets to a high degree. When the stock price rises, they feel happy, and when the stock price falls, they feel anxious. Past experience tells me that if I am doing something The mood is always showing an unpleasant mood, usually the quality of the results is not very good, or even give up halfway, and then can not persist. For the majority of investment friends, in the face of uncertain investment results, how can we maintain a happy mood to invest?
In fact, it is very simple, let yourself see more popular database opportunities for assets to rise. Reduce your chances of losing money - are you running a sprint or a long run? To reduce the chance of seeing losses, there is a simple way to change the length of time you hold your assets. The length of time to hold an asset represents participation in different competitions. To have a happy mood and gain in the competition, choosing a short-term competition will be a thankless decision, but on the contrary, a long-term competition will bring you a happy mood and expectation. What kind of competition are you participating in? If you don't know, be sure to find out, because the two events not only set goals differently, but also have very different feelings.
Through indexed investment, what you are participating in will be a long-distance running, a long-term marathon event, and any ups and downs in the process are regarded as a necessary process . Trading investment strategies, playing a sprint, it can be a one-meter race or a hundred-meter race. They will do all-out sprints in a short period of time, and constantly find the best path in the route. Do your best to avoid any obstructions on the runway . In other words, investors who use trading focus on short-term and medium-term performance, so they try to switch between different holdings through continuous trading. In contrast, time is not a friend to them. , but pressure, even the enemy. But for most retail investors, I found that it turned out to be a sprint competition with everyone. It's just that when I want to understand why they don't choose to run long distance events, they tell me: If you can win the prize