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Signs Your Psychology Is Not Stable in Stocks

Navigasi - When do we start earning on stocks? Our answer is when we are psychologically stable. Unfortunately to achieve this is not an easy matter.

Signs Your Psychology Is Not Stable in Stocks
Signs Your Psychology Is Not Stable in Stocks


No need for seminars, what is needed is flight hours. Therefore, we will explain your psychological signs that are not stable. Especially in the face of up and down charts. What we write is based on experience. So we don't have a solid theoretical foundation.

Why is Psychology in Stocks Important?


I always make an analogy that investing in stocks is like riding a motorcycle. Speeds above 100 KM per hour, that means you are riding a motorcycle labeled fried stock.

If you ride a motorcycle with a speed above 80 KM per hour, it means you are riding a motorcycle labeled as second-tier stock. Meanwhile, my blue chip is like a standard speed, between 60-70 KM per hour.

To ride a motorbike at the speed I described above, you need calm. This is the most difficult point of riding a motorcycle.

Moreover, if you do not dare to ride a motorcycle, or do not dare to risk a loss, then do not enter the capital market, because it will definitely be very depressed. Therefore psychology is very important.

Safe Point


Maybe you think, if you are very experienced then you can ride a motorbike above 100 KM per hour. Right. But you have to hold on tight in your brain, that riding a motorbike at that speed, once an accident can go to the grave.

Therefore, in our view, it does not mean that everyone with more experience can reach the above point. Wrong. But you will find a point of stability, whether type A is standard speed, or B is in second layer, or C is fried.

This is what we will explain. We ourselves are more stable on second-tier stocks. As for fried food, it doesn't really fit our psychology. Also blue chips which we didn't like. Which one is you?

Psychological Signs Stocks Are Not Stable


Before we convey the psychological signs that are not yet stable, then we convey that it is as if what you are holding is a good stock that has been well analyzed. However, because the psychology is not good, it is not maintained.

The first psychological sign that you are not stable either investing or trading is, when you see the chart going down, your heart is about to fall off, even though it has only fallen between 1-2%. In my opinion, this type is better not to enter the capital market. Can be stressful.

If you can, you can still hold it at 5-15%. We think this is very good. Your psychology is okay.

Because it will have an impact on rushing to sell the shares held. Even though it is a very natural process with supply and demand in the market. We can still hold on to a drop of up to 30%, if our judgment is right.

Second, you are very tempted by stocks that fly fast. Even though your stock is going up, maybe for a month 5%, you let it go. Then be interested in stocks that fly one day 5% or more.

In this position you are still unstable. Because you will enter the stock which may be after you enter, a distribution process occurs. Until you are psychologically not stable on a motorbike at speeds above 100 KM, then you fall, get into an accident and get worse. Initially only 5%, minus 10%, or even 20%.

This decline could not be saved, wanted to release a large value, suddenly became an investor in fried stocks. These are signs that we are not psychologically stable.

The third sign is, confused when the JCI correction is very deep. Maybe it's a big disaster for you. But for capital market players who are already very full of experience, they are actually happy.

Because usually the shares purchased are good stocks at low prices. This means that when the JCI goes down, it will get the price at the beginning of the purchase, or even cheaper. Or if you haven't bought it yet, then at that time you will get a lot of good stocks at low prices.

This decline could not be saved, wanted to release a large value, suddenly became an investor in fried stocks. These are signs that we are not psychologically stable.

The third sign is, confused when the JCI correction is very deep. Maybe it's a big disaster for you. But for capital market players who are already very full of experience, they are actually happy.

Because usually the shares purchased are good stocks at low prices. This means that when the JCI goes down, it will get the price at the beginning of the purchase, or even cheaper. Or if you haven't bought it yet, then at that time you will get a lot of good stocks at low prices.

This is also a sign that our psychology has not stabilized in the stock. Cash is very important. Minimum 10% of your total portfolio, ideally 20%. Because there is no 100% certainty in stocks.

Warren Buffet, always has a lot of cash, you can google how he holds so much cash during the pandemic. So when the market goes down, he is the one who is most ready to receive it.
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