To Make Money On A Stock Market Investment, Make Sure You Look At Your Mistakes

by David Jenyns on February 6, 2007

To Make Money On A Stock Market Investment, Make Sure You Look At Your Mistakes
Gradually, I began to understand that I could not apply mechanical standards to the relationship between my Average and individual stock market investment. Judging this relationship was much more like an art. In some ways it was like painting. An artist puts colors on a canvas obeying certain principles, but it would be impossible for him to explain how he does it. In the same way I found that the relationship between my Average and my individual stock market investment is confined within certain principles, but they could not be measured exactly. From then on, I made up my mind to keep watching the Dow Jones Industrial Average, but only in order to determine whether I was in a strong or a weak market. This I did because I realized that a general market cycle influences almost every stock market investment. The main cycles like a bear or a bull market usually creep into the majority of them.

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