Friday, October 17, 2014

Halloween Came Early In Stock Markets, What To Do Next?

Horror! Horror! Horror!
 
That is supposed to be the theme of the Halloween (which falls on 31st october 2014), but for the past one week or so, the similar theme are common scene in the global stock markets (from Dow Jones to STI). The common color theme is also bloody crimson.
 
Is is due to the famous October Effect?
 
Is it due to the Ebola outbreak?
 
Is it due to the ISIS?
 
I guess no one can pin-point to any particular reasons/causes but one thing is for sure : when it (sell-offs) comes, it comes and it is a matter of time the market will recover...
 
So, STAY CALM AND KEEP INVESTED is what we all need to do ;-)
 
 
Cheers!
 
 

12 comments:

  1. I think it's good to re-wire your brains that when you see red in the stock market, you get more and more excited, and when you see that the market keeps moving upwards, you get less and less excited and more and more cautious :)

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    1. LP : Good point, kind of like paradigm switch right? ;-)

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  2. Horror?

    Now, this movie is rated safe for kids viewing.

    Wait for PG or then RA. That will be terribly horror and extremely violent!

    Not too soon.

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    1. CW8888 : You out-dated liao, now no longer has RA, it's called R21 lor! Hahaha

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  3. Agree with bro8888. This is just kittens coming out to play lol! The bear cubs are not here yet and the mother bear is certainly not around lol!

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    1. Hahaha... I believed you two have "fight" in many big "tsunami" before and hence this is really chicken feet scenario for you folks... Anyway, War Chest time for many... ;-)

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  4. Not staying calm. Be excited instead! Opportunity is here again ...

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    1. Lizardo : Hahahaha.. Can see that your war chest can't wait to Chiong already!

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  5. Hi Richard,
    After Halloween is Christmas and New Year. Will the stock market see these festives then? Let's wait to be seen.
    Rolf

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    1. Hi Rolf, I guess only time will tell hahaha

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  6. Hi Richard,

    Will still enjoy the festives with or without money this year.

    Life still goes on with Halloween or Christmas, up and down.. Repeats in cycle... Only is when?

    Rolf

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    1. Hi Rolf,

      Very true!

      Life is about NOW and THIS MOMENT. We all should enjoy life, wherever we are now... No one can guarantee whether tomorrow will come or not ;-)

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