It happens to every investor from time to time. We sell a stock that’s pulled back and met our sell rules, and as soon as we do, it starts going back up again. Sometimes it keeps going up and we kick ourselves for selling too soon. Sometimes, however, the bounce-back is short lived. It goes back up until it nears the previous high and then sells off again, even falling below the previous low. Why does that happen?
Brian D’Amico, our Manager of Educational Services, gives a terrific explanation of investor sentiment and psychology during Friday night’s special presentation. He also gave us 4 Key Principles to know when it might be okay to re-buy a stock we just sold.
I hope you’ll join me today for our free SOTW Q&A. We’ll discuss Brian’s presentation, answer your questions, and look at several graphs of stocks you own or have owned to see when were some opportunities to re-buy that stock. Our webcast starts at 12:30 p.m. EDT.
Click here to register: http://news.vectorvest.com/CA_SOTW_QA_041315_registration.html
Can’t attend the live event? Be sure to register anyway. You will receive a follow-up email with a link to the recorded webcast.
When is it time to put WestJet back into your portfolio? Let’s discuss today on our webcast at 12:30 p.m. EDT. See you then.