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  1. Market going up and down isn’t anything new. The issue right now is new traders/investors panicking as soon as the market goes down. This creates a negative sentiment. And, sentiment dictates the market in the short term.

    There are too many experts around today. You can’t trust people in these issues.

    The stock market is still volatile. After a continuous rally, the relapse was expected. If you’re holding for long-term, you shouldn’t be too fussed about the present situation. The market won’t forever remain docile.

    This is especially a problematic phase for traders. Especially those who bought when NEPSE was soaring with 3000 points.

    Buying right now might not be the best strategy. Then again, another rally is likely to come. So, use your technical analysis skills and your judgment to decide.

    Few people can tell you with pinpoint accuracy what you need to do.

  2. I don’t think market is stable, Ma taw new buy na garnu nai bhanxu. But if you want to take some risk to recover some loss, Aile holding vako shares aja ya bholi +ve ma bechera sunday pachhi ko down ma buy garda hunxa. People sentiment negative xa bholi ya sunday selling pressure auxa auxa jasto lagexa.

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