So, what I have realized is that there is plenty of low-quality investor in Nepal. By low quality, I mean those who take decisions with their anxiety, small profit, and those who swing trade a lot for a small gain. Of course, that helps in a bull market, but always remember the high-value investors are not driven by those things. If you buy gold today, will you sell gold if there’s an increase in Rs2000 or a decrease in rs 2000? Some might say yes, but that’s not how you multiply your portfolio.

Remember that market does not go up continuously or down forever. However, if you take a scale and analyze some of the good stocks, the graph is always on the upward trend ↗️.

So how do you become a high-value investor? You control your emotions. You don’t let your emotion take a decision. You develop patience. You don’t follow the herd. You hold for a long period of time which leads to the exponential growth of your portfolio. You understand and develop wisdom about the stock market and follow your way.

More at: r/NepalStock by killsonicme

2 comments
  1. Totally agree with this.
    It is one of those things that is easier said than done.

    Also, I believe this is not just in the Nepalese Market. I assume that it is prevalent everywhere.

    Personal Experience: Same case in India. (Obviously)

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