So I bought the majority of my shares when the market was around 2800ish and and I am at a considerable loss, which I am sure many of us are. The thing is I really don’t know anything about analysis, be it technical or fundamental and thus I bought the majority of my stocks on pure gut feeling, which I shouldn’t have done in the first place. My question is what would you do to minimize your loss in this position? A few tips would really help me out here.

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5 comments
  1. I bought at 3100+

    Absolute madness.

    I got loss as high as 60%.

    My plan is to hold, i’m not selling below 2800+ no matter the cost.

  2. Keep learning I am on the same boat as you gut feeling le stocks choose garera invest garthe and it obviously fked in up in long run I have learned a lot in last 7 months about TA and I think you should do too instead of overthinking about your losses and the market is showing very good signs it may go bullish to 2500 you should rry to average and sell some % of your portfolio but the most important tip and what I have learned is don’t let your emotion take control

  3. I too bought my share near 2700-2800, but I have an avg. loss of nearly 15% and I am not panicking after seeing the loss as I know I have selected the good companies. If somehow the market visit green city my loss will be recovered. FYI I do not follow any Nepali expert sometime they don’t really make sense. Since I am from a finance background I know how things are calculated.

    Some suggestions for you

    1. start reading and learning about Stock market valuation etc. you can do with the help of foreign youtuber and I don’t recommend reading any books as it becomes too vast and hard to interlink

    2)Do not panic and sell, if you have good companies they will find their valuation no need to panic about that , if you have bad companies hold them there is no point in selling them now.

    3) Do not listen to anyone, try yourself with your knowledge, even in the short term you will lose money but in long term future, you will be earning from your bad experience.

    4) If you have money buy good companies, not the bad companies where you have a maximum loss, giving money to bad companies is the same as throwing money.

    5) Do not listen to anyone, try yourself with your knowledge, even in the short term you will lose money but in the long term future, you will be earning from your bad experience.and hard to interlink.

    6)last : J vaye vayo, aba sochey samjerw invest grne . ( Happy Investing)

  4. Pray to the Nepse Bull…Average your good stocks if you have cash….otherwise keep holding …selling them at this point does not makes sense to me

  5. Add more shares to your portfolio if you can, stoploss time has gone way back now is not the time to sell.

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