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This video should have at least a million views.Lastly, you also forgot the greater fool theory which a lot of investor including the likes of me tend to forget regularly & get into these very rich valuation tech stocks & then later regret.
I agree with the first point but the intelligent investor always says to buy the dips the only companies I buy the dips on are companies I plan on holding forever I keep my speculative plays to 1% of my portfolio.
Probably the best channel for investing !
Why you need to constantly use foul language is beyond me. While most of your videos are good. I can’t use them to teach my children About stocks and finances because you don’t seem to be able to keep your mouth from constantly cursing. Frankly it’s a shame.
Spitting straight truth Joe! Love the channel. Keep up the great work brother
Knowledge bombs as always, great content, thank you for sharing!!! Tom @thewealthywalker
Love your videos. Straight to the point!
The paradox of choice is something I deal with.
Worst Move ever! I flipped Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac when the stock crashed then bought into Frontier Airlines. A few days later the stock went bust and I lost all my earnings.
Truth, if I would of just held my stocks I could be up 100%
What do you think about Plug Power, Jumia, Kandi and Xpeng?
Good video, keep up the great work.
Mi punto debil
Just want to say thank you!I’m new in investing and I find your channel super professional and so fun to watch and learn .Thank u!
I love you so much for this update… it shows me my continous error because honestly I am more into this kinda investor that dont analyse but follow people's story to invest. What a dick I am🙄
Yes, I’ll admit it, I am guilty of holding onto bad stocks in the hope of it turning around.
I like to go all in on a stock then look up what they do
hello, I cannot find a link you used to share your current portfolio allocations. Would you please share, I think it used to be free of charge?
I have heard some people talking about Total SE (TOT). What are your thoughts on potential stock growth?
I try avoiding reading articles in general on site like marketwatch etc. Lots of misleading, false, one sided info out there from the so called expert. Your knowledge is much more worthwhile mine time
Joseph: you attribute your gains to your smartnessMe: no I attribute it to you
HAHA it's so funny that this video came out.I was telling my friend (We are both new) as a joke/tip : You want to know how I know will lose money ? Because I am confident in my picks.Thanks for the amazing tips (Actual tips) as always!
2 minutes into this video i can tell you that 90 % of investing advice is wrong. let alone the decisions of the investor. Never listen to the market.!
Thank you Joe!
Joseph: This was incredibly helpful. A question: What is the difference between an anchoring bias vs a decision to go long on a particular stock or ETF? For instance my intention several years ago was to go long with Johnson and Johnson as it was considered to be a dividend aristocrat stock.
This is the best video I have seen for investing! Omg I am guilty
Hi Joseph, by any chance, would you mind sharing your thoughts on CLOV, Clover Health, a medical insurance company that went public via SPAC? Would you say if SPAC would go through the same due diligence process as a regular IPO? Thank you very much!
I had to learn to stomach down turn, but after that my returns have improved. Confidence in the fundamentals of a company works for me.
I bought 2000 shares of naked stock just because it was a part of the game stop mania. I bought 1000 at a high price and 1000 at a lower price. I made money off my second buy but got stuck with the other 1000 shares at $1.90. I called it a wash and moved on. Never listen to millennials. Naked stock is a turd!
It's sometimes hard to know if you should sell or not. Some stocks can come back with a vengeance if the companies are good.
I am an ape when it comes to investing.
Greed & Overconfidence are the two worst factors. I wish I held some cash when I went up but Instead I went all in and lost all my gains.
I’ve been investing since January. For sure my biggest mistake is keep putting in money in a bad stock with the hope I would break even. I ended up just losing more.
You had me the moment you placed me in the top 50% of investors because I am watching this video… wait a minute… was that more bias on our part? lol
Great information Joseph 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Thank you Joseph, your channel is abolutely great! love it
Loss Aversion bias, definitely got me, I sold Gamestop Too early a day before that huge jump 🤦🏾♂️
Guilty as charged 🤣. My long term portfolio is over diverse, too many to keep track of, and the false bubble doesn't help. During the crash last March it went negative -11%, which I thought wasnt too bad, the false bubble has it up 40%, which I think is pure bubble. Of course I do think the fed rigs the market and inflation drives it up.
You are so soft spoken and gentlemanly that I keep tripping up when I hear you say things like, "assed out" "shit" or something.
Learned a looot of these lessons in February. I was ahead of the market performance just barely, about 1% over the prior 4 months, but underperformed in February because I fell into several of these traps. Definitely guilty of both averaging down on losers that I should dump, and dumping good companies that are momentarily down instead of being patient. But I learned my lesson and did move a chunk of my portfolio into ETFs right before the drop in growth stocks. Looking forward to taking your teachings into the next quarter and trying again to beat out the benchmark!
Bad investment move: recently sold all Bitcoin when the price dropped temporarily out of fear of losses. Although Bitcoin is very volatile, I already knew this and ended up losing money in fees and bought back most of what I already had to start with. Dumb move, not much money lost but still a poor knee jerk reaction!
I made a mistake when sold 10k CLF at 16.I bought it at 5.50 and got scared.Should have kept it for price of 21
I love learning more about investing from your videos man… I just really started getting into the stock market this past year. I made some good choices with a few cruise lines and other companies that have given triple digit gains over that time, but it's mainly amounted to luck vs knowledge… I followed the $GME trap for about 3 days lol. Lost a couple hundred, but knew what I put in could be completely lost. That was a stressful ride, I think I'll stick with more long term investments 😅 Keep up the great work Joseph!
Great video, I'm guilty of some of these traits. Sold winners way to early held my losses way to long
Dear Joseph, can you help me I have asked sevral investors none have been able to give a clear answer. What I would like to know is on yahoo finance there is a 1y target est but is there a way to see when the est was made or when the target date is. Perhaps someone can help! Thanks
one of the best channels for investing in Youtube….
OMG I have always gone from losing 10 to being wiped out because I always hoped the market would turn around
Dear Joe, this is the greatest videos I have ever seen. Great job and kudos!