Here ends my series of blogs which I hope has proved the principle that with a basic understanding of technical analysis, alongside a low risk money management strategy, that the average investor does not need to have a large amount of capital in order to make gains consistently in the stock market.
This is contrary to the general view by industry experts who have little time for both technical analysis and ‘small-time’ investors. In my opinion that’s a little short-sighted and I’m surprised that the ‘experts’ haven’t seen the potential benefits of having a positive attitude towards both. There are plenty of ‘big-time’ investors who just get it wrong because they invest a large amount of capital at the wrong times and basically lack any kind of finesse with respect to investment timing and hope that their large amount of capital will cushion them from being ignorant. Sadly, it doesn’t. But ignorance is bliss and there will always be investors who think like this, and from my point of view, these are the investors who will just get used by the rest of us.
And that’s it. I end my two series of blogs now since I have said all I wanted to say. Here are some very useful links for reference:
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