Wednesday, 1st July 2009 14:22 - by BoredmumI think I need to accept that this is the end of the ‘Bull Run’ for now. As we all know, I lost a lot of money in the markets last year - mainly through suspension, de-listing and companies entering administration. I began to trade in January as opposed to investing, and it worked for me. I took profits in January, February, March, April and May. I’m not sure if I yet want to calculate June, but I am probably close to break-even. This includes some scary events such as Tower Resources (TIDM code TRP) hitting me hard. The profit I took this year brought me close to where I started back in 2008. So, is it fair to say that the Bull Run is over? Recently, I have found both trading and investing hard again. I’m sure there are still plenty of opportunities and plenty of ‘bombed-out stocks’ out there, but is it time for me to take to the sidelines and wait for the next Bull Run? I’ve worked so hard in getting my funds back. It would be a shame to start losing them again. Does anyone else share my views? All points of view are welcome.
boredmum - Thu, 2nd Jul 2009 14:59
Bry. - Wed, 1st Jul 2009 15:25
OsakiSushi - Wed, 1st Jul 2009 14:45