Have you ever had a discussion with someone about something where afterword’s, you weren’t sure if you made your point?
Then, the next morning in the shower, you get a thought that clarifies what you “wished you had said?”
That’s when, you picture yourself saying to that person what you really wanted to say…and you’re thinking, “YEAH! That’s what I meant.”
It’s called “Winning Arguments in the Shower.”
And while it’s comforting to know you finally figured out what you wanted to say, it’s unlikely you’ll make your point to the other person.
It’s called a “missed opportunity.”
How many times have you looked back at a “missed opportunity” and said, “If I would have…?”
Let me put it to you this way. If you haven’t had those thoughts then you’re either unique or you’re lying.
Almost everyone I know has said to me, “I should’ve bought XYZ stock when it was cheap.”
They regret not buying it but they refuse to see if there is still value in a stock that’s climbed to an all time high. Then, the stock doubles from their and they get really frustrated at the “missed opportunity.”
Don’t let your doubts keep you from buying a stock if it’s hit a new high.
Instead, look at the trend of its movement.
The old Wall Street adage, “The trend is your friend,” is as true today as it has been for over 100 years.
Learn how to make the trend your friend the February issue of Simplifying Wall Street in Plain English (HERE).
You’ll thank us after you win this argument in the shower.