Buy, Sell or Hold?

In last week’s Sunday Weekly Wrap Up, I briefly discussed the never ending buy, sell or hold dilemma we face as investors. Then during the week, I spent a few minutes discussing this topic with Bobby Kraft in the weekly podcast we do together, called “Avoiding the Crowd.” You can view the podcast episode on YouTube.

The below video is a more detailed video for our Premium GeoInvesting community on this subject.

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2 Comments

  1. Brian M August 23, 2020 at 11:50 pm - Reply

    Really good discussion Maj has with us and himself. One thing I really like about Maj is he doesn’t sugar coat the emotional and behavioral aspects of investing. Some of this is quantifiable but much of investing comes down to your personal style, behavior and emotional makeup. Every journey is different. Maj makes me feel good about the fact that I’m an emotional wreck and I don’t act like a robot!

    • Maj Soueidan September 14, 2020 at 3:20 pm - Reply

      Hey Brian,

      Sorry for the late reply. I was probably busy in an emotional funk lol. You are right about behavior and investing. And I think emotion is the number 1 reason that challenges us to maximize any other advantages we may think we have in the investment process. To be clear, for years, my investment journey was an emotional wreck. I often write and tweet about what I would like to become 🙂 It’s my therapy.

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