The Stock Market works by Day, but loves the Night

I am a long-term investor. While I enjoy looking at market prices, I do not however monitor price movement day in, day out. Usually, I would only check once for the day, on the market open versus previous day close. Unless you are trading, not investing. As I mentioned early, Time in the Market versusContinue reading “The Stock Market works by Day, but loves the Night”

Dollar Cost Averaging versus Lump Sum investing

We have seen earlier the proposition for “Time in the Market” being more effective than “timing the market” for ordinary folks like yourself and me. While waiting on the sidelines for entry opportunities, you may miss out on both dividends and potential capital gains. The market is uncertain, unpredictable and with combinations of long bullContinue reading “Dollar Cost Averaging versus Lump Sum investing”

Time in the Market versus timing the market

Investors would be familiar with this quote “Time in the Market rather than timing the market”. “Time in the Market” is the strategy to hold investments for the long-term while “timing the market” basically means picking at the market prices to buy low, sell high. Which strategy is more effective for everyday folks like yourselfContinue reading “Time in the Market versus timing the market”