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“You never know what kind of setup market will present to you, your objective should be to find opportunity where risk reward ratio is best.”
Jaymin Shah

Mark Twain
“October: This is one of the peculiarly dangerous months to speculate in stocks. The others are July, January, September, April, November, May, March, June, December, August and February.”
Mark Twain, Pudd'nhead Wilson

“Speculation is an effort, probably unsuccessful, to turn a little money into a lot. Investment is an effort, which should be successful, to prevent a lot of money from becoming a little.”
Fred Schwed Jr., Where Are the Customers' Yachts?: Or a Good Hard Look at Wall Street

“The broker said the stock was "poised to move." Silly me, I thought he meant up.”
Randy Thurman

“If you have invested an equal amount in Apple and 1,000 other companies at their inception and all other companies go bankrupt, you are still in profit. This is the power of unlimited gain possibilities and limited loss.”
Naved Abdali

“It is a misconception that diversification will magically reduce the losses. It cannot be far from the truth. Diversification does not reduce losses but provides a weighted average return of your portfolio.”
Naved Abdali

“Proper diversification means investing in uncorrelated assets, and investing in multiple assets needs multiple sets of knowledge, more hours of research, and more market
following. It is definitely more work for an investor.”
Naved Abdali

“No amount of diversification can replace investment research. If you want to invest, you have to learn.”
Naved Abdali

“Diversification does not guarantee protection from losses. It provides a weighted-average return of the portfolio.”
Naved Abdali

“The funny thing about using the last transaction price as a proxy for the fair value is; that even the two people, buyer, and seller, who caused the transaction do not agree that the transaction price is the fair value of that stock. They have opposite views about the real value.”
Naved Abdali

“it is not a calculated risk if you haven’t calculated it.”
Naved Abdali

“The perceived risk and actual risk are two different things.”
Naved Abdali

“If your bull case to buy a stock is “a sharp price drop” or "price is going to the moon”, you don’t have a bull case.”
Naved Abdali

“I am sure some people are very skilled, and trading comes easy for them, but it is a game of chance for most of us.”
Naved Abdali

“Market quotes change every second, but business evolves steadily. You have ample time to evaluate a business to buy or not to buy. There is no rush.”
Naved Abdali

“It is impossible to say whether an asset class valuation is cheap or expensive in isolation. The valuation of an asset is relative to the valuations of all other assets.”
Naved Abdali

Manoj Arora
“The market rewards, not the best stock, but the best behavior.”
Manoj Arora, The Autobiography Of A Stock

“It is always better to avoid hyped stocks and desire to double your money in no time.”
Naved Abdali

“Wait for the price to come to your desired level, and then buy it. If it goes down further, buy more.”
Naved Abdali

“Short-term price action means nothing and should mean nothing to you. Keep your focus on long-term business growth.”
Naved Abdali

“Long-term price growth has three factors: yield, inflation, and business growth.”
Naved Abdali

“If the buyers believe that they can sell assets to other buyers at a higher price, then the purchase price becomes irrelevant.”
Naved Abdali

“There is an excellent characteristic of stock investment that it can only go to zero.”
Naved Abdali

“When you buy a stock, you buy a piece of business, not a quote from a broker. As long as the company is doing good, your investment is safe.”
Naved Abdali

“If an increase in price makes you happy, surely a price drop will make you sad.”
Naved Abdali

“In the investment world, greed and fear are the lifeblood. Without these, there would be no economy, no capital market, and no transaction.”
Naved Abdali

“If you have a farm and you have a bad year, nobody quotes your farm 50% below its actual intrinsic value. But in stocks, this does happen and happens very often.”
Naved Abdali

“Once you have a plan, always invest within the boundaries and parameters of your plan. Never bend your rules to accommodate your guts.”
Naved Abdali

“Never bend your rules to accommodate your guts.”
Naved Abdali

“Trading is buying and selling to exploit a change in the price. Investing is acquiring assets for economic reasons.”
Naved Abdali

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