We all know we should buy when prices are cheap and sell when it is expensive, but after investing for 6 years, i realized it is really hard to follow. How do you guys do it?
For me, I focus on CostYield.
As long as the dividends collected yearly (or monthly) and CostYield year after year is good (~5% or more), then I am happy
I only buy at prices below 5-yr historical mean average. It’s an aga aga figure that I estimate from the chart because I can’t find any tools with that calculated figure.
I sell when fundamentals don’t make sense anymore, or when there is sudden price jump of 40% within 6 months which are not fundamentally driven.
Rest of the time, just ignore everything you hear about the market being bear or bull.
thanks for the replies. Hehe maybe can’t keep watching stocks cafe everyday also.