|Market is getting more delicious|
How do I feel?
Nothing. Is it calmness or simply bo chup? A bit of both I think. If anything, it's slightly hovering on a excitement, because I can get some company at a bigger discount. I remembered vaguely I was quite agitated when I saw that my portfolio drops a few k per day during the deepest parts of the bear market. I was just trying to see if I should cut loss to preserve my limited capital. From thinking how to survive then, I am now trying to see how I should capitalise and thrive during bearish market. It's a 180 degrees change in mentality.
Just fire slowly. Everyone has limited bullets, so getting it all in isn't going to be good to your psychological well-being. So what should we do?
Shortlist a few companies and do the necessary due diligence. Determine the key levels of support or key levels of acceptable yield to buy in. Look and account for how much capital you have (remember to set aside some liquidity for emergency uses). Apportion your capital into several tranches and buy slowly at these key points, close your eyes, and just wait. It's hard not to do anything, I know. Just imagine you are depositing this amount of money into a fixed deposit and you can only look at it 3 to 5 yrs from now.