Did you know that when your stock holdings go up and down, your brain releases chemicals to generate a response from you? When stocks rise, you get a shot of dopamine and serotonin. It’s your brain’s way of encouraging you…
You don’t need to be a highly paid, highly connected individual to make money in the stock market. I’m of the opinion that being a small fish in this large pond is actually an advantage. It helps you invest in the places the big fish can’t.
I’m sure you know the old saying, if you can’t beat them join them. This could be the best strategy for you and I. By investing in companies that are part of this technological advance, you essentially hedge your life against its consequences.
Buying out of favour stocks is hard for the average investor. As I said, we’re not wired for it. We’re wired for conformity and groupthink. In evolutionary terms, wandering too far from the tribe was a recipe for an early death.
The mistake that most amateur investors make is believing that the market should do this or that. And then when it doesn’t, they scramble to protect their point of view, rather than their capital.
This event, coming soon, will link blockchain to every single one of the massive investment trends. And the implications will be astounding. But you can only benefit if you understand the full ramifications of this moment, and invest accordingly.
Are we approaching an ‘exponential moment’ in information technology? Yes, we are. Imminently. Investing wisely around this event will give you the chance to create massive wealth over the next few years.
Today we’re talking about a pivotal change in technology and investment history. Because one is coming. Far sooner than you may realise... and the smart money is already moving on this.
Think you’ve missed the decade long share market boom? Sat out the unbelievable cryptocurrency boom? In my opinion, you’ve not seen anything yet. It’s not too late to get a stake in the biggest opportunity in decades.
Humans behave irrationally in consistent ways. For example, when a stock goes up for fundamental reasons, it attracts the attention of more investors. You then imagine it will continue to go up and make you rich, so you buy based on hope, rather than rational analysis.