I think is necessary to highlight and show you how news can change very quickly. Furthermore, we should not react first to whatever we read. Over and above that, we must also do our own due diligence and educate ourselves enough to keep steady.
Here is what happened…
This morning I saw these headlines, which have since been removed or altered.
Now I looks like this…
Notice the difference?
There was a change in the environment:ENT, and as well as the reporting. So if you read the article in the morning, but missed the afternoon, you would have a dated impression.
How do we manage things like that?
In today’s world, it is always better NOT to react, but to take information and critically process it. Do your own due diligence and educate yourself so that you can have an open and objective view. I have met people or had discussions with people who are hell bent on an idea, for or against, without much consideration of evidence available. Means that they turn themselves blind to the wealth of evidence around them and believe what they believe is real.
I practice and walk my talk, taking a step further to keep refuting my own models while looking for clues, for either case.
Here is what I assessed a couple of weeks ago but never posted… on 18th January, saw that the Shanghai Composite was turning bullish with a buy signal. I marked the entry and the targets…
Today, I can share that it is almost at my first target point… and is still bullish to am or the next target.
I hope that this post has been helpful in understanding how fast things move, and what we can do about ourselves to align better….
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