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Accordia Golf Trust: A hole in one.

Friday, August 29, 2014

I bought more this morning when the counter broke out of resistance:



In the afternoon, I closed my positions:




What if the unit price were to go higher? I would congratulate those who are still holding.

Won't I feel any regret? I might complain about it a bit but it would probably be in jest. What? Why won't I feel any remorse?

I always try to remember my motivation whenever I initiate a position. If the outcome matches my motivation, that is good enough for me.

Why should we feel sad if things turned out well in the way we had hoped they would?

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6 comments:

apex property investment said...

Good for you AK! I bought at 0.775 last week and was not expecting this run up. I kept it for the 9.1% yield.

OT83 said...

Congrats Ak!

Your crystal balls are power. Another XX,XXX for you. Huah ah!

AK71 said...

Hi Apex,

We should all stick to our plans to sleep well at night. ;)

AK71 said...

Hi OT,

Wah! Long time no see! ;p

Aiyoh, no lah. Where got so much? Only $X,XXX.

Just a small trade. :)

Matilda Lim said...

any idea whats the reason for the spike up?

AK71 said...

Hi Matilda,

I have no idea but I trade based on what I see in the charts (i.e. using technical analysis). :)

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