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History of Stock Market Crashes, By Phil Town.

Updated: Nov 6, 2018

In this video I talk about some of the major stock market crashes throughout history. And, is history going to repeat itself within the next few years? Understanding what caused the market to crash in the past is a great way for you to understand how it can happen again in the future.

“Money is just something you need in case you do not die tomorrow. Let this be a reminder for you not to obsess over profits and losses. In whatever you do, strive for enjoyment, focus, contentment, humility, openness... Paradoxically (and as an unintended consequence) your trading performance will improve significantly.” Yvan Byeajee.

“In order to succeed, you first have to be willing to experience failure.” Yvan Byeajee.

“Ultimately, consistent profitability comes down to choosing between the discomforts you feel when you follow your plan and the urge to let yourself be captured (and ruled) by your emotions.” Yvan Byeajee.

“Never invest in stocks with borrowed money or a faint heart. Both are fatal” Manoj Arora.

“All through time, people have basically acted and reacted the same way in the market as a result of greed, fear, ignorance, and hope. That is why the numerical formations and patterns recur on a constant basis. Over and over, with slight variations. Because markets are driven by humans and human nature never changes.” Jesse Lauriston Livermore.

“If you do choose to invest in a share, invest for the lifetime.” Sandeep Sahajpa.

“Events, circumstances, and experiences arise and pass away. Winning trades, losing trades, fear, greed, sadness, happiness, and eventually your own life. Everything is in a constant flux. Learn to go through it with stability of mind.

“Win, loss whatever emerges in the short-term, place and manage your next trades untouched, unattached... always keeping your eyes on the long-term picture.”

“Both bull and bear can be your friends.” Mohit Bansal.

“A little bit of fear and pessimism should be a necessity” Mohit Bansal.

“Don’t lose good opportunities waiting for better opportunities” Mohit Bansal.

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