Just by looking through the cbox history, one can learn a lot of lessons from the actions (or sometimes the non-action) of people. I’ll just list them out objectively,  not to ridicule but rather to reinforce the lessons in me again. I must have done it many times in the past, but hopefully not ever again.

1. Buyer’s remorse (or seller’s remorse)

This is when the queue that you had put in place had been hit, but instead of having feelings of joy and jubilation, you are feeling unhappy because you now really own the shares at the price. This is actually quite similar to seller’s remorse, where you sold at a certain price but again instead of feeling happy, you actually regret selling at the price. These are just basic emotions of greed and fear at work. For buyer’s remorse, it’s the fear that after you key in a …