Bedokian’s Lessons And Learning Points
By The Bedokian Portfolio  •  May 26, 2024
Since starting on my journey of trading, and subsequently investing, I have had made a few mistakes, misjudgments and of course, misses. In this post I will share some of these as lessons and learning points for you to take home. Trading Instead Of Keeping: Apple Apple was the very first foreign counter that I had purchased since I started my trading back in 2009, where I bought it at USD 158.23 in August 2009. Around seven months later, I sold it for USD 225, making a 42% return, and was very proud of it then. Well, looking back, if I had kept those Apple counters, it would have become a 30-plus bagger by today, which means per share without split would be around USD 4,430. My next purchase of Apple did not arrive until 2014, and I have been holding that since. For good quality companies, it is, in my opinion, better to hold than to trade, as their growth would be advantageous...
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By The Bedokian Portfolio
My first encounter with the financial markets started in the aftermath of the 2008/2009 Global Financial Crisis. Before this, I had no notion of what investment and trading were, although I had learned about economics, business management and accounting back in my university studies. I was a trader when I first started, albeit an amateurish one, and trading was just a side hobby of mine ...

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