The stock market, that is. When we started investing in VWRL about a year ago we paid about €48 per stock. As we speak they’re about €61-somethingish. Wow!
At the start of this month I managed to buy a chunk of them at €56. February is the hubby’s turn again.
Yes, sometimes it is difficult to hit the “buy” button when you’ve paid less for the stocks a couple of months ago. Maybe this is also why wannabe-investors keep putting off buying stocks because they want to time the market?
This is also why I really like Meesman. Our money is transferred to them each month automatically and they’ll buy the stocks for us at a set moment in time. In that case do not know what the going rate is.
If you’re interested in DIY investing you need to be tough! And be daring enough to ride out the storms, but also buy at “peak prices”. (But of course you don’t know whether they’re peak prices or not!)
On a more personal note: I am dog tired. Next week Wednesday is my final day at work and I cannot wait. My back aches a lot and I need a lot of sleep. Luckily, I get a lot of help.