How to Turn Under Performing Stocks Around


By Dale Gillham and Janine Cox | Published 13 November 2019


Do you want to know how to turn under performing stocks around so you can start making money in the stock market?

As you know, there are only three things we can control when investing in the stock market: buying, holding or selling a stock or the instrument you are trading. The challenge for a lot of investors and traders, however, is determining when and where is the right time to buy, sell or hold.

What happens when you purchase a stock that you believe will rise only to find it does the opposite once you purchase it. And how do you identify a stock that is not performing and should be sold as opposed to one that has not performed as expected but should be held, as it could turn into a money-making machine?

Unfortunately, traders and investors constantly buy and sell too early, or too late or not at all and it is these factors that cost them dearly when it comes to getting good returns in the stock market.

So in tonight’s show, Dale and Janine will share why investors are making these mistakes and how you can identify those under performing stocks in your portfolio and turn them around so you can create a money-making machine.


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