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The relationship between Capital Gain and Capital Loss in your portfolio.

September 19, 2010

If you are one of my lucky followers (who knows how to follow serious matters without being “laitsan.”), you will have a lot of capital gain and very little capital loss at the end of the year. Chance is that if you do not read my blogs (most of you don’t), a part of your capital loss will be created by your subconscious mind to offset your capital gain at the end of the year when it is time to file your Fed taxes! This cannot happen if you are an avid follower of my “Psychology of Investing ” blog because you become an arch-conservative about investing only in winning companies!  You design a personal method of investing based on my major psychological principles (e.g., BLASH, Absolute focus, etc.) that will “protect” you in the last-minute from the”temptation” of “good-looking” stocks such as Harley Davidson (Interbrand’s ranking: Apple +37%, Google +36$, Harley Davidson -24%, British Petroleum -17%. These numbers were reported in the Globe and Mail, Thursday, September 16, 2010, Page B3). You are welcome to follow my free blogs. You may be able to “shrink” you capital loss next year without having to become a “shrink.”

4 Comments leave one →
  1. October 6, 2010 9:18 pm

    Awesome blog, I hadn’t come across before during my searches!
    Carry on the excellent work!

    • October 7, 2010 4:37 am

      Thank you. Repeating maverick information enough times will liberate people to know that most things in life are free if you learn how and where to look for them.

  2. October 7, 2010 1:02 am

    t’s such a tickety-boo site. fanciful, acutely fascinating!!!




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