2013 Conditioned Me To
- Posted by Frank Zorrilla
- on January 10th, 2014
Definition of CONDITIONED: brought or put into a specified state.
The forever grinding higher, nine lives market has conditioned many to;
- Ignore stop losses.
- Buy all dips because uncle Ben has your back.
- Disregard anything negative because it has not worked recently.
- Conditioned many to believe that the market only goes up.
In a bull market all your sins are forgiven, but remember that the market is not always bullish. Adapting and conditioning are two different things, and while you must adapt to changes you must not conditioned yourself to those changes.
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