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About 93% of Investors Lost Money in 2022*

CynicalCyan
Publish date: Sun, 31 Jul 2022, 10:16 PM
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Mr. Market has finally given investors the long-awaited rebound. While no one knows for sure is this the start of a new bull, or just a dead cat bounce, investors can at least breath a sigh of relief for this week. 


Why did I frame my title for this article in such manner? 


*Data for the title come is based from data from Stock Pick Year 2022 - 29 Jul Result ( https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/stock_pick_2022/2022-07-29-story-h1627030337-Stock_Pick_Year_2022_29_Jul_Result ), where only 5 out of 76 participants had positive returns. (93% of investors lost money)


Compare that with Stock Pick Year 2021 - 30 Jul Result ( https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/stock_pick_2021/2021-07-30-story-h1568876480-Stock_Pick_Year_2021_30_Jul_Result ), it's a world of difference where 30 out of 83 had positive returns. (64% of investors lost money)


Or Stock Pick Year 2020 - 30 Jul Result ( https://klse.i3investor.com/web/blog/detail/stock_pick_2020/2020-07-30-story-h1511442192-Stock_Pick_Year_2020_30_Jul_Result ), where 27 out of 96 had positive returns. ( 72% of investors lost money )


CONCLUSION:

This year, 2022, has been more difficult than 2020 or 2021, in terms of getting a profit from stock investing on Bursa Malaysia. 


Although the sample size of investors of the above data is small, it is sufficient to prove that investors from all walks of life & investing prowess had a very challenging time in search of good returns from stock investing this year thus far. 

So, do not be too disappointed with yourself, or your stocks. 


My views on investing on the local stockmarket/KLSE/Bursa Malaysia remain unchanged. I will continue holding on to my stocks & cash, for I don't think maintaining total cash will work against a period of high inflation. I'm still hopeful that the economy shall gradually recover, and the KLCI will eventually climb upwards to 1600. Stockmarkets have risen and fallen. The KLSE will rise again. A pre-election rally might help too. 



Disclaimer: This article is not tailored financial advice, but mere general stock sharing / observations. Please do further due diligence. The author disclaims all liabilities from readers.


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