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How much are you contributing to your portfolio annually?

How much are you contributing to your portfolio annually?

How much are you contributing to your portfolio annually? Posted by Drizzt May 20, 2012 In deep corrections like this, investors are more worried about protecting their capital. My portfolio cannot take a 50% draw down. Should I get out of the market? Things like this run through your head. Managing your head How long does an average bear last? Can be from 6 short months to 2 years based on recent historical. If you are young, you would want to see more draw downs. Don’t you want to buy SingPost at 80 cents? Starhub at $2.00? KepCorp at $4.00? It’s a dilemma when things are dear and you are afraid if you buy it, there is no margin of safety there. So why don’t you want to pull your money out totally? If you have a knack for market timing then by all means do it. But if these are just noises and the market goes back up, you probably forced to buy back at a higher price. Jus...

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