It usually happens after a rally. Drop in stock prices are usually due to something gloomy. My portfolio was continuing to drop in the past two weeks and probably would continue until market sentiments rise. I just learned that the issue was due to high commodity prices after the two storms hit the Philippines and created a freeze in commodity trading, literally, since crops died and those that survived cannot come down to consumers.
To those who are undecided when to enter the market, now is the best time. Nobody knows when the trend has already bottomed out. But it’s a safe bet to try investing in weekly or monthly increments, a method called cost averaging.
To those who are still skeptic. Well, go chicken yourselves out. No ris, no return.