Greed and Fear in the Share Market


Greed and fear rule the markets «The markets are driven by greed and fear,» is something we are often told by financial commentators; what this essentially means is that fear prevents investors from buying when the share price has reached a low point while greed prevents an investor from selling when the share price is high. The recent activity concerning the gaming company GameStop is a perfect example of how greed will get the better of a lot of investors. Few will sell for fear of missing out on the continual rise of the stock and…

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