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Anyone that gets so nervous that they cannot wait as long as another week or two with their stocks should reconsider their fortitude for investing If you look at any of the huge moneymaking stock market stories over the last five years and you wonder - boy it was so easy - just invest 100 in Dell and take out 750000 five years later - why couldnt I have gotten in on that The answer is you could have but most people are too blind too squeamish too quick to panic too quick to take short-term profits too near-sighted to envision the true magnitude of the down the road potential too easily excited by positive posts on internet message boards while at the same time too easily vexed by the negative ones to realize what they have in front of them until its gone There are no sure things in the stock market but some are closer than others Many of the most successful investors wear blinders earplugs whatever it takes to remove themselves from the daily grind of pessimism and the weeklymonthly grind of volatile stock swings as they go by their instincts Study any of the most successful stocks over the last 3 years and chart what was being said about them then and how investors were reacting to those words then and compare that to where they are now and you will see some startling contrasts A perfect example is AOL Yes we all realize that the Internet sector has been sagging as of late but regardless of that an investment in AOL 2-3 years ago would still be worth major bucks today after 6 stock splits Look at the history of AOLs last 3 years and you will be amazed at the moments of pessimism and stock downturns Most of the daily followers of AOL that bought in 3 years ago were scared out 1 to 2 years ago It sounds
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