• Mark Watson-Mitchell

Don’t get spooked out

22nd September 2021


Market shake-ups, like that which occurred on Monday of this week, should be used as buying opportunities, so do not get spooked out of your holdings, unless they were already weak situations.


The overall mood – despite staff shortages, gas price increases, stock supply hassles, higher shipping costs and the like – is still bullish.


Companies are gradually bouncing back from Covid-19 pressures and sales and profits generally are on the rise.


Remember – ‘Good stocks recover, cats and dogs die.’

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