Staying calm is of utmost importance when it comes to investing in stocks. Stress is generally unhealthy and even more so when it comes to making stock market decisions. Finance is already complex enough without you adding a worrying element: stress. The key to fighting stress is to stay calm by adopting a flawless discipline. But the question is how to manage your portfolio without stress. To answer this question, we must consider the two main categories of investors. The first class is composed of investors who are independent investors and who make their trades 100% by themselves without outside help. The second category is composed of investors guided by financial advisers such as our clients Anh Thomas Investment. If you are interested in becoming one of our clients and start investing in Vietnamese stocks, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are in the second class, you should be able to handle the stress because it is your advisor's responsibility to follow your portfolio and think about what to do. However, if you are part of the first class, you have many reasons to be stressed. One of the solutions you have is to use the stop loss method, another solution might be to stop monitoring your actions all the time and take more breaks. No matter what happens, stay calm in all circumstances: watch, stop and act.
One rule that works for everyone, no matter what class you belong to, is to avoid surrounding yourself with stressed people. Stress is contagious. You should always do your best to avoid negative people.