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text 2022-10-25 08:34
What is The Best Season to Sell Stock?


To make the most of your stock investment, you must understand the ins and outs of the stock market, including knowing the best season to sell stock. Read on for more details.

The stock market is dynamic. It changes at different times of the day, week, and month. And this makes Investors often wonder when it’s best to sell.

Trying to figure out the best season to sell a stock can be challenging because this will determine whether or not your investment will yield a good return. Profits and losses are usually incurred at this stage. Some people say downtime or uptime is the best time to sell. I do not entirely agree with them. There is more to just the timing. Every good Investor should consider certain factors before jumping right into sales, regardless of what time and season it is for the stock market. Only after everything required has been considered and your boxes have been ticked can you go ahead with the sale.

In this article, I will detail some of these factors that should be considered before you are ready to sell stock.

1. When a good opportunity sets in
The stock market is full of uncertainties. You never know what will happen the next minute. So every good Investor must be ready and willing to jump on opportunities when they come. I do not consider any time of the day the best time. You can not possibly be waiting for a particular time because you think it is best to sell then. What if you get a reasonable bid? What if a good opportunity is before you? Dear investors, whenever a suitable opportunity sets in, it is a great time to sell.

2. When there’s a sign of bankruptcy
I advise investors to know the ins and outs of the company they are stocking with. If you properly understand how the company operates and performs, you will know when they are headed towards bankruptcy. And this is a signal to sell off your stock quickly. Do you know why?

When companies go bankrupt, shareholders stop getting dividends because the companies are only obligated to pay when they are making profits. And depending on the level of bankruptcy and whether or not the company will come out strong, shareholders may lose everything. Hence, selling stocks off quickly when there’s a signal of such is the best option for investors.

3. When you are in need
This may not sound so amazing, but it is what it is. The sole purpose of investing is to have more money for the future. And what if that future is now?

Do not beat yourself over selling stocks when you need the money to sort out pressing needs because you think it is too sudden and should be saved for a later day. Do you have an investment that can sort the need? Go ahead. You can buy again whenever you are financially stable.

4. When there’s a hike in price
Sounds obvious, but I must mention it. When there is a significant price increase, it is not the time to be patient and keep your stock even longer because you think it will rise even more. No! Remember, you cannot predict what will happen the next minute. Chances are, the market will experience a fall after a massive rise. So, if you are asking, when is the best season to sell stock? Here you have it. Avoid every urge to be greedy and sell off when there is a significant increase because you may never be that lucky again.

5. When you have your price target
Every good Investor that wants to have successful investments sets a price target at the beginning of every investment. And it is best not to be unrealistic with this. Your target may be exceeded in the long run, which is fine. But it is better to set targets that are realistic from the onset. Once your target is met, go ahead and sell. Then move on to the next investment. Do not say your target was met too soon, so you want to wait longer. You may just be shooting yourself in the foot. Let me remind you again that the stock market is full of uncertainties. You can never be too sure.

6. When you need to diversify your portfolio
It is never wise to lay all your eggs in one basket, especially for an investment that can go wrong in a blink of an eye. At any point you are ready to diversify your income, it is a great time to sell off your stock and invest in other things. This will help you better manage the risk that comes with the stock market.

7. When the company is acquired
Another great signal that it is time to sell is when the company is acquired. It is a perfect time to make a massive profit on your investment, as stock prices usually rise during this time.

8.When you made a mistake with the investment
Mistakes are inevitable. It may be encountered irrespective of the type of investment you choose to venture into. Once you’ve made a mistake with an investment from the onset, it may be difficult to correct and lead to a massive loss. Hence, it is only right you sell off quickly once you realize you made a mistake. To avoid making further mistakes.

Knowing when to sell is usually more critical than when to buy. It draws the line to closing a good or bad investment. Be wise not to get it wrong at this stage. For more assistance, do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help.

© Lifestyle Tips by Antoaneta

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review 2021-12-21 13:36
Book review - Cinder Bella ('Tis the Season Book 3) by Kathleen Shoop
Cinder Bella ('Tis the Season Book 3) - Kathleen Shoop

Book review - Cinder Bella ('Tis the Season Book 3) by Kathleen Shoop 


She never had anything.

He lost everything.

Together they create a Christmas to remember.

December, 1893--Shadyside, Pennyslvania .


"A heartwarming story that will have you overflowing with festive spirit. Kathleen's heartfelt story transports you back in time to a harsh winter in Pennyslvania, in the midst of a financial crash, and depression, that serves as a reminder that the magic of Christmas can be felt, regardless of what you have in life. Bella is the centre of the story, her positive love of everything in life is quite contagious, and is joined by a group of people from all walks of life who find themselves in dire need of help and support, they have absolutely nothing yet have everything they could have wanted.


Bella asks does riches in life involve money, are they important? I think you will find the answer among these pages, for sure!"


Our rating 'A heartwarming' 5 stars


Available now:

Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/Cinder-Bella-Tis-Season-Book-ebook/dp/B09L3LY2TD  Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/Cinder-Bella-Season-kathleen-shoop/dp/B09KN657P7  .


Bella Darling lives in a cozy barn at Maple Grove, an estate owned by industrialist Archibald Westminster. The Westminster family is stranded overseas and have sent word to relieve all employees of their duties except Margaret, the pregnant maid, James the butler, and Bella. Content with borrowed books and a toasty home festooned with pine boughs and cinnamon sticks, she coaxes the old hens to lay eggs--extraordinary eggs. Bella yearns for just one thing—someone to share her life with. Always inventive, she has a plan for that. She just needs the right egg into the hands of the right man.


Bartholomew Baines, a Harvard-educated banker, is reeling in the aftermath of his bank's collapse. With his friends and fiancé ostracizing him for what he thought was an act of generosity, he is penniless and alone. A kind woman welcomes him into her boarding house under conditions that he reluctantly accepts. Completely undone by his current, lowly position, and by the motley crew of fellow boarders who view him as one of them, Bartholomew wrestles with how to rebuild.


With the special eggs as the impetus, the first meeting between Bella and Bartholomew gives each the wrong idea about the other. And when the boarding house burns down a week before Christmas it’s Bella who is there to lend a hand. She, Margaret, and James invite the homeless group to stay at the estate through the holidays. But as Christmas draws closer, eviction papers arrive. Maple Grove is being foreclosed upon. Can Bella work her magic and save their Christmas? Is the growing attraction between Bella and Bartholomew enough for them to see past their differences? Only time will tell and only if time doesn’t run out before they all have the Christmas of their lives.

Source: beckvalleybooks.blogspot.com/2021/12/book-review-cinder-bella-tis-season.html
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review 2021-11-25 16:27
Book review - The Tin Whistle by Kathleen Shoop ('Tis the Season Book 2)
The Tin Whistle ('Tis the Season Book 2) - Kathleen Shoop
Genuinely moved me so much whilst following the story of Molly, Frannie, Jacob, and all those around them. As with all Kathleen's books, she seems to touch your soul with her words, which is why I've read this story three times.
An act of remarkable kindness from successful store owner Jacob sets the scene built from remembering the hardships he faced in a children's home years back and the feeling of having nothing to cherish of his very own until a friend selflessly gifted him a tin whistle.
Meanwhile, Molly and Frannie find themselves destitute through no fault of their own, and Frannie faces the hardest decision a mother has to make.
Yet both stories will touch each other through fate for a truly emotional read, and will definitely light up the festive spirit within you for sure.
A beautiful thought provoking, inspiring, and touching read.
Our rating
'A tremendously easy'
Source: beckvalleybooks.blogspot.com/2021/11/book-review-tin-whistle-by-kathleen.html
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text 2021-02-12 08:33
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review 2020-07-23 10:49
Power and Fear
The Fifth Season - N.K. Jemisin

This book was recommended to me on Twitter. I’d replied to a thread about SciFi and said I thought I didn’t like the genre until I read some SciFi by women, and cited Margaret Atwood, Ursula K LeGuin and Octavia Butler as writers whose work I’d really enjoyed. One person suggested I try this trilogy by Jemisin, and I’m glad I did. Personally I am surprised this is classed as SciFi. Is it the alternate world setting that qualifies it as part of the genre? It felt like fantasy to me but, either way, I loved it.


It’s a tricksy, twisty narrative, but to explain why would be to spoil some of the fun, so I’ll attempt to write a spoiler-free review. The narrative is split between three POVs -Syenite, Damaya, and a second-person narrative Essun. All three are orogenes, people with the ability to manipulate the earth and rock to create or stop earthquakes. Because of this catastrophic power orogenes are feared and shunned by the rest of society known as stills.


It begins with the death of a child and a quest for revenge, but this is woven into a wider story which questions the fundamentals of a society which is constantly threatened by mass extinction. The main characters are beautifully drawn and the world-building is rich and vivid, with brilliant expletives and fascinating customs and politics. It is absolutely not somewhere I would wish to live.


I’ll be ordering the next book in the series with my next paycheck and if you enjoy alternate worlds and (what ostensibly feels like) magic, I would suggest you grab a copy and lose yourself in 449 delightful pages.

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