Stocks are only paper assets.
The more you hold, the more you are trapped.
Long term investment has been approved by all.
Short time ones are gambling.
Intraday trading are high end casinos.
In the casinos, it is the house that is rewarded, not the player.
We find the same calibre in the stock markets.
Yet the desire to compete never dies.
Can we term it as optimistic greed?
The ups and downs in the last decade ,have wiped a neat percentage of investment.
The despair was present for a few years, but the urge to win or precisely to make quick money has dispelled this strain.
Again there is a frenzied momentum in the market.
The cues signify a thrust upwards,and a pull downwards .
This tug of war has set in a throbbing unrest among the investors.
This oscillation is created by stock bourses.
While there is a mad rush for accumulation of stocks ,there appears a down trend in the market.
The gullible investor gathers a sizeable volume.
The market rises marginally.
Happiness looms large.
A step up occurs.Joy be with the investor.
He adds to his collection.
The temptation becomes unresistable.
The stock market crashes suddenly.
The investor is duped.
The suicidal inclination settles in.
Meantime ,the fat cats in wall street, would have fattened themselves.
They would have earned millions in this volatile game.
Our friend, the investor has lost most of his savings.
He gropes in the dark.
This is for a couple of days.
Again , the addiction impels him to get into trading.
He is on the stage once again.
Is there any rehabiltation centre for investors such as the one for drunkards and drug addicts?