1) poor allocation
2) poor timing
3) poor attitude

my mentor has just taught me today, that not giving up is a turning point that may give us a shot at success.

in the end of the day, very important to enjoy the process as we go.
it is a journey with ourselves, and there is no hurry/rush.
Buyingyourtime's avatar
Back in the day when i began investing i used to lack conviction. I would do the research and then a whiff of something negative and i would sell only for my research to be proved later.

Caveat - If you make a mistake, acknowledge and move on.
Jensen Butler's avatar
  1. Gullibility to others’ stances and lying to yourself that you’re doing due diligence