Rule 1 What goes up must come down

Rule #1
What goes up must come down, vice verse and soon or later

There are exceptions to the rule, that I observed or that the cycle is too long for me to see it change, the point of inflection.

There is an investment in UOB Ltd on SGX made in April 2009. It’s a banking counter and appreciated by 34% over 9 years.


UOB Ltd U11:SGX on 14 June 2018

There is another investment in Apple Inc on NASDAQ made in June 2014. It’s a technology counter and appreciated by 107.72% over 4 years. Both have upward trend in Stock Price but obviously the technology counter grew at a much faster rate than the banking counter.


Apple Inc AAPL:NASDAQ on 15 June 2018

Now then next is an investment in A-Sonic Aerospace Ltd on SGX made in January 2015. It’s a disappointing Aviation and Logistic Supply Chain Management counter. It has decreased by -73.25% over 3 years.


A-Sonic BTJ:SGX on 13 June 2018

The following proof the saying what goes up must come down.
This was an investment in M1 Ltd on SGX made in February 2010. It’s a telecommunication counter and has decreased by -18.4% has over 8 years.

M1 Ltd B2F:SGX

M1 Ltd B2F:SGX on 14 June 2018

What should have been done? Stopped the loss?

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