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On This Day - 20 APRIL 2018
Human Nature and Emotions: The Key to Sensex 100,000

Apurva Sheth, Editor,Profit Hunter Pro

Guess who spoke the below words, and when...

  • Our youth now love luxury. They have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for their elders and love chatter in place of exercise; they no longer rise when elders enter the room; they contradict their parents, chatter before company; gobble up their food and tyrannize their teachers.

It sounds like a parent talking about today's young generation, right?

But you might be surprised to learn these words were first spoken by the Greek Philosopher Socrates (around 400 BC).

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Times change, but human nature and emotions remain the same.

People were greedy and fearful even a 100 years ago...as much as they are now.

5,000 years ago, we feared tigers... 500 years ago we feared ghosts and evil spirits... 5 years from now we may fear robots waging war on mankind.

The things we fear keep changing, but as a society we continue our cycles of fear...

...and greed.

This leads me to my three principles...

First Principle: Markets also react in a similar fashion. The same swings of greed and fear affect the markets. After all, the stock markets are nothing but many people coming together and acting based on their greed and fear.

History always repeats itself and humans react to the emotions of greed and fear now like we did 5, 10, 15 or even, 100 years ago.

Second Principle: When a majority of market participants act in a similar fashion, spurred by emotions, we see trends developing in the markets.

When most people are greedy, markets move in an uptrend. When they are fearful, markets move in a downtrend.

And finally, the...

Third Principle: Market action discounts everything...

Anything that can possibly affect the price fundamentally, politically, psychologically, or otherwise - is reflected in the current price.

If demand exceeds supply, prices should rise. If supply exceeds demand, prices should fall.

So, these are the three basic principles which I follow while using charts.

And these principles form the basis of my view of why Sensex could touch 100,000 by 2024.

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I have released a guide called Stocks That Could Take The Sensex To 100,000 for my subscribers.

In this guide, I have shared detailed charts of the Sensex, and of sectors which could do well over the next 6 years.

And most importantly, I have shared charts of the actual stocks which could take the Sensex to 100,000 by 2024.

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Read the guide, then ask yourself again: Do I believe Sensex can touch 100,000 by 2024?

I'd love to hear your arguments - leave me a note below.

Regards,
Apurva Sheth
Apurva Sheth (Research Analyst)
Editor, Profit Hunter Pro

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