One successful story ended this week. I got out of MTS shares.
This went on for four years when I held at least one stock in my portfolio.
The size of my position in relative numbers can be represented as follows.
The last number is profit.
Calculating it was not easy, but I did it.
An Excel formula called “Extended Internal Rate of Return" gave me the result.
So, I got 5.5 percent for year.
And this is a good case!
But we also have bad stories.
So if you came to the stock market to make a lot of money, go back.
Abandon hope entering here!