1 thought on “The stock fell 30%, can it be returned by 30%?”

  1. The stock fell by 30%, and it was not back to rise by 30%. For example: For example, 10%of the stock bought 10%is 9 yuan. 9 yuan stocks fell another 10%at 8 and 1 yuan. 8 and 1 stocks fell another 10%to 7 or 29 yuan.
    Therefore, if you buy a decline, the more you hold, the more you hold. It can be seen how important it is to buy stocks after buying stocks.
    The expansion information:
    The decline in stocks can have many reasons. The overall industry sector has fallen, the decline in the entire stock market, the company's profit performance, etc. are not ideal, the company's negative events information, etc. Indirectly leading to stocks.
    The reasons for the decline in stocks: The internal factors of the market mainly refer to the supply and demand of the market, that is, the relative proportions of the capital surface and chip surfaces. For example, the rhythm of the stock market expansion rhythm will become an important part of this factor.
    fundamental factors include macroeconomic factors and the company's internal factors. Macroeconomic factors are mainly factors that can affect stock prices in the market, including economic growth, economic prosperity cycle, interest rates, fiscal revenue and expenditure, currency supply, prices, prices, prices, prices, prices, prices, prices, and prices. International revenue and expenditure, etc., mainly refers to the company's financial status.
    The policy factors refer to major events at home and abroad that are sufficient to affect changes in stock prices, as well as major events such as policies, measures, laws and regulations, government socio -economic development plans, changes in economic policies, new issues and management regulations, etc. It will affect changes in the stock price.
    When liquidity is tightened, the stock market generally falls. However, such a decline has little effect on the company's core competitiveness and inherent value. However, the tightening of liquidity often indicates that the rise in inflation in the future is harmful to all companies.
    In the long run, the stock price will return to the internal value. However, in the short term, the stock market is just a voting machine. Excessive valuations do not naturally lead to a decline in stock prices. BYD's valuation is overvalued no matter which aspect.
    Baidu's stock price is also high. But in the short term, these stocks will be high, or even higher, because this is the normal state of the market. High stock prices will form a positive feedback on itself, and the stock price itself is the driving force for the rise.
    This feedback is very stubborn. Only after people's fundamental changes in the company's views, they will be broken, and a strong catalyst is required, such as the performance is lower than expected and negative messages. Therefore, in the short term, excessive valuation is not the direct reason for the decline in the stock price. And only when investor views change, truly recognize that the stock price is overestimated, it will lead to a decline in the stock price.

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