When nothing from your end is invested, but you still have a holding in the markets,…
…you have created for yourself the state of cost-free-ness.
Cost-free-ness carries with itself a feeling of intense satisfaction…
…because of the sheer magnitude of the feat.
With cost-free-ness comes absence of fear with regard to one’s cost-free holding.
When it’s not costing us, we’re not bothered.
Markets can go anywhere.
They can come down to zero, for all we care.
If markets comes down to zero, we can look to enter en-masse.
We’ve got principal, remember? Took it out, to create cost-free-ness, tu te souviens?
When markets come down to zero, owing to absence of fear, …
… our focus is not on our (cost-free) holding.
Instead, our focus is on the lucrative entries coming our way.
After markets come down to zero, if they do, they’ll soon reverse.
Then, our new entries will start becoming cost-free, as prices climb.
Soon, we’ll pull principal out again, and will have have new cost-free holdings, which we can transfer to our consolidated cost-free holding account.
Fear is nowhere in the equation.