Thanks ND - much appreciated. This is a long game and really at times like this, so much is 'waiting'. Last night I was watching the series 'Billions' and the 'short squeeze' was in evidence as well as the tiring production payoffs to Heineken and Bloomberg. There are a few hair raising plays going on at the moment, and an interview was conducted 'why are US CEOs so unhappy'. They are paid lots but look at the behaviour of some - like the guy who runs Square and Twitter , basically he half manages Twitter- and guess what since his effort commenced the share price has halved.
A few reality checks, and ego reviews are needed. Read the psychological profiles of some CEO's and you may be surprised.
However again full marks to the brilliant new #2 ( grooming for #1 role soon) at Coca-Cola,- his performance was so calm, cool, and positive. He is another UK import. Coca -Cola is doing really well. Like McDonalds.
My own situation is waiting, waiting. No one can ever pick a bottom, but a great strategy is to buy on market falls on those units that are clearly good value and have great futures.
The market is unloading the bubble of over-valuation, and it is a useful Bear Market strategy to sell on frequent up spikes, and buy on loss days.
Any Reverse Psychology that runs counter intuitively is challenging, but there are great opportunities starting to emerge.