Why did A shares drop 38 points in the morning? The reason is finally found, what should we do next?

time:2022-09-29 06:21:31 source:clevelanddrifters.com author:Aerospace stock
Why did A shares drop 38 points in the morning? The reason is finally found, what should we do next?

A shares close at noon on Wednesday! Today's A shares fell so much that everyone was overwhelmed again. Over 4,000 stocks in the two cities fell, and the market sentiment was vented a lot. It was like the end of the world. What happened? What should we do next? The three major indexes fell collectively, is it a risk or an opportunity? Just to talk to everyone about my inner opinion, please read it carefully. First: First of all, after the market closes at noon, the data is very bleak. A total of 4292 stocks in the two cities fell, and only 539 stocks rose. This is undoubtedly very distressing for retail investors. Not many people can make money. If you own exactly one of the 539 stocks, congratulations, you outperformed most today. Secondly, let's look at the data on the up-down board. Today, there are only 24 stocks with the daily limit, which is nearly half less than yesterday, while the number of stocks with the limit down has reached 30, which is more than several times higher than yesterday, which is also very bad. If there are too many limit-down numbers, it means that the market has gone bad, which is a big blow to the will of retail investors. Finally, in terms of the flow of large capital, the main capital has flowed out nearly 50 billion in half a day, which is the culprit behind the collapse of the broader market. The northbound funds only have a volume of 500 million funds, which is undoubtedly a drop in the bucket for the market. All in all, today's data is pretty ugly. Second: what the hell happened? What caused such a tragic situation today? 1. According to data from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, on August 24, the number of shares held by Berkshire Hathaway fell to 219 million shares, and the proportion of issued voting shares fell to 19.92%. In BYD's semi-annual report, as of June 30, Berkshire Hathaway still held 225 million shares. This means that within two months, Berkshire Hathaway has actually reduced its holdings by 6.281 million shares. A move by the stock god Buffett brought the auto sector down. Although the Hang Seng Index fell 0.39% and the Hang Seng Technology Index closed up 0.78% in late trading, the auto stocks weakened collectively, and BYD fell by more than 9%; while the A shares are here , automobiles fell 5.28%, lithium batteries fell 3.91%, and new energy fell 4.13%. 2. We know that the A-share market in May and June was completely driven by automobiles. Driven by the country's policy of vigorously promoting automobiles, the sales of major car companies ushered in a substantial increase. Auto-related stocks are all growing exponentially. It is no exaggeration to say that as long as you transfer funds to the auto sector, you can get back your previous losses. Since the auto and auto peripheral sectors can hold the market up, they can also drag it down. Because the amount of funds gathered here is too large, once it falls sharply, it will cause a chain effect. To sum up, I think the sharp drop in A-shares today is caused by the collective destruction of valuations in sectors dominated by automobiles and automobiles, and the market is venting its emotions. Third: How should we retail investors respond? First of all, we need to understand that a drop like this one caused by a sudden negative can come and go quickly. For example, in the last Pelosi incident, when Ren Zhengfei spoke, the broader market suffered a Waterloo-style decline, and in the end, it did not fall, but rose again. This is a lesson from the past, if you have suffered these losses, it is time to learn from it. Secondly, the sell-off of high-level sectors will inevitably lead to the rise of low-level sectors. The market is still switching between highs and lows, and by the way, retail investors are cleared out. For example, is the big financial sector rising from a low level, and another example is the auto sector, has it fallen from a high level? Some time ago, big finance was sprayed into a sieve, and cars were touted as a sweet pastry. In the end, as the volume increases again, it means that the panic is being released, which shows that the market is still in a battle of emotions, far from being comparable to drawing lines and waves. Did today's hunt make your heart fluctuate? Don't tell me that you are now free of distractions and as still as water. This is the secret of emotional warfare. Therefore, capture the thief first, the king first, kill the heart first, adjust the mentality first, and the rest will naturally be solved!

(Responsible editor:Education stock)

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