ARA has taken a severe beating recently…almost to a 3 year low.
Sometimes I wonder if one is to follow the investment quadrant diligently, we also cannot escape from the market selldown and can suffer big losses too if we do not put a stoploss. If one bought at 1.60 and with current price at 1.32, its a loss of 17.5%. Even at current relatively higher yield of 3.78%, it is difficult to stomach this loss. If we go through the quadrant again, likely we will think it is an even better buy now.
Similarly, this scenario can also be applied to Wilmar.
Are there any other ways to avoid catching a falling knife?