Many aspiring investors make the same mistake. Having made money on one of the ways of investing money quickly, they begin to think that they are geniuses. Supposedly, they understand the market and will now always earn a lot. What to do next? Of course, quit your hated job faster and devote your whole life to the world of investment.
Friends, even Warren Buffett from year to year, does not show exorbitant return on investment. And this despite the fact that Buffett is one of the most successful investors. That is, success in 1-2 months or 1-2 years cannot talk about anything at all, so you should not immediately make hasty decisions.
When you leave your job, you start living on the return on investment. And if there is no profit? You start to get nervous, take rash actions, and your investment account gets even smaller.
Therefore, it is worth now thinking about your goals, remembering what you are investing for. If there is no goal, then set it and the more adequately it is formulated, the more likely it is to achieve it.
For example, an adequate goal would be not to start receiving your monthly salary on a stable basis after six months or a year of investment, but after 5-10 years (well if it will be so), depending on your capital investment.