Speaking strictly in terms of mid to long term passive share ownership. Not talking about other instruments like Options, EFT's, CFD's, Derivatives and the like.
I realise that we all have our own strategies and goals and, that our risk tolerance differs. Just thought it would be good to share what we are doing in this current market.
Myself, being mostly contrarian, I've been topping up selected stocks and adding (one stock so far to increase diversification and the R/R factor) to my portfolio. I've also taken up SPP offers, not all but some and have not converted any DRP into cash dividends.
Having seen others suffer and panic in the 1987 crash, entering direct share owership with the Asian Contagion (1997?) in full swing, going through the Dot Com bust, 9/11, the GFC and now the "slow down", I am not adverse to seeing huge paper losses (only hurts if these are realised, lol) so I wonder how my fellow investors fare.
So, having you topping up, selling down, adding new stocks, going/gone to mostly or all cash or just sitting idle? What do you do/are doing in such a market?