This should really fall into a *Psychology* sub-forum, but as there isn't one on ASF, I guess this is close enough.
This isn't [from my part] going to be massively in-depth, more of a scratching of the surface and a revisiting of my experiences of the last six years in the financial markets.
With the latest bubble market pulling in latecomers, there are always lessons to be learned;
"Fire is the test of Gold; adversity of strong men"
"It is difficulties that show men what they are"
With the latest events in the markets globally, whatever finally eventuates, there will be some who will need to revisit their *trading, investing* strategy.
This is no bad thing, I'm sure everyone who has lasted in the markets has at one time or another required a rethink on methodology, mental approach, risk tolerance, and reward requirements.
Identify what went wrong.
Identify a solution.