Stock Market Philosophy

From a strictly philosophical standpoint, it is safe to assume that from any venture, whether familiar, vague or completely unknown, something unexpected will appear during any stage making it more difficult to understand or control. Leading me to the conclusion that it is not possible to prepare for all options, only to come to terms that the thing needed is a reliance on my own ability to tap into some kind of instantaneous confidence that helps me deal more effectively and successfully with an uncertain situation.

Certain about uncertainty is the same as being uncertain about what I think I’m certain about. It is about questioning faith in what I was brought up to believe is a truth that also contains inherent elements of implicit uncertainty. Knowledge isn’t about what I know, but my recognition that I exist within this zone navigating with a mixture of experience and instantaneous instinct, hoping the outcome will be something I can live with, or at the least, learn from.