Today, the market has gone out of the market, and everyone is very clear. The leaders are meeting, and there are even documents to appease private capital. The market is excited about this time, not only in our internal market, but also in other markets around the world. This reflects from one side that our capital market has already had the size of the mass that affects the world. However, whether this is a positive or negative impact depends on how we have done it ourselves. Well done, the world can benefit from us; of course, if it is not good, hehe, the world will be dragged down by us.
Going back to business, returning to the market itself. Today's rise has a lot of emotional components, and this is understandable. This is the inherent property of the capital market. However, the emotion will eventually be vented, and the speed will be very fast. In the end, we must reverse the market's decline and rely on practical actions to deliver on our promises. Why is the market so weak this year? It is because market confidence has been hit hard and even desperate. Why is confidence desperate, of course, because this year's various policy practices have suppressed the micro-level management. A large number of private enterprises were expelled from the market by policies, and even provoked judicial cases. In the capital market, a large number of equity pledges broke out, and all the bursts were private enterprises. Now the big leader has finally begun to face up to the crisis of private enterprises, and has also made various positive statements. This is a good thing. The capital market also gave a positive response. Next, let's look at the implementation of governments at all levels. Everyone will say good things, but in the end, if you can put your promises in place, things will not be easy.
For investors, we must look at their actions. At present, the market is in a good mood, so you can do it right, as long as you do a good job of risk control. If the leaders in the actual implementation process, repeatedly, dragging and pulling, then the capital market will continue to bear. At that time, we must resolutely lighten up. Even if the leadership implementation is relatively in place, the market wants to stabilize, it will take a long time, and everyone has sufficient time for layout. As far as I am concerned, I would rather do the worst. (Author: chill the warm air in)