First post, very new to the game so looking to pick up as much advice as possible from you knowledgeable folk!
One thing I see time and again, here and elsewhere, is that when a share price decreases it is a good job opportunity to buy, as you get the share cheaper and will reap the reward when it recovers. I understand the logic, as these things are cyclical and the market always recovers.
However, although the MARKET always recovers, of course this isn’t necessarily true of individual companies within the market. So, (and I appreciate that this is, potentially literally, the million dollar question) is there a good method of identifying a “blip”, and therefore a buying opportunity, vs a larger cause for concern from which there will be no recovery?
Thanks in advance!