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Bekuyise recently asked me “How do I safeguard my daily profits”, here's what I told him

by , 21 September 2017
Bekuyise recently asked me “How do I safeguard my daily profits”, here's what I told him
I receive dozens of questions from investors every day, from how to diversify my portfolio, leverage my profits through compounding or just simply how to get started in investing….

A lot of these get answered through my daily letters to you but I recently received these two questions which I wanted to draw your attention to.

Question #1: "If I originally invest R10,000. And on a particular day it's grown to R10,300. How do I Safeguard this daily profit?"

Question #2: “Should I put half of my 30% investment in the DBX-USA into DBX-EURO. Would that be a good move or not?”

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Unfortunately, with investing you can't really safeguard your everyday profits. 
 
You see that's the risk with investing/trading - Share prices will move up or down or both on a daily basis.
 
You could sell your shares to make a small profit but then you may risk losing out on bigger returns.
 
Plus, every time you sell share, you pay tax, brokerage etc.
 
You could sell a portion of the share to get some returns back, but the same risks apply to this as well (pay tax & may lose out on higher returns). 
 
This is the thing with investing or trading. It's nature for shares to move up then down or vice versa as there's a lot of buying and selling going on in the markets all the time.
 
My point is, if you're investing for the long-term, you must ignore daily/weekly even monthly movements in share prices. 
 
 
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“Should I put half of my 30% investment in the DBX-USA into DBX-EURO. Would that be a good move or not?” – Steve
 
On a fundamental basis, EU equities are currently cheaper and have higher potential to rise compared to US stocks - which are quite overvalued right now.
 
On a macro level, the UK elections could have a positive impact on EU stocks, whereas internal issues in the US could add volatility to US stocks.
 
Overall, it's a good move to make as it allows you to diversify across two massive regions.
 
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask and I’ll do my best to try and answer all of them.
 
Always remember, knowledge brings you wealth,
 
Joshua Benton, South African Investor
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Bekuyise recently asked me “How do I safeguard my daily profits”, here's what I told him
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