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Looking for a new investment strategy? Consider this winning one…

by , 24 February 2015

When you invest, you should follow a strategy. By sticking with your strategy you're more likely to remain disciplined and focused. And this pays off over the years.

Not following a strategy is likely to reflect in the performance of your portfolio.

If you're uncertain as to what sort of investment strategy to follow, here's one for you to weigh up…

Introducing momentum investing

Momentum investing is an investment strategy that focuses on investing in the best performing shares of the previous month and shorting the previous month’s worst performers.

Every month, you repeat the process.

Professors Dimson and Marsh researched this strategy on the Numis Smaller Companies Index. With the exception of a few hiccups, over the past 60 years, an investment in momentum stocks would have done a staggering 13,397 times better than the index, David Thornton in Penny Sleuth explains.

Of course, doing this every month is practically impossible for the average investor. And the trading costs would be huge buying and selling so many stocks.

But what this strategy illustrates is that if a share has performed well in the recent past, chances are it will continue to. And that’s why the old stock market adage the trend is your friend holds true.

Why momentum investing is successful

If you believe efficient market hypothesis, all news (good and bad) about a share should reflect immediately. But the truth is, it can take time.

This is even more so with penny stocks and smaller companies. And news itself can move in trends. For instance, a company might not want to put out bullish forecasts in case they don’t achieve them.

Holding onto your winning stocks is part of this investment strategy. And make sure you’re always watching for stocks that are doing well. They could be the next additions to your momentum portfolio.

So there you have it, a winning investment strategy to consider.

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Looking for a new investment strategy? Consider this winning one…
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