"If I'm trading Single Stock Futures, how do I keep my risk management under control?"
There are many ways to limit your risk, when you trade Single Stock Futures (SSF). But I have three specific measures...
Let me explain…
You can’t buy SSFs less than batches of 100 shares
Each Single Stock Futures contract that you buy is for 100 of the underlying shares.
So if you bought 1 MTN... ››› more
This free tool will help you to calculate how many Single Stock Futures contracts you should trade in any one share.
This will help you keep strict money management rules using the percentage rule.
Here it is...
So, simply click here for your free Single Stock Futures risk calculator tool...
Always keep in mind,
“Wisdom Yields Wealth”
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"Hi Timon, how many contracts should I buy/sell in any one CFD trade?"
If you're reading this, today is your lucky day!
Many traders out there, ask me this question every month.
There are many ways to calculate how many contracts you should be buying or selling with any one CFD trade.
But here's my take on it…
Knowing the 2% rule can help you decide how many contracts you should ... ››› more
Let's face it…We've all got debt. But the problem is, we don't know how much is enough! And nowadays the banks are offering juicy loans to pretty much anyone without even doing a proper background check. It's no wonder we're facing an unsecured lending crisis in South Africa! You see, most people don't realise, just because you qualify for a loan doesn't mean you should take one.
After a... ››› more
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