You've no doubt heard the stock market saying: Cut your losers, let your winners run.
Well this saying couldn't be more apt for traders. Hanging onto losing trades will only lead to disappointment.
So why is following the advice in this old stock market saying so important? And how can you apply it to your trading?
Read on to find out…
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Being a smart investor comes down to the way you manage your risks.
The one thing that pulls so many investors' portfolios down is not cutting losses. The impact is huge.
Let's take a closer look at why keeping your losses small is so crucial to your investment success…
Don’t let losses decimate your investment portfolio
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If you're looking for a tool to keep your investment portfolio running smoothly, then stop losses are for you. Stop losses also protect your investment portfolio from devastating losses. They enable you to cut your losses and walk away from a share before it swallows your savings in its downward spiral. Read on to find out why you should use stop losses…
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