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  • The key aspects you should include in your investment strategy
  • Investing in the stock market provides you with a way to grow your wealth over the years. But investing comes with risks. So what can you do to minimise the risks you take on when you invest? Read on to find out… The basis of a great investment strategy   For your investments to perform well over the long-term, you need to build up a core holding of great stocks in your port... ››› more
  • [30 November 2015]
  • Avoid making blunders by following this sensible investment strategy
  • Emotions play a big role in the way you invest. Listening to your emotions can result in you making erratic decisions that could cost your dear. That's why it's vital to have a sensible investment strategy in place. You just need to stick to it. So what should your sensible investment strategy include? Read on to find out… The merits of asset allocation and rebalancing Asset al... ››› more
  • [22 April 2015]
  • PULL OVER and use this simple technique to “fix” your failing portfolio
  • You're taking your car for a spin on a Sunday afternoon. As you speed up, you feel the power in the engine build up. But without warning, your left wheel hits a pothole. You acknowledge the hit with a single curse word. You start to feel your steering wheel pull towards the left and your car is now losing its balance The fix is simple: Pull safely over on the side or to the nearest pet... ››› more
  • [30 March 2015]
  • The best way to rebalance your portfolio and reap the benefits
  • When you first invest, you should decide on what asset allocation you're going to stick to. For example, what percentage of your portfolio you'll hold in stocks and what percentage you'll hold in bonds. Over time, the asset allocation of your portfolio will change as their underlying values rise and fall. So every now and then you need to rebalance your portfolio. But what's the best way to ... ››› more
  • [21 January 2015]
  • How rebalancing can benefit your investment portfolio
  • When it comes to successful investing, you need to have a plan on how you're going to stay in the markets. To do this effectively, one of the best ways to do it is to have a structured portfolio and regularly rebalance it. Let's take a closer look at how this works and how it benefits your portfolio… How to structure your investment portfolio There are a number of ways you can str... ››› more
  • [12 September 2014]
  • Want to rebalance your portfolio? Here's what you need to know…
  • Rebalancing is a great way of reducing your investment risk and getting better returns. By keeping your investment portfolio in check and taking it back to your original asset allocation, you can reap the rewards. So if you want to do it, how often should you rebalance your portfolio? And how can you add more money into your investment pot? Read on to find out this and more… How often to reba... ››› more
  • [04 July 2014]
  • Why rebalancing can pay off if you invest for the long-term
  • Rebalancing your portfolio involves periodically buying and selling different asset classes within your portfolio to bring everything back to your original allocation. And back to your optimal mix of assets. In theory rebalancing seems to make a lot of sense. But in practise is it really worth the bother? Let's take a closer look… Rebalancing could be worth the hassle involved A couple of st... ››› more
  • [03 July 2014]
  • The amazing power of rebalancing on the performance of your portfolio
  • Rebalancing is a simple strategy of keeping your assets in certain proportions. Periodically, you check these proportions. If any of these assets stray out of their proportion, you ‘rebalance' them. Rebalancing means you can forget about the daily ups and downs in the market. And your portfolio can benefit. Let's take a closer look at the benefits to your portfolio… How rebalancing can bene... ››› more
  • [02 July 2014]
  • Rebalancing: The ultimate portfolio maintenance strategy
  • As an investor, diversification is a very important part of putting your portfolio together. But once you have your portfolio, what's the best way to maintain it? How can you ensure you keep the diversification and balance you want? It all comes down to rebalancing. Let's take a closer look at how this works… The ins and out of rebalancing Have a look at the chart below… Let’s ... ››› more
  • [27 June 2014]
  • Make sure you get your exposure spot on by rebalancing your portfolio
  • It's not just about buying shares and ensuring you have a diversified portfolio. To help you achieve success in the markets, you also need to make sure you've got your balance right. And the best way to achieve that is to rebalance your portfolio on a regular basis. So what does rebalancing entail? Read on to find out… Decide on the asset allocation of your portfolio How you allocate your... ››› more
  • [29 May 2014]
  • Rebalancing: Reshuffle your investment portfolio regularly and reap the benefits
  • Investors are prone to hanging onto shares and other assets they own. Even if some of your portfolio has performed well, it doesn't mean you should hold on regardless. Sometimes you have to fight your fears and let go. One way to do this is to regularly rebalance your portfolio. By rebalancing, not only can you bank some profits from assets that have done well, but you can invest in others. Let's ... ››› more
  • [10 April 2014]
  • Rebalancing: Sounds good in theory… but does it work?
  • The idea of periodically reviewing your portfolio and adjusting your asset allocation back to your initial amounts may make complete sense. It appears to help to reduce risk in your portfolio. But it is worth the hassle? And how often would you need to do it? Read on to find out if rebalancing works… There are a couple of good studies that suggest rebalancing does work, Phil Oakley in Money We... ››› more
  • [29 January 2014]
  • Investor conundrum: Should you rebalance your portfolio?
  • One of the biggest challenges for any investor is to control your emotions. Human beings have a tendency to act in herds. They chase the latest hot investment and sell out of the least popular stuff. In other words, we instinctively buy high and sell low. But this is the exact opposite of what we should be doing. And that's what makes rebalancing a good idea. Let's take a closer look at whether yo... ››› more
  • [28 January 2014]
  • Rebalancing: Give your portfolio a New Year clean-up
  • Discipline is essential is an essential ingredient to becoming a successful investor. You need to decide on a strategy, allocate your money to your investments accordingly, and then stick with that through the ups and downs the markets will inevitably bring. That doesn't mean you have to be obsessively monitoring your portfolio on a daily basis. But you should review it regularly. And the New Year... ››› more
  • [27 January 2014]
  • Does rebalancing your portfolio really work?
  • In theory, rebalancing - buying and selling to get your overall asset pot back to your target allocations - makes a lot of sense. But what about in practice? Some studies show that it might actually be worth it. Read on to find out the pros and cons of rebalancing your portfolio… Well, there are a couple of studies that suggest that rebalancing works in ‘the real world,’ Phil Oakley in Mon... ››› more
  • [22 November 2013]
  • Revealed: What you need to know about rebalancing your portfolio
  • Don't put all your eggs in one basket. It's an ancient piece of investment advice, and one that everyone should follow. But once you've put your investment portfolio together, how do you look after it and make sure it keeps doing what it's supposed to be doing? They key is to regularly ‘rebalance' it. Read on to discover what you need to know about rebalancing… Let’s say that you’ve put ... ››› more
  • [21 November 2013]
  • The advantages of asset allocation
  • Successful investing begins by conceding that, to a degree, uncertainty will always be your companion. You can guess what the market is going to do and be right. Or you can guess and be wrong. Or you can let some self-styled “expert” do the guessing for you. But no one guesses right consistently. That's why asset allocation is one way to help you build wealth. Read on to find out the advantage... ››› more
  • [26 September 2013]
  • A simple, practical way to avoid buying overpriced investments
  • There are many ways to ‘spot' market bubbles, some better than others. But none is perfect. And you can never be sure when a bubble you think you've spotted is going to pop. Read on to find out a practical way to overcome your own natural biases… Apart from the difficulty of spotting market bubbles, there’s the question of resisting them, John Stepek explains in MoneyWeek. It’s easy t... ››› more
  • [06 September 2013]
  • How to map a ‘value path' to riches
  • Value averaging is a great strategy. It combines rand cost averaging and rebalancing. But it doesn't work well over time. However, there is a way you can ‘tinker' with the strategy to make it work by using a value path. Read on to find out how to map out a value path to riches… Value averaging is a strategy that combines the best bits of rand cost averaging with the benefits of rebalancing. ... ››› more
  • [20 August 2013]
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