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  • One simple thing you can do to dramatically increase your investment returns
  • It's so simple… so easy… and it can dramatically increase your investment returns. Yet most people don't do it. So what is it? And are you capable of doing it too? Read on to uncover one simple thing you can do to dramatically increase your investment returns… This one this is simply sticking with a good trade… and not selling too early, Dr Steve Sjuggerud explains in Daily Wealth. Yo... ››› more
  • [13 September 2013]
  • How to increase your position size without increasing your risk
  • Position sizing is a great way to reduce your risk when you invest. But what if you could use stop losses along with position sizing to make the most out of your investment capital. Let's take a closer look at how to increase your position size without increasing your risk… If you use stop losses along with position sizing, it means you can take bigger positions but still protect your capital,... ››› more
  • [12 September 2013]
  • Don't leave yourself open to getting the dreaded margin call when you spread trade
  • When you spread trade, you trade on margin. This means ‘borrowing' money from your spread trading provider when you trade. This magnifies your potential profits, but it also magnifies your potential losses. When a trade doesn't go the way you want it to, you are open to a margin call. Read on to find out how to prevent a margin call when you spread trade… If a trade runs against you when you... ››› more
  • [10 September 2013]
  • Three tips for avoiding spread trading disaster
  • If you're new to spread trading, there are a few tips worth noting. You don't want to lose all your trading capital in your first trade. Read on to find out three tips to avoid spread trading disaster… The real risk for new traders is themselves. Used wisely, spread trading can offer the prospect of respectable gains without excessive risk. But novice traders can easily burn through all the... ››› more
  • [02 September 2013]
  • 3 key money management rules for trading
  • Trading is riskier than ‘standard' buying and selling of shares. If you're not careful, one bad trade could easily wipe out your entire starting capital (and more) and end your trading career before it starts. Read on to find out three key money management rules for trading… Good money management is about avoiding exposing yourself to this scale of risk in the first place, explains John Burf... ››› more
  • [28 August 2013]
  • The simple reason stop losses will improve your returns…
  • When it comes to investing your hard earned cash, you need to make sure you take steps to protect your capital too. And that's where the stop loss comes in. Not only is it the best way to protect you from massive losses, it can also lock in profits too. Read on to find out why you need to start using stop losses today… Some people disagree with the idea of a stop loss… "If I make a great buy... ››› more
  • [16 August 2013]
  • Four golden rules to make you a better forex trader
  • Trading the fast paced, exciting world of forex is not for the faint hearted. But it can be very profitable if you stick to some guidelines. To improve your chances of success, here are some golden rules you should stick to… Trading forex can be risky. Four ways to reduce your risk when you trade forex By sticking to these rules, you’ll reduce your risk and increase your chances of tra... ››› more
  • [07 August 2013]
  • Are you disciplined enough to cut your losers and let your winners run?
  • To cut your losers and let your winners run is one of the most difficult pieces of advice to follow. If you could follow it to the word, you'd be rolling in the profits. Read on to uncover what you can learn from this stock market phrase… It’s hard to follow the advice in ‘cut your losers, let your winners run’. And that’s because the advice relates mainly to investment psychology. ... ››› more
  • [06 August 2013]
  • Don't be swayed by greed's vicious whisper
  • Greed is the most obvious emotion that can enter a trader's mind. Make sure you don't fall into these two ‘greed traps'. It could be costly… Greed is a strange animal. It leads you to make rash decisions and abandon careful thought and consideration. It pushes you to buy the overheated stock in the market just before the price crashes back to earth. Two investment ‘greed traps’ ... ››› more
  • [02 August 2013]
  • Uncovered: Three ways to manage your investment risk
  • When you invest in shares, it's crucial you manage your investment risk. Risk management is vital. Read on to find out three ways to lower your risks… It’s important you take steps to protect the cash you plan to invest. And it’s also wise to follow some ground rules when it comes to investing. But there are a number of ways you can reduce your risks, explains Francois Joubert in The Re... ››› more
  • [02 August 2013]
  • Putting your stop loss into action
  • Once you've decided what stop loss level you're comfortable with, you need to put it into practise. There's no point deciding on a 25% stop loss on your shares and not applying it. And remember to trail your stop loss! Read on to find out more… Once you’ve decided what you’re willing to lose and set your stop loss level, how do you go about it? Most broking firms offer stop loss orders,... ››› more
  • [31 July 2013]
  • Use a stop loss and stick with it!
  • When you invest in shares it's vital you set a stop loss so you know when it's time to exit a share. But what level should you set your stop loss at? Read on to find out more about stop losses and what level you should set them at… A good rule of thumb is to sell when your investment has lost 25% of its value. This percentage can vary depending on the type of share and your own appetite for... ››› more
  • [31 July 2013]
  • Revealed: The wonders of spread trading
  • There are many ways you can trade. One popular way is by spread trading. Spread trading is a great way to trade shares on the JSE, indices and even commodities. Read on to find out exactly what spread trading is… If you want to start trading, you should consider spread trading. Spread trading involves placing a trade on an index or share price movement. There are also a number of other unde... ››› more
  • [25 July 2013]
  • Your four point checklist to investing success
  • Taking your first step into the investment realm can be daunting. Once you've opened a stockbroking account, you'll be raring to go. But it's all too easy to jump in without thinking through your decisions. Read on to uncover four ways to make sure your investments have the best chances of success… It’s very exciting buying your first share. But before you start snapping up shares, it’s cr... ››› more
  • [16 July 2013]
  • Revealed: A strategy to ensure you bank maximum profits from your investments
  • Buying shares can be the easy part of investing. If the share price is increasing, how do you know when you to sell them and bank maximum profits? Read on to discover a strategy to help protect your profits… Unless you have a specific short-term trading target in mind, it’s very difficult to know when you should sell a share. But how do you know what to do when the share price keeps incre... ››› more
  • [16 July 2013]
  • Revealed: The trading jargon you need to know
  • If you fancy giving trading a go, but the lingo leaves you running for the hills, then read on. The jargon used is actually very easy to understand. Once you know what all the terms mean, you'll be able to talk the talk of a trader. Here's a look at what trader vocabulary you need to know… The trading universe has its own vocabulary, and if you want to trade, it’s beneficial to learn these t... ››› more
  • [09 July 2013]
  • Before you trade, understand the different risks involved in trading long and trading short
  • When you start trading, whether it be single stock futures or spread trading, it's crucial you understand the risks. When a trade goes against you, the losses can be hard to swallow. Equally so, when a trade goes your way, you'll be laughing all the way to the bank… When you trade, you should always have a healthy respect for risk. And that’s why you need to run through the different risk co... ››› more
  • [05 July 2013]
  • Trading realities: When trading on margin goes against you
  • Investors who trade financial derivatives, such as single stock futures, take on a significant amount of risk because they trade on ‘margin'. By trading on margin, they achieve a money-multiplier effect that can significantly boost their profits. But with that reward, comes significant risk… When you open a new trade, you’re doing it in the hope that the outcome is going to be profitable.... ››› more
  • [02 July 2013]
  • Why you should use trailing stops on every investment…
  • Picking a share to invest in is the easy part of investing. Knowing when to sell can be one of the hardest decisions you have to make. But make it easy for yourself and employ a trailing stop loss. It takes the hard work out of knowing when it's time to cut a share loose… Most investors make the same mistakes… Over and over. And that’s why one of the most common mistakes investors make ... ››› more
  • [01 July 2013]
  • Revealed: Five advantages of spread trading
  • If you're considering dipping your toe into spread trading, here's why you should. Not only does spread trading allow you to short the market, it can also protect your existing investment portfolio from market hiccups… Before we go any further, let’s have a quick look at what spread trading is… Spread trading is a trading instrument that allows you to profit from the movement of the und... ››› more
  • [20 June 2013]
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