One common investment mistake is to put too much money in only one or two investments within the same asset class.
It can decimate your portfolio.
So what's the best way to invest your money?
Read on to find out…
An investment strategy to reduce your risk
There is a simple investment strategy that you can follow to prevent this type of mistake hitting your portfolio. It’s ca... ››› more
Trading can reward you handsomely. But don't let the potential gains let you put too much money at risk on one trade.
You need to protect your capital. One of the best ways you can do this is through position sizing.
So what is position sizing? And how can you use position sizing when you trade?
Read on to find out…
What is position sizing?
Position sizing is a trading strategy... ››› more
When you trade, you need sound money management principles in place. Otherwise one big trade that doesn't go your way could leave you out of trading funds. That's where position sizing comes in. It ensures that you don't risk too much on one trade. And if the trade flops, you'll still have enough money in your trading pot to continue. Let's take a closer look at position sizing…
What is positi... ››› more
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