Tips by Morgan Stanley STEP

Commandment I: Outperforming Bad Years Is More Important Than Under-performing Good Years - Long term portfolios should be selected on the basis of...
Commandment II: Risk Is Only Relevant In Relation To Its Rewards -Understanding risk is about understanding uncertainty and volatility is a good judge...
Commandment III: Holding More Than 30 Stocks Is Pointless - Holding more than 30 equities isn't going to achieve further diversification, its only a...
Commandment IV: Avoid Blow-Up Equities Like The Plague - When investing in equities, ensure that your stock picking seeks to exclude the possibility...
Commandment V: Stocks Will Be Your High Yield Bread And Butter, But Diversify - Equities are going to pay out big if you make wise choices, beating...
Commandment VI: Pay Attention To The Three E's: Economy, Earnings, and Emotion - These are the three vital tools of the equity investor. Watch for...
Commandment VII: Be Mindful Of The Trend - Following the traditional investment trend, example China today, may leave you flattened if tail risk is to...
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Commandment VIII: Growth Versus Value Should Adjust To The Market - Investment decisions in equities should be made on this paradigm, depending on...
Commandment IX: Forget Trading, High Turnover Will Not Benefit You In The Long Run - Holding equities short term and trying to make profits via high...
Commandment X: Always Pay Less Tax - Avoiding losses due to taxes is a vital part of investing. It often means making decisions to part with more...