32 Tips about Losses

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Commandment I: Outperforming Bad Years Is More Important Than Under-performing Good Years - Long term portfolios should be selected on the basis of...
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...
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...
Rule #7 : Don’t get emotionally invested. Set loss limits and stick to them. The worst losses occur when the investor takes a losing position and...
Focus on your trades and learn to love small losses. Once you have funded your account, the most important thing to remember is that your money is at...
Pay attention to the expiration date. Time value is one of the most important factors when trading options. Having the entire option expire and losing...
The market is rarely your friend in a trade that goes against you. Cut your losses quickly and accept them as an inherent part of trading. You will...
The beauty of the stop-loss order is that it costs nothing to implement. Your regular commission is charged only once the stop-loss price has been...
Even when you have taken a position in the markets, you should try and think as you would if you hadn't taken one. This level of detachment is...
Yes, investing gurus say that people in certain age brackets should have their portfolios allocated a certain way, but if you can't sleep at night...
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