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The operational strategy will be supported by a recurring use of reports, also with graphs, in which, after a thorough analysis, we will explain what kind of operation you are going to build....Continua a leggere
The operational strategy will be supported by a recurring use of reports, also with graphs, in which, after a thorough analysis, we will explain what kind of operation you are going to build.
Each operation will have open minded goals, built with position sizing (the portions of capital devoted to each trade) is very articulate, and wide price ranges, which will go on accumulating long (in case of bullish position) or short (in case of short position) - but used only in exceptional cases and obvious potential.
As open minded goals of each operations, with more features than pure investment trading, of course there will be rarely very fast or hit and run operation (typical trading) in the POP UP INVESTING portfolio The use of leverage - optional and not systematic - will be made up to a maximum of x3 (invested capital up to 3 times the available capital). Remind you that leverage gets a sure opportunity to improve results, but at the same time increases the risk for obvious reasons. So everyone can decide to use the information to pop up as by investing leverage, as not.
The money management will be very defensive, always reserving a good chunk of cash to intervene in the market in case of extremely favorable conditions (which occur infrequently for obvious reasons). Often we will liquidate the position at the first gain profit, while leaving the rest of the race to achieve the objectives of price targets. The ETFs are tools used overwhelmingly, both in terms of total weight on the wallet, but also in terms of the use of leverage. As for equities instead (just big cap Italian and European, as Eni, Enel, Snam, Terna, Eon, RWE, etc) you will use them only in terms of operational clarity and graphics, and in front of macroscopic signs and obvious.
The reports will be used to make very clear the strategy and operational analysis of the instrument on which they choose to operate; real operations (like buy, sell, take profit, stop loss) will be communicated in real time via video and acoustic pop up on the site, and also notified to email and via Twitter.
I STRONGLY DISCOURAGE the use of broker that put an automatic stop without being able to decide when YOU stop the operatio. One of them is FINECO, absolutely in the Black List. If thou wouldst be with FINECO or other similar BROKER, the use of leverage is banned _ !! because you'd be wrong. thanks
The POP UP INVESTING portfolio is managed by the trader Biagio Milano. The goal is to provide a unique decisional support to all those people who haven’t time, desire or the ability (for work and / or family reasons) to spend all day in front of the...Continua a leggere
The POP UP INVESTING portfolio is managed by the trader Biagio Milano. The goal is to provide a unique decisional support to all those people who haven’t time, desire or the ability (for work and / or family reasons) to spend all day in front of the monitor. A few specific operations on a selection of equity securities (the main Italian and European big cap), ETFs and certificates, and operating ONLY in cases of extreme clarity in market movements (rarely we make operations in the early stages of congestion or trading range tight).
The main goal is to try to compensate as best as possible the capital, with an operational strategy and money management very clear and defensively
Lo scopo principale è quello di cercare di remunerare nel miglior modo possibile il capitale investito, con una strategia operativa e di money management molto chiara e difensiva.
What is Money/Risk Management? Why is it so important?...Continua a leggere
What is Money/Risk Management? Why is it so important?
What matters on the markets, and what really makes a difference, is definitely not how we - more or less proficient - can predict the trends - which would be impossible to do on a regular basis, mainly because of the highly emotional and irrational component; but also because, despite having a method that is statistically very reliable, it will always have a percentage of error that can put the results and the unpredictability of the portfolio at risk-.
The thing that really matters is the one we can control directly, i.e. the risk we choose to be exposed at for each trade.
There is no trading system, indicator or revolutionary oscillator that can protect you from the classic bloodbath on the markets. There are supercomputers all over the world that perform control tests, any kind of tests, monitoring of any TS on the planet (neural networks, automatic recognition of patterns, genetic algorithms), as well as many other discretionary assessments made by man.
None of this, by itself, can constantly protect you from the extraordinary ability of the markets to sooner or later surprise you negatively and disappoint you.
First of all, one must be aware of this in order to better understand what and how to do to achieve sustainable and continuous results in time. Two of them are fundamental elements for obtaining profitable results on the markets: knowing and correctly applying a good money/risk management strategy and having a sufficient capital available.
Money management consists of two fundamental and inseparable areas of interest: risk management and position sizing (part of capital to be used in a single trade). The first one assesses the risk associated with the position on the market. The second one identifies the capital to invest in each single trade opened on the market and the allocation of capital among different assets of the portfolio.
Learn to ponder and calculate properly the size of your own position on each tool. Learn how to increase it or lighten it (building, in fact, your own trading strategy). Learn where and how to apply the stop loss, always preserving, as a fundamental objective, the capital that you have (a real working tool).
These are the first key steps towards the right direction to obtaining sustainable and continuous results in time, because being able to always limit losses when the market goes in the opposite direction to that expected, is already to be considered the first real success (however, always difficult to implement in reality, because emotions often play tricks).
Further on, with time and experience, one can get to the next target, i.e. aiming to gain as much as possible, managing to have (letting it go for the time necessary) a consistent position (never exposing oneself excessively) at the time when the direction proves to be correct, and having a lower one (with clear ideas of when to cut it immediately) when the direction is wrong.
Never allow a profitable position to eventually go at a loss. Never mediate a losing position at the lowest bid, especially if my trading is against the trend and the market shows you straight out that you are wrong (unless this is part of the trading strategy indicated by your method, which, however, must always set clearly the maximum level of loss it can tolerate). Remember that up to this point, the sales transaction is not closed (long or short); both gain and loss are only virtual and may increase or decrease to zero, always until the moment we close the transaction.
Finally, remember that human psychology plays against the interests of those who work on the markets. Emotional trading is lethal. To increase your chances of success, you need to gain practice in implementing a defensive money management strategy, with the aim to maximise profits and minimise losses, regardless of the trading system used.
Let us see in detail what are the fundamental aspects for having and successfully applying a proper money management strategy:
· Availability of capital appropriate for the financial tool used;
· Ideal risk limited to no more than 2-3% of the portfolio for every single operation;
· Scarce use of stop-loss (pre-defined) after having gained position on the market;
· Defining the maximum risk for the portfolio (draw down). Should all the set stop-losses be triggered simultaneously, the trader must keep a sufficient share of the capital in order to continue trading on the market;
· Quantification of risk through a precise calculation of the risk/reward. For each unit of risk, calculate a target of at least 2-3 performance shares (essentially, if I risk 1%, my target must be of at least 2-3%);
· In-depth knowledge of the market you intend to invest in;
· The outcome of each trade must be considered separately from that of the previous trade;
· Closure of part of the open positions in case of profit.