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"Take Baby Steps" - Stock Trading Advice

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Take Baby Steps

Investing in the stock market is not easy.

It is all about "time in the market" not "market timing". Anyone who has traded for themselves will have gone through the emotions of deciding when to sell a stock or to keep hold of it.

The whole point of a roboadviser is to remove these emotional triggers when trading. Instead, a roboadviser uses computer algorithms to understand the optimal time to enter or exit a trade. 

In most professions, you will always hear K.I.S.S. - Keep It Simple Stupid.

That is the point of the system that The Money Pouch is using to buy shares of ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds), which invests in index trackers which hold a basket of equities.

The system follows these concepts:

  • diversification
  • asset allocation
  • hedging with treasuries and/or gold ETFs
  • reinvesting dividends
  • momentum strategy
  • monthly rebalancing
  • macro outlook

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