Author Topic: What kind of investment strategies should be chooses on scholarship?  (Read 1086 times)

Offline droper

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An investment strategy is a thread in your currency trading. This does not tell you the values to choose but rather the style of your trading. Your investment gold trading strategy will be influenced by your investor profile (stress desired performance... risk aversion resistance) but also on the type of product (Warrants, options, shares, bonds...) there are many, but they can be grouped into three categories:

-Arbitration strategies: they are to take advantage of the inefficient stock markets between the different asset classes. For example, there may be a trade-off between an action and a convertible bond issued by the same company. These inefficient are hard to detect and that's why investors using this type of strategy use of powerful computing machines that will identify the opportunities.

-Event strategies: these are policies based on major events during the life of a company such as an introduction on the stock exchange, an increase in capital, restructuring, a merger acquisition or a takeover. Indeed, these events will significantly impact the evolution of the share price. In identifying the events before they occur, substantial profits can be made. The performance of the portfolio will therefore depend on the ability of the investor to detect these events.

-Directional strategies: it is the benefit from upward movements but also decrease on the different markets or values. The investor can initially analyze the economic situation in order to determine in what cycle economic one is located. Global macro strategy is based solely on that. Other strategies will be based more on the stock-picking (selections of tracks). The investor can either rely on technical analysis or fundamental analysis by performing an analysis of the balance sheets and accounts of the company. Finally, other strategies are based only on the study geographical areas (euro zone, emerging countries...).
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Pour des sensations plus fortes, je suggère AUD et/ou NZD avec en face: USD, JPY, EUR, how to start forex trading.

Offline benjelloun

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Re: What kind of investment strategies should be chooses on scholarship?
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2013, 11:00:57 AM »
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An investment strategy is a thread in your currency trading. This does not tell you the values to choose but rather the style of your trading. Your investment gold trading strategy will be influenced by your investor profile (stress desired performance... risk aversion resistance) but also on the type of product (Warrants, options, shares, bonds...) there are many, but they can be grouped into three categories:

-Arbitration strategies: they are to take advantage of the inefficient stock markets between the different asset classes. For example, there may be a trade-off between an action and a convertible bond issued by the same company. These inefficient are hard to detect and that's why investors using this type of strategy use of powerful computing machines that will identify the opportunities.

-Event strategies: these are policies based on major events during the life of a company such as an introduction on the stock exchange, an increase in capital, restructuring, a merger acquisition or a takeover. Indeed, these events will significantly impact the evolution of the share price. In identifying the events before they occur, substantial profits can be made. The performance of the portfolio will therefore depend on the ability of the investor to detect these events.

-Directional strategies: it is the benefit from upward movements but also decrease on the different markets or values. The investor can initially analyze the economic situation in order to determine in what cycle economic one is located. Global macro strategy is based solely on that. Other strategies will be based more on the stock-picking (selections of tracks). The investor can either rely on technical analysis or fundamental analysis by performing an analysis of the balance sheets and accounts of the company. Finally, other strategies are based only on the study geographical areas (euro zone, emerging countries...).

Hi Droper
I prefer to rely on dividends to win in the long term. The targeting gain via the buying and selling brings money at one time only.
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Trader à crédit implique un risque élevé et ne convient pas à tous les investisseurs. Le degré élevé de prise peut opérer contre vous aussi bien que pour vous.

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Re: What kind of investment strategies should be chooses on scholarship?
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2013, 12:19:08 PM »
To retain candidates corresponding to the desired profile but with insufficient capital, franchises, most often those that require a heavy investment (hotel franchises or retail, for example) :D
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Re: What kind of investment strategies should be chooses on scholarship?
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2013, 10:04:21 PM »
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To retain candidates corresponding to the desired profile but with insufficient capital, franchises, most often those that require a heavy investment (hotel franchises or retail, for example) :D
Hi boitecom,

I looked at your site. Nice work. Just a couple of comments I'd like to make.
Your testing only goes back to the beginning of October of last year, when the markets started to rise again. You should go at least one year back. Even then, paper trading will not give you results you may actually achieve, due to variables in play. :)
« Last Edit: January 01, 1970, 01:00:00 AM by Guest »
Pour des sensations plus fortes, je suggère AUD et/ou NZD avec en face: USD, JPY, EUR, how to start forex trading.