As much as you can try to be an emotionless trader, it’s actually pretty hard to do it unless you’re following an absolutely rigid, computer-drive system.
Many people think complex share trading solutions are clever. But in reality, you’ll find a simpler approach often wins out.
We can’t deny that we enjoy considering many factors before making an investment decision. On occasion, that includes geopolitical events.
Trading isn’t about being right…it’s about making money. Small mistakes don’t matter — you shouldn’t worry about them.
Trading — like life — involves risk. That’s really the only way you can stride forward. Quant Trader is a trend following strategy.
I now fully understood why so many traders fail. It all comes down to preparation. The system trader has a plan for everything, while many traders have a plan for almost nothing.
Investors tend to invest more in domestic stocks than international stocks. It’s called a home base bias. And this bias makes my job all the more difficult.
This year’s report was released last Friday. It contained some fascinating insight into how the richest Aussies invest their money.
When we arrived, all we knew about Jim’s models and theories was a single phrase — ‘House of Cards’.
My algorithmic system for ASX stocks — Quant Trader — has a number of built-in safety measures. They have two main objectives: