1. Goal setting. Failing to plan is planning to fail! A good investor will always have a clear goal. Knowledge. When you know better, you do better! ... Right Decision. Listen to the world but make decisions on your own. Patience. Investing is a long process. Know the potential risks. Trade on the basiRead more

    • Goal setting. Failing to plan is planning to fail! A good investor will always have a clear goal.
    • Knowledge. When you know better, you do better! …
    • Right Decision. Listen to the world but make decisions on your own.
    • Patience. Investing is a long process.
    • Know the potential risks.
    • Trade on the basis of graph/data, not emotions.
    • Always have a exit plan if market goes the other way.
    • High level of determination.
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  2. Some common investing mistakes to avoid:  Waiting too long to start investments. ... Not understanding how an investment works. ... Investing based on emotions. ... Putting all your eggs in one basket. ... Trying to time the market. ... Having unrealistic expectations. ... Following hot tips. Lack oRead more

    Some common investing mistakes to avoid: 

    • Waiting too long to start investments. …
    • Not understanding how an investment works. …
    • Investing based on emotions. …
    • Putting all your eggs in one basket. …
    • Trying to time the market. …
    • Having unrealistic expectations. …
    • Following hot tips.
    • Lack of Patience.
    • Lack of exit plan, when the market becomes unfavorable.
    • Not knowing when to cut loss and exit.
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  3. FOMO is the acronym for the “fear of missing out”. FOMO is a term used in the financial trading sector to describe the anxiety that a trader or investor experiences when they miss out on a potentially lucrative investment or trading opportunity. A trader's fear of losing out, grows when the market cRead more

    FOMO is the acronym for the “fear of missing out”.

    FOMO is a term used in the financial trading sector to describe the anxiety that a trader or investor experiences when they miss out on a potentially lucrative investment or trading opportunity. A trader’s fear of losing out, grows when the market continues to behave irrationally and rise considerably in a very short period of time.

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  4. An angel investor is a person who contributes cash to a new firm in return for convertible debt or ownership stock. Angel Investors' cash may be a one-time investment, or it may finance money at the initial stage to sustain and carry the firm through its early phases. An angel investor is often a weRead more

    An angel investor is a person who contributes cash to a new firm in return for convertible debt or ownership stock. Angel Investors’ cash may be a one-time investment, or it may finance money at the initial stage to sustain and carry the firm through its early phases.

    An angel investor is often a wealthy individual who offers financial support to tiny businesses or entrepreneurs, typically in exchange for ownership equity in the business.

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  5. The bid is the most money someone is prepared to pay for a share. The ask is the lowest price at which a share can be sold. The spread is the difference between the bid and ask price. The stated price of a stock is the most recent sale price.

    The bid is the most money someone is prepared to pay for a share. The ask is the lowest price at which a share can be sold. The spread is the difference between the bid and ask price. The stated price of a stock is the most recent sale price.

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    Hedging involves a risk-reward tradeoff; although it decreases possible danger, it also reduces potential rewards. Simply put, hedging isn't free. I For Example: In the event of a health insurance policy, the monthly payments accumulate, and if the need for it never occurs, the insured receives no cRead more

    Hedging involves a risk-reward tradeoff; although it decreases possible danger, it also reduces potential rewards. Simply put, hedging isn’t free. I

    For Example: In the event of a health insurance policy, the monthly payments accumulate, and if the need for it never occurs, the insured receives no compensation. Nonetheless, most individuals would prefer that known, limited loss than to lose their health/life and a huge part of their wealth in treatment.

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  7. Hedging allows traders and investors to reduce market risk and volatility. It reduces the possibility of loss. Market risk and volatility are inherent in the market, and the primary goal of investors is to profit. It helps to reduce big losses.

    Hedging allows traders and investors to reduce market risk and volatility. It reduces the possibility of loss. Market risk and volatility are inherent in the market, and the primary goal of investors is to profit.
    It helps to reduce big losses.

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    Every hedging technique has an associated cost. So, before you decide to employ hedging, consider if the possible advantages outweigh the costs. Remember that the purpose of hedging is to safeguard against losses, not to make money. The cost of the hedge cannot be avoided, whether it is the cost ofRead more

    Every hedging technique has an associated cost. So, before you decide to employ hedging, consider if the possible advantages outweigh the costs. Remember that the purpose of hedging is to safeguard against losses, not to make money. The cost of the hedge cannot be avoided, whether it is the cost of an option or lost earnings from being on the wrong side of a futures contract.

    • Hedging involves costs that can eat up the profit.
    • Risk and reward are often proportional to one other; thus reducing risk means reducing profits.
    • Hedging is a hard to implement for a day trader.
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  9. A hedge is a method that reduces the risks associated with an investment. In many situations, a hedge is an instrument or technique that gains value while the rest of your portfolio loses value. As a result, the hedging profit balances part or all of the portfolio's losses. It enables traders to surRead more

    A hedge is a method that reduces the risks associated with an investment. In many situations, a hedge is an instrument or technique that gains value while the rest of your portfolio loses value. As a result, the hedging profit balances part or all of the portfolio’s losses.
    It enables traders to survive hard market conditions.
    It limits losses to a great extent.
    It can be used for locking profit.
    Hedging increases liquidity as it facilitates investors to invest in various asset classes.

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  10. The cash drag or the amount of time investors retain cash that does not generate a return because it is not in the market, is one of the drawbacks of dollar-cost averaging. Due to the lack of a return on uninvested funds, your money may lose value over time as a result of inflation. Market Rises OveRead more

    The cash drag or the amount of time investors retain cash that does not generate a return because it is not in the market, is one of the drawbacks of dollar-cost averaging. Due to the lack of a return on uninvested funds, your money may lose value over time as a result of inflation.

    Market Rises Over Time: The fact that the market tends to rise over time is a drawback of dollar-cost averaging. This indicates that investing a large quantity of money upfront will likely outperform investing lesser sums over time.

    Not a Substitute for Identifying Good Investments: However, dollar-cost averaging is not a solution for all investment hazards. Even if you choose a passive dollar-cost averaging strategy, you will still need to pick excellent assets and conduct research.

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