March 24, 2016
Roger Scott just came out with a new video that is part of his Money Monday series. He talked about how he uses hedging and how it could protect from profit losses.
This is an important topic not often talked about so we commend Roger for discussing how to protect your account.
Many people are discouraged to trade because of the perceived risk of tremendous loss. Even those that trade fear loss, and, in the video, Roger offers a way to alleviate this worry.
Hedging is the process of securing an account from excessive risk. This could involve diversifying holdings or taking multiple positions. The goal is to limit the amount of loss that can be suffered.
Hedging stops you from trading unprotected. No reckless trading. No increased risk. Just managed volatility and leveraged positions.
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The first key to hedging is to decide what your portfolio consists of.
If your portfolio consist of blue chip stocks, then hedge with a broad-based asset like a bond or ETF made up of Dow Jones stock.
If your portfolio consists of Tech or Nasdaq stocks, then hedge with Nasdaq or tech heavy concentration ETFs
You can hedge a portfolio with:
- Inverse ETFs
- Same assets trading with short position
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