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24 rA gles da or du tradeur gagnant

Afin d’être gagnant sur les marchés le trader doit avoir des règles strictes et doit les suivre . Règle numéro un : diviser son capital,ne jamais risquer plus d’1/10 de son capital sur une action règle numéro deux. Utilisez des ordres de stop Loss. Tenir compte du bruit et de la volatilit... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing Wisdom
Une mA thode de gestion dont les critA res sont observables mesurables et quantifiables

Les 5 critères pour apprécier une stratégie d’investissement Valide, fidèle, compréhensible, simple et systématique. Une méthode de gestion dont les critères sont observables, mesurables et quantifiables sera toujours préférable à celle dont les critères ne le sont pas. Chronique publi... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing
Investissement immobilier combinant des SCPI Scellier avec des SCPI de rendement

Synthèse d'un montage d'investissement classique, combinant des SCPI Scellier avec des SCPI de rendement, mais qui nécessite un capital de départ à immobiliser. Deux catégories de SCPI ont cartonné en 2009. Les SCPI de revenu, par leur excellent rendement, et les SCPI fiscales « Scellier »,... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Real Estate Investing
Deflation Inflation Protect against both

By Penelope Wang, senior writerApril 21, 2010: 10:02 AM ET (Money Magazine) -- You know that stocks have a knack for climbing a wall of worry. You saw that firsthand last year, when in the midst of the global financial crisis, the Standard & Poor's 500 index skyrocketed more than 70% from its Ma... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing Inflation Deflation
Le Money Management une mA thode de gestion du risque qui permet de maximiser les chances de rA ussite

Money Management, une approche simple mais, d’une efficacité redoutable, encore faut-il avoir le courage de s’y tenir money management la clef de la réussite Le money management est la technique qui consiste en la gestion de son capital ou encore de la gestion du risque qu’encourt chaque tr... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing
Relative Strength Strategies for Investing

Mebane T. Faber - Portfolio Manager The purpose of this paper is to present simple quantitative methods that improve risk-adjusted returns for investing in US equity sector and global asset class portfolios. A relative strength model is tested on the French-Fama US equity sector data back to the 19... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing
Stock Market Sector Rotation Points to Continued Economic Recovery

Stock Market Sector Rotation Points to Continued Economic Recovery Stock-Markets / Sector Analysis Apr 14, 2010 - 02:07 AM By: Donald_W_Dony Stock-Markets Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleAnalysts and economists often refer to the strength or weakness in certain key industrial groups as eviden... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Forecast Investing Cycle
Building a Personal Finance Library 25 of the Best Books About Money

Basic Personal Finance These books offer a wide view, discussing many aspects of money. They offer advice about saving, investing, and getting out of debt. They don’t go into much detail about any one subject, but they provide motivation to get started. And that’s what’s most important. The Mi... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing frugal living Childrens Book
The Formula for Creating Wealth At Home

doc/20100409094813_Formula_for_Creating_Wealth_At_Home_V9.pdf doc/20100409094830_How_to_Compare_Network_Marketing_Businesses_v21g.pdf The Formula for Poverty: receive linear income money (from welfare and jobs) and spend it all on expenses and "stuff" that has little or no asset value. The Formula f... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing Financial Independence
Better Get to Saving if You Want to Become a Millionaire

By JLP | March 31, 2010 Going back to 1926, the average monthly total return for the S&P is .78%. When you factor in inflation, that number drops to .53% per month*. To put that in perspective, had you been able to invest $1 in the S&P at the beginning of 1926, it would have been worth $2,42... Plus...

Categories : Finance    Themes : Investing
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