1. Tips To Improve Trading Results

    Many traders are simply putting in the hours, thinking that if they spend enough time around the markets, analyzing charts, reading books, and taking online courses, their skill level will improve. While it's important to have a solid understanding of trading, putting in extra hours won’t necessarily increase a traders potential profit. In fact, many traders struggle to make consistent profits. …Read More

  2. Tips To Help You Better Understand Algorithmic Trading

    Algorithmic trading is one of the most efficient and innovative trading strategies that both short-term traders and long-term investors can utilize to increase their profits while mitigating risk. Basically, algo trading is a form of trading that is based on a set of predefined rules or instructions, accounting for past data in volume, price, and other indicators with respect to time. While those …Read More

  3. Reason’s Financial Advisors Should Have An Investment Philosophy

    An investor without an investment philosophy is like a car without an engine. Without a convincing, evidence-based set of beliefs about the markets and how to invest in them, risks capital loses. Reason’s Financial Advisors Should Have An Investment Philosophy For financial advisors, an investment philosophy can have a large impact on the success of their practice. In this blog, we are going to …Read More

  4. The Risks Associated With Portfolio Rebalancing

    One of the biggest questions in the investment world with no sure answer is ‘when should investors rebalance their portfolios?’. Many financial experts recommend rebalancing your portfolio at least once a year. Others will recommend rebalancing once each equator. No matter how often an investor rebalances their portfolio, the idea behind it is that they decide in advance what their appropriate…Read More

  5. A Quick Guide To Backtesting For Traders

    One of the best ways to determine how well a trading strategy will perform is by backtesting. Backtesting is a vital component of the development of an effective trading system. Backtesting uses historical market data to reconstruct trades that would have taken place in the past using rules set by a given strategy. As a result, backtesting offers statistics that help traders determine the effectiv…Read More

  6. Three Myths About Investment Portfolio Software

    Whether it is for managing their own personal portfolio or a client’s portfolio, many investors are recognizing the increasingly sophisticated market environment, and are choosing to explore investment management software as a way to streamline information and processes. Although we are surrounded by technology, many firms and investors are fearful of the old stereotypes on the limitations of in…Read More

  7. Common Myths of Algorithmic Trading

    With the emergence of new technologies, it becomes crucial to have an understanding of the concepts related to it, otherwise , it can lead to mistakes that result in losses. Algorithmic trading is one trend in the investment world that has experienced rapid growth and therefore surrounded by many myths arising due to misinformation and lack of clarity. In this article, we are going to go over some…Read More

  8. Tips For Building The Ideal Investment Portfolio

    If you have followed our blog or a financial advisor or investor, you already know that an investment portfolio is generally a collection of the assets that are owned by individuals or managed by financial advisors. In order for these portfolios to be successful, diversification is essential in every field and it is important for advisors to keep their client’s investments and assets diversified…Read More

  9. Common Asset Allocation Mistakes Made By Investors

    Asset allocation is the process of spreading or diversifying investments across a range of various asset classes and geographical regions. Asset allocation is essential for a financial investor to become successful and is an effective way to reduce the amount of risk that an investor’s portfolio faces. In the past, asset allocation was not the main focus for investors. Instead, investors and adv…Read More

  10. Tips For Spring-Cleaning Investment Portfolios

    Now that the winter months are behind us, many people have already kick-started their spring cleaning routine. Many spring cleaning routines involve cleaning out the clutter and rejuvenating the inside of a home. However, for financial investors, in addition to being the perfect time to clean a home, spring is a great time to clean up their investment portfolio. If it has been sometime since last …Read More