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Basic Portfolio Math II

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 Guy R. Fleury, Independent Computer Software Professional

 Friday, May 25, 2018

The article linked below is about basic math principles for a stock portfolio that aims to use trading as a means to incrementing its long-term end result expressed using two numbers. The stock market game is relatively simple. You buy some shares, hold them to resell them later. You intend to invest in worthwhile companies for the duration of whatever holding period you see fit. The main objective remains, in either case, to make a profit. However, this profit should be looked at from a long-term perspective. If you trade, it is not just one trade that you should be concerned with. It is the net result of the sum of all the trades executed over the life of your portfolio. It will be the net balance in your trading account that will matter. Look for the HTML File.


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