Monday, March 30th, 2015

Money Management: Reward Analysis


The Blog Entry that Accompanies this Vlog is at: investorandtrader.blogspot.com My Daily Blog is at: investorandtrader.blogspot.com My channel at BlogTV is: www.blogtv.com Whether you are a forex, stock market, commodity futures trader with day trading, swing trading, or position trader Money management is key. And we all want a reward. As I’ve stated at my daily blog at investorandtrader.blogspot.com very often, you have to balance your risk analysis against your reward. How? How should your risk relate to your reward? NOTE: This is not an investment or trading recommendation. The losses in trading can be very real, and depending on the investment vehicle, can exceed your initial investment. I am not a licensed trading or investment adviser, or financial planner. But I do have 12 years of experience in trading and investing in these markets. The Challenge accounts are run for the education of other traders who should make their own decisions based off their own research and risk tolerance. Included Music is by Paul Young. A personal friend and is not a part of any music license, recording label, etc

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10 Responses to “Money Management: Reward Analysis”
  1. thetwin76 says:

    Hi Dan Do questions: Do you use stop loss limits in its investment portfolio (for example, Ameri bank.) And what is your plan of time as a merchant swing.Gracias

  2. AirelonTrading says:

    No, when I invest, I view the entire amount of capital as ‘at-risk’. So buying BAC? I’m with BAC as an investment until it hits one of two things: $100 or the equivelant of $100 through splits (At which point I would turn the DRIP off, and receive straight cash), or $0. 00

    When I swing trade (and use stop loss orders :^) ) I generally have a 3 to 5 day timeframe, although I’ve had swing trades last as many as 15 days. In 2007, I averaged about 11 days in a trade.

  3. AirelonTrading says:

    Really good question though. I wish I would have remembered to put that difference in my risk video.

  4. thetwin76 says:

    Sorry for the “order” error. German is my native language and we call it, to limit the loss, but I think I have the point of view.

  5. AirelonTrading says:

    Noncompañero of preoccupations, s

  6. CorkyAgain says:

    One thing that I would have liked to see in this video is more detail on setting a price target in order to calculate the risk:reward ratio. That’s one area where I still have a tendency to be too subjective in my approach.

    I just discovered these videos after doing a search for info on money management. They’re some of the most helpful things out there. Thanks!

  7. AirelonTrading says:

    You’re more than bienvenido.Buen point and I am planning to put more videos in the future – in the “Charting 101 series

  8. AirelonTrading says:

    A video where you can find more useful information – is the video I have in the management of trade. . . There is a video response of this video where I talk about the need to look to the volatility.

  9. MarkMillionaireGuru says:

    Hi AirelonTrading

    I have just been watching your video and I must admit it really is very good.

    I really enjoyed watching it.

    Already looking forward to more of the same in the future.

    Cheers to your success.

    Mark McCulloch

  10. AirelonTrading says:

    Thank you very much, and I’m glad you enjoyed the blog videos.No forget the day, as the videos here on YouTube are only about one third of what I put out there. The blog contains about 2 / 3 ’s of other information available for free.:) Dan

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