Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

what does Portofolio mean in Stock trading ?

I want to know? Qu? PORTAFOLIOsignifica in the negotiation? No action? C? Mo one can create? Y c? Mo to?

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2 Responses to “what does Portofolio mean in Stock trading ?”
  1. Insurance says:

    portfolio = all the stocks that you are holding.
    fund managers or investors will make sure the stocks they are holding are “mark to market” on the realtime basis. Any price movement will triggered the fund value to change.

    In a more sophiscated system, the buy order or sell order can be triggered by the system. The trading instructions are set by the fund manager themselves.

    a good portfolio will hold stocks from multiple industries.

    create it by buying some stocks which can give good returns.

    manage it by monitoring the stocks over a period of time. most fund managers already set some goals in what they want to achieve. Buying and selling is part of their job.

  2. BigDog507 says:

    A portfolio is just the list of the stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other investment securities that you own. If you buy 100 shares of XYZ Corp. that is your portfolio. The more you buy the larger the portfolio. Managing it is more difficult. You can manage it yourself by reading the financial reports of the securities you buy or want to buy and make the decisions yourself on when to buy and sell. The second way is to get help from a professional. Most large banks have a brokerage dept where you can get help from a financial advisor at no cost other than the brokerage fees associated with your purchases. The key here is to find someone you trust. This person should ask enough questions to find out what your financial goals are and your tolerance for risk and your time frame you are looking at. IF YOU DO NOT FEEL COMPORTABLE WITH THIS PERSON DO NOT INVEST! FIND A DIFFERENT ADVISER. Investing is a long term process and should be looked at in those terms. You also need to be able to ride out the ups and downs of market fluctuations. The big downturn in 2000 cost me 40% of my retirement funds but by not selling and riding it out it all came back over the next several years. One thing to remember “It isn’t a loss until you actually sell it.”

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