The Better Way to Invest

Discretionary or Mechanical?

Part 2 – Mechanical: The dictionary definition of mechanical reads: “like a machine, as if acting or doing without conscious thought.” Unlike the discretionary trader, a mechanical trader uses a set of unambiguous rules to guide…

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Discretionary or Mechanical?

Part 1 – Discretionary: Discretion is defined as: “freedom or authority to act according to one’s judgment”. Statistically most investors use discretionary decision making processes in the market rather than mechanical processes. Unfortunately, very few discretionary…

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Financial Stop Losses – Part 3

In this, my final posting on this topic, I respond to Victor’s comment posted in response to my 28 May Blog. At first glance this blog may appear complex but the area of risk management and…

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Financial Stop Losses – Part 2

Response to Comment by Thomas Rac: “as you are using technichal exit signal only as to exit a stock what is your interpretation of that valid signal.bear in mind that any particular stock might go temporary…

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