Disclaimer

Disclaimer

By using this site, you agree to be bound by its terms of use which include the disclaimer below. Terms of use can be reviewed here.

Trade At Your Own Risk

There are risks involved in all investment strategies and investors can and do lose capital. You always trade at your own risk. It is important to understand the investments you are placing your capital into and what the risks associated with those investments are. Stocks, options and investing in general are risky and can and often do result in considerable loss.

None of the strategies, stocks or information discussed or presented are financial or trading advice or recommendations. The author assumes no liability including for errors and omissions. Everything presented are the author’s ideas and opinions only. There are considerable risks involved in implementing any investment strategies. The author does not provide financial advice of any kind.

The stocks, options and strategies discussed are simply ideas only and are in no way financial advice or recommendations. The author may or may not at any time be holding securities discussed. The author may or may not enter the trades mentioned. Some positions in mentioned stocks may already be held or are being adjusted or are simply examples, ideas or discussion topics. You are always trading at your own risk.

No Investment Recommendations or Professional Advice

Nothing on the site should be construed as an offer to sell, a solicitation of an offer to buy, or a recommendation for any security or product. The author is not offering any professional advice of any kind. Everything presented are personal ideas and opinions only. The author is not a financial advisor and does not hold financial degrees. The author is an individual investor only.

Paper Trading To Learn

Most brokerage firms, including discount firms, offer paper trading accounts. These accounts are like real accounts and often trade in real-time, but they do not use your own capital. They allow an investor to learn how to invest before risking actual capital. Remember that losing capital is a common occurrence in investing in any kind of asset whether stocks, bonds, commodities, options or a myriad of other investing methods. To avoid losses as much as possible, paper trading allows an investor to study a strategy and determine its effectiveness and usefulness prior to risking actual capital.

Disclaimer Summary

IN SIMPLE TERMS – YOU ALONE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR ACTIONS AND DECISIONS REGARDING USE OF FULLYINFORMED.COM. YOU REALIZE THAT EVERYTHING PRESENTED ARE THE AUTHOR’S IDEAS AND OPINIONS ONLY AND NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE OR RECOMMENDATIONS. ANY LINKS OR EXTERNAL CONTENT ADS OR OTHERWISE WHICH YOU MAY ENCOUNTER ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. LOSSES CAN BE LARGE WHEN INVESTING. YOU ALWAYS TRADE AT YOUR OWN RISK.