Protecting A Portfolio In Corrections – Investing Strategy Notes And Trade Ideas for The Week Ahead – Second Week Of Sep 2015

With the correction continuing to create investor anxiety, a lot of analysts are calling this correction a repeat of the 2011 correction which at that time, most analysts had labelled as the start of a new bear market.

With so many analysts fooled by the 2011 correction, the majority with this correction are now on the same bandwagon calling this present correction to be a repeat of the 2011 correction. The most difficult thing to decide is can the majority of analysts be right?

When it comes to investing, protecting a portfolio is not the most natural trade for investors. We are “trained” to buy stocks and sell them. We are not trained on how to protect a portfolio. As well, while I prefer to actively manage my protection in a decline, many investors cannot actively monitor their portfolio throughout the day.

The week ahead this week, outlines a basic understanding of how to put in place protection for periods of instability and increased volatility without having to actively managing tis protection throughout the day………. the rest of this article is for USA Members.

Protecting A Portfolio In Corrections – The Week Ahead For the Second Week Of Sep 2015

The rest of The Week Ahead strategy article is for FullyInformed USA Members as I look at the past week, the outlook for what looks like another volatile week along with an outline of how to protect a portfolio in corrections and bear markets.

The week ahead this week is expanded to 2050 words in length as I focus on protection of a portfolio in times of market stress.

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Disclaimer: There are risks involved in all investment strategies and investors can and do lose capital. Trade at your own risk. Stocks, options and investing are risky and can result in considerable losses. None of the strategies, stocks or information discussed and presented are financial or trading advice or recommendations. Everything presented and discussed are the author’s own trade ideas and opinions which the author may or may not enter into. The author assumes no liability for topics, ideas, errors, omissions, content and external links and trades done or not done. The author may or may not enter the trades mentioned. Some positions in mentioned stocks may already be held or are being adjusted.

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