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Market positions and investment behaviour

Current investors face a situation in which they have an enormous variety of assets. Information provides the data and figures to choose the opportunities that fit their profile. Basically, investors have two market positions linked to the assets: they bought...
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Value at risk: how much money could I lose?

In investments, the main threat is a negative change in prices. Suddenly, the price trend turns down and you do not check regularly your portfolio. After some weeks, you discover that your portfolio devaluated. How could I have prevented it?...
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Technical analysis: a picture speaks a thousand words

The schools in finances, if we may speak about them, are two: fundamentalists and chartists or technicians. Both are quite different when they analyze and prospect market trends. Fundamentalists look into the conditions that produce a given price in a...
T-Advisor volatility and liquidity figures

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Liquidity and volatility, inverse relationship

Finance markets have a steady factor to be considered: risk. When we invest our money in any asset, we take a risk, because it is not given for sure that the value will increase so much as we expect. Even...
Global market trends in T-Advisor

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ETF, an easy way to perform in the market

Exchange Traded Funds, broadly known by its initials ETF, are a kind of security available in Stock Exchange. As they are listed in the markets, they work as stocks, although they have some features from mutual funds. As a stock,...