3 Shortcuts to Managing Risk - Investing Shortcuts

3 Shortcuts to Managing Risk

Is your focus on making money or managing your risk? Risk management is one of the most important aspects of trading, but it is often neglected by active traders. Listen, if you manage your risk successfully you WILL be able to trade longer. Managing risk equals smaller losses equals more capital to trade with for longer.

So how do you get it done? We’ve got three shortcuts that are going to get your risk back in line and help you keep the winners and lose the losers.

1. Trade Longer With Risk Control

Investing Shortcuts - Trade Longer With Risk Control

Like I mentioned before, if you can control your risk, you can extend your trade. This post by Real Life Trading expert, Jerremy Newsome, is all about how to mathematically calculate your risk, and includes suggestions for how much risk you should take on each trade.

Read more about how this works here.

2. 3 Simple Tools for Risk Management

Investing Shortcuts - 3 Simple Tools for Risk Management

This is an oldie, but just as relevant today as it was last year. Get on the right track to managing your risk with these three simple rules from Investing Shortcuts founder, Jeremy Blossom.

Remember to plan your trade and trade your plan. Read more here.

3. Trading Rule #1: Use the Risk-Reward Ratio

Investing Shortcuts - Trading Rule #1: Use the Risk-Reward Ratio

Did you know that only 1% of traders make money doing it in the long run, and the majority lose it all? Trading is a tough game, but you can up your chances of success by following the #1 rule of trading by Kyle Fisher of the Daily Profit Machine.

Read more about this ratio and how Kyle used it to come up with a BIG win here.

Jeremy Blossom

Author Jeremy Blossom

Jeremy Blossom has been building ideas to grow businesses for more than 15 years. For over a decade Jeremy was active in the financial industry and his understanding of the financial sector is vast and deep. Under his leadership, he delivers result-focused strategies and executions that are designed to do one thing: make clients more profitable.

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