Investor's Toolbelt

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Great video! Just wondering, is there a time horizon where trading ends and investing begins?
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"is there a time horizon where trading ends and investing begins?"

Investing should always begin before trading. Make more than you spend and invest the difference. Then and only then should one consider trading. Imo trading should continue until losing all passion and / or being set for life. If the desired level of financial freedom is attained the one should quit trading entirely or cut back on position size enough that it would never impact the nestegg.
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Tyler D. Coates wrote: Sat Feb 13, 2021 5:56 pm
Great video Tyler
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Do you have any guidelines on when to buy and when to sell long term investments? How to identify the right assets and market conditions. I guess if an investment becomes more risky for whatever reason one could consider selling it and reinvesting in something different.
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Risk should mostly be based on time horizon / age. The closer you get to retirement the less risk you should assume with your portfolio. Determining when to buy / sell is often the hard part. One option is to just keep buying your favorite assets until you have enough money to retire, another option is to learn how to use a trend following indicator(s).
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"Hyper-inflation of the dollar is now becoming obvious to a growing cohort of investors. It is driven by factors on both sides of bank balance sheets, with evidence that large depositors are reducing their term deposits and increasing their instant access checking accounts. It amounts to a hidden run against bank balance sheets."

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