Introduction to Risk Management & Position Sizing PART 1




ChartYourTrade and FindLeadingStocks present PART 1 of “Introduction to Risk Management & Position Sizing”

In this video, Adam Sarhan of and discusses the D in his D.A.M.P. investment system. D stands for “Defense First” and shows you how to respect risk in the market.

Specifically, we’ll discuss:

1. How much of your portfolio should you put to work on each idea?
2. When should you exit if wrong?
3. How much will you lose if you are wrong?
4. What happens to your bottom line?

Regardless of your investment style, strategy, or process, risk management is paramount to achieving long term success in the market. In fact, the single largest reason why most people blow up in the stock market is because they do not properly respect risk.

You’ve done your home work. You’ve found the “right” stock. Now what?

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