Profit optimization by flattening
|February 19th, 2015, 05:06 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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[Finance] Profit optimization by flattening
In order to optimize my profits, every month I take out 50% of my profit from the last month from my portfolio. I do this in case I have profit.
If I had a losing month, I am replacing half the loss with new money.
With this simple strategy, I can optimize my profits in my quite volatile portfolio. The values to take ou / put in 50% is just my gut feeling out of experience. Now here comes my question: How can I calculate optimized values to take out in case of profit and reinvest in case of loss based on my past performance?
Any help appreciated!