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    Stock Picking Strategies 

    Stock picking refers to the process of selecting individual stocks or securities from the financial market for investment purposes. This process involves conducting research, analysis, and evaluation of various factors to identify stocks that are expected to outperform the market or meet specific investment criteria.  The goal of stock picking is to build a portfolio …
    Stock Picking Strategies
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    Indexing / Passive Investing 

    In today’s complex and dynamic financial landscape, investors are constantly seeking strategies that offer simplicity, efficiency, and reliability. Indexing, also known as passive investing, has emerged as a powerful tool for investors looking to achieve broad market exposure while minimizing costs and maximizing returns. This approach, rooted in the principle of tracking market indices rather …
    Indexing / Passive Investing
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    Socially Responsible Investing / ESG Investing 

    In today’s rapidly evolving financial landscape, investors are increasingly seeking avenues to align their investment strategies with their values and societal impact. Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Investing have emerged as powerful tools for investors looking to make a positive difference while generating financial returns.  These investment approaches go beyond …
    Socially Responsible Investing / ESG Investing
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    Contrarian Investing 

    In the dynamic world of finance, where trends and fads often dictate market movements, there exists a breed of investors who thrive on going against the grain. Contrarian investing, a strategy rooted in the philosophy of buying when others are selling and selling when others are buying, stands as a testament to the power of …
    Contrarian Investing
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    Dividend Harvesting 

    Dividend harvesting, also known as dividend capture or dividend stripping, is an investment strategy aimed at maximizing income from dividend-paying stocks by capturing dividend payments while minimizing exposure to price fluctuations. Investors employing dividend harvesting typically buy shares of a dividend-paying stock just before the ex-dividend date, allowing them to receive the upcoming dividend payment. …
    Dividend Harvesting
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    Dollar Cost Averaging 

    Dollar-cost averaging (DCA) is an investment strategy where an investor regularly invests a fixed amount of money into a particular asset or investment vehicle at predetermined intervals, regardless of market conditions. The goal of dollar-cost averaging is to reduce the impact of volatility and market fluctuations on the overall purchase price of the investment over …
    Dollar Cost Averaging
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    What Are High-Level Investing Strategies? 

    High-level investing strategies refer to overarching approaches or methodologies that guide investors in making informed decisions about how to allocate their capital in a way that aligns with their financial goals, risk tolerance, and investment preferences.  These strategies typically focus on long-term goals, risk management, and portfolio diversification. Investors may also incorporate tactical adjustments and …
    What Are High-Level Investing Strategies?