A snapshot, a photo, a moment in time – when you are managing your risk, being able to test against a moment in time is vital. In this article, we will explore why using stress testing and Value at Risk (VaR) can support your risk management goals.
You wouldn’t use a hammer for a job that requires a screwdriver would you? Think about your risk management in the same way. Modern hedging portfolio trends combine different tools and actions to help manage the risk in a portfolio and protect against unpredictable market scenarios.
When I talk about building a diversified hedging portfolio as a business, I often use the analogy of building an investment portfolio as an individual.
With an individual investment portfolio, a mix of different, non-correlated asset classes (i.e.
You have the need for risk management solutions – we have a variety of solutions to meet your needs. It’s a win-win situation!
We work with customers in a variety of ways – taking into account your individual needs and risk management goals.
Likely, you have already heard about technical analysis. If you haven’t started using it yet, it could be because you are asking yourself, “How does it work in practice, and can I rely on it as a practical tool?” People ask me this all the time.
We started the conversation about the three indicators you can use to start you down the technical analysis path in Three Indicators to Start You Down the Technical Analysis Path- Part One. If you haven’t read it, I recommend starting there.