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Reducing Risks with Market Neutral Investment Strategies

Market-neutral investment strategies are not about investing in financial products that are safe from the fluctuations affecting the market. A market-neutral strategy is about creating a hedge against the factors affecting the market by adopting different positions.  This approach is focused on generating absolute returns in the long-term instead of relative returns or immediate profits. Using market-neutral investment strategies is ideal for investors who have some experience with stock picking or who can benefit from the recommendations of a qualified investment advisor or fund manager. There are a few concepts you should be familiar with to gain a better understanding of market-neutral strategies.  For more info, click here to get a free copy of my e-book Reducing Risks with Market Neutral Investment Strategies Wesbite: Instagram: Solidified Twitter: Solidified Facebook: SolidRatio

What Are the Best Times to Trade?

In my opinion, the morning is ultimately the best time to trade. My most profitable trades come from the morning rush. When I day trade stock options, I typically trade the first 30 minutes. Trading the trends and pull backs on the three and five minute time frames. Best time of day to trade. Power Hour, from 9:30 am - 10:30 am Eastern time period is often one of the best hours of the day for day traders, offering the biggest moves in the shortest amount of time. Many pro day traders stop trading around 11:30 am, because that's when volatility and volume tend to taper off. That's also when the London Stock Exchange closes. The following is a list of rush hours in the stock market: Rush hours 9:30–9:40 am Stocks that open higher or lower than they closed typically continue rising or falling for the first five to 10 minutes… 9:40–10:00 am …before reversing course for the next 20 minutes—unless the overnight news was especially significant. 10:00 am In either