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What is Portfolio

Financial Portfolio is a collection of assets including stocks, commodities, cash equivalents, futures, to name a few. Portfolio may be built and managed by an investment company, financial institution or an individual. A portfolio can be pictured as a pie chart comprised of various asset classes of appropriate value that depends on risk-return ratio chosen by the investor.

Portfolio Definition

The term 'portfolio' refers to any collection of financial assets such as stocks, commodities, currency pairs, futures, etc. owned by an investment company, a financial institution or an individual.

There is no limitation when it comes to the range of instruments for creating a portfolio. That is to say one can combine as many assets as they want. The selection of assets depends on the desired rate of return, and on economic conditions during which the investor creates the portfolio.

The investor should also take into consideration the level of risk of the asset. To sum up, portfolios are usually created with a mix of assets that have the potential to achieve the desired returns, while minimizing the risks and volatility through proper diversification and balance.

The Investment Portfolio is usually considered a complex investment option and is commonly managed by financial professionals. However, with Geworko Method any individual trader can compile a low risk portfolio of his own.

The Method can be used by professional traders, companies, research specialists and newcomers as it is simple, yet, effective. Investing into a single asset possesses high risks just like the proverbial putting all your eggs in one basket.

Creating an investment portfolio helps to create a safety net with other assets and significantly lower investment risks. The functional on NetTradeX analytical trading platform offers all necessary instruments to make an informed decision, based on technical tools, as well as to trace the behavior of the chosen assets in the past and diversify the risks accordingly.