Monitor Positions In Just 30 Minutes

Monitor Positions -Your Time Is Valuable

monitor positionsIn my latest blog post I kicked off a new series where I’ll be breaking down the importance of monitoring a position and keeping a trade journal.  If you’re going to effectively monitor positions then you need to embrace the idea of time management.

Most retail investors have a limited amount of time to allocate to their trades so proper planning is really a must.  Some people can only carve out a chunk of their lunch hour to do research.  Others have to catch up in the evening after work.  If you fall behind in your research, getting caught up can be difficult so here are some easy things you can work into your routine, even if you only have 30 minutes a day to allocate to monitor positions.

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Amin Hemani
In 1992 Amin had an epiphany while attending a 2 day training course hosted by InvestTools. He realized that he couldn’t leave decisions about HIS money to brokers or advisors. It was at this moment, Amin decided to take control of of his financial future.



Amin spent the next 20 years learning how to maximize his profits and minimize his losses and in 2014 he took over as the IBD® coordinator for the Westchase and Tampa Meetup groups. This experience gave Amin the chance to meet many like minded individuals who were earlier in their investing journey

In March of 2015, Amin began his blog, Investor Spotlight, in an effort to share the knowledge he had accumulated and the lessons learned over many years of trial & error. Moving forward, Amin wants to spread his message beyond just his Meetup groups and blog by providing mentoring and coaching on the process he has come up with over the last 2 decades.
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Amin Hemani

Amin Hemani

In 1992 Amin had an epiphany while attending a 2 day training course hosted by InvestTools. He realized that he couldn’t leave decisions about HIS money to brokers or advisors. It was at this moment, Amin decided to take control of of his financial future.Amin spent the next 20 years learning how to maximize his profits and minimize his losses and in 2014 he took over as the IBD® coordinator for the Westchase and Tampa Meetup groups. This experience gave Amin the chance to meet many like minded individuals who were earlier in their investing journeyIn March of 2015, Amin began his blog, Investor Spotlight, in an effort to share the knowledge he had accumulated and the lessons learned over many years of trial & error. Moving forward, Amin wants to spread his message beyond just his Meetup groups and blog by providing mentoring and coaching on the process he has come up with over the last 2 decades.

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