A financial newsletter publisher has released a new report tackling the potential profit opportunities that can be gained through asymmetric investing.
More information is available at https://asymmetricalinvestments.com
Capitalist Exploits is publishing the report to introduce the concept of asymmetric investing, as well as to provide a means to learn more about the approach through investment resources provided by the company.
The report stated that a trade or investment is asymmetric if its potential upside is greater than the potential downside. For example, risking $1,000 to make $10,000 counts as an asymmetric position, while risking $1,000 for a chance to get the same amount does not.
It explained that although the concept is straightforward, most investors settle for symmetrical positions that only have a 100% potential return or even lower. It added that these “atrocious” odds are akin to gambling or betting in sports.
Capitalist Exploits’s report also discusses the idea of risk assessment, which is one of the core ideas of the investment approach. It stated that traders attempting an asymmetric trade must learn to control or limit their losses, and not just focus on entry timing. This means that one needs to assess the risk and return profile of the trade and check if it offers an asymmetric position prior to entering a deal.
Lastly, the report shows how readers can start making positive asymmetric trades using Capitalist Exploits’s two main services: Insider and Resource Insider. According to the firm, contributors to these publications are experienced professionals in money management, trading, venture capital, and more.
Because contributors participate with their capital in the type of investment they are covering, the company said that readers can expect unique and unfiltered analyses. Furthermore, readers are also given access to numerous private investment opportunities that are evaluated before being shared to readers.
An earlier article by the financial news website TheStreet stated that many top investment managers “embrace” an asymmetric strategy. It added that these managers do not use the term, but the approach has made them billionaires.
The article also described the approach as a “proven way to get rich” and should be understood and leveraged by investors looking to make “serious money”.
Interested readers may access the full text of the report at the URL above.
Release ID: 88983697