Limit turnover to boost results

Many investors wonder how often they should sell investments they own and buy new ones. The answer is simple: Do it as rarely as possible. That’s because portfolio turnover cuts into your profits. You face three main costs every time you buy and sell a.. Read More

Investor Toolkit: How to measure the high cost of portfolio turnover

Every Wednesday, we publish our “Investor Toolkit” series on TSI Network. Whether you’re a beginning or experienced investor, these weekly updates are designed to give you specific investment advice. Each Investor Toolkit update gives you a fundamental piece of strategy, such as stock trading advice,… Read More

The cost of frequent trading is usually fewer gains

Rather than “buy and hold,” we think it’s a good idea to invest in stocks and then “buy and watch closely.” That helps answer one important question we frequently get from investors: How often should they sell investments they own and buy new ones?

Our answer… Read More

Here’s a simple way to slash your investment costs

Investors often ask us how often they should sell investments they own and buy new ones. The answer: as rarely as possible. That’s because turnover in your portfolio cuts into your profits.

(How much turnover you should have in your portfolio is one of the… Read More