Limit turnover to boost results

Many investors wonder how often they should sell investments they own and buy new ones. The answer is simple: With quality stocks, 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… Read More

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