2 Comments on “More Risk Doesn’t Always Mean More Reward”

  1. Agree with your points on maximising the efficiency of your funds by allocating to the highest return investment. However, one point not considered: the long term investments are much more passive, so at some point when you don’t have time to trade actively – the trade-off between highest return and passiveness changes dynamics somewhat.

  2. Great points, Grant. There are some options strategies which are simple enough that they can feel passive at times.

    John Locke’s super simple spreads is one example.

    Some of those trades take about 15 minutes a month of actual trading (plus a quick check of the market from your phone each day).

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