0 Risk Portfolio
What we attempted to do was create a 0 (zero)
risk portfolio based on a Risk
vs. Return theory. First, we invested 100% of our investment funds
in high risk stocks. But, because we did not invest in just one stock,
the overall portfolio's risk was reduced.
Whenever we could, we took our profits
off the table. We would also keep some of the shares from each company
(never selling our entire position.)
Eventually, we were left with 100% of the original funds back in
our hands. Therefore, we have achieved our goal of 0 risk.
We are also left with a sweet, diversified portfolio that includes
several shares of many different companies. This has allowed us
to monitor the market and participate as shareholders/owners.