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There are all kinds of rules about asset allocation and they involve time horizon and risk tolerance. If you're young, your time horizon is long and you can invest more aggressively. It's based on your age which everyone knows :->) Risk tolerance is more subjective because it's a personal decision. If you're young, your time horizon suggests that you can ...


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I think this is too personal of a question, since only you know how much you are comfortable losing. I would first validate whether I have an adequate Rainy Day fund, am funding my 401(k) at 12%+, saving for a house, and have reserve funds for auto replacement, vacation, insurance deductibles, etc. After all that, ask yourself how much you could throw in a ...


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This can be split into two issues: how much is this worth to B, and of that value that A is supplying to B, how much can A claim? The second question is a matter of negotiation, and is going to depend on issues such as supply and demand, how much confidence people have that those probabilities are correct, and other factors such as possibly their ...


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There's not much to do here: Think in terms of ten separate plays of $100 each and the gain is (8 * $20) while the loss is (2 * $10) such that the average profit is ($140 / 10) and as 14% . The percentage that Person A takes is just competitive marketing. Hedge funds take 20% of profit plus 2% of each year's beginning balance. Asset managers take 1% of ...


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