When we were students, we received marks from the teachers in the exams. Sometimes it went fine, others not so good. In any case, the mark was an easy reference to know if we had passed or not. Why not using it in personal finances? That is the portfolio score in T-Advisor.
T-Advisor, as software mainly thought to control and organize individuals’ investments, was designed to be easy to understand for everyone, either the person had deep financial knowledge or not. We conceive the portfolio score as a personal reference that reports about the quality of our investments related to some measures. The marks are between 0 (the worst) and 10 (the best).
How do you receive your mark? T-Advisor accounts:
- Diversification: the more diversified portfolio with more positions, the better, as you reduced your risks.
- Trend: a good score has a bullish trend, against a sideways or, even worst, a bearish.
- Risk: T-Advisor compares your risk profile against the general portfolio risk. The system defines a risk range for every profile. Think about you are conservative and your portfolio risk is high: something goes wrong and you receive a low score.
- Performance: as before in risks, T-Advisor establishes a range for the investment profile expected return. If the portfolio return is in it, it marks. If the return is nearest to the highest point in the range, your mark will be also higher.
T-Advisor suggests the investor possible improvements in every measure. For instance, as we see in the picture above, it recommends a review of the bearish positions. How can the T-Advisor user find new investment ideas? Searching in our “Market opportunities” tool or looking at in every position report (our T-Report) some alternatives that the own system suggests.
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