I have spent the last nine months reading and learning all I can about the market. I work in the industry (mining and oil and gas focused) so I am exposed to listed companies as a part of my job which also helps understand what is happening in the market. I have reached a point where I really want to have a go in real life and stop reading about how to drive a car and actually get behind the wheel so to speak.
I currenty don't have too much free capital (just built a house) and would only have $2000 to play with, one thing that puts me off is that the books that I have read and would like to implement (Nick Radges strategies in Unholy grails) don't really work with such limited capital as its impossible to position size and diversify properly (or can these strategies still work??). The flip side though is $2000 is not much money and if I lost it all I wouldn't be ruined.
I guess I am chasing some insight and guidance from the more experienced people here... what would you recommend I do with such limited capital, I really want to stop reading and start doing... Will the strategies still potentially work?