Trading

Trading

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Does it feel like a white-knuckle ride whenever you put on a trade? If the answer is yes, something is going wrong. This kind of excitement may be great for the recreational trader. But for the day trader it can be devastating.

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Anyone who does it for a living would tell you that day trading certainly isn’t a way to easy riches. With failure rates among...

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Bubbles and blow offs produce winners and losers. The winners are those who get in early or those who anticipate the crash and profit from it. The losers are those don’t see what’s coming.

margin calls

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The phrase “margin call” comes from the days when a brokerage firm would call a client on the phone and ask them to increase...

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A squeeze is where the market is moved to an extreme value in a short space of time. These moves are often temporary, and so they can create some good trading opportunities for turning a quick profit.

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In days gone by much emphasis was put on a trader’s depth of knowledge and their technical ability. This was seen as a key...

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Orders are often seen as nothing more than a side show to the real business of trading. Yet the range of different order types that’s available offers you a powerful and easy way of creating some automatic trading rules.

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To make any market there need to be both buyers and sellers. The bid and offer prices are simply the prices at which other buyers in the market are willing to buy and sellers are willing to sell.

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To manage this risk, what some do is make a simple guess to estimate the potential loss involved.The problem though is this doesn't take the full picture.

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If markets were completely logical and responded only to hard facts we’d see them moving more or less in straight lines with a few jumps here and there when new information arrives.