How to Make the Most of Forex Order Types
Jun 26, 2017
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.
5 Simple Ways to Control Your Emotions When Trading
May 2, 2017
One of the biggest challenges in financial trading is keeping our emotional state of mind in check and preventing it from following the path of least resistance.
Slippage, Requotes and Unfair Price Execution
Mar 13, 2017
Price manipulation allows your broker to make a riskless profit using your money. This means you can receive unfair execution of your trade orders.
How to Use Forex Leverage Safely
Feb 27, 2017
When used correctly, leverage can help you to achieve much bigger returns than you’d normally be able to with your own money. As with all things, leverage needs to be used carefully and in moderation.
Facts and Myths about Forex Trading
Feb 13, 2017
What are the facts and myths about forex trading? This article exposes 7 of the most common myths about trading foreign currencies.
5 Steps to Become a Successful Trader While Holding Down a 9 to 5 Job
Jan 30, 2017
Becoming a successful independent trader is something many people aspire to. You can be your own boss, set your own goals, and choose your own schedule.
Five questions to ask when choosing a trading strategy
Oct 31, 2016
When you start trading, one of the things you’ll want to decide on is what kind of strategy you’ll be using.
The 3 Signals of Ichimoku and How to Trade Them
Apr 14, 2016
As far as technical analysis methods go, Ichimoku or by its full name Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, is one that’s usually put into the “bizarre”...
Is Your Broker Eating Your Lunch?
Mar 31, 2016
Reducing broker fees can be one of the most effective ways to improve your trading profits. This post explains the cost of fees and how to minimize them.
The Straddle Trade: How to Trade Breakouts with Limited Downside
Mar 15, 2016
Straddle trades are so called because they have two separate legs that sit either side of a given price level. More often than not, straddle trades are used to trade breakout events.
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