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What Is A Stop Loss And Why We Need One?
This article will explain what a stop loss is and why we need one when trading. We go over a few stop loss methods and look at some of the pro’s and cons.We end with how you should consider the profit factor ratio of your trading system and factor this in when choosing a stop loss method.What I’ve Learned From Surveying Hundreds of Traders
Just a few months ago, I had a great opportunity to participate in conducting a big survey among breakout traders from all around the world to realize what their biggest struggle was. To me, it was a pretty exciting project, because breakout trading has been my full-time job for many years (since 2017 I am also running a private breakout hedge fund) and I am always curious to learn more, not just about the breakout trading itself, but also about what other breakout traders are doing or what they might be struggling with.Bull Market Early or Bear Market Trap?
For virtual currency investors, the more important question is whether this round of currency price rises is a restart of the bull market or a bear market trap. Yesterday evening, Bitcoin experienced a soaring price in just one hour. The price rose from the violence of about…Modern Ways of Position Sizing
When I first started with trading more than a decade ago, I thought trading success was about being right – knowing when to enter the market and milk some money out of it quickly. Pretty soon the markets taught me that this was not the right path to follow!Know the Different Times of the Day to Make Profits
Every trader should know how stocks behave at different times of the day. By knowing how volume and price movement is affected, you can have a competitive advantage over those traders that don’t.How to Use One Day Patterns in Your Trades
One day patterns should be a part of almost every trade you take. By looking at the previous day, you may be able to determine the market direction today.Significance of Hedging Energy Commodities
Although some consider Hedging to be an advanced and difficult to discern concept, the execution of hedges is in fact extremely basic. Risk managers can use futures contracts, over-the-counter swaps, call and put options, and combinations thereof to lock-in prices for a given period. This allows a company to know exactly what they will pay for their energy during that time and plan for that price accordingly.Smart Trading Options for Conservative Investors in 2018
When it comes to the stock trade for the conservative investor, there is no doubt we’re talking about stock options. But, what exactly is a conservative approach to trading? And what techniques can the savvy investor utilize in 2018 to manage risk and ensure growth?3 Types of Financial Analysis and When They Matter
Financial analysis is conducted using information posted on a business’ financial statements to evaluate the current financial position and the past performance. Financial Key performance indicators such as liquidity, profitability, and solvency among others highlighted by this process are used to ascertain the financial strengths and weaknesses of the business entity. This analysis can be performed internally within the organization to facilitate decision making by management.These 3 Indicators Work Extremely Well to Set Your Trades
Quick overview on how to use Parabolic SAR, Stochastic Oscillator, and Bollinger Bands to achieve successful trades. These 3 indicators will work well together as a way to verify your entry and exit points of a trade.