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The Most Crucial Rule in Online Currency Trading Forex - Patience!

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 Ronen Hersh (January 10, 2009)  I don't think that there is something that can hurt me more than losing the money I invested in the forex market. But, trading in the forex market is not always easy and you must “lose" if you want to win. Getting the basic skills to be able to trade in the forex market can be easy but even if you have the right skills to trade you can make mistakes and lose, the game is hard but .. (Day Trading)

INO Trend Analysis - Free Tool to Watch the Market Trends

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 Ginny Fairham (January 10, 2009)  This tool called the INO trend analysis is a market study created by the guys behind ino.com. It is fundamentally for the analysis of every particular symbol whether stock, forex, futures or options it doesn't matter, as the trend analysis will constantly analyse the chosen symbol and give you an in-depth analysis. It can actually analyse several markets and any time with the only .. (Day Trading)

An Inside Look at How to Make Money Day Trading

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 Sam Lockwood (January 10, 2009)  Here's How To Day Trade To Make Money Day trading is one of the many possible ways to profit by buying and selling stocks.   It uses the volatile nature of the market in a single day.   Since the current market is seeing some of the widest daily swings since the late 1990s, it's a great market for day traders! Through short selling, day traders can profit from stocks even when it .. (Day Trading)

What Are Some of the Secrets of the Best Day Traders?

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 Sam Lockwood (January 10, 2009)  Day Trading Training - What Makes The Pros So Good? Day trading can be an amazing way to make good money, or an amazingly stressful occupation.   No matter what some may say, it's not an easy ride.   You have to put some serious work into it. Day trading in commodities or stocks is, at base, a job.   While it can be a highly lucrative job, it's also one that means you need some .. (Day Trading)

Trading Plan - It is Essential!

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 Nanindyas Susanti (January 10, 2009)  A trading plan is like a map to the trading goals or objectives. It where your rules are used to maximize your winning advantage when you have it and minimize your losses.  No one can predict the future or where the market is going, but a sound trading plan will help traders or investors to keep them focus on the target.  Investors or traders must aware that when they buy or trade .. (Day Trading)

How Many Different CFD Trading Systems Are Available to Make Consistent Profits?

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 William Potter (January 08, 2009)  The number of CFD trading systems is endless but what we are going to look at today are the key components of a CFD trading system and what you might like to focus on when you first get started. The mere fact that you are searching for a CFD Trading System is proof enough that you moving to the next stage of becoming a Professional & Successful CFD Trader. What is a CFD trading .. (Day Trading)

Day Trading Stock Pick - How Do the Pros Find a Winner?

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 Sam Lockwood (December 22, 2008)  Day trading is an excellent way to make good money, and you might be looking for a day trading stock pick. Today we're going to show you how the pros make their picks and what makes them successful. Day trading commodities and stocks is more like a highly lucrative job. You need a number of firmly ingrained habits to be successful at it. The first thing you need is a great sense of .. (Day Trading)

CFD Tutorial - How is it Possible to Trade Sectors Using Contracts For Difference (CFDs)?

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 William Potter (December 20, 2008)  Many people ask the question what is a sector CFD and how can I trade it? To understand how it is possible to trade a sector CFD its important to understand how the market is put together. On the Australian market you have over 1900 stocks available to trade. Each of these stocks is allocated to a particular sector in the market. For example the banking stocks all belong to the Finance .. (Day Trading)

Accessing Intraday Data Kills Your CFD Profits Yet Again - Steps to Avoid This Costly Error

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 William Potter (December 20, 2008)  When it comes to trading Contracts for Difference most people would be better off trading over a longer time frame and staying well clear of intraday data. The reasons for this are very simple: End of day traders avoid emotional intraday decisions Many traders are not quick on their computer New traders are not disciplined at hitting their stop loss Stay clear of irrational intraday .. (Day Trading)

Discover 3 Simple Steps to Minimise Your Risk When Day Trading CFDs

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 William Potter (December 20, 2008)  Today we are going to have a look at the best way to control our risk when trading contracts for difference. Controlling our risk with CFDs comes down the three critical components, let's have a look at those now. 1. Keep leverage to a minimum 2. Always use stop losses 3. Avoid stocks that have a tendency of gapping 1. Keep leverage to a minimum The very first thing you need to .. (Day Trading)

3 Essential Criteria to Determine the Best CFD Market For You to Trade

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 William Potter (December 20, 2008)  Finding the best market to trade using Contracts for Difference (CFDs) is a very personal choice but we'll take a look at some of the key criteria you might want to consider to find the best market for you. Here are 3 components that will make the most difference to choosing the ideal CFD market. 1. Trading a market that allows zero brokerage 2. Trading a CFD market with the right .. (Day Trading)

Professional CFD Traders Know the Importance of Minimising Their Risk - Do You?

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 William Potter (December 19, 2008)  Many people have the idea that CFDs are a very risky product. In actual fact CFDs themselves are not risky. They are just a financial product that you are able to trade and trade in any manner that you like. For example if you wanted to you could trade CFDs into a very risky fashion where you leverage your account to the maximum ensuring that you wins are huge and your losses are .. (Day Trading)

It Takes Time to Become a Good Trader

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 Deji Odusi (December 18, 2008)  Most course advertisements will tell you that you can double your money in a month. Unfortunately we live in a “microwave" generation and most people fall for these claims. People are not ready to go through the process to become a great trader/investor. Trading the market is like a sport. A lot of preparation and training takes place in the background before the athlete begins to . (Day Trading)

Day Trading Tips From the Pros - 4 Secrets to Making Money With Day Trading

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 Sam Lockwood (December 17, 2008)  Day trading is a way to make money, and a way to make good money. It is not, however many people may pitch it, an easy ride. There's work that you need to put into it. As such, day trading stocks or commodities is a job, and a highly lucrative one. It's a job that does require a number of traits to be successful, and habits that need to be ingrained. The first habit is a good time .. (Day Trading)

Here's How People Make Money With Day Trading

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 Sam Lockwood (December 16, 2008)  Day Trading - What It Is, How To Get Started Day trading is a way to make money buying and selling stocks, working on the market's volatility during the day. The current stock market is one of the best day trading markets since the late 1990s, with wide swings on the prices of stocks. Day trading, through short selling, can be used to profit from stocks even when their indicators say .. (Day Trading)

Meta Trader 4 - Forex Metatrader Platform

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 Brian I Park (December 16, 2008)  Meta Trader 4 is forex trading software which serves as a highly user friendly platform for investors, traders and daily spinners alike. Meta trader 4 is software designed by Metaquotes. It's arguably world's most renowned forex trading platform. It provides absolute connectivity to the internet which means you would not miss out on any pip placement. The uptime is less than 1%. It .. (Day Trading)

The Big 3 of Trading Psychology - Confidence, Discipline and Consistency

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 Brian McAboy (December 16, 2008)  Consistently profitable trading comes down to just three simple things. The three are the trading psychology, the system, and the risk and money management. Trading psychology means the big 3: discipline, confidence and consistency. The trading psychology takes precedence because it is needed to make sure that the other two are followed. When they are not followed, a good system and .. (Day Trading)

Day Trading Software - An Important Tool

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 Rick Goldfeller (December 15, 2008)  Day trading is definitely a good way to earn money. You can even generate big profits when you are already established in the world of trading. At first, it can be frustrating, you will at times incur losses. Don't give up at first because you don't just become rich with just one try. Often times you will undergo a series of successes and failures. You should gain the necessary .. (Day Trading)

How to Start Trading FOREX - First Find a FOREX Advisory Service

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 Jamie King (December 14, 2008)  If you're just starting out in the FOREX trading business,  one of the hardest things to find are good sources of information that will enable you to break into the FOREX market.    There is a lot of money to be made in FOREX and as with anything that offers large financial rewards it attracts a lot of scammers and chancers.   Whilst there are many free sources of information .. (Day Trading)

Learn to Day Trade the Smart Way

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 Christopher M Lee (December 11, 2008)  What is day trading? Doesn't everyone trade in the day? Well, traditionally yes, but the day trade is the financial term for when a trader or investor does his buying and selling of commodities or financial instruments on a single market day. All his or her positions and transactions get closed before the market closes on that particular day. All sorts of commodities can be traded this .. (Day Trading)

The True Advantages of Day Trading

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 Rick Goldfeller (December 09, 2008)   Putting our financial matters into the hands of someone else can cause us to worry. Once we've made our decision to entrust a particular individual or company with our financial well-being, thoughts like “I hope I made the right decision" or “can I really trust this wing nut?" run constantly through our minds. For many people out there, like you (maybe), it's easy to .. (Day Trading)

Thousands a Day - Day Trading Stock

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 John McLaughlin (December 09, 2008)  Day trading stock, at this level of profitability, is obviously unique. Unlike other individual financial instruments traded, there are thousands of stocks to choose from, any one of which can provide day trading opportunities (otherwise known as big money wins) - any trading day, at any time of the trading day. This makes stock day trading exciting, and for those who know how, .. (Day Trading)

Is Trading in Futures Right For You?

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 Eric Adamowsky (December 09, 2008)  Trading in futures can result in high returns. However if your crystal ball is even slightly smoky you could wind up with big losses. Trading in futures simply means that you are estimating what price a certain commodity will be at a given time. Commodities futures, corn, wheat, oil among others are traded on the Chicago Mercantile Board. At this exchange, investors can predict where .. (Day Trading)

Everything About Options Trading

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 Eric Adamowsky (December 09, 2008)  Options trading when boiled down to a simple sentence is that the investor is determining that a particular stock will trade at either a higher price or a lower price in a stated time period. Options traders can make determinations of higher price, lower price or if unsure can place options for higher and lower. Making determinations in options provides the investor the opportunity and .. (Day Trading)

Techniques and Strategies in Options Trading

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 Eric Adamowsky (December 09, 2008)  Prior to an investor diving into the options trading market there are some concepts and strategies that must be understood. Some of these include, credit spreads, derivatives, stock options, debit spreads, vertical spreads, options strategies, iron condor, butterfly spread. Lets take a quick look at each of these. Credit Spreads are when a high return option is sold and a low return .. (Day Trading)

The Art of Day Trading

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 Scott A. Cole (December 06, 2008)  Day Trading continues to be one of the most alluring professions as it is one of the few professions that allows you to be self employed and completely independent of bosses, employees and even clients. It is a profession that you can also do easily from home. All you need is a computer and high speed access to the internet. However, Day Trading is also one of the most difficult .. (Day Trading)

7 Key Traits For a Successful Trader - Part 2

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 Allan Lavut (December 04, 2008)  Day Trading. I really hate that name. Why not just trading? After all that's what this is about. We learned in part 1 that price is the only indicator of a stocks true value. Fundamentals, schmundamentals, don't mean a thing. Price is the only true reflection of value. What determines price? As I stated before, it's supply & demand, more commonly known as greed and fear. What is .. (Day Trading)

FAP Turbo Robot Review

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 Joel Ng (December 04, 2008)  There are plenty of “Forex trading robot" in the market. These forex robots provide a solution for people who want to trade the forex market with no human intervention. FAP Turbo robot is the latest and one of the best forex trading robot or software. This Automated forex trading robot is created by 3 IT Students named, Steve, Mike and Ulrice. They took advice from Marcus Leary's . (Day Trading)

Online Stock Day Trading - Pitfalls to Avoid

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 Jayda Kaycee (November 23, 2008)  We hear so many good things about stock day trading, that it is no wonder people want to take part in this exciting business. They prospect of being able to make money through stock day trading is what usually drives people to learn more about the stock markets and how they work. Yet before you rush out there and start investing your money there is another side of it to consider, .. (Day Trading)

Seven Reasons to Trade an Index Instead of Shares

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 Happy Riches (November 21, 2008)  There are significant advantages in trading an index over individual shares. Here are seven of them: 1) When trading an index you are trading a more reliable indicator than when trading a share. The share price can be manipulated but it is harder to manipulate an index. The reason for this is an index consists of a number of different companies that represent billions of dollars. . (Day Trading)

Online Stock Trading - Online Training to Learn Day Trading

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 Jayda Kaycee (November 18, 2008)  There are plenty of great resources to learn about online stock day trading training, but some of the training programs are better than others. If you choose to take advantage of online stock day trading training, then you will have a better chance of making money when you do start investing. It will be the jump start that you need, to help you avoid common errors that often result in .. (Day Trading)

Use the Bias Indicator to Help You With Your Day Trading

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 Eric Kratzer (November 17, 2008)  What is the 30 Minute Bias Indicator and how can I use it? What is the Bias Indicator (BI) The Bias Indicator is basically based on the share price opening range We will investigate: How to select stocks to trade Entry tactics Stop loss settings The Bias Indicator is defined in terms of time and price. The time element is simply the first X number of minutes in the trading day. The .. (Day Trading)

How Lazy Traders Make More Money

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 Arnold Brown (November 17, 2008)  Making too many trades is one of the most common (and destructive) mistakes traders make. You might think it would be something more complicated. Something like misinterpreting patterns, setting stops too loosely, or violating trading rules. But it's not. It's trading too frequently. Why is this? Well, I have a theory about that. . . Most folks have been raised with a strong work .. (Day Trading)

The Difference Between Fundamental and Technical Analysts

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 Markus Heitkoetter (November 16, 2008)  I am a day trader, and yet people sometimes ask me questions about the market that go beyond my area of expertise. They assume that since I am successful at one aspect of the market, I should have insight into questions of national and international economics, particularly as it relates to large scale political events. The fact is that day trading does not require any specialized .. (Day Trading)

The Difference Between Day Trading and Gambling

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 Markus Heitkoetter (November 16, 2008)  I have often said that day trading is fundamentally different from gambling, or at least successful day trading is. A successful trader controls his risk with a thoughtful and well-tested strategy, not intuition; but a gambler depends on luck. Most types of gambling are pure luck, such as roulette or slot machines. But blackjack is a game in which, with a good system, you can have an .. (Day Trading)

Warren Buffet is Not a Day Trader

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 Markus Heitkoetter (November 16, 2008)  Day traders often seek out stories of people who have had amazing success in the markets for guidance. They flock to biographies of financial celebrities hoping to gain insight and tips to get an edge on their own careers. One such celebrity, Warren Buffet, is often seen as a role model, and a recently released book on him, The Snowball: Warren Buffet and the Business of Life, will no .. (Day Trading)

The Problem With Predictions

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 Markus Heitkoetter (November 16, 2008)  Investors often look to experts and experienced traders for their predictions on how the market will trend. For example, I am often asked to predict where the Down Jones Index will be at any given time. The truth is, I have no idea how to answer these questions. Predictions on the market are like throwing a dart. Most traders would be thrilled if they could predict where the Dow will be . (Day Trading)

Day Trading For Novices

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 Shauti Bellinger (October 30, 2008)  Day trading is when you buy some stock and then turn around and sell it for a profit within the same day the stock was purchased. Day traders who do this for a living make their profits by leveraging huge amounts of capital, this way they can take full advantage of small price movements in liquid stocks that are also called indexes. If you are familiar with the stock market and you are .. (Day Trading)

The Basics of a Hammer

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 Leroy Rushing (October 29, 2008)  A hammer is a very simple candlestick, but it has a lot of influence and forecasting ability. Hammers coincide with the hanging man candlestick, which is exactly the opposite of a hammer. A hammer usually appears at the bottom of a chart and is marked by a short positive body with a long descending shadow below it. They live up to their name: you'll know them when you see them. A .. (Day Trading)

5 Crucial Elements For Your Trading Journal

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 Leroy Rushing (October 29, 2008)  A trading journal is a living document that will help you show your successes and failures and make you a better trader. Outside that viewpoint, a trading journal makes accounting that much easier, and tax-time is made a piece of cake. A trading journal can be complex and contain many different entries, or it can be as simple as just five different elements. With that said, this .. (Day Trading)

Day Trading Community - Discuss and Take Wise Decisions

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 David Jose (October 29, 2008)  If you will ask a financial market professional about the toughest jobs of life perhaps you would get the answer that taking wise investment decisions. It is one of the painful aspects of life for sure for investment professionals. Trading in stocks is tough and so to take wise decisions regarding investment. Where to invest and how much capital is to invest? For which time period to .. (Day Trading)

Stay at Home Moms - Financial Market Mania Experts

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 Douglas Glenn Clark (October 29, 2008)  Quiet turns to noise. Calm leads to turmoil. Moods and attitudes change fast and suddenly “I want it now" is the prevailing cry. For stay-at-home moms, it's all in a day's work. But I'm not talking about child rearing. Trading financial markets is today's topic. Mom's get it. They know nothing stays the same very long. They are used to making adjustments. And they have developed .. (Day Trading)

Futures Trading - How to Be a Successful Trader

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 Bryan Moffitt (October 29, 2008)  Many people approach the futures markets much as they would a casino. They trade based on hunches, they do not have a plan, and because of that they get caught up in the excitement of the markets. This causes them to lose sight of what should be their primary objective - making a profit. This is probably a big reason why the majority of new futures traders end up losing money. Before .. (Day Trading)

How to Develop Trading Strategies

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 Markus Heit Heitkoetter (October 28, 2008)  People who want to profit from the market often ask experienced traders how they come up with their trading strategies. Newcomers are often overwhelmed by the amount of available data and are a bit mystified about how to navigate through it. But, even more often, they want to know how to develop a strategy that works consistently, and they expect to find “secrets" that brings them . (Day Trading)

Emini Futures Course - How Mechanical Systems Trading Can Increase Winning Trades

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 Doug Fisher (October 28, 2008)  Index futures are highly volatile and require a certain degree of knowledge and experience to be successful and is the reason many futures traders are always searching for an emini futures course or the next technique that will help them increase the amount of winning trades. Unfortunately, most emini traders seldom stick to the guidelines or rules required to make the course or system .. (Day Trading)

Adding Chart Patterns to Your Trading Plan

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 Leroy Rushing (October 28, 2008)  Charts patterns are not an exact science, and you may need to reform a trading plan to fit patterns into a current strategy. Unlike other indicators, chart patterns occur frequently, but are often hard to see. Or there may be a variety of patterns on the same chart, but on different time frames. Staying profitable means that you'll have to be able to think in two different places at .. (Day Trading)

Get Ready For the Global Financial Crisis

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 Paijo Lopez (October 20, 2008)  The failure of major US investment banks and insurance companies, and sharp declines in stock market indexes are affected the value of the world's major currencies. At present, major banks, central bankers, hedge funds, and home-based investors are in uncertain condition. Generally, when people feel unsure about market direction they will sell off their riskier assets and they buy safer . (Day Trading)

Futures Spread Trading - Increase Your Trading Arsenal Using the Methods of the Professionals

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 Bryan Moffitt (October 20, 2008)  Very few individual speculators trade futures spreads and very few speculators are profitable on a regular basis in the futures markets. Who trades spreads? Primarily hedgers and the professional speculators, and most professional speculators are profitable - otherwise trading would not be their profession for very long. Perhaps then there is some merit to trading spreads. So why is it . (Day Trading)

Day Trading Tricks

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 Michael Pergrem (October 19, 2008)  I have been asked what kind of day trading tricks I use to make as much as I do. Well, I guess I have developed my own day trading tricks and they have been working great for me. Before I jump into what they are I feel it is important to tell you how I made the day trading tricks. You should never get stuck doing one thing, you should always experiment and try new things. That is what .. (Day Trading)

Crude Oil Weekly Outlook

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 Jeremy Ascher (October 19, 2008)  Crude oil prices continued to decline last week reaching a low at 6857 as demand hit a nine year low for the week ended Oct. 10. As demand has been in a steady downtrend, the price of a barrel of oil has been cut in more than half since peaking at 147.27 in July 2008. Crude oil closed the week out at 7185 on Friday's session of mild profit taking. The overall technical trend remains .. (Day Trading)




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