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    Volatility is your friend

    I remember when I just started learning all about financial markets, forex, stocks, technical as well as fundamental analysis, it all seemed so difficult, yet at the same time very interesting. Before I get ahead of myself - I still do think so and in reality, I still don't know a thing about it. And I haven't really traded anything for a long time now. But I do remember that when I started, I noticed that volatility in the market can make your trading risky, but the risk and return ratio in t... Continue reading

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    Tips from successful day traders, Part 3

    Trade is not a must Every good trader has set his or her requirements that must be met for event to think about making a trade. Sometimes there can be days you see nothing that would justify entering the trade. If that happens, yes, you might have spent 6 hours without a thing to show for it. But that shouldn't matter. If the circumstances for making a trade are not there, they are not there and a trade should not be made. No topmost or lowermost stocks Some traders say that you shouldn't trad... Continue reading

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    Tips from successful day traders, Part 2

    Forget about scared money Don't think about the potential of loss. Learn to use stop orders. Also, you should only trade with money you can actually afford to lose. Otherwise you end up making decisions not based on knowledge, experience and skills, but simply based on the fact that you're scared of losing your money. Day trading without a doubts has loads of risks in it and if you can't take them, don't. It will only lead to catastrophy. Learn to deal with losing In addition to scared money, i... Continue reading

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    Tips from successful day traders, Part 1

    Studies show that only a small percentage of people actively day trading are able to make regular profits. Others often end up with no visible money-loss while others end up losing a lot. It's a fact that day trading is full of risks and while making loads of money is definitely possible, 90% of the people might end up losing a lot instead. While I can't say that following these tips will make you a winner, following many of them definitely won't hurt you either. Start with the basics Before... Continue reading

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    Make money not debt

    In financial markets owing money to banks and service providers and so on is rather usual. Of course, the debts you have in the financial markets are often a bit different kind. One of those debt-like instruments in the financial markets is called leverage. Based on Investopedia 'The concept of leverage is used by both investors and companies. Investors use leverage to significantly increase the returns that can be provided on an investment. They lever their investments by using various instru... Continue reading

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    Make money not debt

    In financial markets owing money to banks and service providers and so on is rather usual. Of course, the debts you have in the financial markets are often a bit different kind. One of those debt-like instruments in the financial markets is called leverage. Based on Investopedia 'The concept of leverage is used by both investors and companies. Investors use leverage to significantly increase the returns that can be provided on an investment. They lever their investments by using various instru... Continue reading

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