One of the mistakes that you might make as a new trader is trying to score big in one shot, instead of playing the fundamental part & winning over the longer-term
Renko charts use bricks, looking like candlesticks with just the body. A Renko chart will completely ignore time & focus only on price changes. Read more!
Understanding the difference between technical & fundamental analysis is the first thing you should focus on when deciding what type of trader you wish to be
No matter what type of trading system you are trying to build, especially of a technical nature, you simply must be able to identify both support & resistance.
Let’s review the challenges of trading in a volatile market. You can be in an uptrend, only to have a headline crossed the wires that turn things back around.
While there is no “magic bullet” when it comes to entries for trades, there are some things that you should keep in mind when getting involved - Read more here!
There’s a lot of misinformation surrounding day trading but as long as sensible risk management is applied, day trading can be a profitable source of income
Using a pullback strategy, means jumping into a market that has established a trend, and then has gone against that trend, forming an ebb and flow over time
While the obvious way to measure a strategy’s success is to look at the profits & losses, there are other things to consider when choosing a trading strategy.
Will too much information ruin your trades?” it may seem somewhat unlikely, but too much information can complicate your trades & even result in losses.
There are things in life that we control. When it comes to trading; we may think that we’re in control, but in fact the trader controls very little when trading.
Is Forex trading a form of gambling? There are similarities, though in trading there are ways in which traders understand the markets & make educated decisions.
The profit potential in a small amount of time attracts people to trade Forex. Yet, with gains comes the potential for losses that must not be reviewed.
Getting a handle on the forex market is a big ask for any kind of trader, but more so, perhaps, for those who trade part-time.
One of the common indicators used by FX traders is the stochastic oscillator. What is it? How is it used to find divergence, and why is it used as a secondary indicator?