Archive | December, 2010

Fundamentals Of A Trading Plan

30. December 2010

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Fundamentals Of A Trading Plan

Establish a plan and define specific risk and profit objectives before trading. Maintain the necessary discipline to follow that plan through both good and bad times. Successful traders will agree that discipline contributed more to their success than their trading philosophy itself. Remember that the key to any plan is how well it holds over [...]

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Enormous Profits Small Risk

28. December 2010

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This particular technique requires a little practice and it is something that is well worth looking out for. I call it roofing and flooring. It is best done using a large time scale like a weekly or monthly chart and then lowering the time scale for entry. It works like this. First bring up a [...]

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Maximum Profit Targets

23. December 2010

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This lesson we are going to work out the best way to take maximum profits from a position long or short. Many traders know how to get into a position but are often uncertain when they should get out. In our last lesson we discussed Fibonacci levels and how to use these levels for entry [...]

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How to Draw Fibonacci Retracements on Metatrader4

21. December 2010

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How to Draw Fibonacci Retracements on Metatrader4

Interested in trading using the Fibonacci Indicator? Here’s a cool video that shows you how to draw Fibonacci Retracements on your Metatrader 4 trading platform. The Fibonacci retracements are a favourite of many Forex Traders. Check it out for yourself: Posted by Admin www.tradingforbeginners.com Discover “Next Generation Trading” systems to improve your trading results. Learn [...]

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The Joy of Options

20. December 2010

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The Joy of Options

Lee Grey Grey Matter tradingforbeginners@optioninsight.com http://www.optioninsight.com Owning stock has only two, maybe three, possibilities The stock goes up. Or the stock goes down. Or, as a third possibility, it does a little of both. If you buy a stock, all you want it to do is go up. If you sell a stock short or [...]

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