Learning To Trade Forex

Many new traders looking at learning to trade Forex typically make the mistake of wasting a great deal of time aimlessly sifting through the endless online material available, with a view to conquering the markets by themselves. The increasingly easy access to trading platforms and educational materials tends to encourage the view that aspiring ...

2018-04-03 James Harte Read more
Manage Your Risk

Learning to Read the Market For many new traders, risk management is a complex subject. Learning how to properly manage your risk in a dynamic environment requires plenty of time spent in front of the charts getting to grips with the way price moves, the way your strategy works and most importantly, the way your mind works. Any successful trade...

2018-03-20 James Harte Read more
Ed Seykota

Learn From the Best As with all endeavours, one of the best ways to learn and develop your talent and ability is to follow the wisdom of those who have walked the path and achieved success. In the world of financial markets trading, one such person is Ed Seykota. Ed Seykota is a Dutch trader who made a name for himself by pioneering “Trading...

2018-04-13 James Harte Read more
Tips for Forex Beginners

If you’re a newcomer to the forex market, the sheer amount of information and strategies on the internet might seem overwhelming. The key is to take it slow and start with the basics. Here’s a list of tips for forex beginners to keep in mind when you begin your journey.   Learn the Basics Get a complete and deep understanding of the fo...

2018-03-23 Orbex Read more
Questions before entering a trade_2806

There are many different approaches to trading. From technical signals given by the indicators to the fundamentals that become the driving force in the asset or instrument. Put a few traders in a room and chances are that they will trade the same asset or instrument differently. Despite the different approach to trading, there are some key ques...

2017-06-28 John Benjamin Read more
economic indicators

Economic indicators are dime a dozen and the markets react in its own way. While some economic reports cause sharp movements in prices, some economic reports are just ignored. It suffices to say that not all economic indicators are created equally. So what reports move the markets and what reports don’t? More importantly, why does the market som...

2016-12-06 John Benjamin Read more
Inside Bar Trading Strategy

Among the various candlestick and bar chart patterns that a trader is usually familiar with, one particular pattern has grown to become a favorite of mine. The inside bar pattern! Of course, the concept of a candlestick or bar patterns are subjective, and it mainly depends on a trader's familiarity and experience of using a certain type of cand...

2016-09-13 John Benjamin Read more
Peter Lynch

Peter Lynch is a renowned stock investor. He was the manager of the Magellan Fund at Fidelity Investments, where he shot to fame after averaging over 29% annual returns consistently for 11 out of 13 years. He grew the funds from $20 million to $14 billion. Lynch, unlike many other famous investors, brought his own unique style to picking stocks....

2017-09-20 John Benjamin Read more
Trading goals

Repetition! Yes, you read it right. Repetition! Ever wondered why in the field of medicine, the doctors and surgeons at the top of their game often specialize in a single field? We take it for granted that Roger Federer can never fill the shoes of Messi on a soccer field and neither can Messi fill the shoes of Fedex at Roland Garros. Some of ...

2017-07-26 John Benjamin Read more
Sudoku trading

Sudoku might not have anything to do with trading, but the puzzle offers some similarities such as probability, mistakes that can make you start playing from scratch to looking at other blocks for context. Here are five important trading lessons Sudoku can teach you. Sudoku puzzles have been around for quite a long time. Dating back to the 18th...

2016-04-26 John Benjamin Read more