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  • How to improve your trading strategy and profit potential
  • A strategy is a vital part of trading. By sticking to a strategy you know when you should be entering and exiting trades. It should include risk management. And it should also help keep your emotions from interfering with your trading decisions. If you're looking to improve your trading strategy, here's one way to do it… Only put trades on when the market is overbought or oversold ... ››› more
  • [03 September 2015]
  • Uncovering pivot points: How to use this handy tool for managing your trades
  • One very useful technical indicator are pivot points. You can use them to show you where there is support and resistance in the market. They're useful for helping you decide when to enter and exit a trade. Pivot points are a popular tool amongst both professional and retail traders. So how can you use them on your charts? Read on to find out… How to use pivot points on your cha... ››› more
  • [26 August 2015]
  • How to use exit orders to protect you against the downside and bag your profits
  • Once you start trading, you want to be able to set your trades up so you don't have to watch them all the time. This includes setting take profit levels and stop loss levels. So how can you do this? It all comes down to using exit orders. Read on to find out what you need to do… How to use exit orders to protect against large losses When you trade, you’ll never be right 10... ››› more
  • [21 August 2015]
  • Trading indicators: The basics of pivot points
  • When it comes to trading, over time you'll find different indicators you like to use and that give you the best success rate. One popular trading indicator is pivot points. It can be very insightful. To use them, you need to understand the basics. Read on to find out more about pivot points… What are pivot points? Pivot points are trading indicators. They show you levels of suppor... ››› more
  • [19 August 2015]
  • This is the most hated currency right now
  • Dear trader, Not many things make my blood boil, but this week's been a monumental exception. We've seen: ~ Oil crash below the $50 ~ Commodity prices continue to make new lows ~ The dollar keeps getting stronger and stronger ~ Greece has accepted a bailout after they had a referendum to vote against any government interference! By now I probably sound like a broken recorder, becaus... ››› more
  • [17 August 2015]
  • Technical analysis 101: How to use chart patterns to boost your profits
  • Technical analysis can be an extremely useful tool for trading. It can highlight potentially profitable trades and give you warning signals when changes are afoot. Spotting specific patterns on charts is one way to use technical analysis to your benefit. So how do these patterns work? And which ones are worth looking out for? Read on to find out… The benefits of using chart patter... ››› more
  • [27 July 2015]
  • How to work out how much you need to start trading
  • You can open a trading account with as little as R500 with some brokers. Whilst this is a reasonably small amount, you shouldn't use this as the basis for working out how much you need to start trading. Instead you should base the amount you start off with on the money and risk strategy you're going to use once you start trading. So how much do you need? Read on to find out… D... ››› more
  • [22 July 2015]
  • Trading strategies 101: How to use chart patterns to profit
  • Spotting different patterns on charts can be a great way of identifying possible trades. There are many different types of patterns, such as continuation patterns. But there is one thing you need to keep in mind when using them. And this will also increase your chances of making profitable trades. Read on to find out more… Using continuation patterns to spot trading opportunities ... ››› more
  • [20 July 2015]
  • How to spot a cup and handle pattern and profit
  • Using technical analysis as your trading strategy can be extremely useful. By identifying patterns forming on charts, you can get an indication of what lies ahead for the price of an asset. One very useful pattern is a cup and handle. If you spot one of these forming on a share, there's a good chance the price of an asset is going to soar. So what are the identifying features of a cup and ha... ››› more
  • [17 July 2015]
  • Trading basics: Getting to grips with trend lines
  • When you trade, you want to know what the overall trend of the market is. This applies to whether you're trading shares, currencies, commodities or any other asset. The trend is important as you should trade with the trend, not against it. So how can you identify the market trend? It all comes down to using trend lines… What are trend lines? Trend lines are the basis of a succe... ››› more
  • [15 July 2015]
  • Spot one of these patterns and get ready to profit
  • Charting can be a great way of spotting potential trades and ways to profit from movements in the financial markets. There are a number of different chart patterns to use to your benefit. Continuation patterns give you the chance to get into a trade while the price takes a breather before resuming its trend. One great continuation pattern to use are pennant patterns. Read on to find out h... ››› more
  • [13 July 2015]
  • Trading patterns: How to spot a trend change using wedge patterns
  • When you're in a trade, wouldn't it be good if you could predict when the trend is going to change? To help you spot a brewing reversal in trend, you can use wedge patterns. So what are wedge patterns? And how can you use them to spot trend reversals? Read on to find out… What are wedge patterns? Wedge patterns are reversal patterns. When they appear on price charts, they tend ... ››› more
  • [10 July 2015]
  • How to use these triangles to profit from bullish and bearish trends
  • Triangle patterns can be extremely useful. They can indicate a trend is just taking a breather and should shortly resume its trend. Two triangle patterns are the ascending triangle and the descending triangle. One is a bullish pattern, the other is a bearish pattern. Let's take a closer look at how they work and how you can use them when you're trading… Getting to grips with bullish ... ››› more
  • [09 July 2015]

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