Can Forex trading really make money? Is it really possible to make more money from trading than you'll lose? What are the risks you'll have to take on in order to succeed as a Forex Trader? These are the hard questions Timon Rossolimos answers in this five minute Forex Lesson
If you missed the begining of the Five Minute Forex mini course, it's not too late to catch up - register here ... ››› more
Do you ever close a winning trade early just to book a profit?
And, when you have a losing trade, do you sit and wait for it to turn around so that you can break-even. But it just never does?
Well, this is how non-profitable traders think. Your natural instincts go against profitable trading.
I'm going to show you how you can re-program your thinking so that you can become a consistent pr... ››› more
Many investors spend their investment career battling against the market. This leaves them taking on too much risk and not reaping the rewards.
You buy into a share. The share price plummets, but you hold on and in the process lose money.
Or you buy into a share. The share price rockets, but you sell out quickly to grab profits when there's still a lot more to come.
So how can you ensure ... ››› more
Investing is all about taking on certain levels of risk in the hope of reward. With investing, risk all comes down to the volatility experienced in the assets you put money into, for example, a share. The big question when it comes down to your portfolio is how much risk should you take on? Let's take a closer look at how to answer this…
How much risk is right for you?
The amount of risk ... ››› more
In an ideal world, you could make a great return on your money with no worries attached. Unfortunately, this isn't the case. With investments, you have to accept the relationship between risk and return. The more risk you take on, the higher the potential gain is. Let's take a closer look at risk when you invest…
What is risk?
When we talk risk with investments, it all boils down to volatil... ››› more
In the stock market, everything boils down to risk and return. Generally speaking, the higher the risk, the higher the potential return. These two factors go hand-in-hand. And penny shares are no different. With penny shares, there's potential for huge gains, but with that potential comes higher risk. Let's have a look at the risks involved with penny shares…
Wouldn’t it be great if every pe... ››› more
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