I'm about to show you a chart that predicted two of the biggest crashes of the century:
Crash #1: The Dot Com bubble (2000 - 2003)
Crash #2: The Financial Crisis (2007 - 2008)
And now it's predicting the next possible crash. What I like to call “The Debt Crisis”.
In 2007 we had banks collapsing and now we have countries collapsing.
And so we're talking about a crash on a much la... ››› more
One of the benefits of trading contracts for difference (CFDs) is you can put short trades on.
This means if you think the price of a share is going to fall in value, you can potentially profit from this move by selling CFDs instead of buying them.
But short selling has its risks. So how can you improve your chances of success?
Read on to find out…
Follow these six rules to impro... ››› more
When you're trading the stock market for short-term gains, you need to be smart about the risks you take on.
A successful trading strategy comes down to effectively managing your risks. There are three key things to bear in mind and use in your strategy.
Read on to find out what these are…
Trading strategy principle #1: Keep your losses small
Trading all comes down to making money... ››› more
Yep, that's right! The two little words you say when you throw in the towel, say uncle and move on to greater things.
Two words which emphasise a whole change to your life and what you pursue in.
It may be better for the future or for the worse. You'll hear it in every business and every industry you work in.
It's been a difficult two months with trading and the market environment is not ... ››› more
If you're new to trading, it's easy to let the excitement of making mouth-watering profits from your new venture stand in the way of dealing with vital aspects of your strategy.
But before you even contemplate putting a trade on, you must realise the importance of risk management and make it a major part of your strategy.
So why is risk management so important when you trade? And how can you... ››› more
If you glance at your bank statement for the month, chances are it's full of outgoings. Your monthly bills and expenses all chipping away at your bank balance.
The only light at the end of the tunnel is your salary's appearance on pay day.
What if there was a way you could earn money between pay days? Boosting your bank balance and giving you extra money to do with what you like.
The good... ››› more
“Sometimes I get home from work and the last thing I want to do, is read anything. Do you have any audio recordings on your trading articles you send out?” -P
I know exactly what you're talking about!
I'm sure after a long day at work, you get home sometimes and all you want to do is kick your shoes off, grab a drink and lounge in front of the TV or browse the internet all night!
Very... ››› more
Many people want to give trading a go. But not everyone is good at it and, more importantly, makes money from it.
So what makes a successful trader?
Read on to find…
Trait #1 of a successful trader: Confidence
A successful trader is confident. It takes time to build this confidence, but over time by working on your strategy, you’ll achieve it.
Confidence as a trader means hav... ››› more
Having a strategy to follow is a must for any trader. Your trading strategy will help you find entry and exit points into trades and limit your risk.
But even if you have the best trading strategy out there, there's a big problem you have to contend with. That problem is your emotions.
Unfortunately trading brings emotions out. And they can play havoc with your profits.
So what can you do... ››› more
You've most likely heard the stock market adage ‘the trend is your friend'.
As a trader, you might want to try to ignore a trend by attempting to time a turning point in the market.
But to improve your chances of trading success, you should trade with the trend.
The ins and outs of a trend
A trend describes the general direction in which a financial instrument mov... ››› more
The psychology behind every trader has a big impact on the way they trade.
It's important you identify the emotions that trading triggers and avoid making decisions based on them.
So how can you beat your emotions?
Read on to find out…
How to stop your emotions from interfering with your trading
Don’t let emotions negatively impact the success of your trading. To overcome the... ››› more
Making money from trading isn't just about how good your trading system is. You have to overcome your emotions too.
Emotions can have a large impact on your success as a trader. They can make you respond in ways that dent your performance and lead you to make costly mistakes.
So how can you overcome your emotions when you trade?
Read on to find out…
The impact of psychology on you... ››› more
Trading contracts for difference (CFDs) gives you an opportunity to profit from the ups and down of shares and indices.
But before you begin trading, you need to ensure you're ready. And once you start trading, you need to keep some key things in mind.
Read on to uncover the top tips to keep you right when you trade CFDs…
Before you trade CFDs, make sure you tick these boxes…
Th... ››› more
There's nothing to beat getting a trade right and bagging a healthy gain. It's good for the trading ego.
But the challenge for many traders is putting a trade on. You want to, but uncertainty starts to creep in.
So how can you deal with this?
It will ultimately depend on whether you have what it takes to be a successful trader…
The underlying psychology of trading
When your tra... ››› more
Psychology and behaviour have such a big impact on the way you invest and trade.
Overcoming these emotions is one way to help yourself become a better trader and, more importantly, more successful.
So what can you do?
Read on to find out…
Never forget why you’re trading
If you’re new to trading, you may be excited at the beginning, but after a while some doubt starts to cr... ››› more
Overtrading is the ruin of many traders.
What tends to happen is after having a run of winning trades, you keep putting on new trades with no real plan of action.
Your winning streak comes to an end and you start losing money. You struggle to make any winning trades and you continue to lose money.
This train of events can lead many traders to stop trading.
So how can you avoid overtrad... ››› more
Picking a share to trade for profit isn't always easy.
What is important is you calculate the risk you take on and have rules for entering and exiting your trades. Doing this should help to increase your win rate.
So how can you go about finding trades and putting them on?
Read on to find out one trading strategy…
How to start with a trade
The first step in your trading strate... ››› more
Trading comes with its risks. But these risks come with the potential for substantial gains.
So how can you improve your chances of putting on profitable trades and coming out on top?
Read on to find out…
Trading tip #1: Know your market inside and out
Whatever market it is you decide to trade, make sure you know exactly how it works. You need to know the trading hours of your mar... ››› more
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