“I'm so upset that I couldn't attend the Start NOW, Retire Rich symposium, did you by any chance record it so I can watch the event at home?” M.H
On the 11th October 2014, over one hundred like-minded investors attended the Start NOW, Retire Rich Symposium at the Michelangelo.
It was a full day where guest speakers such as, Chris Hart, Justice Malala (The Justice Factor on eNews Channel... ››› more
Becoming a better and more successful forex trader takes time. You learn from your mistakes and experience.
So what can you do to help you become a better forex trader?
Read on to find out…
Forex trading tip #1: Look at the bigger picture
When you’re forex trading, it can be easy to look at only what’s going on right at the moment. Especially if you’re a short-term trader.
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As with other forms of trading, trading forex can be risky.
Yet there are some things you can do that can help to reduce your risk. And increase your chances of turning a profit.
Read on to find out what you can do to improve your chance of making a forex profit…
Three ways to make money forex trading
Forex trading tip #1: Use stop losses
Stop losses are your saving grace wh... ››› more
Do you notice that more often than not, you probably had the good advice on how to prevent your trading losses before you made them?
But for some reason you just keep ignoring it - and you keep making the same mistakes to the detriment of your trading account.
Today I'm going to re-iterate the four trading tips the novice traders make the fatal mistake of ignoring.
1. Adjust your expecta... ››› more
Last year, I attended the “The Pursuit of Wealth and Happyness” event.
Multi-millionaires took the stage and revealed their golden nuggets of achieving huge success.
One gentleman that spoke was Brian Walsh.
He is #1 expert on making big money on the internet and is the founder of the REAL entrepreneur.
Brian has spent the last 42 years achieving mediocre success. But that's wh... ››› more
I want to tell you about the day I started believing in the stock market.
I have a friend who I'm lucky to consider one of my mentors; he used to tell me all the same things I'm telling you now. Buy assets, get into the market, save, even just a little bit and invest conservatively.
Those were good tips but I didn't see a reason for it. You can have all benefits to something but until you ha... ››› more
You might not have heard of it, but the Ichimoku technical indicator is a great tool to use.
You can use it to highlight support and resistance lines. You can even use it to show you breaking points.
Read on to uncover more about this trading tool…
How to read the lines on Ichimoku
There are a few different very easy to understand components that make up the indicator.
You can rea... ››› more
Forex trading comes with its risks. But there are steps you can take to minimise these risks.
Minimise your risks and your profit potential grows.
So what do you need to do? Read on to find out…
Always check you risk/reward before putting a trade on
There are no certainties in the forex market, or any other financial market for that matter. You need to ensure you cover yourself for a... ››› more
If you're new to the trading game, you need to take your time learning the ropes before you jump in with both feet. Where there is the prospect of big gains, there is greater risk. Before you start, you need to ensure that you have a solid understanding of what you're getting into. Read on to uncover five ways to prepare yourself…
Trading tip #1: Take your time
When you first start trading, ... ››› more
When you trade, it's so easy to fall into some bad habits. If you can identify these bad habits and stick to a few important principles, then you have the makings of a successful trader. To get you on the road to financial trading success, read on…
Successful trader ingredient #1: Be patient
Whatever type of financial trading you do, don’t be in a rush to put a trade on. If your targets ar... ››› more
Breakout strategies are ideal to use if you're looking for a very short- to a more medium-term forex trade. They also make the perfect strategy to use in volatile markets. So what's a breakout strategy all about? And what's the best way to apply the strategy? Let's take a closer look…
What are breakout strategies?
Breakout strategies consist of watching a currency pair that’s price has ... ››› more
There are certain traits that make a good forex trader, or any trader for that matter. These include a drive to succeed and solid discipline. If you possess these traits, you're in a good position to do well forex trading. You can improve your chances of success further by having a trading plan. But it's crucial you keep a trading log. Read on to find out why this one item is so vital to your fore... ››› more
To become a consistent, successful trader you need to find a strategy that works for you and continually update it. And, of course, you need to employ good money management skills. A strategy that could prove profitable to you is using short-term moving averages. So how does this work? And what do you need to look out for? Let's take a closer look…
Using short-term simple moving averages
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April and May have been full of public holidays…
And if you took advantage of them with a relaxing holiday, then getting back into trading can be a daunting task.
In fact, D.G feels exactly the same. Here's what he asked me…
“I've just come back from a relaxing holiday in the Maldives, and now I'm ready to get back in the stock markets.
What can I do to get back into trading aft... ››› more
Knowing basic forex terms won't only boost your confidence by making you sound like you've been trading currency for years, it'll also help you trade better. Today, we reveal three forex terms you need to know to take you from “forex dummy” to “forex veteran”…
How learning forex can help you trade better
You’ll trade better and improve your experience in tr... ››› more
When you start out trading forex, or any other trading for that matter, there are some key things you should bear in mind. Without these key points, you're destined for trading failure. Read on to discover what you should have as your grounding for trading forex…
You need a trading strategy to follow
To become a successful forex trader, there are a few forex trading tips that you need to sti... ››› more
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! This is true for most things, especially those that have to do with money. Don't be swayed by big promises, especially if you're new to forex trading. Today, we reveal three tips you can use to spot forex trading scams…
URGENT: Next trade imminent!
On 24th March 2014 Forex Trader subscribers banked a ... ››› more
Are you scared your limited experience in trading forex isn't enough for you to make a success of it? You don't need to be! You, too, can start trading forex. Today, we reveal four expert tips that'll help…
Tired of being bullied by the market?
Angry as your nest egg disappears and you feel helpless?
T... ››› more
When it comes to trading, and investing for that matter, there is one aspect that you'd do well to remember: The trend is your friend. If you trade against the trend, chances are you'll be worse off. Let's take a closer look at why the trend is your friend and why you should apply this to your trading…
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