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What does it take to be a Successful Day Trader?
 
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What does it take to be a Successful Day Trader? Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. What do need to have to succeed in day trading? What do need to have to succeed in intraday day trading? Do you make use of momentum trading techniques? We've been informed that you like to use swing trading and intraday trading techniques - which do you prefer? Yes, I can use either depending on the market opportunities that arise. Discipline is one of the biggest factors as a day trader. We are taught thru life that being wrong is bad but that's normal in trading!
Views: 61258 UKspreadbetting
Developing a Profitable and Winning Trading System
 
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How do you go about formulating a strategy with a positive expectancy? Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. Winning more than you lose. The way that I personally formulate strategies is to spot at recurring themes and then start testing - you take the basic theme - say a breakout at a certain level - if I use a stop loss here and a target here - how often would I be right. And I would use different levels to identify better strategies. Most traders focus their efforts on finding the best trading system but this will not by itself make you money. Please comment. The problems with most traders is mindset - they tend to hesitate when taking decisions especially when following systems.
Views: 21034 UKspreadbetting
How do you time entry and exit points?  Do you scale in and out of trades?
 
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How do you time entry and exit points? Charlie Burton comments. It really varies according to whether I'm trading on an intraday basis or a swing trading basis. How do I time them? Its very much dependent on the strategy. Do you scale in and out of trades? Do you make use of trailing stop loss orders?
Views: 24073 UKspreadbetting
Markets are Rigged.  Using Charts and Technical Analysis alone is a road to the Poorhouse
 
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Are the markets rigged? Is the stock market rigged? Why can't we use charts alone to analyse the markets? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. You believe that all major stocks markets are fixed/rigged. Why and how can we use this to our advantage? When we just base ourselves on charts and fundamentals, the problem you have is that everybody else is looking at the same charts and fundamentals. The markets knows you as a trader by looking at charts so they know when retail traders are going to buy or sell.
Views: 82410 UKspreadbetting
Making a 10% Gain per Month Trading the Financial Markets?
 
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How much capital is needed to start trading? Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. Is it feasible to expect to make a 10% gain per month trading the financial markets? What type of returns do you target? You seem to favour making small and constant gains? These days the way the brokers are working you can trade in pennies per pip - you can literally be risking a few pounds on a trade. Of course you can make a 10% gain but that would imply taking higher risks. If you make a rule like wanting to make 1000 pounds a day, what you are actually doing is imposing a rigid structure into your trading which sounds like the right thing to do but what happens if you underperform? And what happens if you make more? Do you stop trading? Do you like to make small and constant gains or do you target the big returns?
Views: 26540 UKspreadbetting
Trading Full-Time versus Trading Part-time: When to Trade and When Not to Trade?
 
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Trading Full-Time versus Trading Part-time: When to Trade and When Not to Trade? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. How much money do you need to make a living from trading? You can't make a living from a thousand pounds; to make a decent amount you need at least 25k. How often should one trade? If you are trading forex you would be trading within minutes - if trading equities or indices you could be opening and closing positions in matter of days or weeks. The time to trade is when you are absolutely confident on your research and gut instinct i.e. experience. Does anyone really want to be a full-time trader?
Views: 17773 UKspreadbetting
Markets are moved by Politics and Psychology: Dow Jones will hit 20,000!
 
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Nothing on the Geopolitical Plane Happens by Accident. Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. According to you, whatever news and data that is put out there to the public and almost all market calls by the big players is simply to move the retail investor in the direction which they want him/her to move. Why do you mean by this in layman’s terms? Our markets are so controlled; that nothing big happens by accident around the world . Everything revolves around an agenda. You take views based on geopolitical and macroeconomic agenda.
Views: 38566 UKspreadbetting
Most Trading Advice is not for your Benefit!
 
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Most Trading Advice is not for your Benefit. Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. Trading part-time is possible; when there's a will there's a way. What style of trading do you recommend for someone who has a day job? Medium to long term trading. Take a position and maybe don't take too much margin so you are not impacting the way you are functioning during the day because you're worried. The worst trading advice I hear is that trading will make you rich and that you need little money. Should we trust market calls and recommendations made by analysts?
Views: 9916 UKspreadbetting
Are the Markets a Casino? Is Trading Gambling?
 
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Are the Markets a Casino? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. The markets are definitely a place your gamble. But I think you have to take every trade very seriously - it is real money - this 1000 pounds can pay your bills. Don't take it as a joke even if you're young. Make sure to approach all trades with a winning attitude. Most traders end up lose money. Most traders lose money due to stop losses or by listening to analysts or they look at the market as a casino which they shouldn't.
Views: 17963 UKspreadbetting
Why do so many traders fail and give up on trading?
 
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Why do so many traders and give up on trading? Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. The odds are stacked against traders succeeding and it’s not market makers or brokers. Please comment. Most traders fail because they have unrealistic expectations at the beginning of their trading journey.
Views: 7885 UKspreadbetting
The Worst Mistakes Beginner Traders Make
 
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Common Trading Mistakes and How to Avoid Them by Rowena Harris-Doughty of LCG http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/spreadbetting/LCG-compare.html Many novice charge full-throttle in the markets with big idea and high profit expectations but soon find out that making money trading the financial markets is not as easy as they expected. Trading can be hugely rewarding but trading is also very demanding. Being too emotional or losing your 'cool' is a recipe for disaster.
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Do you prefer short-term trading or holding positions for the long term?
 
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Tell us about your Trading Style. Charlie Burton, trader and educator responds. My trading style has changed over the years. I believe that as a trader we have to evolve according to the market conditions. I use a top-down approach for trading - I use the higher time frames to help in my decisions and I use the smaller time frame for execution. If i'm looking at a daily or weekly chart and I see a certain trend on the daily or weekly chart then I'll be drilling down on a 4 hour or hourly chart for an actual entry. What would you say are your favorite kinds of setups? Would you define yourself as a trader or an investor? What kind of trader are you? Day trader/swing trader/position trader? – why do you favour this trading style? You trade intraday patterns in stock indices – what is it exactly that you look for? Do you prefer short-term trading or holding positions for the long term?
Views: 12064 UKspreadbetting
Trading for a Living: Best and Worst Parts of the Job
 
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What is your favorite part about the job? [i.e. about trading and analyzing markets]. What is your least favorite? Vince Stanzione, veteran trader and investor comments. If you found value in watching this video, PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE so we can do more! Do you have a favourite trading rule? The best part is that its not a job and I have a great deal of flexibility - not really having to be at an office. I like reading and researching and looking for ideas. The worst parts is that you get anxious sometimes but again if you control your emotions you can cope.
Views: 10138 UKspreadbetting
Day Trading is not a Fast Track Road to Get Rich Quick
 
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Day Trading is not a Fast Track Road to Early Retirement. Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. Making money with trading is possible but it is not possible to do it with day trading. Let's face us most people are lazy and just have dreams. They just want money 'right now'! Most get into trading thinking they will use it as fast track to early retirement. What are your thoughts on this?
Views: 8484 UKspreadbetting
What is your method for Risk Management and Money Management?
 
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What is your method in risk management and money management? Charlie Burton trader and educator comments. Money Management - when you get into a position, do you already know where you may be getting out in terms of the stop losses / profits? I'm a target based trader. Do you ever average down into a losing trade? It comes back to risking only a small amount per trade; always risk a small amount of your capital - if you only have 1000 pounds in your account - you shouldn't risk more than 10 quid. That way you won't get discouraged by losing trades and you will be able to sleep at night. What do you do to cope when having bad days.
Views: 7992 UKspreadbetting
Rules for Identifying Support and Resistance Levels
 
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Introducing Support and Resistance by Rowena Harris-Doughty of LCG http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/spreadbetting/LCG-compare.html Applying support and resistance levels to your charts are very useful technical tools to use in your trading. Support and Resistance are consider important in terms of market psychology and supply and demand. Traders may adopt two methods; one is the bounce, the other is the break
Views: 26271 UKspreadbetting
Tell us more about your 80/20 Rule of Trading?
 
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Could you tell more about your 80/20 Rule of Trading? Steve Ruffley, day trader comments. Is your approach discretionary or do you utilize mechanical trading systems to help you in your trading? You have an 80/20 rule of trading. Could you tell us a little bit about that? With regard to technical trading which takes up the 80%, are there specific indicators or chart patterns that you look at? Guys, please appreciate this guy is a day trader, meaning he holds and sells positions for very short periods and as such his methodology may be different to others. Like most traders out there I've tried to trade off algorithms and black boxes and I've come to the conclusion that it doesn't work. As such I believe human beings are still the best traders out there. It is as simple as that - what you can't program is the pscyhology of trading; that's the real art of trading. I believe that 80% of the times markets move due to technicals
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How good was your performance when you started trading?
 
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How good was your performance when you first started trading? Steve Ruffley of InterTrader http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/intertrader/intertrader.html comments . Guys, please appreciate this guy is a day trader, meaning he holds and sells positions for very short periods and as such his methodology may be different to others. You are a day trader - isn't that kind of trading a zero-sum game - a dog eat dog thing? How good (or bad) was your performance when you first started trading? What challenges did you face when starting out? The Markets are forever changing/evolving Over the years, what did you learn and what did you change in the way you approach the markets? Trading is about as risky as it gets, if you don't like risk go play golf.
Views: 50440 UKspreadbetting
Truths about Stop Losses That Nobody Tells You!
 
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Is utilizing stop loss orders for the average trader a good or bad idea? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. Why are stop losses the main reason for being taken out of the game? What methods do you employ to minimise losses? How do you determine if a trade has failed other than its performance after entry? I am definitely against using tight stop losses. I do utilise stop losses but my stops are not tight at all.
Views: 309623 UKspreadbetting
Trading for a Living: Best and Worst Trades over the Years
 
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Why do you trade? Best and Worst Trades over the Years. Charlie Burton comments. In 2002 I was trading to make income to live off. Today I trade my pension to provide for my future. But I also love the challenge of trading. You lost £250,000 in your first year of trading solo – tell us more. You once made £7,000 in five minutes on a single gold trade. How did you do that and what is your target these days? Were you hurt by the financial crisis of 2008-2009 or the Dotcom Bubble?
Views: 28278 UKspreadbetting
Avoiding the Big Drawdowns: What is Poor Risk Management?
 
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What is Poor Risk Management? Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. You once said ‘We’ve seen plenty of traders over the years make huge returns on their accounts, well over 1000 per cent in a relatively short period of time, but as soon as they hit a drawdown period they just as quickly give it all back. This is because they were trading well beyond risk limits in the first place.” How to handle drawdowns? Poor risk management would be anything risking 2 or 3% on any trade - and also doubling up. Poor risk management is more like gambling
Views: 6574 UKspreadbetting
How to Trade Successfully With a Day Job!
 
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How to Trade Successfully With a Day Job Vince Stanzione, veteran trader and investor comments. If you found value in watching this video, PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE so we can do more! What trading style do you recommend for someone who has a day job? I know you can trade on a part-time basis; even I now trade on a part-time basis. The worst traders tend to be those that leave their full-time job and think they have to trade all the time. If you have a day job I don't recommend day trading - I would be trading trends. Why do people open spread betting accounts with small amounts like 500 pounds or a thousand pounds? If day trading is not the right path for most, then what is the path you think is best for the majority of traders? Is it realistic to use leverage to amplify returns when the capital is so low? Trend trading is the ideal way for most people to trade.
Views: 4718 UKspreadbetting
Basics of Fundamental Analysis in Forex Trading
 
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Fundamental Analysis by Rowena Harris-Doughty of LCG http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/spreadbetting/LCG-compare.html Fundamental Analysis is a way at looking at the forex markets by analysing economic, social and political forces that may affect the supply and demand of an asset. To do this, fundamental traders study macro-economic indicators and data that is published regularly at particular times by governmental agencies and the private sector. Understanding fundamental macro analysis and the key indicators that traders work with including the labour market, economic growth, trade, housing data and retail sales. Note: Spread betting and CFD trading carry a high level of risk to your capital and can result in losses that exceed your initial deposit. They may not be suitable for everyone, so please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved.
Views: 32843 UKspreadbetting
Who would make a good financial trader?
 
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What would make a good financial trader? Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. Women can sometimes be quite good traders - they don't have the same type of ego as men or get overly greedy. Logical thinkers - people with engineering background can also be good - as they are less likely to start gambling with their trading. Tenacity is also very important.
Views: 5549 UKspreadbetting
Does trading get easier over time?
 
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Does trading get easier over time? Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. Budding traders should expect to lose money for the first few years. How long does it take for an average trader to become profitable in his trading? Tell us more. Some people are just no cut out for trading - just because someone tells you that they've been trading for 18 years doesn't mean they are any good at it. Some traders are profitable very early, but even if you haven't made much progress you are gaining experience.
Views: 6276 UKspreadbetting
Andre Minassion: The Intuitive Trader
 
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Why the nick 'The Intuitive Trader'. Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. You are known as the 'Intuitive Trader' - why the 'Intuitive Trader'? Tell us more about your trading and investing methodology - do you ignore all broker forecasts and most market data in your analysis? Why? You were quoted saying 'Nothing on the macro economic-geopolitical plain happens by accident' What do you mean by that? You can call it intuition or experience. Your intuition is how the force of the matrix speaks to you. When I started trading I was just listening to analysts and whenever I listened to analysts or news I ended up losing money.
Views: 7479 UKspreadbetting
Working Girl 1988: You Don't get Anything from this World by Waiting for it to Come to You!
 
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A scene from the movie Working Girl (1988) - Tesse, you don't get anything from this world by waiting for what you want to come to you, you make it happen! When a secretary's idea is stolen by her boss, she seizes an opportunity to steal it back by pretending she has her boss' job. Nice movie worth a watch.
Views: 15898 UKspreadbetting
Beating the Market on a Consistent Basis
 
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Beating the Market on a Consistent Basis. Charlie Burton comments. What's the average ratio of your winning versus losing trades? That would depend on the strategy I'm employing at the time; so for example on my day trading when I started I was initially trading with a strategy with a higher rate. However these days my win rate is more like 50% particularly for my swing trading. If I'm risking 1 to make 2 or 3 or 4 times I can afford to be wrong 50% of the time. Is it possible to be a winning trader and beat the market on a consistent basis?
Views: 11111 UKspreadbetting
Day Trading for a Living
 
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Day Trading for a Living. Steve Ruffley day trader comments. Guys, please appreciate this guy is a day trader, meaning he holds and sells positions for very short periods and as such his methodology may be different to others. What is day trading, and who can do it? How much expertise do you need? What are the advantages of day trading compared to longer term holding? What aspects of day trading are hardest to teach? What kind of money management skills should you have before getting into day trading? Anybody can daytrade. I like day trading as you can make money even when markets aren't really moving much. If a market has moved a thousand pips and you've traded that you can make a thousand pips intraday trading. I think the hardest thing is handling losses. By all means use stops..etc but you really need to start tinkering with that when you've gained experience. What is your competitive advantage in trading? What sets you apart? What insights have allowed you to beat the markets again and again? Is the game still winnable? How can individual investors thrive in the volatility of today’s economy? We all know how risky trading can be. As with any investment your potential to earn will always co-exist with the potential to lose. In forex you are playing with real money and it is always possible that a trade will turn against you. So with this scenario is getting involved with forex and trading worth it?
Views: 27020 UKspreadbetting
Why I Don't Watch CNBC, and Why Even You Shouldn't!
 
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How do you currently keep up with the markets? Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. Do you use any specific information sources? Why shouldn't you follow analysts off the television? If I'm day trading, the fundamental backdrop is not that important; what is important is to be aware of any economic announcements are coming out; figures like non-farm payrolls and GBP figures. For swing trading the fundamentals are more important. Do you ever go with gut instinct? I turned off CNBC and Bloomberg at around 2001 because I believe they interfere with your analysis. Why shouldn't you follow experts and analysts on TV?
Views: 11890 UKspreadbetting
Steve Ruffley: Short Term Trader and Day Trader
 
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Steve Ruffley: Short Term Trader and Coach at InterTrader http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/intertrader/intertrader.html Guys, please appreciate this guy is a day trader, meaning he holds and sells positions for very short periods and as such his methodology may be different to others. Do you consider yourself a trader or an investor or both? Do you only trade at certain times? What mediums do you use to trade? What kind of trader are you? (swing trader/momentum trader/scalper..etc?) How actively do you trade? I'm definitely a trader, investing is for old people and for those trading long-term. I hate this idea about investing in your future and pension for my generation of millenium. For me intraday trading is my thing. I stick to indices and foreign exchange - I don't trade Asian markets because I don't understand those markets. I stick to markets like FTSE, EUR/USD, Gold..etc
Views: 33046 UKspreadbetting
3 Types of Forex Charts and How to Read Them
 
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Charting Types by Rowena Harris-Doughty of LCG http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/spreadbetting/LCG-compare.html The three most popular types of charts in forex trading are line charts, bar charts and candlestick charts. Each chart types offers a different perspective on the market which alllows you to help you with your technical analysis, strategies and making informed decisions quickly.
Views: 18740 UKspreadbetting
Trading Places, We are Commodity Brokers
 
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Beware Advisory Brokers. http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/advisorybrokers.html A scene from the famous movie Trading Places (1983). Billy Ray Valentine (Eddie Murphy) learns how commodities trading works and how the Duke Brothers use the system to make money for them. Duke Brothers (Ralph Bellamy & Don Ameche). This hilarious yet poignant clip is from the 1983 film entitled, Trading Places. By the way we highly recommend that you watch the full movie ;)
Views: 6597 UKspreadbetting
What you Can Control versus What you Can't Control in Trading
 
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What you can Control versus What you can't Control in Trading. Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. We can control when we enter and when we close trades, we can control where we place our stops, we can control our emotions and also control when we shouldn't trade - and I think not trading is perhaps the most difficult part. Don't trade just for the sake of trading. Can you trade on gut instinct? Yes, but you will need experience. When it comes to trading do you believe in positivity and luck? Trading was giving me a buzz when I first started but it was mixed with a lot of fear as well.
Views: 11801 UKspreadbetting
Tell us about some of your Best and Worst Trades?
 
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Tell us about some of your Best and Worst Trades? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. My best trades were technology plays. My worst was in the financial crash when I had LLoyds and I kept holding as it went down and I couldn't believe it.
Views: 9972 UKspreadbetting
Forex Trading: How to Use RSI (Relative Strength Index) in Forex
 
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Forex Trading: How to Use RSI (Relative Strength Index) in Forex by Rowena Harris-Doughty of LCG http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/spreadbetting/LCG-compare.html The relative strength index is one of the oldest and most popular technical indicator used in the analysis of forex markets. The RSI is a trend following indicators that measures an asset's past price movement and can identify overbought or oversold conditions.
Views: 5597 UKspreadbetting
A Typical Day in the life of Charlie Burton
 
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Tell us about a Typical Day? Charlie Burton comments. In the winter I mainly remain indoor as I don't like the cold. Sports is also important in my life. In the winter it is more running, and gym and cross-fit. So first thing in the morning I'll take a look at the markets looking at any potential opportunities. If I see an opportunity I would place the trade. By mid-morning the markets tend to start calming down.
Views: 8777 UKspreadbetting
All Traders have Good Days and Bad Days!
 
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Trading: Good Days and Bad Days. Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. It’s how you handle the losers that makes you as a trader. How should we handle losses? We are naturally programmed to protect ourselves; we have to be able to deal with our emotions. Traders needs to realize that any one trade is just one trade in the next 100 or 1000 trades because this is what matters. Individual losses in this context are pointless and normal. You spend about half of your time losing money – 50% of the time you are right and about 50% of the time you are wrong but you try to make sure that on the times you are right you make more money than in the times you are losing money….please comment
Views: 4315 UKspreadbetting
Favourite Trading Rule: The Power of Brand Names
 
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Do you have a favourite trading rule? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. My favourite rule is: if you're confident of your gut instinct and you have done your research, don't hesitate to place your trade. If you're not sure and you come from a place of fear, don't place it. Also, I also tend to avoid opening trades on Friday or Monday. What's the best piece of advice you have ever been given about trading.
Views: 9300 UKspreadbetting
Trading Full-Time versus Trading Part-Time
 
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Trading Full-time versus Trading Part-Time. Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. Trading full-time versus Trading part-time - Lot of Traders love Day Trading. Should you rely on trading for income or is it better to have multiple income streams? Lots of traders love day trading - if you have a passion for that - then go for it as long as you have the mindset skills for it - patience, discipline..etc Because there are more emotions involved for a day trader than a longer term trader...
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The House Always Wins: Find Your Edge!
 
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The House Always Wins: Find Your Edge. Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments. Ultimately, it depends on the markets you are trading - if you are trading forex, the broker or institution or banks that provide the liquidity are on the other end of your trade.
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Trading Plan and Best Times to Trade Forex: What to Consider?
 
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Risk management and developing a trading plan by Rowena Harris-Doughty of LCG http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/spreadbetting/LCG-compare.html Developing a trading plan and sticking to it are the two main ingredients of trading discipline. Now a successful trading plan goes hand in hand with risk management and both needs to be in place to help reduce trading mistakes and minimise losses. Every trader needs a trading plan. Watch our risk management and trading plans video to learn more managing risk effectively.
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Trader or Investor: Which are You?
 
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Do you consider yourself a trader or an investor or both? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. You consider medium term trading to be the best way to trading success - what constitutes the medium term for you? I started as a trader - i got into trading originally with the mindset that I wanted to get rich from trading - but when I started making money I started realising that I was burning out. As such now I would say I'm both a trader and an investor. When you trade what timeframes do you give yourself for a trade?
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Revenge Trading: Trying to Recover Losses Back
 
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Revenge Trading. Charlie Burton, trader and educator comments . Revenge trading, particularly doubling on losing trades can be very dangerous and having been thru it so many times in my formative years - if you are in that moment that you are about to start chasing losses - how is this going to affect your you, your wife, family by the actions you take today? Yes, you can make back these losses sometimes, but other times it won't work
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Where do you see the next Market Bubble happening?
 
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Where do you see the next Market Bubble happening? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. We have managed to have an almost uninterrupted bull run since 2009 - where are we now - what can we expect in the coming years? Where do you see the next Bubble happening? The stock market is a fantasy as it is anyway. If the Dow Jones hits 20,000 I'm out of the market.
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Trader Intuition: How to Know When You've Got it and When to Trust it
 
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Should we trust our intuition when it comes to trading? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. Can you trade on gut instinct? Should we trust our intuition? Why do you believe that intuition is better than charts or market calls or any software for that matter? I think you should trust your intuition if you're experienced and have tested it in the past. I would say that the majority of people who make money on the stock market trust their intuition.
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Successful Traders versus Losers
 
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Successful Traders versus Losers. Steve Ruffley comments. What separates the average from the very best traders? How do you ensure your trading will continue to be successful in the future? When you ran the live floor at Schneider you had the opportunity to interact with many traders including some of the very best – what are some common traits of success? And what are the common traits of failure? I think there are plenty of average traders; at the end it all comes down to personality - that ability to take a loss on and then believe you can make money. Average traders set themselves to fail because they think they are not good enough.
Views: 18852 UKspreadbetting
How do you manage risk?  Do you monitor open trades all the time?
 
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How do you manage risk? Do you monitor open trades all the time? Vince Stanzione, veteran trader and investor comments. If you found value in watching this video, PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE so we can do more! This is a great question about risk and volatility - a lot of times people mix volatility with risk. The risk is about how much you can lose if a company you are invested in blows up - what's the most you can lose. Also, don't mix up short-term volatility risk. The longer you hold an investment; the risk actually goes down. What methods do you employ to minimize losses when your analysis or positioning is wrong? You have a strong conviction on a trade but price keeps moving against you – do you keep holding or even increase the position? How do you determine if a trade has failed other than its performance after entry?
Views: 3991 UKspreadbetting
Huge Stock Market Crash to Strike us in the Future!
 
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Is there going to be another stock market crash? Andre Minassian, self-employed medium-term trader and businessman comments. There is going to be another crash; a world-changing crash - I have a figure in my head for no reason whatsoever; Dow Jones 42,000. So we are probably 20 to 25 years away; there won't be the economic activity to match the money supply.
Views: 10878 UKspreadbetting
Plus500 Trading Platform Exposed: Review and Tutorial (2017)
 
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A Plus500 review. What they don't tell you! Ok. What do we have here? Plus500. A very simple trading platform that makes trading look like a game and basically targets small-time traders for low amounts. The company was founded in 2008 and is registered and located in Israel but also has offices in the UK, Cyprus and Australia. What follows is an unbiased examination of the platform (do not take this as a recommendation to use Plus500). The Plus500 CFD trading platform, WebTrader, is available on the web as an online platform, Windows (as downloadable software), and on all mobile devices (Android and iOS) in 32 different languages worldwide. Plus500 clearly try to target themselves at the mainstream.
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