Trading 

Useful feature called ‘Position Top-up‘.

Today we take a closer look at an often overlooked, yet useful feature called ‘Position Top-up‘. Put shortly, it will let you use your balance to keep your positions open even when they go below the −95% payout. How to use this feature in trading effectively and what are the risks associated with it? Read the full article to learn more! Why use it? Keeping the loss making position does not sound like a particularly sound decision, or does it? Imagine opening a position that instead of generating you the desired payout…

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Why Traders Lose Money?

There is nothing more frustrating than losing a trade; especially if you’ve done the work, made the analysis. If you are like the majority of traders you’ll sit there and wonder why did this happen again when the analysis, the data and the market all agreed with you? It can very well be that the reason is simple: you didn’t close the trade when you should have. Not closing your winning positions when they turn a payout is an important mistake a trader can make. Selling is when you recoup the…

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Trading Tactics: the Pattern

What is the Wedge Pattern? One of the pillars of technical analysis theory is the idea that market mentality is mob-like, that price movements will often repeat itself and that those movements are identifiable and predictable. One such is the Wedge Pattern. The Wedge Pattern forms in a trending market and often signals continuation and not just any continuation, but a long-term continuation that will lead to payouts. What is a Wedge Pattern? A Wedge Pattern is a form of triangle that forms within a trend, like a flag or pennant pattern…

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Trading 

What Makes a Great Trader?

Becoming a trader is easy. Open an account with a broker of your choice, and dive right into the exciting world of financial markets. Becoming a good trader, capable of making stable gains and relying on trading as his primary source of income, however, is much harder. What is the difference between the two and what qualities do you need to develop in order to call yourself a great trader? Jack Schwager, the author of “The Market Wizards” book series, seems to know a lot about successful traders, their career paths…

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How to trade FX Options?

What are FX Options and why do you need to give them a try? In today’s article we take a closer look at the most recent addition to the palette of our trading instruments. FX Options combine features of regular options and Forex. Already interested? Read the full article to learn more about this unique trading instrument. Why is it special? Unlike binary options (where the profitability of each deal is predetermined), FX options can boast unlimited upside. While you can only lose as much as you invest in a deal, the…

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Trading with Relative Strength Index (RSI)

The relative strength index or the RSI is a momentum oscillator used to measure the velocity and magnitude of directional price movements.  The indicator provides will help you determine overbought/oversold levels, as well as provide buy and sell signals. The RSI indicator with standard settings The RSI is basically a single line that fluctuates in the corridor between 0 and 100. The closer this line gets to the zero mark the higher are the chances for the asset to be oversold. When the RSI gets close to 100, the asset is likely to be…

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Way to Increase the Probability of Winning

However, there are two tools that I still use, because in some circumstances they are very helpful. Before we decide to open an order, we seek additional confirmation that our analysis of the situation is correct. When the conclusions resulting from the observation of the price behavior additionally are supported by correct interpretation of what the indicator shows us – we have in some sense a confluence allowing us to make successful trading decision. The indicators with which I did not part with and they accompany me on a daily…

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