Guest Post :
A trader is well aware that binary options trading and Forex trading are two different types of trading, both of which can bring in significant amount of profit. These two types of trading are the most common types of trading practiced and are well known to all traders. However, there exist some differences between these two types of trading. As a trader, it is important for you to know the differences in order to make the right trading decisions in the future. Binary trading is a new way of making money within a short time. On the other hand, Forex is a highly profitable market that has been into the market for quite some time now.
Knowing the Differences:
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Guest post by : Green
The ability to understand and manipulate economic markets for financial gain is a skill that has been watered down over
the years. It seems these days that almost everyone thinks they are an expert in stock and shares, Forex or commodities. The big crash of 2008 and the ensuing volatility in a number of key markets have been refreshing in so much as it really separated the masters from the mice in market trading.
Those who have managed to continue to make money during these hard times are the quintessential trend spotters. However in this case they are not so much spotting an individual trend, more the changing methods of how to invest in the stock market. Continue reading “A Recession Doesn’t Put Everything in Decline”
Planning your trade sounds like one of the most straightforward aspects to trading. Perhaps you sit down during the evening, scouring charts for the technical setups that you plan to enter the following day and go to sleep confident that the entry, stop and take-profit levels give you a high probability of success. This type of thorough planning is your key to success and the one thing which will provide you an edge when the market opens the following morning. This leaves the question of why so much of this planning goes out of the window as soon as you sit down in front of the live market the following day.
Failing to follow your trading plan is the single most influential element in losing money in any financial market. Similar to opening a bakery and deciding to sell shoes, losing focus on a trading plan creates confusion and, more dangerously, lets your emotions dictate the trade. Many traders prefer mechanical or even automatic trading systems for this very reason; the simple inability to follow their own trading plan and adhere strictly to the rules. Continue reading “Plan your trade, trade your plan”
As we come to the end of the year, I want to encourage and challenge my readers to think about their trading performance. Working toward trading competence is a path, not a destination. Whether you are an experienced trader who is very pleased with your performance, a struggling developing trader, or someone who has just begun her journey, I’d like you to spend a few hours in self-reflection and ask yourself a few simple, but profoundly important questions:
Before I start the discussion, I would like to open the discussion How many people do you know that are as successful as they want to be do not take responsibility for their actions?
They always have excuses to succeed not fail.You know if something is not working do not go down with the sinking ship. Have a reason for everything you do so you can learn from it. Trading is hard because what is written in stone one day is thrown out the next.
Here is just one of the conversation with trader, which you never want youto be, sharing as its interesting too, here is how it went.