Trading futures involves tracking trends and anticipating price movements. This market might offer certain advantages, depending on how you trade.
As intimidating as a highly volatile market can be, volatility might present opportunities.
Swing trading might appeal to traders who seek short- to mid-term profits but can’t commit to trading full time.
When traders are fully immersed in monitoring watchlists and price movements, placing orders on another screen can be inconvenient. With the Score...
Loss is a natural part of trading but managing your risk can help protect your account from more devastating damage.
Overeager day traders with margin accounts may risk being flagged as a pattern day trader.
FOMO, or Fear of Missing Out, can compel investors to make reckless decisions, but understanding its influence may help you stay disciplined. Slow...
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Trades can be ruined by a logical fallacy or a cognitive bias, but traders can avoid these mental shortcuts.