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Online Trading Tips

Archive for December, 2008

'italic;' class='tradesbyline'>by Rod Soto

The most confusing and hardest market to make any money is the currency exchange market. It requires a vast amount of skill to master this market. The more resource you have at your disposal the more likely you will be to make a profit. It is impossible to make money if you stay quite and watch the market rather than participating especially when the market is in a volatile period.

by Singapore Trader Reports

A well fact amongst the trading community is that 90 percent of investors lose money in futures and Forex tradin! This leaves 10%, which is then broken down to 4-6 percent break even and only 4-6 percent make money.

What Group Are YOU in?

Given the high numbers of clients that are unsuccessful, it is all the more important for investors to approach futures and forex trading in the right manner. So we have put together some rules that hopefully help you become a more successful trader.

Secret 1: Trade with Money you can afford to Lose

by Rob J. Nani

In our constantly changing market, new or modified strategies of real estate investing must be implemented. New or inexperienced realtors should be very careful when entering the world of real estate investing. It is highly recommended that one begin investing with a mentor who is also a partner; real estate partnerships reduce one’s liability risk and financial investment. A good mentor knows how to avoid the common pitfalls many new real estate investors fall into. Begin your real estate career with education; join a real estate investors association and surround yourself by others who are already successful in the field.

'italic;' class='tradesbyline'>by Singapore Trader Reports

Plan the Trade and Trade the Plan

Successful stock market trading begins with a winning trading plan. It’s as simple as that. If you develop a well-conceived trading plan to guide your actions in the stock market you will already have the advantage over most of your market competition. Put simply, it gives you the edge you need to win over the long haul when trading the stock market or forex market.

'italic;' class='tradesbyline'>by Eric Kramer

You may have seen the recent developments on TV with GMAC, and some other banks which have just completely been burned from the economy. The situation with loans being o n hold has also hit automakers pockets too. Th whole thing has been a chain reaction. So what about those that are highest on the rung, namely banks?

How do you know when a bank is going down and when it is performing well might be a better question. Usually banks that you find holding out tempting offers, and higher interest rates than normal is a tall tale sign that something bad is happening.

'italic;' class='tradesbyline'>by FOREXBROKERS_RESEARCHED

The meaning of cheap stock, that is, stocks that they are trading under 60 cents or below, are always enticing – because you put down a small amount of money for a potentially lucrative return. It also looks good because with your investment you are getting a lot more shares, or contracts for you amount invested.

However, for many investors, this scenario is just a pipe dream to buy that stock at 10 cents and see it go to $10. Does happen but not very often and it can be very costly. Sometimes they are cheap for a great reason, they are NO GOOD


Forex Brokers Review

'italic;' class='tradesbyline'>by Singapore Trader Reports

If you are trading CFDs or Forex, you must have an online or over the phone broker. This is an area you have to do a thorough research before settling for one, because it is something that has to do with your hard earned money.

As choosing the right online broker is an important as selecting a winning trade.


How often do you hear, I didn’t get filled at the right levels, lots of slippage, and the list goes on. We hear all the time, and having listening and given information to more than 100,000 clients in past 5 years, this is certainly a critical aspect of trading.