How to Be a Trader Lesson I – Technicians Vs Fundamentalists
First of all I want to make it clear that when I say fundamentalists I am not referring to Bin Laden and company. And the technicians I am talking about would not be able to fix your computer or your TV. Many traders have been asking themselves, for many years now, if technical and fundamental analysis can be combined to make more accurate decisions while trading.How to Be a Trader Lesson II – The Best Indicator of All Time
Rookie and experienced traders are always in the search for the best new trading indicator, Moving Averages, Pivot Points, MACD, or the old H.O.T indicator (that is heads or tails; and it indicates nothing). They are looking for that advantage that will give them an edge over other investors. All your trading decisions should be based on one single, simple, always reliable indicator. An indicator that the most successful traders of all time have used with huge success…How to Be a Trader Lesson III – How to Find a Broker
Traders should not underestimate the importance of finding a good, reliable broker. Here I offer some basic guidelines, I think; you should consider when you decide where you are going to open your new account.How to Be a Trader Lesson IV – Over-Trading the Root of All Evil
People get involved in the Forex Market for different reasons. Many traders, like me, trade for profit. But there are others that just love the thrill of the game. Over-trading is one of the main reasons most accounts get wiped out.Introduction to the Foreign Exchange Market for Beginners
Understanding the basics of a foreign exchange market and knowing what it is, what happens, and what one does in this market can get very complicated and confusing, especially for beginners. Here is a simpler, easier guide to the foreign exchange market, created and written just for beginners, especially those who are new to the financial world. The foreign exchange market (usually referred to as the forex, FX or currency market) is a global financial market where a currency is traded for another.