Stock Market

Tiger Trading: Long-Term Charts For Short-Term Currency Trades

Tiger Trading

Stock traders often add currencies to portfolios, in order to benefit from the incredible opportunities that currency trading can present. While it is true that stocks require a different set of analyses, there is enough in common between the two asset classes that should enable a stock trader to adapt quite easily to currency trading. Although the following method is designed as a swing trade that can be held for many days or weeks, it is also possible to use the tiger trading methodology to hold the position even longer, as long as the trade remains profitable. Why the Tiger? It seems...

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Your 5 step guide to successful medium term stocks trading

Medium Term trading

If you would like to trade stocks in the medium term – holding positions for anything from a day to a couple of weeks – you will need to conduct slightly more in-depth analysis than that of a shorter time span. This will involve examining the historical and anticipated performance of the shortlist of companies you have already compiled. To do this, you will spend time reading their quarterly earnings reports, following the outcome of any shareholder meetings and preparing for any upcoming events such as a product launch or acquisition. Step 1: gather your information To compare companies in...

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The 100 Best Trading And Investing Books Of All Time | Download Free

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It’s about time I updated my list of best trading books so here is my selection of the 100 greatest trading and investing books of all time. I’ve read (or at least partly read) a lot of these and I’ve tried to put them in some sort of order as well. Not an easy task but see what you think. If you have any suggestions for other trading books, please leave them in the comments. You can never have too many book recommendations. 100 – The Millionaire Next Door The emphasis from this book is that anyone with a steady...

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Gann Squares Trading Methods | Free Courses PART 2

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Gann Squares Trading Methods | Free Courses PART 1 6-Nonagone : and it's angles is : 40-80-120-160-200-240-280-320-360 7-Heptagone: And it's angles is : 51.4-102.8-154.2-205.7-257.1-308.571-360 8-Hexagone: And it's Angles is: 60-120-180-240-300-360 9-Octagone: And it's angles is: 45-90-135-180-225-270-315-360 10-Decimal: And it's angles is: 36-72-108-144-180-216-252-288-324-360 Now ..How to draw Shapes: The Basic Rule that we will follow Time Should be divider or multiply result of angle value And this which will let us choose correct angle for the nearest levels. For example if we have price reflected from angle 72 or 90 and they are near together we will set the channel shape...

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Gann Squares Trading Methods | Free Courses

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we will talk about Gann trading methods using Gann Squares : Trade by Square of 9. Trade by Square of 144. Explain for Shepherd Gann Squares Indicator. We will talk about every one step by step... First ...what is the meaning of the square.!!   Square it is an old method to arrange numbers like the pyramid style like this photo Lets imagine this pyramid have spiral style and we put number (1) at the top of pyramid then add (1) we will move to level 2 and we will end this level by number 9 then we will add...

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The Stock Market for Dummies

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The stock market is a place where stocks, bonds, or other securities are bought and sold. When you buy stocks or shares in a company you gain part ownership in that company. In today’s world people buy stocks in order to gain dividends on money that they have invested. Some advantages of buying stocks over bank deposits; money market funds or bonds are that stocks have a long historical track. Although the disadvantages of buying stocks are that the market fluctuates very often and the stocks are never guaranteed so you may loose all of the money you have invested....

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Why Medium Term Trading is the Best Strategy

Medium Term Trading

  The definition of a day trader is someone who buys and sells stocks within the same trading day. Research show that 4 out of 5 people lose money day trading and only 1 in 100 do it well enough to live off the proceeds.  A day trader must live off their profits as well as risk their own capital to make these profits. High transaction costs such as brokerage can erode the profits generated from these day traders. Also see : https://ebookfee.com/shop/stock-and-commodity-market-trend-trading-by-advance-technical-analysis/ Long term trading also has disadvantages as capital is not used effectively. The definition of a long...

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Top 4 options strategies for beginners

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Options are excellent tools for both position trading and risk management, but finding the right strategy is key to using these tools to your advantage. Beginners have several options when choosing a strategy, but first you should understand what options are and how they work. An option gives its holder the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell the underlying asset at a specified price on or before its expiration date. There are two types of options: a call, which gives the holder the right to buy the option, and a put, which gives its holder the right...

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W. D. Gann’s “Ticker Interview” | FROM THE TICKER AND INVESTMENT DIGEST

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WILLIAM D. GANN An Operator Whose Science and Ability Place Him in the Front Rank -- His Remarkable Predictions and Trading Record. Sometime ago the attention of this magazine was attracted by certain long pull stock market predictions which were being made by William D. Gann. In a large number of cases Mr. Gann gave us in advance the exact points at which certain stocks and commodities would sell, together with prices close to the then prevailing figures which would not be touched. For instance, when New York Central was 131 he predicted it would sell at 145 before 129....

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Long Term Cycles – KING BACK WITH W.D. GANN

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‘The culmination of the Bull market in September 1929 was really the result of a long term business cycle which began in August 1896 and continued for 33 years, with each campaign in the market making higher prices, which showed that the long term trend was up.’ Long Term Cycles W.D. Gann, the New York Trend Detector In his Stock Market Course, Gann had a section called the Dow Jones Resistance Levels where he particularly focused on the Sharp V bottom of Aug 8 1896 low 42 up until the Final top of Sept 3 1929 1896-1929 = 33years The...

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