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  1. BACKTESTING - How to Start?

    Best way to know this information about backtesting!
  2. Forex and Futures

    he foreign exchange market is a global decentralized or over-the-counter market for the trading of currencies. This market determines the foreign exchange rate. It includes all aspects of buying, selling and exchanging currencies at current or determined prices.
  3. Rules for Invest in Share or Stock Market

    Good Rules for Traders to Stay safe
  4. Become a Better Trader

    Make a resolution to learn. Action follows intention, so take your first step toward trading by making a resolution to learn how to trade stocks. ... Do your research. ... Get in “back to school” mode. ... Set goals. ... Seek guidance. ... Start trading. ... Evaluate your progress. ... Cultivate good habits.
  5. Plan to Start Trading E-Mini Futures for a Living

    E-mini S&P. E-Mini S&P, often abbreviated to "E-mini" (despite the existence of many other E-minicontracts) and designated by the commodity ticker symbol ES, is a stock market index futures contract traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's Globex electronic trading platform.
  6. Trends Advice

    Trade Only in Liquid Stocks. Stay Away from Volatile Stocks. Trade in Good Correlation Stocks. Follow the Market Trend before deciding the Right Stock. Pick the Stock you are most confident in after Research.
  7. Consistently Losing

    5 things you need to do if you keep losing money in the stock... Compound your winners, not your losers. Investors with a losing portfolio usually hold on to their losers and hope that one day their investments will turn around. ... Always invest in good companies. ... Diversify, but don't over-diversify. ... Give your tree time to grow. ... Opportunity is key.
  8. Error in Analysis Technique

    Technical analysis can provide very accurate price predictions. Many novices expect recommendations from technical analysts or software patterns to be 100 percent accurate.
  9. Financial Market News

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  10. Financial Market News

    MarketWatch. | Stock Market News. Investing.com. | Stock Market Quotes & Financial News. Seeking Alpha. The Motley Fool UK. | Share Tips, Investing and Stock Market News. INO.com. Reddit. | Stocks. Reddit. | Stock Market. Moneycontrol.
  11. Limit Order Execution

    Limit Orders. A limit order is an order to buy or sell a stock at a specific price or better. A buy limit order can only be executed at the limit price or lower, and a selllimit order can only be executed at the limit price or higher. A limit order is not guaranteed to execute.
  12. Young Traders

    Knowledge is Power. ... Set an Amount Aside. ... Set Aside Time, Too. ... Start Small. ... Avoid Penny Stocks. ... Time Those Trades. ... Cut Losses With Limit Orders. ... Be Realistic About Profits.
  13. Futures / CME-Corn Contract / Quote Price

    Futures are financial contracts giving the buyer an obligation to purchase an asset (and the seller an obligation to sell an asset) at a set price at a future point in time.
  14. Penny Stocks Investors

    A penny stock is any stock that trades for less than $5 per share. The SEC used to define it as a stock that traded for less than $1, but inflation has kept up with the market. You often won't find penny stocks on the major market exchanges, such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) or the NASDAQ.
  15. Paper Trading Platforms

    Acorns. The Acorns app is a great choice for first-time investors. ... Stock Market Simulator. The Stock Market Simulator app gives you the ability to try before you buy. ... SigFig. ... Motif Explorer. ... Yahoo! ... TD Ameritrade. ... Fidelity Investments. ... CNBC.
  16. 95% Failure Fact Origin?

    A commonly known fact is that most forex traders fail. In fact, it is estimated that 96 percent of forex traders lose money and end up quitting. The forex website DailyFX found that many forex traders do better than that, but new traders still have a tough timing gaining ground in this market
  17. There are some definite differences between trading stocks and tradingfutures. ... A company value is reflected in its stock price and commodity futures values are derived from the underlying price of the commodity: A stock is simply a partial ownership of a company. The value of the stock is reflected in its price.
  18. Can I Sell Options on Day of Expiry?

    Conversely, a put option gives the owner the right to sell the underlying security at the option exercise price. ... Selling a Call - You have an obligation to deliver the security at a predetermined price to the option buyer. Buying a Put - You have the right to sell a security at a predetermined price.
  19. Rules for Invest in Share or Stock Market

    Avoid the herd mentality. ... Take informed decision. ... Invest in business you understand. ... Don't try to time the market. ... Follow a disciplined investment approach. ... Do not let emotions cloud your judgement. ... Create a broad portfolio.
  20. Newbie Question About Selling Stock and Tax

    In case of profit on equity shares sold on stock exchanges in India held for less than 12 months are s taxed at a flat rate of 15 percent. It is also interesting to note that even in cases where the applicable slab tax rate is 10 percent, you will still have to pay tax of 15 percent on such short- term capital gains.
  21. The Aim of Trading for a Living

    Trading is often viewed as a high barrier-to-entry field, but this is simply not the case in today's market. Now, anyone with ambition and patience can trade, and do it for a living, even with little to no money.
  22. Knowing the Direction of the Market

    Stock prices change everyday by market forces. ... If more people want to buy astock (demand) than sell it (supply), then the price moves up. Conversely, if more people wanted to sell a stock than buy it, there would be greater supply than demand, and the price would fall.
  23. What is Leverage?

    Leverage is an investment strategy of using borrowed money — specifically, the use of various financial instruments or borrowed capital — to increase the potential return of an investment.Leverage can also refer to the amount of debt a firm uses to finance assets.
  24. Am I Willing to Lose on This Trade?

    USe Stoploss and Target to avoid all this emotional stuffs!
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