As soon as they get a little free money, beginners open another position and, when it comes to the crunch, lose all their orders and entire deposit. To avoid such situations, people created and developed some specific rules to manage their capital and risks.
When it comes to margin, people who are not knowledgeable in trading usually think it's the difference between the buying and the selling price. While this is true for most other cases, in trading, margin means a collateral you've got to pay in order to open your position.
Most traders I have known want to absolutely conquer the market. Some succeed, but only every now and then, failing to turn this conquer into a permanent win. The reasons are many, from insufficient skills or experience all the way to the lack of the 'holy grail', with the 'not enough money' reason in between. Well, a good set of excuses. These reasons, however, are somewhat true, as all traders are different and use their trading potential differently.
On financial markets, no matter when, while working there or just getting to know them, investors will surely face such things as financial instruments. What are they? We’ll paint it in details. Financial instruments Financial instruments imply a wide range of terms and definitions. It’s very easy to see how numerous they are: they include […]
Forex exchange market (name derived from FOReign EXchange) is an international market meant for broker companies, banks and investment funds trading currencies. Currency exchange market formed in the 70-s when the financial world passed from the gold standard to free currency pricing.