Recently, we have published two posts here and here where we spoke on some stocks that could rise by 50% or more before late 2019. Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) had published this before, and we tried to analyze it in technical terms. Today, we are going to recap what happened to these stocks and how much you could have earned on them over the last 20 days.
May is expected to be as efficient as April. Traders’ proverb “May sell and go away” will be very correct this year again. The market tendency to continue current trends will remain in force not only in May. Particular attention should be paid to three instruments, which are expected to be extremely volatile implying both corrections and the downtrend continuation.
The US will be electing president in 2020, but the candidates-to-be are already talking actively, if not aggressively; one of such speeches tore down the entire sector.
Who in the world of trading hasn’t heard of scalping? Probably, you may know it as pipsing, but all traders surely heard a lot of different things about it, some of them tried it in practice, others are just going to, that’s why I guess it would be interesting to go into details of such thing as scalping.
Every beginner in trading asks themselves the same question: “Exactly what kind of a trading terminal should I choose for trading?” There are a lot of different trading platforms that have both similar features and essential differences. Among these differences are such nuances as installation on PCs or mobile devices, availability of a terminal in a web browser without installing any additional software components, opportunities to use a terminal for free or on a paid basis.
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.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) is one of the largest investment banks out there, its earnings coming from both traditional banking business, such as loans and deposits, as well as from stock trading. This bank also rates the exchange traded companies, releasing predictions other traders pay attention to.
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.
Many people don't understand how one could just go and eat at McDonald's every day, be it in the US or Europe. Everyone understand this is unhealthy and not appropriate for anyone who is on a diet. This may, yet, be explained with a very simple thing: McDonald's values the customer's time, i.e. you just get in, have your lunch quickly, and continue doing your business. With the advance of the web and mobile networks, many issues are resolved on the spot and take much less time, which means wasting time on making an order at a local restaurant and then waiting for that order is totally nonsense.
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.