Swing trading is an approach to financial markets that appeared quite a long time ago. It should be3 noted that this is not a system but a style of trading. This means it can contain several tactics and strategies of market behavior.
On Forex, under a signal, we mean a complex of circumstances, indicators, and events that show the trader in which direction they should open a trade, in other words, whether they should buy or sell.
To answer the question in the heading we need to understand what is a flat. In literature, this is characterized as a sideways movement without clear direction up- or downwards. To put it simply, the price is moving to the right, the local maximums and minimums are on the same level.
Working on financial markets implies high risk; in order to become a successful trader, one should minimize potential risks. This article is devoted exactly to reducing them.
Those who wanted to play short lost it again. It seemed that the losses of the traders (accumulating to 5 billion USD, according to some sources) who wished to make a fortune on the decline of Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) stocks should have taught the rest a lesson. Alas, the current situation demonstrates that the bears still refuse to believe that Tesla stocks may go on growing.
Indicators have long been introduced to the trading systems of many traders. As a minimum, they are of good help in chart analysis, as a maximum, they are the base of the whole trading system. Algorithmic trading, which means automatizing the work and creating trading robots, is also mostly based on the signals of various indicators.
What is a false breakout? Types of false breakouts Bullish trap Bearish Trap False breakout of a flat How to detect a false breakout? How to use false breakouts? Closing thoughts In certain cases, it might be unclear to the trader whether there has happened a breakout of the resistance level and, hence, the bullish […]
The Netting system allows only one position open in any direction for one instrument. The system is used all over the stock market. To put it simpler, the trader cannot open selling and buying position on one instrument simultaneously - the positions mutually close, the orders open in one direction summing up.
Before talking about strategies, it wold be better to find out what strategies exist at all, which strategy suits which trader and what strategy to choose. Searching for your best strategy through trial and error may take years, that is why this issue requires a systemic approach.
Each of the models discussed reflects the most frequent approaches of traders to money management. We will have a look at both the advantages and drawbacks of the systems. The most experienced and skillful traders sometimes mix these models, however, only in compliance with their trading strategies.