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In this video, we define both Short- and Long-Selling, and explain how they differ from one another. http://www.takota.ca/
Tell us about your Trading Style. Charlie Burton, trader and educator responds. My trading style has changed over the years. I believe that as a trader we have to evolve according to the market conditions. I use a top-down approach for trading - I use the higher time frames to help in my decisions and I use the smaller time frame for execution. If i'm looking at a daily or weekly chart and I see a certain trend on the daily or weekly chart then I'll be drilling down on a 4 hour or hourly chart for an actual entry. What would you say are your favorite kinds of setups? Would you define yourself as a trader or an investor? What kind of trader are you? Day trader/swing trader/position trader? – why do you favour this trading style? You trade intraday patterns in stock indices – what ...
A brief overview of what it means to be long or short a currency pair.
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What is short selling? Most people think of investing as buying a stock (or other asset) and making money when its price goes up - but it’s also possible to make a profit when a stock price goes down. This process is called short selling (or shorting). Short selling isn’t all peaches and cream. There are opportunities for high returns, but as usual, these come with high risks. The big risk here is that there is no limit to your losses. When you buy a stock, you can only lose the amount that you invested. But when you short, your losses are infinite because there is theoretically no end to how high a stock’s price can rise. Short selling isn’t for everyone. It requires a lot of time and research, and a desire for high risks and high returns. Short selling is primarily used for speculator...
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Long Versus Short Positions. Shay Heffetz of InterTrader http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/intertrader/intertrader.html comments. Spread betting allows you to open both long and short positions – so how is it that most traders stick to the long side? Are traders optimistic by nature or they hate betting against companies’ prices going down in value? Is taking short positions riskier than long positions? Would you incur an extra borrowing fee for taking a short position? We actually don't see that - we see a more balanced approach - we see clients switching from long to short positions depending on the sentiment in the market.
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As the Federal Reserve begins to tapering its monetary stimulus program, funds will leave inflated markets, such as corn and crude.
Fielding Positions in Cricket for Right Handed Batsman In this video, all the cricket fielding placements are explained so that you get acquainted with the game a bit more. You must have heard of names like - Mid OFF, Long ON, Long OFF, Third Man, Fine Leg, Gully, Cover Point, Square Leg Etc. Now watch and get knowledge of fielding arrangements in the cricket ground. Every cricket fan must know these cricket terminologies.
Both videos today will look at the process of setting stops on positions to limit risk but also maintain gains for as long as possible. Part one deals with the two losses I took so far this year and two positions that were breakeven.
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Ep 113: Your Positions in Bullish Market Conditions ★ SUMMARY ★ When you are in a bullish market, everything seems to go your way if you have long positions. This may make trading a lot easier but this is the right time to be little more cautious. If you are new to trading and you only experienced bullish markets that are stretched and overextended then this may give you a false sense of hope or level of experience as you are making consistent income and have yet to have a difficult month. In this episode I share with you how to be a little more calm and cautious especially at the beginning in bullish conditions. When it comes to stock trading a false sense of experience is a bad sign because need to have things that go against you and you are overextended you don't know what to do an...
The first video in my sentiment reading series. This video covers how to analyze long vs short margin positions using two rules. The 60%/40% rule and the position spike rule. Timestamps: Why makes an asset rise/fall?: 0:50 Spotting reversals using 60/40 rule : 3:37 Spotting Healthy vs Unhealthy Position Spikes: 7:23 Suggest a video on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BitcoinTradingChallenge Site used: https://www.bfxdata.com/positions/btcusd The Platform I use to Trade - https://exchange.gemini.com/ The Website I use for Analysis - https://cryptowat.ch/gemini/btcusd My Discord Chat: https://discord.gg/MSrNkbg
Jeremy Stretch, Head of G10 FX at CIBC, joined us today on Currency In Play. Stretch noted that longs prevail in #EURUSD, #AUDUSD, #EURGBP and #GBPUSD. On the flip side, traders still prefer selling #USDCHF, #USDCAD and #USDJPY.
Joe Rundall Head of Trading at ETX Capital http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/spreadbetting/ETX-compare.html speaks about ETX clients. In this video Joe makes a very good point about detaching yourself from the profit and loss on your trading positions because many times we end up being conditioned and held hostage by our emotions that make us resist cutting down on positions that are at a loss. We have a huge range of clients, we have clients who trade in and out throughout the day and use it to trade on an intraday basis but we also have clients who just trade once or twice a month and hold positions for months on end. I think every position should be analysed individually at that point in time irrespective of whether its in profit or loss.
In this presentation we share management ideas for long call and long put positions. In addition to discussing management techniques when the underlying security moves against you, we also discuss techniques of managing the position if the option position is profitable or if the underlying has stagnated and you are losing time value. This presentation will be flushed out into a more comprehensive product in the near future. Enjoy ... and let us know your thoughts!
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Among the most used Foreign currency definitions for currency trading are long and short positions. For more information visit http://forexpips.weblog.com/forex-supersonic - A long position is made when the trader buys a currency. The long position is made by the investor if he expects the currency to later rise in value. A currency trading short position is maintained when a trader sells a currency in the expectation that it will depreciate in value.