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Maintaining Discipline, Key To Stock Market Profits

Posted on July 23, 2023 by Charles Varma
The winning trader may be the disciplined trader.Discipline means controlling impulses and controlling emotions.As many new traders can let you know, however, maintaining discipline is frequently easier in theory.Just because the the greater part of market participants are driven by fear and greed, many new traders find it hard to avoid succumbing to self-doubt and panic.We are trend followers and our "edge" to profiting in the markets is named trend timing...

How To Plan For Success In The Share Market

Posted on July 22, 2022 by Charles Varma
To trade shares in the currency markets successfully you will need a strategy.This plan is actually a currency markets share trading system.The currency markets share trading system is really a group of rules that lets you know how to proceed, no real matter what the marketplace circumstances.Your trading system forces one to make decisions predicated on proven market patterns - instead of emotions - which forces one to profit...

Timing Your Trades

Posted on October 6, 2021 by Charles Varma
Timing is everything.You have heard it a thousand times.It is a tired, over-used cliche that happens to be true.Regardless of what you are up against, timing is everything.If you are a futures or stock dealer, timing is the only thing between you and the poor house.It is a statistical certainty that in case you play with a zero-sum match with unlimited downside risk long enough, you may drop everything you have...

A Short Term Tactic for Capturing More Profits

Posted on July 19, 2021 by Charles Varma
It's known as"dividend catch".This strategy is implemented when a dealer buys a stock just prior to the ex-dividend date, so he or she'll be a shareholder of record on the record date, and will get the dividend.Since the stock falls by the amount of the dividend on the ex-dividend date, the plan calls for the dealer to then await the stock to return to the cost where he or she purchased it before the ex-dividend date...