24 Sep

How to start online trading

How to start trading
•Read your free information guide for their first information about online trading from this page
•Open a Free Demo Account and try Backtesting and Demo Trading
•Open your Live account and trade the best online trading platform, with no fees and the lowest margin in this field
•Learn about Risk Management to better manage their trading positions.
Online trading of financial instruments, CFDs and Forex exchange for shares and commodities and currency pairs allows participants to realize attractive profit opportunities. This business is generally considered risky. For well-prepared and knowledgeable participants in the case presents a very interesting opportunity for the realization of profits. Trading on financial markets professionals brings high profits and total loss of naive, ignorant things amateurs or players. Various issues and aspects that should begin to master trader, are very different individual and are dependent on knowledge,
experience and personality profile of a potential trader.

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22 Jul

Double top and double bottom

Today afternoon I make really great and delicious cup of green tea and thought about a good, old, price action. BTW, do you like drinking good tea? I love it. Drinking of tea makes my concentracion better and helps me with trading.
One of the instruments there’s a formation “double bottom and a double top.”   How to spot them and how to work as efficiently as possible? In today’s part series of instrumentech technical analysis, we’ll show how in the chart to know and to do business with double tops or double bottoms.  This is the so-called “price action formation” in the charts.  That means, for identification double tops or bottoms is not needed any indicator.  Formation is possible to observe the graphs with any time-frame trading (bottoms and peaks are reflects the current psychological situation on the market.)
Market is carried out by a small correction prices.  Then he had tried again to the previous high (the new top) break through, but it isn’t happening  and headed toward down.  The market, or traders didn’t want speculate on further growth.  By the following shall be created formation double top of it. Double bottom is analogy of inverted double top of it.  The same conditions as the case of double top apply on a double bottom (the same monetary a few, the same timeframe, the same period).   on the graph we according to the same conditions identified double bottom.

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04 Nov

Zulu Trade – automatic trading system for FREE

ZuluTrade is a free online trading service that automatically trades forex signals provided by third party signal providers. You simply pick one or more trading systems from the hundreds that are available and use Zulu Trade to automatically trade the signals given.It’s essentially a managed forex account except that you’re in control. You control which signal providers to use and the lot sizes and ZuluTrade will automatically trade them in your account when the signals are provided. This service takes Forex trade signals to the next level. The ZuluTrade patented technology allows for a perfect meeting place for the trader who wants to be able to trade and sleep at the same time, with the pro traders who want to prove their trading systems and build a client base. This service is free to the end user, ZuluTrade generates revenue by getting rebates from the handful of brokers that use their system and shares those rebates with the signal providers. Currently FXCM, iTradeFX, Avafx, and Forex.com are the only brokers that users must have their live accounts with in order to utilize the ZuluTrade system of autotrading. The easiest way is to first open an account with AVAFX and then to open an account with Zulutrade.com. ZuluTrade has no affiliation with these signal providers, anyone can become a signal provider with them. Literally there are hundreds of providers available to choose from, each with a very detailed performance track record. The end user can research and choose which signal provider has the best profit record and draw down risk, and percentage of winning trades. To help you choose, there is a detailed performance analysis of each system including how many pips profit they’ve made, the profit total to date, the average pips per trade, the average time per trade, the win ratio, the maximum drawdown, how long the system has been running and how many other users are subscribed to the system. There is also a graphic of each systems equity curve so you can find those systems that have nice upward trends. This performance track record is updated daily. The pip counts found in the performance page are unreal, some averaging 30,000 pips per month. However, these same signal providers also show some huge draw downs of thousands of pips, so the key is to have a large enough margin in a trading account to allow some room without risking margin calls.
Setting up an account is quite easy. ZuluTrade does provide a demo account. A live trade account is required with one of the supported brokers, and a form must be filled out and faxed to ZuluTrade which can take about 1 day to process. ZuluTrade recommends at least $1000 for a live trading account. Minilots and standard lots may be traded. Profit withdrawal is arranged as normal through the broker, not ZuluTrade. ZuluTrade is just the platform that connects the end user’s trade account to the automatic trade signals. 
The website is easy to navigate and very professional. The database of hundreds of signal providers can be easily queried to find the signal provider with the best pip count, best percentage of winning trades, average pips profit per trade, average time in each trade, number of weeks giving signals, maximum draw down, or number of people subscribed. There is no way for these providers to falsify their trade track record because all trades are audited. The My Account section allows the end-user to manage their chosen providers, and see all history of trades taken in his account. There is also a trademarked “Margin Call-O-Meter” that recommends how to avoid margin calls by limiting number of trades a signal can take at a time and number of lots of each trade. At any time the end-user can see open trades in his account and even close them manually if he desires.
After trading the ZuluTrade system demo for two weeks, this service is highly recommended to anyone who wants to maximize their forex profits, while letting someone else trade his account for him. Everything about this service is easy and well explained on the website. Questions are answered by email very quickly. They also provide 24 hour chat support, or telephone support. It is actually fun to peruse the hundreds of signal providers to pick the right one. It is even more fun to wake up and check and see how many pips were made while sleeping! The risk, as with any investment, is that the performance of a great signal provider today may not be great tomorrow and nothing is guaranteed. But chances are, if a provider has shown 90% winning trades over several weeks and averages 400 pips per week, it is likely that performance will continue. It is recommended to only pick one or two providers maximum to autotrade, to minimize the risk of margin call on trade accounts. Demo this service now to see how revolutionary it is. ZuluTrade is registered and regulated by the NFA in the USA.
Overall ZuluTrade is a very innovative and exciting automatic trading service and I highly recommend you check it out.

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06 Aug

 Diference between online investing and day trading

Online investing is the method of placing orders via the Internet to buy and sell securities as compared to the method of placing your orders by speaking directly with a broker by a phone. There are online trading ompanies or brokers who eliminate commission fees. Some allowed for any trades without a commission. Currently, brokers allows for fix amount free trades monthly. However, they most requires a minimum balance of your account to be able to receive the free trades. If that balance is not met, or the amount of trades are exceeded, you must pay a fee. Day trading is a trading strategy where an individual buys and sells the same security again and again in a short period of time (often the same day) such that all positions are usually (but not necessarily always) closed before the market close of the trading day, in an attempt to profit from small security price movements. Some of the most day-traded financial instruments are stocks, stock options, currencies, and a host of futures contracts such as equity index futures, interest rate futures, and commodity futures. Because you can use the financial leverage and the rapid returns that are possible, day trading can be either extremely profitable or extremely unprofitable, and high-risk profile traders can generate either huge percentage returns or huge percentage losses.

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06 Aug

Market and limit order

What’s a market order and limit order exactly is and what’s the difference between them? Is one better than the other? With a market order the customer instructs his or her brokerage firm to buy or sell a stock at whatever the price is when the trade is executed, presumably as soon as possible. The advantage of a market order is you are almost always guaranteed your order will be executed (as long as there are willing buyers and sellers). If the price of the stock is moving quickly and there is a delay in the transmission of the order, then the price at which the customer purchases or sells the stock may be very different than what the customer expected when the order was placed and te order can be more or less expensive than limited order.  With a limit order, the customer specifies exactly the price at which willing to buy or sell. Limit orders can help protect you from rapid price changes when markets are highly volatile and fast moving. But remember there is the risk that your limit order may never be executed because the market price may quickly surpass your limit before your order can be filled. However, there is the risk that the limit order will not be executed. Please note, that limit orders usually cost a bit more than market orders, but by using a limit order you protect yourself from buying the stock at too high price.

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05 Apr

What are the risks of online trading?

If you want begin with online stock or forex trading the definition is a basic understanding of online trading processes. There is risk of lose your money associated with investing in securities regardless of the method used. Beginning investors need to understand the principles of online investing and trading, their own risk tolerance, and their investment goals before venturing into the onlinetrading  market. There are more types of online trading.  Stock online trading is based on buying and selling stocks. Forex online trading is other speculative online business based on buying and selling foreign exchange, gaining profits due to rise and fall of currency rate. Another kind of online trading are futures which is based on buying and selling financial products (commodities, labour, currency) by means of futures contracts. Choosing a good online trading broker is very important step. Online trading broker should be a reliable person, experienced in online trading bussiness. Electronic active trading accounts should be considered speculative in nature with the objective being to generate short-term profits. This activity may result in the loss of more than 100% of an investment, which is the sole responsibility of the customer. The increased leverage effect which margin provides may heighten your risk substantially, including the risk of loss in excess of 100% of your investment.

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