Imagine for a moment that you’re a newly appointed trainee chef. Eager, excited and ready to get in the kitchen, the head chef unexpectedly throws you a curve ball. He asks that you begin preparations to cook five-star meals at their finest restaurant in town that evening. We’d be surprised if this didn’t raise an … Continue reading Making use of your Demo Account
‘But out of limitations comes creativity’ – Debbie Allen. Ten years ago, smartphones did not exist. Three decades earlier, no one even owned a computer. Today, however, nearly everybody is connected. Thanks to this technological advancement, creating an alternative source of income through trading is appealing. Despite the appeal, many traders, particularly those new to … Continue reading Is It Possible to Trade Forex Part Time?
Learning how to regulate psychological conflicts is as important as developing a well-defined risk/money-management strategy and trading methodology. Having all components function side by side is paramount to successfully trade. Unfortunately, trading psychology is often overlooked. Many traders mistakenly believe developing solid trading methodologies is all that’s required to profit. If you’re incapable of regulating … Continue reading Trading Psychology: How to Begin Thinking Like a Professional Trader
We’re lucky enough to be joined by Terry today, who has kindly agreed to answer some questions about his trading journey. Terry is coming to us from the UK, England and has been involved in trading for eight years, with three of those years trading live money. So, without further ado, let’s dive in and … Continue reading Interview with a Successful Trader
Many of the best traders began their careers on a frustrating note, experiencing the same difficulties most of us go through. Trading is a process that can take years to master. Much of the learning consists of governing one’s psychological state and deciphering between high and low-probability situations. Any trader worth their salt will tell … Continue reading Trading Confluence: a High-Probability Approach