Successful traders have rules and stick to them, whether those rules are based on volatility, probability, technical analysis, or other factors.
Have you been paper trading on a simulator? Is it time for the real deal? It’s not just about money; it’s also about emotion. Here’s what you should know about paper trading vs. live trading.
Trading stocks and options can play tricks on your mind. Control as much as you can to reduce the risks you can't control. Avoid these four trading mistakes.
Like most financial advisors, robo-advisors recommend portfolios based on investors’ long-term financial goals, time horizon, and risk tolerance. Because robo-advisors generally use algorithms to make investment decisions, they avoid emotions and generally charge lower fees.
Some call it a bull trap; others use the more colorful term suckers' rally. Either way, traders don't want to get caught. Is a bounce off the lows for real, or just a ruse?
Taking notes in a trading journal can help you better understand trading and provide insights to improve your trading.
Investing results may depend to some extent on luck, but research and science play a larger role in portfolio strategy.
Risk and uncertainty are hallmarks of trading, but they create stress. Learn four ways to manage stress in trading and investing.
After-hours trading homework can cut the scary from real-time markets. Plus, some markets remain open after traditional market hours.
Are you effectively investing your money? Millennials are among the smartest investors, but not all of them follow this important process.
Don’t panic and sell your long-term retirement investment. Instead, consider going shopping during a stock market down phase.
Out-of-the-money call options may be hard to trade when volatility is low, but there are good opportunities for cheaper options trades during market extremes.
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