After yesterday, I hope you have a better understanding of what’s behind market fluctuations. So I’ll get right to the four key tips.
I focus on trading low-priced stocks because of their high volatility. But I realize that style of trading isn’t for everyone. Many traders prefer to take longer positions with more stable large-cap stocks, especially if you don’t want to trade for a living.
If you’re serious about being a top tier trader. You education needs to come first. Learn as much as you can, about as much as you can. There is always something new that you can be learning and you need to start at the beginning and keep brushing up on it to keep your skills sharp. Today we're going to talk more about patterns and how to use them.
Being able to identify patterns is an essential skill for any serious trader. Read on and I’ll show you how it’s done.
Fundamental analysis is one of the core tools that every trader should utilize before they buy any stock. But if you aren’t confident you know how to do fundamental analysis it puts you at a serious disadvantage. I’ll go over some basics of fundamental analysis and how to use this crucial tool.
Yesterday I covered with you the first four of my five moves for succeeding with part time trading. But I didn’t give you the final one… We’ll cover the fifth one today. And then I’m going to go over with you some key tips before you get started.
Whether you’re trading part-time or full-time, you want to work smarter, not harder. Here are some of my best tips for how to make it work…