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Option Derivatives

Making money out of Option Derivatives is an easy yet risky way to get some quick cash while working with the market. But before you jump into this alluring game that is profitable on one side and tricky on the other, you should have a clear idea about Option Derivatives. …

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Trading Psychology, The 14 Stages of Investor Emotions

Trading Psychology, The 14 Stages of Investor Emotions Posted by Sean Hannon | Last modified on Apr 26th, 2011 | Published May 14th, 2009   Efficient markets are based on the assumption that rational people enter transactions with the intent to maximize gains and minimize losses. While this theory is sound, most …

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Importance of Position Sizing

Importance of Position Sizing Position sizing can be tricky for both new and experienced traders alike.  While we always encourage our traders not to over-extend themselves, it can be hard to know when to scale up and when you need to scale down. Sometimes, smaller is better. If you’re trying …

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Risk & Money Management in Option Trading

Risk & Money Management in Option Trading Correctly managing your capital and risk exposure is essential when trading options. While risk is essentially unavoidable with any form of investment, your exposure to risk doesn’t have to be a problem. The key is to manage the risk funds effectively; always ensure …

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Trading Vs Gambling

Trading Vs Gambling Hello Friends, Hope you all doing good in your trading in Stock Market. Today i want to share you some concepts which helps you to think again that are you doing trading as a professional trader or like a Gambler. Returns expected:- People came here to make …

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Trading Psychology

Trading Psychology The field of active trading is a challenging, fast-paced environment with nearly infinite possibilities and pitfalls. The odds are seemingly stacked against active traders in the marketplace, with studies suggesting that upwards of 80% consistently lose money and only 1% achieves predictable, long-term profitability.1) With four out of …

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