Even the best of traders do not make a profit with every trade, so it is important to remember that loss-making trades are inevitable, irrespective of how well you know the markets. The following tips will help you navigate the financial markets, enabling you to devise a sensible and stable trading strategy.
Long-term trading inevitably involves losses and no trader can have 100% winning trades all the time. In this guide, we discuss why risk management is important to your trading strategy and offer pointers to keep in mind when planning your CFD trading strategy.
The MACD is a simple, yet effective indicator. This article will explain how to interpret and use the MACD for technical trading. The MACD can provide a visual snapshot to analyse trends, which allows traders to scan charts rapidly. That makes it an invaluable tool of technical analysis, especially in today’s global village with myriad financial instruments being available to traders at the click of a mouse, as in the CMC Markets NextGen platform.
Fibonacci retracements are a popular form of technical analysis used by traders to predict future potential price support and resistance levels in the markets.
Technical analysis is a form of analysis used by traders to evaluate future price action based on historical price data.
Chart pattern analysis consists of a set of pre-defined patterns formed by moving market prices. Chart patterns are used by traders and analysts to identify potential entry and exit points in the markets.
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