Covering developments in the financial world, and providing the latest updates on TradingHD’s courses' offerings
During the webinar we looked at multiple markets from SPX, NASDAQ, Gold, Silver, Crude and many more including exciting stocks like Google, Facebook and Valeant - both longs and shorts.
I am delighted to be hosting the Markets in Real Time webinar for TradingHD's budding traders and investors. I invite you all to join me on the [B]28th of October 7pm BST[/B], for a webinar looking at multiple markets as they move.
Whether you are a reactive or passive technical trader can greatly influence your trading success. A reactive technical trader typically buys or sells retracements in price and breakouts, and take trades off support and resistance. A passive technical trader will not engage in those setups at the hard right edge of a chart. Rather, they will watch and wait for price to unfold, and observe the common trading patterns as they do. By doing so, the passive trader gains much more knowledge about the underlying price movement, and this provides them with a psychological edge over the reactive trader.
If you wanted to see a real time playbook of how the study of price action can help you sharpen your investment process, the last couple of weeks would be as good a place there is to start.
Stocks and currencies in emerging markets have been hammered this summer. The same applies for the commodity market. The past week Wall Street has also gotten caught in the downdraught.
You would be forgiven for thinking an interest rate hike from the US Federal Reserve is never coming. It has been 9 years since they last voted to raise rates, and it has been almost 7 years since they made any move on interest rates at all.