Category: Stock Market Training

Floor Traders

Trading has become increasingly digitalized, and the market has also become significantly electronic. Floor traders are relatively conventional kinds of traders that execute transactions from the floor of the exchange; floor traders use the open outcry method; however, most of them use electronic trading systems and do not appear in the pit. History Of Floor…

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Witch of Wall Street

Have you ever heard of the Witch of Wall Street? She was the richest woman in America during what was known as The Gilded Age. Which in and of itself is a cool time period. And if you live in the North East, chances are you’ve visited the summer “cottages” of the Gilded Age millionaires….

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How to Trade With a Part Time Job

Have you ever work up one day to find yourself stuck in a dead-end job with little to no opportunities for advancement. With paltry pay, you have no chance of paying for a vacation for your family, let alone afford the time off. Being stuck in a lousy part-time job with no money can be…

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How To Avoid Over Trading

Do you know how to avoid over trading? A successful trader is defined by the quality of the trades, not the number of trades. Over trading isn’t a problem reserved exclusively for new traders. In fact, it’s a problem both new and veteran traders face from time to time. From excitement, FOMO and even vengeance,…

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stock trend analyzer

What is a stock trend analyzer? I’m not going to lie; the road to trading profits has numerous twists, turns and dead-ends. Efforts to seek profits from the markets invariably leads to the use of online resources, tools and brokers. As straightforward as this might sound, it’s rarely such an easy process in my experience….

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Iceberg Orders

Most traders will encounter iceberg orders at some point in their trading activities. These are orders that have been broken into smaller portions. Or in other words segmented. These smaller portions are called lots or limit orders. They’ve been given the name ‘iceberg’ because just as it is with the iceberg, it’s the smaller portion…

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What is an Overweight Rating

What is an overweight rating meaning in the stock market? If a stock has this rating, it means that analysts believe the stock will outperform a given index, security, or stock. Furthermore, an overweight rating also means that the stock may reach a position higher than what a particular benchmark gives it. Most stocks are…

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Merchant Cash Advance Investing

Merchant Cash Advance Investing or MCA is a commonly utilized type of loan for small businesses who either don’t qualify or simply cannot obtain a sizable enough loan from a bank. Generally speaking, MCA loans come with stipulations; higher interest rates, and specific ways that the merchant pays the loan back. In fact, most of…

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Stock Backtesting

Do you know how to backtest a trading strategy? If someone handed you the keys to their Formula 1 race car, would you take it for a spin around the track at full speed? I certainly hope not, or at least I hope you have your will up to date. Reckless behavior like this is…

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