Posts Tagged ‘night trading’

Panic Selling In The Stock Market During The Summer Doldrums? Can’t Be

Friday, August 12th, 2011

It’s Monday, the week of August 8th, 2011. Summer doldrums should last another 3 weeks. Trading volume in the Market should be reaching its yearly low. But wait…can’t be. The Market is down 635 point. Now its Tuesday, the Market is up 430 points. Wednesday, the Market is down 520 points. Now Thursday, the Market is up 424 points. This can’t be summer doldrums. So what is contributing to the Market’s fluctuation like this? The answer is simple…margin calls. (more…)

For Trading Futures or Night Trading, Do Not Become A Simulator Junkie

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

Learning to trade, whether it is stocks, options, ETF’s, or even Trading Futures, no matter if you intend to day trade or are thinking about night trading, you must first become a “Master Paper Trader”. So exactly what is an Master Paper Trader and how long does it take to become one? You alone can answer that question when you discover something about yourself. (more…)

Panning For Gold? Try Night Trading With Emini Futures

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

Ever go out and buy yourself one of those gold pans, sit by a river bed, sifting and sifting, hoping beyond hope that you will somehow find that golden nugget you’ve always wanted to find. Maybe you bought a gold “map” that gives you the absolute certain location of where gold is apt to appear in the river. Well…look no more. Why pan for gold when you can trade gold futures? While gold pans can only process a limited volume of stream bed material, you can trade unlimited numbers of gold futures contracts. (more…)

Trading Futures or Night Trading, Learn By Using The Simulator

Friday, July 8th, 2011

The first training tool for every beginning trader or seasoned professional is the trading simulator. This is the best tool for learning to buy and sell stocks or futures contracts. It is also a great tool for discovering new trading strategies, all without risking the cash in your brokerage account. (more…)

Emini Futures Anyone? It May Not Be Wimbledon But “Come On”

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

For the last 7 weeks, that Stock Market has been on a very slow, but steady downward trend. Each week, another 1% of the value of the S&P 500 is lost. Is there an end in sight? Maybe…but then again, maybe not yet. (more…)

Trading Futures By Scalping, No It’s Not A John Wayne Western Movie

Monday, June 20th, 2011

A big question for futures traders is…can I make a living “Scalping”. How do I do this, can I be consistent? Why would anyone want to scalp. For that matter what is “Scalping?” (more…)

Day Trading Or Night Trading, It May Just Seem Like Staring At The Wall

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Traders always say virtually the same thing. I’m on the simulator. I am trading well. I have very few bad trades. It does not matter if I am trading stocks, ETF’s, trading futures, day trading or night trading. I change to trade with live money and I can’t make a good trade to save my sole from the devil. (more…)

Futures Trading? Don’t Trade Beyond Your Comfort Zone

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Paper trade your trading strategy. Do not trade with real money before you have fully tested your plan and contingencies. Brokerages offer E-Mini market simulators that you can use to develop your trading system. Invest the time to gain confidence trading before you trade for real. You should paper trade regardless if you are trading emini futures, stocks, ETFs, currency trading, night trading, etc. (more…)

Night Trading? You’ll Need To Be Your Own Coach

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011

You are the broker for your own business. You are solely responsible for the success or failure of your business. You should have the same expectations you would have if your account were at a large brokerage being traded by a professional broker. (more…)

Futures Trading, Is It A Business or Is It A Monkey Business

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Day trading is not some Get-Rich Quick scheme. You will not become a multi-millionaire overnight. Do not listen to those who tell you they turned $1000 into $2 Million in 1 year. Day trading is not gambling. There is no casino. (more…)