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Best Day Trading Strategies for Risk-Averse Investors

Day trading, which is the buying and selling of securities that happens within a one-day time frame, is one of the riskier ways to make money. Instead of investing in secure stocks for the long-term, traders are making decisions based on small price fluctuations that occur during a short timeframe.   The markets are open from 9:30[…]

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Are You Patient? Then Swing Trading Might Be for You.

Anyone can invest in a mutual fund through a 401(k)-retirement plan. Usually, their employers do it for them. And sadly, that’s often the extent of most people’s investments. They never learn how to properly invest or to take hold of their financial destinies and become millionaires.   Even though the S&P 500 has been experiencing record highs lately,[…]

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6 Day Trading Strategies for When You’re Short on Time

Day trading is one of the most exciting ways to invest and make money. It’s a short-term investment strategy that allows you to quickly go in, trade, increase your funds, and exit as soon as you’re satisfied with the results.   The buying and selling of securities within one trading day usually happen on the stock market[…]

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How Does Options Trading Work?

You’ve invested in the stock market, purchased bonds, and have looked into day trading. Now, you want to see if options trading can make you the kind of returns you’re hoping for.   Before you begin options trading, you must do your research. You need to know what it’s all about, how to effectively do it, and what sources to follow to help you score[…]

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Is the Psychology of Day Trading Psyching You Out?

Everyone knows that day trading is one of the riskiest ways to invest money. Many traders will lose a lot of money upfront, and some of them will never recover. In the worst-case scenario, the traders are using borrowed money for leverage, and aren’t able to pay it back. If you aren’t careful, you can actually go into debt.   That’s why[…]

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What Are Stock Options and How Do They Work?

Stock options are often part of a benefits package for middle managers and executives at large corporations. Employee stock options aren’t traded on an exchange like traditional options trading. They do; however, work in a similar way. Whether you’re taking advantage of stock options from your employer or trading options on your own through a[…]

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The 10-Minute Millionaire: Insider Secrets From a Pro

The 10-Minute Millionaire Insider is one of my prized creations. I built it so that I could share my stock market secrets with others, from options trading to stock splits. The more my subscriber’s profit, the more motivated I become to produce great content for them. I established The 10-Minute Millionaire Insider as a companion[…]

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What Is Swing Trading? Your Guide to Short-Term Profits

What is swing trading? And why is it essential for your trading success? Many people don’t understand the nuances between swing trading, day trading, investing, and other important words that we need to define carefully. I’m D.R. Barton, and I help people learn how to invest wisely. Whether that’s answering fundamental questions like, “What is[…]

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D.R. Barton’s Best Tips for Trading When You Have a Full-Time Job

One of the main questions I get from readers of my newsletters is how to be a successful trader when you have a full-time job. This is because the majority of people work a full-time job and trade on the side. It can be frustrating to only have time to trade on the side or[…]

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Candlestick Formations Every Binary Options Trader Worth Their Salt Should Know

When binary options traders are working, they are trying to figure out if assets will go above a certain price at a certain time. They will buy the options if they believe it will go above the price, and sell if the options go below it. In the United States, the way it works is[…]