Sep 19, 2018  |  Posted by: 

With our previous article, we started getting into the important aspects of actual trading. After observing the market for decades, we can safely conclude that those who devise a trading plan and stick to it with discipline, have come out to be successful compared to those who go by their instincts. In our previous articles in the sam...  
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Sep 14, 2018  |  Posted by: 

In our previous article, we highlighted the relationship between profitability and the number of winning trades. Now that we have covered the auxiliary knowledge required to become a successful trader, it is time to get into the details of actual trad...  
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Sep 05, 2018  |  Posted by: 

Our previous article outlined the winning psychology you need to adapt to become a successful trader. The next objective for you is to understand the difference between profitability and profit. Once you dive deep into trading, you will come across many “succe...  
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Aug 30, 2018  |  Posted by: 

In our previous article, we extensively covered how you can guard your trading capital with a few techniques and methods. Going forward in the same series, the next thing an aspiring trader should master is a winning psychology. Performing technical and fundamental analysis about a company can be taught and absorbed with enough dedic...  
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Aug 27, 2018  |  Posted by: 

In our previous article, we covered all the ways in which you can aquire or increase your trading capital. The next step towards becoming a full time trader is to understand how you can guard your money. Fundamentally, you should refine your strategy enough to limit its loss making days. Once that is covered, you might be tempted to go al...  
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Aug 23, 2018  |  Posted by: 

The first requirement to start trading is an adequate amount of capital. When you have realistic expectations from your strategy and the market, you can expect to make around 1-2% return on your capital every month. Some months, you might also need to brace yourself for negative returns or losses. Every year, you can expect your capital to grow by roughly 15% which beats the average interest benchmark for returns from your savings bank account or fix...  
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Aug 20, 2018  |  Posted by: 

Trading for your living means you can be your own boss and make money by your own rules. But that kind of freedom comes with utmost dedication towards the art of trading. In this article, we will be covering what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur who trades for a living. Read more »

Aug 13, 2018  |  Posted by: 

In our previous articles, we focussed on how you can use time, technology and knowledge to maximise your profitability. But is that all it takes to succeed in trading? The answer is a big NO!  We’ve all heard that practice makes a man perfect and that is the last piece of the trading puzzle. There are no traders from anywhere around the world who were profitable from th...  
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