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Futures Trading Market Articles


  • How to Make Consistent Profits Trading Futures Part I
    One of the mistakes I consistently made in my early years as a trader was to try to make too much money in relation to my trading capital. To make £1000 a day while trading with £10,000 is absurdly ambitious; of course I have done it many times, as would anyone with this intention, but I have also gone bust on more than one occasion.
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  • How to Make Consistent Profits Trading Futures Part II
    The issue of direct access is an important one and it becomes more important the more short term your trading is. The market can change from a state of seeming paralysis to one of shocking volatility and activity in a flash. Read this Article>>

  • How to Make Consistent Profits Trading Futures Part III
    A lot of traders are trading the stock indexes like the FTSE, the DAX, the S&Ps, NASDAQ and the DOW, but rather than use futures they are using spread betting firms. The reasons for using these firms is that they require very small amounts of capital to get started, a trader can trade very small amounts (like £1 a point on FTSE as opposed to £10 for FTSE futures) and these firms make opening an account so easy. Read this Article>>

  • Planning: A Key to Successful Trading - From time to time I get some very interesting confessions. Here is a very recent one, along with a solution."Hey Joe! I had been looking at a profitable trade setup all day. I studied indicator after indicator looking for confirmation, even though I know many are correlated and redundant. But I just kept on searching. I thought, 'Maybe I missed something.' My account is now so small that I just wanted to be sure that this was the right trade. My thought was that I must take into consideration anything and everything that could cause this trade to fail. I can't afford to lose any more money. What should I do?
    What is the answer?

  • Using the 10 Day Moving Average of the VIX (Volatility Index) to time a Reversal in the the S&P 500
    Investors can get an idea of when the market may reverse when the 10 Day Moving Average (MA) of the Volatility Index (VIX) becomes significantly stretched away from its 10 Day Moving Average (MA). A simple example is shown below which compares the 10 Day MA of the VIX to the S&P 500.
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  • Futures Spread Trading -
    How professional traders optimize profits. Futures spread trading is probably the most profitable, yet safest way to trade futures. Almost every professional trader uses spreads to optimize his profits. Trading spreads offers many advantages which make it the perfect trading instrument, especially for beginners and traders with small accounts (less than $10,000).
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  • What is The Law of Charts™? - The Law of Charts was discovered by Master Trader Joe Ross. As he likes to say, "It was there all along. It just happened to fall on my head much as the law of gravity was discovered when an apple fell on Isaac Newton's head." Learn more

  • Achieving Trading Perfection - Achieving Trading Perfection - Trade quality, not quantity. Take the best of the best. Get the big picture. If you haven't previously come across such advice, or if you have and are not following it, it is time that you take these words to heart. But how?
    What is the Answer?

 




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