Trading is not as simple as you can sail.

Trading is not as simple as you can sail.

Recently, I became interested in trading, it is a game on the stock market, wild it can often build up its budget, but also freeze your cash or lose it. These types of games carry both profit and loss risks.

So when can we lose something in trading? The technique up to three times a piece – wanting to quickly raise our account balance we conquer from the drop to growth, the action which servant stands still instead of going up sharply falls down. What to do in this situation? We have nothing left but to wait and hope that the level of decline will not cross the line telling us that our positions will be closed. Then we have a guaranteed loss, but if our positions go down there is a chance of our shares going up a lot.

How do I play to win?

One way to play the stock market is to study in depth the history of the prices of the falls and ups and downs of our shares – the sine wave will show us the loss as well as profit. In order to enter the options for previewing the action of interest to us, we need to find a certain page on which the history of our action is written in a long time frame. How to find a page of interest to do this in the search engine we need to enter the name of the action and add the word "course" in turn. When we find a page with information about the auction we are interested in, we have a time chart and time frame options to preview for those interested. Available options; is a day option, followed by a weekly, monthly, 3-month, half-yearly, and annual option. Diagnosis, in order to best diagnose the course, it is best to take the annual option. We then have full insight into the declines and ups and downs of the action we are interested in.

In the event of a long-term freeze of our shares, the trading system has been equipped with a sale option with a loss, so as not to unnecessarily block our cash and be able to continue to operate it – i.e. multiply it. Other options are graphic options that we can set in our chart, there is a linear, candlestick and bar option - Personally, I prefer the first option.

The distribution of cash would not fall below the chart and that our positions would not be closed. What does it look like in practice? With $1,000, we invest 70% of that amount – the rest stays as collateral in the event of a drop in the price of our index. The trading program has a number of options for purchase and sale settings, it is possible to program buying and selling from a certain threshold – it is so convenient that we can deposit our savings not on an investment but to trading 212 and significantly multiply our savings on a yearly basis.


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