Learn how to trade bear markets to profit from the gloom through options and short selling
Louise Bedford examines why purchasing cheap options may be selling yourself short.
There is no need to trust your gut or rely on instincts, successful trading is all about mechanical entries and exits, writes Louise Bedford
There is nothing more debilitating than the emotional reaction that we may experience after taking a loss.
Novice traders often take on incredible levels of risk without realising the consequences of their actions.
Our instincts helped get us out of caves and into centrally heated homes – but can they help us become better traders?
If you’ve been getting stopped out regardless of the direction you’ve been attempting to trade – you’re probably ready to jump off the proverbial cliff…
When I was a little girl, my sister and I raised the skill of building card houses to an art form. Each day we would try to out-do our previous record. Sometimes we would succeed in creating the ‘Taj Mahal’ of card houses that would practically withstand an earthquake (in our minds at least).
Position sizing can save you from committing financial suicide in the sharemarket. Few people realise the importance of this essential skill because, at first glance, the benefits are not immediately tangible.
Just imagine that you have the opportunity to dine with the most successful trader in the world at a lavish restaurant. As you prepare to meet this living legend of the sharemarket, there are many thoughts running through your mind.