Stop loss is a key risk management tool. It closes an unfavourable position when a specified price is reached. However, to make stop loss orders work for you as efficiently as possible, you have to rely on common sense rather than gut instinct. Here are three sensible ways to cap losses in trading.
To an outside observer, trading in commodities can seem daunting, an activity that has its own language and customs. But with solid preparation beforehand and observance of some key principles, commodities can prove to be an engaging and rewarding line of investment.
In today’s economic climate, good money management needs to go beyond budgeting, clearing debt and saving. As the population is living longer and with financial provision from the state falling, it has never been more important to learn about investment to build wealth for the future.
Explore some basic steps on how to use stop-losses effectively, limit trading risks and cut your losses. Learn more about risk-per-trade, volatility and ATR method. Find out your own strategy and use stops smart.
Having never made an annual profit, Spotify – the music streaming service – launched on Nasdaq this week to great acclaim and a share price pop that quickly overshadowed the company's initial listing price
The ZigZag indicator is a technical analysis tool that can be used to identify classic charting patterns in trading. It is designed to highlight important trends and confirm possible price reversals. It eliminates price noise that is not significant for the trader's analysis.
Cryptocurrencies are so new to the world of investment that debate still rages – as it does around foreign exchange – about whether we call them an asset class. But one thing was made perfectly clear at the end of 2017: they belong at the riskier end of the investment spectrum
A profit warning will always make a company’s share price fall, but what clues are there that a profit warning might be on the way
As you become a more experienced investor, you will want to use in-depth tools to analyse when to get in and out of trades – and one of the most useful ways of doing this is through the exponential moving average indicator, or EMA.