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.
Stock markets are not always rational. Despite warnings to the contrary, of bubbles or over-heated valuation, investors often pile into a sector when it is flying, ever hopeful that the bull run has much further to go.
In an extreme bear market, investor confidence is positively subterranean. All faith in the market has gone and the human instinct is to bail out. Rational thought is abandoned as panic selling sets in.
Have you ever widened the gap between your stop loss and your opening trade to hold a trade open longer? Have you then cancelled a stop loss order to keep your trade open? If you have, you need to think again.
Threatened US steel tariffs are undermining the efforts of global stock markets to return to normal after last month’s setback. In addition to the main market movers of oil and gold, a variety of other hard and soft commodities influence the global economy.
On Valentine’s Day 2018, 17 students aged between 14 and 17 were executed in a hailstorm of bullets
Strong governance is essential when promoting a company to potential investors, and a rise in whistleblowing alerting the public to poor corporate practices could be seen as damaging
Explore our starter pack for a trend trader. Discover what is trend trading, how to tell a sector trend from a market trend and learn to read charts with simple and exponential averages plotted on them.