Stop making poor investments and start winning in financial markets. Vince Stanzione reveals his secrets in a simple step by step system which gives an exact buy, sell and lock in profits system which can be used on all markets including gold, oil, shares, FTSE100 and FX trading less than 15 minutes per day using tax free spread bets, Contracts for Difference (CFDs) and fixed odds bets. To discover more go to www.winonmarkets.net
Investing and Trading Blind?
While “day trading” and short-term bets may sound exciting the truth is that my wealth has not come from short terms bets. It has come from trading trends over weeks, months and years. While brokers and bookmakers like to generate more business from active customers, the winners in the long run are the least active traders. For many readers that are more conservative and with a little grey hair, you will not be suited to short term in and out trading. As a trend trader I am not glued to a screen all day and only check prices at the end of the day and on some trades only once a week.
Money management is the key to survival
A good trader does not need to make money that often. In fact, you could get 80% of your trades wrong and still make money. Let’s say you lose £100 on 8 trades and you then make £500 on two trades, you are in profit. However sure you are that the market will crash or ABC is going to soar, make your first trade a small one, and then, if you are correct, add more to that trade.
Pyramiding a successful trade is the key to making large returns. Never add to a losing trade!
Cut losses and let winners run
Everyone tells you this, but few can do it. Trading comes down to psychology and everyone wants to win and no one likes to be wrong or be classed as a loser. Most unsuccessful traders take profits quickly, yet they will let losing trades run and run as they hope things will get better. What I suggest is that you have a mechanical approach to exits and entries. That is, you have a cut out point set on opening a trade. Financial Bookmakers offer a guaranteed stop loss on most products. This means that you can place a bet knowing that the most you can lose is known, say £200, yet your profit could be unlimited. Another good tip is to trail stops, which means you lock in some profits yet keep the trade running. Once a trade moves into profit, you could move the stop loss to you entry point; this means that the worse case scenario is a break-even trade. Many class spread trading “as risky or for gamblers”.
This is totally untrue as in fact with a guaranteed stop loss your risk is totally known ahead of time unlike buying shares with a stockbroker. Another point is that most new traders spend too much time planning when to get in and buy, when in fact they should spend much more time on the exit strategy and how much they are going to trade.