In this course you’ll learn about a variety of trading strategies. With a better understanding of the types of strategies available you can make a well informed decision about which types may be right for your portfolio.
When you complete this course, you will:
- Be familiar with the key terms and concepts of different trading strategies
- Know the potential benefits and risks involved with various trading strategies
- Determine which trading strategy or strategies may be right for your portfolio
|1.||Swing trading setups||Article||
Keep in mind, whatever strategy you choose, stops and money management are essential to your success.
Keep in mind, whatever strategy you choose, stops and money management are essential to your success. More
|2.||Day trading: Strategies and risks||Article||
In this section, Risks of Day Trading, investors will learn about some of the requirements day traders must meet; this section underscores the importance of meeting these requirements.
In this section, Risks of Day Trading, investors will learn about some of the requirements day... More
The pairs trader attempts to capitalize on market imbalances between two or more financial instruments, such as stocks or funds, in anticipation of making money when the inequality is corrected.
The pairs trader attempts to capitalize on market imbalances between two or more financial... More
The goal of a range trade is to find a point at which price has stretched too far above or beneath the average price and must snap back like a rubber band and/or to find a point where resistance or support has formed and is likely to hold again.
The goal of a range trade is to find a point at which price has stretched too far above or beneath... More
|5.||Momentum trading strategies||Article||
A variety of technical analysis tools can be used to assist with a momentum-based approach. To learn... More
Developing and testing a trading method
- WILEY GLOBAL FINANCE
Technical analysis focuses on market action — specifically, volume and price. Technical analysis is only one approach to analyzing stocks. When considering which stocks to buy or sell, you should use the approach that you're most comfortable with. As with all your investments, you must make your own determination as to whether an investment in any particular security or securities is right for you based on your investment objectives, risk tolerance, and financial situation. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.