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Purchasing A New Computer For Trading Futures

Trading futures can be very frustrating and confusing especially for novices who are just starting out. What is even more frustrating and confusing is determining which computer you need to buy so that you can buy and sell real time.

Disciplined Day Traders Sit On Their Hands

The term we often hear “sit on your hands” applies to every style of trader.  It is arguably more relative to shorter term day traders since we rapidly move in and out of trades.  The basic definition of “sit on your hands” is to WAIT for our entry rules to signal an opportunity.

Emini Futures Are A New Way To Pay For College Tuition

College students today are faced with a huge problem. To get ahead in this world a college education is vital. Yet college is expensive. Students emerging from many colleges and universities after earning their 4 year degree can have debts of anywhere from $50-100,000. For professionals, such as doctors and lawyers, the price can be much higher. When just starting out, that may take years to pay off. While scholarships help, they may only cover a portion of the entire amount. Many students end up taking out loans to stay in school. Yet everyone tells students — to get ahead in life you must stay in school and get a good education. What a dilemma. Stay in school and get burdened with a huge debt or don’t get a college education and end up with debts anyway since you can’t get a good paying job.

Writing Trading Rules That Fit Your Personality

Most new attempts at trading for a Living fail because the trader lacks trading rules. Of course, these are Trading Rules you’re expected to write before you have any trading experience. Asking a trader who is new to the trading business to write Trading Rules is like asking a High School Senior to pick a College major before he’s ever stepped foot into the business world.

Quote Stuffing Is A Thing Of The Past

On July 5, 2011, the Consolidated Quote System (CQS) used by the U.S. Stock Exchanges, increased its quote capacity by 33 percent to 1 million quotes per second. This capacity was quickly filled by high frequency trading robots (HFT’s). HFT’s make the old game of “quote stuffing” seem like amateur hour.

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