Day Trading Profit Secret – Why Do We Still Watch the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 Indexes So Closely?
For many a year day traders have followed the Dow Jones as an important guide to the markets. The Dow Jones industrial average is the average price of 30 of the biggest most important stocks in the United States of America. The formula is actually a little more complex than just an average, to allow for stock splits.Option Trading – Time Decay and Calendar Spreads
In option trading, the practice of calendar spreads usually involves purchasing the further month and selling the closer month options, but there are other routes that can be taken. Regular spreads are better when you are dealing with at the money options, but it can sometimes be a good idea to do the exact opposite, for example when the strike price is out of the money.A Career in Day Trading – Get Hired Today!
Day trading has a certain lure to it. Making trades and walking away at the end of the day with hopefully some money in your pocket (and quite possibly a lot more money than any other job) is a good feeling. Did you know that you can get hired as a trader quite easily?
In the history of trading, multitudes of day traders have dreamed about forecasting, and many spend much of their waking hours trying to work out how to forecast the markets. The Question is does it work!How to Trade ES Emini Gaps
Gaps are a popular set up for many traders to initiate trades. They are also a great way to lose money. I explain some of the gap formations and profitable gaps to trade.