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Fear-Based Trading and How It Affects Novice E-Mini Traders

It seems that most e-mini traders, at some point in their career, experience some form of fear-based trading. I have watched very experienced traders go through fear-based trading, but more often than not it is the novice trader who goes through a rough patch and then starts to experience the symptoms of fear-based trading.

In the Current Economic Environment, Should I Trade the ES or the YM?

If you are a trader and trade the e-mini contracts with regularity, you could not have helped but notice that we have reached a point in time where conditions have made, for some, trading more difficult. There are a number of factors that have led to this situation; the cash markets are at all-time highs, which have in turn led the e-mini indexes to all-time highs; the economy is improving, but it is hardly robust, as the indexes might suggest. There are other factors we will talk about in subsequent articles in this series.

Types of Day Trading Accounts for Low Capital Beginners

Beginner day traders (even those with little capital) have a couple of good alternatives to investing in the stock market. Here we look at a couple of different day trading accounts for beginners with low to moderate amounts of money to invest.

Trade Binary Options Like an Olympic Athlete

The 2012 London Olympic Games are here. Market analysts claim that it will bring large -scale incomes and future economic benefits related with the investments in the infrastructure and international resonance. Not only will it guarantee huge incomes to British Companies and make the country more attractive spot for business investment and tourism, but create huge resonance in all countries which are reported to participate. Enormous opportunities for binary options trading should emerge over the course of the entire Olympics.

What Is the Difference Between Regular Options and Binary Options?

Traditional Options, sometimes referred to as Vanilla Options, have both marked similarities and differences when compared to Binary Options, also known as digital or all or nothing options. Let’s explore these.



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