Day Trading Learning

Day Trading is the practice of buying and selling financial assets such as stocks, stock options, currencies, cash, equity shares, bonds, loans, or any other securities within the same trading day in which all carried positions are usually closed/square-off before the market close for the trading day. It allows traders or investors to make profit within the trading day. Traders who participate in day trading are called intraday traders or day traders.

Day trading generally refers to the opening and closing positions in financial assets at it is categorized above within the same trading day. It is used to take positions in a trading day and during the trading hours trader can closed his/her all positions at any time within the same trading day. It is supposed to be as gambling and speculation in which trader has to close his/her all acquired positions, no matter whether he/she is in profit or loss by the end of trading day.

In day trading or intraday trading system, traders can both either buy or sell according to the market nature whether it is bullish or bearish. When the market looks bullish traders use to buy first and then sell it to get profits, while on the other hand when the market looks bearish traders use to sell first and then buy stocks in order to get appropriate profits. However it requires lots of experience and knowledge of share market.

Day Trading Techniques: Intraday Trading Techniques provides a road map to traders by which day traders trade in stock(cash) market and attempt to make profits. Nowadays lots of stock trading course/education are given by different broking and investment advisory firms. Following are the techniques used to trade effectively in day trading or intraday trading:

1. Always follow the current market trend: Trend following is a day trading technique that helps to predict market nature and behaviour in various markets. By using this technique trader buys stocks which are assumed to rise, or fall in the expectation that the trend will go.

2. Scalping trading: Scalping is simply a trading strategy that attempts to make profit by the numbers of small price shares. It is generally referred as spread concept based trading. Sometimes it is known as chunking trading which allow to trade in small chunks.

3. Stock Volume and Market Volatility: Before going to take positions in day trading, a trader must look at to the volume of stocks and keep updations of market volatility as well. Volatility can be considered as one of the important factor to evaluate stocks for day trading.

4. Analyse Risks and Rewards: Day trading is a high risk trading game. It has lots of risk as well as high profits. Before investing in stocks a trader should analyse the risks and rewards associated with it.

5. Technical Aspects: In order to trade effectively in stock market traders need to take help from modern softwares and live stock charts. A trader may require to take help from stock advisor, and technical analyst to get stock reports and stock news.

6. Avoid Over-trading: A day trader should avoid to indulge in over trading, it may cause for loss, however sometimes it may lead towards profit.

Finally comes to the conclusion that the day trading is risky trading style, and a day trader must understand the risks associated with it. To trade effectively in intraday trading one should follow the appropriate rules, regulations and restrictions.

The Cashflow 101 Game – Winning Strategies

A few ideas to help you win the Cashflow 101 game.

Let’s start off with the concept of raising money. You can’t do anything without it, so you need to leverage it as much as possible. You do this by buying as much shares as you possibly can, probably using most of your spare cash!

The $1 share buying card (the are in fact two of them) should be a gold mine as when you sell, you could get up to 40 times your money.

If you pick this card, you should borrow money from the bank (without going bankrupt) and just wait for you or somebody else to pick up the relevant sale card. This extra money should enable you to buy ‘Big Deals’ and you will very quickly be able to get out of the ‘Rat Race’. By then, you will have more money than you know what to do with!

Next, always buy property whenever you can with spare cash, even if the cashflow is poor or even negative. You may have an opportunity to sell the property at a profit if you or somebody else picks up a ‘Market’ card.

When buying Businesses or property, if they cost more to buy than you can afford, remember to factor in the increased Cashflow to see if it is worth doing. It may be worth just going round the Rat Race doing very little for a few goes to pay off your borrowed money from the bank to pay for that ‘Big Deal’.

The next point is a biggie, but I see people ignoring it all the time.

If you have lots of money, do something with it. Do not hold onto it. The least you can do is to pay off some of your debts. Remember that some are more worth paying off than others. Again this is true in real life.

At the moment, interest rates are poor and ‘slow’ money in the bank is in reality losing value with inflation, so make it work for you by doing something with it.

On the Fast Track, always go for the gambling options to raise your cashflow if you can pay for it.. Never miss any green square opportunity.

Summing up, I think that life is all about taking opportunities and so is the game of Cashflow. You must do something with every turn of a card, rather than just waiting for that big deal to turn up. Happy playing!

The Nature Of High Yield Investment Programs (HYIPs)

“What really is an HYIP?”, or “What is an HYIP really like?” How you answer that question can determine how successful you will be in the online world of high yield investing. There are at least six different answers to the question about the true nature of a high yield investment program (HYIP).

1. Investment. After all, HYIP stands for High Yield Investment Program. Yes, but an HYIP is not a real investment, because unlike a true investor, the hyiper rarely knows in what wealth-building instrument his money is.

2. Scam. This is certainly true of some HYIPs, but not all HYIPs are run by geek thieves.

3. Ponzi Scheme. It is estimated that at least 90% of HYIPs are ponzis. In an HYIP ponzi, the operator uses money from previous depositors to pay current or later depositors.

4. Gambling. This is the opinion of those who either despise HYIPs or have lost money to HYIPs. There is some truth to this, but in that sense, hyipers are as much gamblers as day traders.

5. A Money Game. An HYIP is a game in that there are certain rules of the game that can give an informed player the edge, if she will first invest the time to learn before she can earn. But once you learn the basic rules, this money game can be as much fun as it can be lucrative.

6. A Loan Program. That’s what I prefer to call the 10% of HYIPs that are genuine. When you deposit funds into an HYIP, you are in effect lending money to someone, who is promising to pay you interest on your loan. You are the lender or creditor, and the operator of the HYIP is the borrower. This borrower can do whatever he wants with your money. The borrower (HYIP operator) may use your money to trade the stock market, penny stocks, the foreign exchange (forex) market, or even e-currency. The only thing that matters to you is that

(a) the borrower pays you an interest on the principal amount you loaned him

(b) he returns your principal at the end of the term of the loan.

In the lending industry, the likelihood of a borrower repaying you depends on the honesty and financial situation of the borrower. When you lend someone money, there can be no guarantee that you will get repaid. In effect, your deposit to the HYIP is not just a loan, it is an unsecured loan; the borrower puts up no collateral that you can claim and sell if he defaults on the loan. Compared to other lenders, you have another disadvantage in this credit business: there are no collections department, collections company or credit reporting agencies to report the deadbeat to! In fact, most often there is no loan contract between lender (you) and borrower (the HYIP).

Therefore, if you decide to be a hyiper, you must, like your fellow creditors (banks, etc), learn how to write off bad debts (HYIPs that don’t return your funds). Otherwise, you will find yourself ‘closing store’ or calling lawyers. Actually going to court against HYIPs will you cost you more in time, emotional currency, and money than the HYIP game itself. Imagine a bank taking every bad borrower to court!

That’s why it is absolutely crucial for you to find a way to screen each potential borrower (HYIP) as much as a bank, Master Card, Visa, or a store will screen someone who applies for a loan, credit card, or line of credit. Luckily, for those who really want to profit in this arena, there are few tools available online for screening and grading HYIPs to find those honest borrowers.

Cataclysm Addon TradeskillMaster (TSM)

Everyone has heard of auctioneer right? That’s the addon with over two million downloads that helps you earn gold in world of warcraft. Before I go into the newest wow gold making addon that works with auctioneer in cataclysm, called TradeskillMaster (TSM), I’d like to first go over what makes auctioneer a success.

1. Auctioneer tracks the data for all items on the auction house.

Think of the stock market, wouldn’t it be cool to see the current going rate of items on the auction house, much like stocks in the real world? Well auctioneer lets you keep track of the ‘market value’ of your items so you know how to price them according to this daily updated amount.

2. Auctioneer helps you search the auction house.

It’s nice to hit search and find what you need all the time right? Well with the standard auction house that isn’t always the case. Auctioneer enhances all the standard features for searching in cataclysm and then goes ahead and adds a couple dozen additional enhancements such as sorting by seller, by market value, by profitability for resale, etc.

3. Auctioneer helps you post your items.

Posting is a pain, even with the updated auction house in cataclysm, especially if you have thousands of items to sell. Just remembering the values is taxing, let alone typing them in over and over again! Auctioneer allows you to store data based on how you want to sell items and then just press batch post to throw them all up on the auction house with one click.

So what is TradeskillMaster and how does it come into play?

TSM works right alongside auctioneer, literally appearing next to the auction house tab when you talk to an auctioneer in wow. It has several functions which automate and simplify the processes of auctioneer, as well as enhance these functions even further. It also helps with automating decision making for crafting, selling and cancelling.

1. Shopping Lists

Want to just shop for the list of items you need for your auction house business? Now you can press one button and see every item you’d like to use for crafting purposes.

2. Automatic Intelligent Posting

You can now base your pricing off percentage cost of the materials needed, not just on set values you used to have to create on your own with auctioneer’s setup. Creating rulesets which are far more advanced than the standard auctioneer functionality are also possible and fairly easy to implement.

3. Automatic Cancelling of Undercut Auctions

Cancel your auctions that have been undercut by the competition instantly with the push of a button! You can then use automatic rulesets to intelligently repost them based on current prices and long term market values.

4. Identify Items to Craft

Easily look through what items you can craft with TSM and then with the click of your mouse set them up as part of a crafting que, as well as identify the items necessary for crafting them.