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Category Archives: Trading Education

Intermarket analysis

Introduction to Intermarket Analysis

By Trading Predator January 14th, 2016 1 Comment

The basic premise of Intermarket analysis is that all markets are related. In other words, what happens in one market has an effect on another. On a macro level, the four interrelated markets are the commodity, currency, bond, and stock markets. Institutional traders have long understood the impact of interest rates on stocks, for example.

Trading edge

What is a Trading Edge and Why is it Important for a Trader?

By Trading Predator December 7th, 2015 No Comments

Trading edge is the precise reason behind seeking trading systems and trading strategies. Traders spend hours, days or even years, to find trading edge in mechanical systems, trading strategies and discretionary methods. Trading edge is what differentiates between winning and losing. It creates a line in the sand between trading and gambling. It separates successful

Trading apps for Indian traders

Best Trading apps for every Indian traders

By Trading Predator November 16th, 2015 1 Comment

“To be a successful trader, One has to stay in tune with financial markets, even after Market hours.Trading apps are one the best ways to stay in tune with the financial markets” In today’s world of high-frequency trading and speculative trading, the chance to profit without information advantage is becoming difficult.Traders, both personal and institutional

Paul tudor Jones

Speculator’s Wisdom: Paul Tudor Jones

By Trading Predator November 6th, 2015 No Comments

“If you make a good trade, don’t think it is because you have some uncanny foresight. Always maintain your sense of confidence, but keep it in check.” For those who’re not familiar with Paul Tudor Jones, Here’s a Short Bio. Along with Paul Tudor Jones uncanny wisdom : Paul Tudor Jones (born September 28, 1954),

Wyckoff Trading style


By Trading Predator November 4th, 2015 No Comments

“The core concept here is that chart patterns have very limited utility, and what predictive power they do have is highly dependent on where they appear. Wyckoff believed, real purpose of Technical analysis is to define the buying and selling pressure in the market.” Richard Wyckoff– One of the few legendary names in Wallstreet. Pretty