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Technical Traders

We trade Futures, Forex, Equities, and Options. We use price action and seldom use indicators. The main rule on this sub is to post trades BEFORE you make them - including charts and your reasoning for making the trade. You need a thick skin, because no trade should go without criticism.
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r/StockMarket - Reddit's front page of the stock market, financial news

Stock market news, Trading, investing, long term, short term traders, daytrading, technical analysis, fundamental analysis and more. We cover it all at stockmarket.
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Differences between trading forex and futures

Is one more volatile? Does one follow technicals more often than the other? Am I going against banks as much as forex?
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How Do Professionals Traders Trade In Trend Trading, Forex, And Futures?

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[#1] How Do Professionals Traders Trade In Trend Trading, Forex, And Futures? [worldnews] 0 comments

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Should I buy

Hey guys, I've been trading forex and futures for about a year now with some decent success and now looking to invest in bitcoin. I know this question is going to instantly brand me as an under qualified noob, but is now a good time to buy. I'm sure there are a million answers to that extremely vague question but if anyone could shed any light it would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
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Forex trader looking to start trading Crytpo as well (help with brokers and lot sizes?)

Hey there -- I'm no stranger to trading. I trade Forex and Futures. I'm also not a complete newb to cryptocurrency in general, but I am when it comes to actively trading it.
To me, it just seems like Forex but with crypto and I'd really like to start building up my crypto holdings by "trading up" my account rather than solely just converting cash into crypto over time.
What is confusing me a little bit is lot sizing, leverage, and the right brokers to use.
I was eyeing CryptoAltum if anybody has experience with that?
Although I'd prefer something I can trade with Tradingview (my preferred charting / execution platform).
Aslo -- lot sizing.
With Forex it's pretty simple...
1,000 = micro-lot (approx. 10 cents per pip value on majors)
10,000 = mini-lot (approx $1 per pip value on majors)
100,000 = standard lot (approx $10 per pip value on majors).
But how is lot sizing determined with Crypto pairs?
I'm interested in trading crypto-against-crypto (for example LTC/BTC).
Is there an online calculator somewhere where I can easily determine the value per pip (or "tick"?) based on leverage and lot size?
Sorry if this has been answered a bazillion times.
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Paper money options executions on real time data but only seeing delayed data?

I'm a full time day trader with 10+ years of experience of trading forex and futures, recently I decided to expand and learn options trading. My real money account is with a another broker which does not appear to be very good for stocks nor options trading so I opened a paper money account to learn more about trading options and also test drive the platform to see if it would be worth it for me to switch broker or not.
While paper trading options with ToS I was surprised how difficult it was to get filled even at the most popular options such as TSLA 1000 call at either nearest expiration or July monthly, even SPY could be tricky to get filled even at a nice round number price with huge open interest and decent daily volume. Market orders would get me filled way off the delayed price I see on my chart.
Today I got even more confused, I bought two TSLA 950 puts for $11.40 and $13.20 respectively with OCO limit to take profit at $18.00 and $20 with stop loss at $10.00 for both. Soon after buying the first contract TSLA stock dropped and my put shot up to $19-20 but my limit at $18.00 wouldn't fill so after a couple of minutes I cancelled it and entered a new limit order to exit at market with the padlock icon open just to get filled but didn't. When price came down again I bough the second contract and shortly after both contracts got stopped out at 9.85 while my chart showed that price of that option was hovering around $14.
We all know that paper money accounts have delayed data, in the platform it states that data is delayed 20 mins but it always appear to be 15 mins. Of course excatly 15 minutes after I got stopped out the chart and option chain showed my put to be priced at $9.85 which is really weird beacuse;
That would mean that the price quotes in the option chains and on the charts are delayed but the option orders on paper money account are executed based on real time price data, is this correct?
If correct it explains why it was so difficult for me to get filled but also means paper money is not at all as useful to test strategies or simply learning to use ToS effeciently. However it's a relief for me to know I'm not going crazy or really don't know what's going on...
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Difference between Forex and Future Trading

Hello everyone,
I just wanted to know that the main difference between Forex Trading & Future Trading .. I have good knowledge about both but the thing is i want good point...
thanks in advance
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I'm 14 and I've been trading stocks, options, futures, and forex for almost 4 years. How do I land a finance internship and where do I look? Should I wait a little bit longer?

Ever since I was in 7th grade, I started to learn about trading because of video game trading. I remember trading many in-game items and selling them to 6th graders for cash. Every night, I would stay up in the video-game item auction websites ( scrap.tf ) because there would be fewer bidders and, therefore more opportunities to snag some good deals. I didn't even play video games at that point, and I only liked trading video-game items. One evening my mother said, "If you like trading so much, you should learn about the stock market.". From then on, I was hooked. So every day after school, I would spend hours watching videos to not understand it, researching it, writing notes, and continuing to expand my knowledge. After about 1.5 years, I was quite knowledgeable and parents that I had given presentations to were very impressed (This was a middle school project where you would present on something you're interested in). Some parents couldn't understand a word I was saying. Near the end of 8th grade, my father wanted to give money to trade with (>$1000) and during the summer I had almost doubled his money. During freshman high school, I would go to the library and open my laptop and just trade. I made about $60-$200 a day and some days I lose money. Although since I managed my risk, my reward outweighed my risk. Trading is just as much, if not more as a mental game than a numbers game. During my freshman year, my father wanted me to manage his retirement fund, and by then, I knew how to read financial statements and do fundamental analysis very well. We are currently 30% up with me joining in January 2020. Although it was sad to find out my father had lost quite a bit of money in his account statement, but now his account is finally positive. Because of this, my mother now encourages me to "monitor" my father which is hilarious considering my age. When I grow up, I want to be a financial analyst or start a prop shop (a type of trading firm), go into real estate (another story for later), and achieve financial freedom. For now, I want to apply for internships to gain some work experience in finance and I have some unanswered questions.
- P.S Sorry for any grammar issues I may have missed. English class was never my strong suit.
Questions:
  1. What route should I take? Trade school? Finance or accounting in college?
  2. How do I get some finance-related internship as a high schooler?
    1. Is this even possible?
    2. Should I wait a little bit longer?
    3. Where do I look?
  3. What route should I take? Trade school? Finance or accounting or both in college?
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I’m 14 and I’ve been trading stocks, options, futures, and forex for almost 4 years. How do I land a finance internship and where do I look? Should I wait a little bit longer?

I'm 14 and I've been trading stocks, options, futures, and forex for almost 4 years. How do I land a finance internship and where do I look? Should I wait a little bit longer?
Ever since I was in 7th grade, I started to learn about trading because of video game trading. I remember trading many in-game items and selling them to 6th graders for cash. Every night, I would stay up in the video-game item auction websites ( scrap.tf ) because there would be fewer bidders and, therefore more opportunities to snag some good deals. I didn't even play video games at that point, and I only liked trading video-game items. One evening my mother said, "If you like trading so much, you should learn about the stock market.". From then on, I was hooked. So every day after school, I would spend hours watching videos to not understand it, researching it, writing notes, and continuing to expand my knowledge. After about 1.5 years, I was quite knowledgeable and parents that I had given presentations to were very impressed (This was a middle school project where you would present on something you're interested in). Some parents couldn't understand a word I was saying. Near the end of 8th grade, my father wanted to give money to trade with (>$1000) and during the summer I had almost doubled his money. During freshman high school, I would go to the library and open my laptop and just trade. I made about $60-$200 a day and some days I lose money. Although since I managed my risk, my reward outweighed my risk. Trading is just as much, if not more as a mental game than a numbers game. During my freshman year, my father wanted me to manage his retirement fund, and by then, I knew how to read financial statements and do fundamental analysis very well. We are currently 30% up with me joining in January 2020. Although it was sad to find out my father had lost quite a bit of money in his account statement, but now his account is finally positive. Because of this, my mother now encourages me to "monitor" my father which is hilarious considering my age. When I grow up, I want to be a financial analyst or start a prop shop (a type of trading firm), go into real estate (another story for later), and achieve financial freedom. For now, I want to apply for internships to gain some work experience in finance and I have some unanswered questions.
- P.S Sorry for any grammar issues I may have missed. English class was never my strong suit.
Questions:
  1. What route should I take? Trade school? Finance or accounting in college?
  2. How do I get some finance-related internship as a high schooler?
    1. Is this even possible?
    2. Should I wait a little bit longer?
    3. Where do I look?
  3. What route should I take? Trade school? Finance or accounting or both in college?
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The Best Trading System to Trade Stocks, Commodities, Forex and Futures - Prorsi

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Not sure if commodities are a thing here, but I’ve been following XAUXAG (Gold/Silver Ratio), $SI (Silver Futures), and the USD in FOREX to trade SLV. I’m holding this till early July.

Not sure if commodities are a thing here, but I’ve been following XAUXAG (Gold/Silver Ratio), $SI (Silver Futures), and the USD in FOREX to trade SLV. I’m holding this till early July. submitted by JoeyTomasula to smallstreetbets [link] [comments]

Dealing With Emotion, Trading Advice

So this post is to help me as much as whoever will benefit from this advice. And I know it’s pretty basic and obvious, but I feel like identifying this will help remove it.
So I have been a profitable stock trader for around half a year but I’m sure this advice also applies to trading forex and futures. Even though I’m overall profitable, I still have red days, and sometimes there are comically red when it seems every time I enter a trade that’s when the price heads the opposite direction. I took a deep dive into my red days to see why it felt like I had no edge in the market on those days. When I started comparing my worst days to my best, it became obvious why they were going so bad. The trading volume was on average twice as high on red days as green days and usually on red days I would start off with a couple losses that would put me in the red right off the bat.
After looking closer I noticed that my trading became more reckless when I was down and I would tend to take riskier positions just to get back to green, hence why my volume was twice as high. When I was green I was so afraid of losing my lead that I would continue to follow my rules and trade well. I’m hoping in the future just being aware of the problem will help me identify it while I’m trading. The thing that you should remember if you are red is that it might be bad, but it can always be way worse, so keep following your rules.
Also I haven’t tried this myself yet, but maybe meditation and/or exercise before I trade could help me clear my emotions.
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If I have Standard Cash options trading and am approved for margin, can I do futures and forex trading?

Basically what the title says.
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Why would I want to trade Spot Forex over Futures and vice versa?

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Is there enough volume and open interest for to not experience any difference compared to trading a mini forex future instead?

Is there enough volume and open interest for to not experience any difference compared to trading a mini forex future instead? submitted by Kakashi6969 to FuturesTrading [link] [comments]

What are the best platforms for both Forex and Futures trading?

Hey guys, hope everyone is doing well! I have searched on this sub to help find this answer, however every post is in regards to only Futures or only Forex platforms.
Seeing if you could please offer some feedback in regards to the best platform to use that includes both Forex and Futures trading? I understand that I would probably need to have different brokers for each, but I would like the simplicity of having both in one.
For instance, is trading-view a platform that you can trade both Forex & Futures? If so, do you personally use it for both, or do you have separate platforms for each?
I have been paper trading Futures on Ninja Trader 8, and do enjoy it, however I never read any info/reviews about using Ninja Trader 8 with Forex trading so I am skeptical.. although they say they can with; Oanda and Forex.com.
FYI - I have my TDAmeritrade/TOS account for Equities and Options. (I wouldn't use TOS for Futures at this moment due to the high margins, and looking for low margins as I will be using small capital to start <$2,000.)
Any help will be greatly appreciated, and I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you in advance!
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The Best Trading System to Trade Stocks, Commodities, Forex and Futures - Prorsi

The Best Trading System to Trade Stocks, Commodities, Forex and Futures - Prorsi submitted by norawills022 to u/norawills022 [link] [comments]

We create automated trading systems for stocks, futures, and forex. Learn more on our website!

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What do you trade and why do you prefer it over the others? (Discussion) Forex / Stocks / Indices / Futures / Bonds / Whatever Else

Personally I've only been in the forex field and haven't looked into the others very much except some stocks and a few indices. But I personally prefer forex more as I find it simpleeasier to trade and learn the concept of. Hell I don't even know what bonds are.
So I wanted to read and start a discussion about why you trade what you trade instead of others. This post could also be great for newbs wanting to learn about the different types of tradeable assets. Veteran traders your inputs would be especially appreciated!
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You can accurately predict the state of future Forex trading and Economic markets in India right from today. It is the first step to learn about the risks and rewards of online trading in India. Register at http://dominion24.esy.es/register-for-webinar/ to know more details.

You can accurately predict the state of future Forex trading and Economic markets in India right from today. It is the first step to learn about the risks and rewards of online trading in India. Register at http://dominion24.esy.es/register-for-webina to know more details. submitted by edithadhanushya to u/edithadhanushya [link] [comments]

Why does it seem to be more hype on folks who trade futures, options and forex as compared to folks who trade stocks/equity? Is it because the former is more difficult to do and begets more credit than the latter when one is successful?

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New Trader looking for Reddit's experience/advice on a program

I am super new to trading. I recently found a company locally that says they have "proprietary idicators" that the owners dad developed. They mostly trade Forex and Futures. I've seen accounts with as high as 98% accuracy and RIDICULOUS gains. They are asking about $6,000 for a training program to teach you how to trade and then fund an account with probably $2,500-$5,000 to start trading with(eventually up to 100k). There are also about $380 of monthly fees(broker, charts, and membership fees), but as far as i can tell and all my research it all seems very legit.
So is it too good to be true? Is this a known business structure? What should I be aware of? Look out for? Know from early stages?
Please question me trying to reveal to me it's a scam before I throw more money at it basically.
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