Sunday, January 17, 2021

Undergraduate – Freshman

Learn how to gauge whether the market is bullish or bearish, how to trade during news releases and how to potentially make money without price moving.

1. Market Sentiment

The market has feelings too, you know. Get ready to learn all about market sentiment!

  1. Market Sentiment
    Every trader has his own opinion about the market. The combined feeling that market participants have, that’s what you call market sentiment, young Padawan.
  2. Commitment of Traders Report
    Gauging market sentiment may not be as difficult as you think. The Commitment of Traders (COT) report can be a clue on whether the market is bearish or bullish.
  3. How to Find the COT Report
    Now let’s get to the juicy part. How do you get a hold of the COT report? It’s as easy as 1-2-3, baby!
  4. Understanding the COT Report
    Meet the different playas in the futures trading field: hedgers, large speculators, and small speculators!
  5. How to Use the COT Report for Trading
    The COT report looks like a giant gobbled-up block of text. But don’t fret! There’s actually a pretty simple way to use it.
  6. How to Pick Tops and Bottoms With the COT Report
    When the market sentiment shifts, should you go with the speculators or the hedgers?
  7. How to Create Your Own COT Trading Indicator
    Studying the School of Pipsology is about to get sweeter! Are you ready to create your very own COT indicator?
  8. How to Interpret the COT Report
    Put your thinking caps on because we’re gonna get down and dirty with the numbers to calculate for the percentage of speculative positions!
  9. Summary: Market Sentiment
    Keep in mind that although the COT report is a spankin’ sweet tool to use in gauging market sentiment, it does not always correlate to reversals.

2. Trading the News

Extra! Extra! Reading up on the news reports may just reel you in a handful of pips!

  1. News Makes the Forex Market Move
    Like how things are in the world of Star Wars, there is always fundamental force behind each movement in the market.
  2. Beginner’s Guide to Forex News Trading
    Trading the news is a double-edged sword. Sure, you can earn a lot of money by doing it but you also stand to lose a lot in times of increased volatility!
  3. How to Trade Forex on News Releases
    The most-watched news reports are from the U.S. Can you guess why?
  4. 2 Ways to Trade the News
    “Buy the rumor, sell the news.” What the heck does that exactly mean?
  5. How to Trade the News With a Directional Bias
    Let’s take a look at an example on deciding whether to go long or short before a report is released.
  6. How to Trade the News Using the Straddle Trade Strategy
    Okay, you already know which market-moving report to trade. What do you do next if you want to let the market decide which side to take?
  7. Summary: Trading the News
    You could get burned a couple of times by trading the news so practice, practice, practice! It will be very rewarding once you get the hand of it.

3. Carry Trade

Did you know that you can actually still make money in forex without doing anything? Yep! You just have to keep your fingers crossed that price stays the same for a long period of time.

  1. What is the Carry Trade?
    Carry trades involve buying higher-yielding currencies and selling lower-yielding ones.
  2. What is a Currency Carry Trade?
    Seems too good to be true? Oh, but carry trades are true! Check out how they work in real life in the forex market!
  3. Know When Carry Trades Work and When They Don’t
    Carry trades work well when risk aversion is low. Why?
  4. Carry Trade Criteria and Risk
    There are only two things to consider when you pick a pair to do a carry trade, but that simplicity doesn’t make it any less easy.
  5. Summary: Carry Trade
    Simply put, carry trades can work by making moolah out of the interest rate differentials of two currencies.

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