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I’ve often presented that ‘socialisation’ is one of the four pillars of success for managing yourself as a Trader. Socialisation? What on earth is he on about now you may be asking yourself? Bear with me reader (or should that be 'beer with me'?) as I’m on to something here.
What is socialisation? In the words of the Fast Show's Ron Manager: “Is it word? It is now!”
The Relative Strength Index is a technical indicator that points out oversold or overbought conditions. Let me explain how it works and how to use it.
The RSI is an oscillator, because it oscillates between the 0 and the 100 percent levels. It can never go above 100 or below 0.
This month I will take a look at investing in India and give you a few specific Indian companies to look at as well as using Exchange Traded Funds to gain a broad exposure.
It’s now over three months since the Indians voted for Narendra Modi as prime minister and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will be in power for at least five years. After years of bureaucratic bottlenecks and stagflation India finally has a chance under reformist Modi to become more business friendly.
After an astonishing sell-off I am perplexed to say that I am still in profit on the Dow Jones after I dipped in and out of the market several times and was very lucky not to overstay my welcome.
Now, I am in a stand-off within my own mind. I am currently locked in a trade 20 lots long and 20 lots short.
I had a mentoring client call me one morning to bemoan their poor intra-day trading experience the day before. They were trying to intra-day trade the S&P 500 and their results were less than impressive. Why?
All the trades were planned and risk managed however none of them had followed through to their profit targets. What had happened? Why were the results so poor?