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Mining group Patagonia Gold has appointed Christopher van Tienhoven as its new chief executive to replace Bill Humphries, who will remain with the company as executive director.
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European stocks were mixed as better-than-forecast earnings from companies, including Actelion and SAP, offset an unexpected fall in German economic confidence and concerns over Greek debt. 1 hour ago
After briefly coming close to their intraday record high, UK stocks dropped into the red by Tuesday lunchtime after data showed that the Greek debt saga was weighing on economic confidence in Germany. 1 hour ago
Shares in Utilitywise rose over 5% on Tuesday, after the energy and water consultancy business said its first half pre-tax profit rose on the back of a sharp increase in revenue from its core Enterprise division. 2 hours ago
The recent trend for biotech mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is expected to continue on Tuesday as Israeli generic drug giant Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd is said to be poised to launch a takeover of US rival Mylan NV. 2 hours ago
Kingfisher has been lowered from 'hold' to 'sell' by Investec, with the South African bank saying it sees no sign of a recovery at the DIY retailer any time soon. 2 hours ago
Mining giants Rio Tinto and Anglo American were under the cosh in London as analysts at Barclays Capital lowered their recommendations on both stocks after slashing their commodity prices forecasts. 1 hour ago
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Trading in the capital markets requires a sound strategy that can incorporate a number of tools including forecasting specific price targets.
One way traders may forecast where prices are heading is by using mathematical equations to forecast potential targets. Harmonic price patterns use geometric price movements and combine these with Fibonacci numbers to define precise turning points. Unlike other trading methods, Harmonic trading attempts to predict future movements.
The currency markets are anticipating a huge sterling volatility spike in the immediate aftermath of the election vote, according to options software technology company ORE.
There is plenty of market chit-chat over the concerns and uncertainty around the UK elections. Neither David Cameron nor Ed Miliband are pulling ahead and an outright victory is becoming less likely. Trying to predict this election is one thing, but putting your money on it is another.
A bearish channel is really a consolidation which has a slight inclination to the downside, like the one we are seeing on the Daily chart of the GBP/JPY.
The bearish channel could be traded like any other channel where long positions are taken at the bottom boundary and short positions are taken at the upper boundary; however, we must be aware that the price may break out of the channel at any moment and take extra to prevent huge losses.
This strategy is based on well-known, very simple principles that are still valid. If you recognise megatrends early, you can achieve nice profits in the markets. You should try to achieve a good risk-reward-ratio (RRR) in your trades and you should limit your possible losses with the help of stop-losses based on technical analysis. This article was written in October 2014. The setup shown actually worked extremely well.
Trading is one of the most emotionally turbulent careers you could choose. Your aim is to make money and losing money is the exact opposite of what you set out to achieve - yet it is inevitable.
Every trader will experience losing trades and some more than others. When you lose on a trade you may experience feelings of anxiety, stress, helplessness, frustration, anger, disbelief, fear and the desire for revenge or a desperation to do whatever you can to get your money back.