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Bakery products and ingredients supplier Real Good Food (RGD) is set to return to profit this year following the completion of the disposal of its sugar business Napier Brown in May.
This deal has strengthened the balance sheet and Real Good Food will be able to grow its other operations, which are not so dependent on the sugar market and have much higher margins.
Most traders think they have their emotions totally under control. They think they have it nailed down. Yet even some of the most successful traders around still make mistakes.
There are a significant amount of cognitive biases in human psychology, many of which can have an effect on our trading.
Sometimes, the best trade is the one you don’t make. Unfortunately, if you’re using a bad trading system, it’s not always easy to know when you’ve entered a bad position.
In such a scenario, you might not realize how bad your position is until you’ve wiped out your entire account.
Financial trading may be one of the most lucrative professions in the world, but can also be one of the most challenging.
Each day, an untold number of new traders are learning this reality the hard way.
Why You Should Trade Volatile Stocks
Within reason, you are much better off trading more volatile stocks. It truly is “better the devil you know.” In this article we will look at how to measure and gauge a stock’s volatility and why you should generally trade more volatile stocks.
This is a daily global markets overview for the 27th August 2015 from the analyst team at Accendo Markets providing a snapshot of overnight activity and what can be expected in the markets today. The information is straight from the traders’ desks, with news and insights on equities markets, commodities, and forex.