money management

The financial markets are cyclical, characterized by periods of bull markets, where stocks rally, and bear markets, where they tend to decline. Notably, historical events like the 2008 Global Financial Crisis (GFC) saw the market shift from bearish to bullish phases, highlighting the ever-changing nature of the financial landscape.

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Sometimes the market exhausts us mentally and psychologically. For example, you open a trade in full confidence that you have thought everything through and calculated. You are in a great mood, and mentally you are already distributing the earnings. And then this happens.

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Clearly setting goals is an important step on the road to financial success. They, unlike abstract desires, will definitely work. At all times, you need to be serious and conscious about this question, but in a crisis, it becomes especially important. Let's help you set financial goals in an unstable environment. Let's discuss how to make your dreams a goal and where it's best to shift your priorities in times of crisis.

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The schedule of forex trading sessions allows the trader to determine the best time to start working. During different sessions, the volatility of assets changes: increases or decreases. The highest trading volume is observed when different platforms and exchanges in different geographical zones work simultaneously. Traders track the chart with the help of the indicator of trading sessions - a special tool of technical analysis.

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In trading, it is important to manage your investments wisely and not to bet on one particular financial instrument, because at any moment the price of an asset can change dramatically. No matter how stable the forecasts are. This is the mistake made by many beginning investors — they buy shares for 30-50% of the deposit and wait for earnings.

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Every beginning investor, having defined his investment objectives and risk profile, thinks about how to structure his portfolio so that it meets his needs. There are a large number of financial instruments on the market and the question of proper portfolio structuring is more relevant than ever.

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According to the statistics, not more than 10% of traders manage to become profitable on the long-term horizon and practically 90% of traders do not use any definite strategy in managing their funds. These figures mean that modern traders lack experience and few of the majority think about what money management is, which eventually leads to the loss of the invested funds in the long term. The economists along with other traders, scientists, and financiers urge all investors not to forget how important money management is in trading.

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