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(6) How to use point and figure trading techniques.
(7) How to use the RSI indicator.
(8) How to correctly use stochastics in your trading.
(9) How to use the ADX indicator to capture trends.
(10) How to capitalize on natural market cycles.

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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

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Saturday, December 27, 2008

Limit-On-Open (LOO) Order

Limit-On-Open (LOO) is an order that is automatically submitted as a Limit Order (i.e. to buy/sell at the Limit Price or better) at the opening of the market, and to be executed as soon as possible after the market opening only if the price during the opening period is at or better than the Limit Price. Otherwise, the order will be cancelled.

As with limit order, while Limit-On-Open (LOO) order can be filled at the Limit Price or better, it does not guarantee a fill.

LOO order is useful when traders find that the opening price of a certain security has historically proven to be the best price of the day (i.e. the opening price is the highest for sell order, or lowest for buy order), but still want to have control over the price at which the order will be filled to ensure that the execution price is still within their comfortable / acceptable limit.

For the list of other types of order, go to: Types of Orders in Trading.

Related Topics:
* FREE Trading Educational Videos You Should NOT Miss
* Getting Started Trading
* Options Trading Basic – Part 1
* Options Trading Basic – Part 2

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays

Dearest all readers,


MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY HOLIDAYS!


May you have a blessed & wonderful time with family & friends.
GOD bless you all always...


Sunday, December 21, 2008

Market-On-Open (MOO) Order

Market-On-Open (MOO) is an order that is automatically submitted as a Market Order (i.e. to buy/sell at the market price) at the opening of the market, and to be executed as soon as possible after the market opening at a price within the opening range of prices.

Hence, MOO order can only be executed during the exchange-specified opening period at a price within the opening range of prices; otherwise the order will be cancelled.
However, the execution price does not necessarily need to be the opening price (the first price traded), or to be guaranteed as the best price in that range.

As with market order, while Market-On-Open (MOO) order guarantees an execution, it cannot guarantee the price at which your order will be filled.

MOO order is useful when traders find that the opening price of a certain security has historically proven to be the best price of the day (i.e. opening price is the highest for sell order, or lowest for buy order) and then decided to buy/sell at any price available during this opening period.

For the list of other types of order, go to: Types of Orders in Trading.

Related Topics:
* A Chance to Learn from World Class Trading Experts For FREE You Should Not Miss
* Getting Started Trading
* Learning Candlestick Charts
* Learning Charts Patterns

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Short Trading Videos: FIBONACCI RETRACEMENT RULES

In the earlier post, I’ve shared a trading video that shows an example how to use Fibonacci tools to predict / measure market pullback.

If you’re interested to learn more about Fibonacci, there is another trading video (about 8 mins), which explain in much more details about FIBONACCI RETRACEMENT RULES.

Click HERE to watch the video.

Related Topics:
* FREE Trading Educational Videos You Should Not Miss
* Learning Candlestick Charts
* Learning Charts Patterns

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Limit-On-Close (LOC) Order

Limit-On-Close (LOC) is an order to be executed as a Limit Order (i.e. to buy/sell at the Limit Price or better) as close as possible to the market close.
Hence, Limit-On-Close order will be executed at or near the closing price, only if the price is at or better than the Limit Price. Otherwise, the order will be cancelled.

Similar to Market-On-Close (MOC) order, for this order, the broker normally set a time deadline for LOC order submission for that day, which is well before the closing of the trading day. After this submission time deadline, the broker will not accept any more LOC order, and the traders also cannot cancel the submitted LOC order for that day.

As with limit order, while Limit-On-Close order can be filled at the Limit Price or better, it does not guarantee a fill.

LOC order is useful when traders find that the closing price of a certain security has historically proven to be the best price of the day (i.e. the closing price is the highest for sell order, or lowest for buy order), but still want to have control over the price at which the order will be filled to ensure that the execution price is still within their comfortable / acceptable limit.

For the list of other types of order, go to: Types of Orders in Trading.

Related Topics:
* Getting Started Trading
* FREE Trading Educational Videos You Should NOT Miss
* Learning Charts Patterns
* Learning Candlestick Charts

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Short Trading Videos: How To Determine MARKET TREND & How To Use FIBONACCI To Measure Market Retracement

Just wanna share some short trading videos that could be helpful for the readers here, particularly for the beginners, to learn few quick, simple yet practical trading tips.
Here they are & enjoy:

1) HOW TO DETERMINE MARKET TREND

This five minute video shows some techniques on how determine market trend:
* How to determine a downtrend.
* How to determine an uptrend.
* How to determine when a market is making a change of direction.

As you can see in the video, one of the key components to look out for is how a market closes on a Friday or the last trading day of the week. Because this is when traders have to decide what they want to do with their positions, and it can also tell you with a high degree of probability which way the market is headed for the upcoming week.
Watch this video HERE.

2) EXAMPLE ON HOW TO USE FIBONACCI TO MEASURE RETRACEMENT

This short video shows an example how to use Fibonacci tools to predict / measure the upward retracement during this downtrend period in the Dow Jones Index (as at 1 Dec 2008).
In addition, the video also shares some analysis & prediction on what and how you’re going to approach the markets in 2009.
To watch this video, just click HERE.

Related Topics:
* FREE Trading Educational Videos You Should Not Miss
* Learning Candlestick Charts
* Learning Charts Patterns

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Market-On-Close (MOC) Order

Market-On-Close (MOC) is an order to be executed as a Market Order (i.e. to buy/sell at the market price) as close as possible to the market close.
Hence, the order will be executed at the market closing price (which may differ with exchanges), or as near as possible to the closing price.

For this order, the broker normally set a time deadline for MOC order submission for that day, which is well before the closing of the trading day. After this MOC submission time deadline, the broker will not accept any more MOC order, and the traders also cannot cancel the submitted MOC order for that day.

As with market order, while Market-On-Close (MOC) order guarantees an execution, it cannot guarantee the price at which your order will be filled.

MOC order is useful when traders find that the closing price of a certain security has historically proven to be the best price of the day (i.e. the closing price is the highest for sell order, or lowest for buy order) and then decided to buy/sell at or near the closing price, whatever the price is.

In option trading, one possible use of this order is for options sellers who want to close their expiring option positions at the last minute of expiration day in order to maximize profit by letting the remaining last cent of option’s time value to decay before closing the position.

For the list of other types of order, go to: Types of Orders in Trading.

Related Topics:
* FREE Trading Educational Resources You Should Not Miss
* Getting Started Trading
* Options Trading Basic – Part 1
* Options Trading Basic – Part 2