Welcome to another issue of Traderwave Weekly, a trading newsletter where I curate the most useful trading articles on the internet to share with you.
Hope you will enjoy all these fabulous reads and apply those knowledge along your journey to become a proficient and profitable trader!
Ichimoku cloud is a technical overlay designed by a Japanese journalist in 1969, following three decades of trading research.
When use correctly, it can help to accurately confirm the validity of a trend and whether the trend is strong or weak.
If you have not learn this technical tool before, you can dive into this article or a primer on how to use it before you move on to learn the more advanced technical analysis methods.
Many new traders and investors like to use financial news and financial results to make trading decisions.
Many a times however, stock price doesn’t move according to those developments.
In this article, the author provided a number of case studies to explain why price discounts fundamentals and how technical precedes fundamental.
If you still do not yet understand why this is a common phenomenon, dive in right now and read this article!
WORDS OF WISDOM
Are you currently an independent trader aspiring to build a career around trading? Are you on the look-out to find a job of a trader?
There are many types of trading firms and different types of positions available in the world of trading.
Not all trading jobs are equal and not all trading jobs are suitable for you.
Before you go on and randomly hunt for another trading job, take some time and read this article right now.
You might then be able to learn some tips on how you can improve your chances of landing your ideal and dream trading job.
Your weekly curation of the most useful trading articles
Sign up now to receive Traderwave Weekly directly in your inbox every week!
If you find these articles I’ve shared useful, do share them with your friends by clicking the sharing buttons!
- The True Nature About Trading The Financial Markets - August 4, 2020
- Are Fake Breakouts and Reversals Really Fake? - August 1, 2020
- Technical Analysis Is Used To Study Probability And Not Certainty - July 30, 2020