Posts Tagged ‘volume’

Some Tips for Trading in Penny Stocks

Budget Your Portfolio Experts recommend that you shouldn’t invest more than 20% of your portfolio in penny stocks because of their unpredictable nature. They are the tiny yet feisty fighters of the stock world—sometimes they pull through and beat the odds, but other times they explode into a nightmare of losses. So, start small. Keep […]

The Best Penny Stocks Are Ones That Meet Specific Trading Criteria

Penny stock trading can be a lucrative business to get involved in, however, there is one particularly important factor to keep in mind: Not all penny stocks are created equal. The best penny stocks for trading are ones that meet specific trading criteria. Let’s review a few criteria that you should pay close attention to.

How to Day Trade E-Mini Futures

The idea of day trading for a living is, for most, a fantasy. But for a select few of disciplined learners, the concept of working from home through day trading can be an achievable reality. Armed with the knowledge of just a few simple trading strategies and setups, anyone can learn to day trade futures for a successful living.

Contract Considerations for Day Trading the ES Emini

It garners more trading volume than any emini contract on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and has run away (in trading volume) from any other futures contract currently traded.  It the pint sized version of the S and P contract that traders have flocked to in recent years.  Better yet, it is specifically designed and priced […]

A Few Rules For Day Trading

Short-term, or day trading, is mostly played out by reading price and volume. Understanding this price/volume relationship is critical if you’re to survive the fast pace of short-term, leveraged trading. Being able to read the course of sales and the market’s depth is imperative, like a musician reading a score; understanding the layered, intricate rhythms and where the next note or bar is coming. The same goes for trading, which is a digital mind game.