Course in Contracts for Difference
Getting Things Straight
Buy and Hold is Dead
Simple Market Drivers: Fear and Greed
Trading for Income: How Much can I Make?
Setting Your Personal Goals
The Value of a Mentor
How to Successfully Invest in the Stock Market
Trading on The Stock Market
Here’s Why ETFs are Booming
How to Start Investing in Shares
Effective Share Trading Strategies
Share Trading Course
You want to be a Share Trader? Treat it like a Business
Competing with Active Fund Managers?
How to Build a Winning Portfolio
Technical Analysis and Fundamentals
What is Fundamental Analysis?
What is Technical Analysis?
Technical versus Fundamental Analysis
Fundamental Data, Sometimes It’s Worth Noting
Price Charts and Charting Patterns
How to Trade Charts and Chart Patterns
The Exchanges And Sectors
Moving Averages 20, 40, 60 And 200
Higher Highs And Lower Lows
Japanese Candlesticks Analysis
One Day Candlestick Reversal Patterns
Two Day Candlestick Reversal Patterns
The Wait and See Patterns
Sakata’s Five Methods
Eye-opening Reality of Black Box Systems v. The Omnipotence of Technical Analysis
The Human Touch
Trading Systems and Strategies
Developing a Trading Strategy
Your Trading Personality
The Personality of the Market
The Truth About Setting Stops
Stop Losses: Losing to Succeed?
Money Management: Preserve Your Trading Capital
Trading Shares with Technical Analysis
Moving Average Convergence-Divergence (MACD)
Relative Strength Index (RSI)
Support and Resistance
Bollinger Bands Explained
Bounce and Retrace
The New Bounce
The New Retrace
Groundbreaking Techniques: Ichimoku Charting
Finding and Researching Trades
Tools of the Trade
Personality of Charts
Tools of the Trade
Simple Trading Setups That Work
Candlestick Clues (Wicks/Shadows – Doji Candles And Types)
Support And Resistance Revisited
Summary: Putting It All Together
Finding and Shortlisting Stocks for Trading
Should You Day Trade or Hold for the Longer Term?
Top 5 Day Trading Techniques
Making a Trade Plan
Controlling Risk, Cutting Losses and Newsletters
Understanding CFDs Guide
Introduction: What are CFDs
A Brief History of CFDs
CFD Questions and Answers from an Industry Insider
Concepts Of Trading A Leveraged Product
Contracts for Difference: The Basics
Why Trade CFDs: Advantages of CFD Trading
Who Trades CFDs?
Types of CFDs
CFD Shares Trading
Cryptocurrency Trading Opportunities
CFDs Comparison to Shares Trading
What Does Over-The-Counter OTC Mean?
Common CFD Terms (Long, Short, Stop Etc.)
CFD Trade: Going Long
Going Short and Making a Profit
How to Profit from a Short Squeeze
CFD Terms: Tick, Quote, Stake and Underlying Market
CFDs and Initial Margin
Overnight financing on CFDs
CFDs Trading Costs and Fees
Stop Loss Orders
What is a Limit Order?
Value of one CFD
Risks Associated with Trading CFDs
Stop Loss Orders: A Necessity
Keeping Your Balance
Starting to Trade
What do you need to start CFD Trading?
Choosing a Broker
Opening a CFD Account
Developing a Trading Plan
Establish What You Will Trade
Recording & Measuring Your Trading
Avoid Common CFD Mistakes
The Psychology of Trading
Emotional Highs and Lows
Do you want to be a Successful Trader?
Interested in learning how to trade contracts for differences? I don’t wish to sound too much like former prime minister, Tony Blair, but education, education, education is a key mantra in trading. Whether you are new to CFDs or looking to build on your present knowledge, our comprehensive CFDs Guide covers all the main topics in respect to CFD Trading including trading strategies and effective risk management techniques. Learn the workings and benefits of trading CFDs, including the ability to go short and margin trading.
One thing is for certain. Contracts for Difference (CFDs) can be an amazingly powerful trading tool, but consistently making money trading CFDs is quite different to trading traditional stocks or shares, ETFs, options, futures or warrants, which is why you need to know more than just how they work.
This is because when you’re leveraged 10:1 (if not more!) it’s your hard-earned money that is on the line and whilst you can make substantial profits, you can also lose big amounts just as quickly if you don’t know what you’re doing. Used with care, contracts for differences can empower investors to leverage portfolio returns, gain from market volatility and hedge a shares portfolio against losses. However, they can also be an extremely quick way of losing substantial sums of money.
Without appropriate education and training it would be impossible to trade CFDs meaningfully. For this reason we have written this trading course specifically designed for serious stock market traders who want to learn how to protect their capital while profiting from the share market. This short education series is primarily aimed at introducing new investors to the basic concepts of CFD trading.