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A look inside hedge funds
 
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Hedge funds used to occupy a dark, undisturbed corner of the financial world, but over the last year theyve been thrown under the spotlight. Still, many people dont know exactly what hedge funds are, or what hedging actually means. Senior Editor Paddy Hirsch explains.
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84. A Breakdown of the Forex Trading Day
 
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Practice trading with a free demo trading account: http://bit.ly/IT-forex-demo3 View full lesson: http://www.informedtrades.com/21071-breakdown-forex-trading-day.html Unlike the futures and equities markets, the forex market trades actively 24 hours a day with active trading hours following the sun around the globe to each of the major money centers. As the foreign exchange market is an over the counter market where two counterparties can trade with each other whenever they want, technically the market never closes. Most electronic trading platforms however open for trading at around 5 PM Eastern Time on Sunday, which corresponds to the start of Monday's business hours in Australia and New Zealand. While there are certainly banks in these countries which actively make markets in foreign exchange, there is very little trading done in these countries when compared to other major money centers of the world. The first major money center to open and there fore the start of the first major session in the forex market is the Asian Trading session which corresponds with the start of business hours in Tokyo at 7pm Eastern Time on Sunday. While still considered 1 of the three major money centers, only 7.6% of forex transactions flow through Tokyo trading desks, so the Asian trading session is the least active of the three. While there is active trading in Yen based currency pairs during Asian hours the market for currencies outside of Yen based pairs is relatively thin, making Asian trading hours a time when the larger banks and hedge funds in the market will sometimes try and push the market in their favor. Next in line is the European trading session which begins with the start of London business hours at 2 AM Eastern Standard Time. While New York is considered by most to be the largest financial center in the world, London is still king of the forex market with over 32% of all forex transactions taking place in the city. Before the Euro there were more than a dozen additional currencies in Europe making foreign exchange part of every day life for both individuals and businesses operating in the region. In addition to this, London is situated perfectly from a time zone standpoint with business hours for both the large eastern and western economies taking place during London trading hours. As London is the most active session in the forex market it is also the session with the most volatility for all the currency pairs which we will be studying in this course. Last but not least is the US session which begins with the start of New York business hours at 8 AM Eastern Standard Time. New York is a distant second to London in terms of forex trading volumes with approximately 19% of all forex transactions flowing through New York Dealing Rooms. The most active part of the US Trading session, and the most active time for the forex market in general, is from about 8am to 12pm when both London and New York trading desks are open for business. You can see very large volatility during this time as in addition to both New York and London trading desks being open, most of the major US economic announcements are released during these hours as well. The trading day winds down after 12pm New York time with most electronic platforms closing for business at around 4 PM Eastern Standard Time on Friday.
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ex Goldman Sachs Trader Tells Truth about Trading - Part 1
 
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CLICK HERE - https://www.itpm.com/ - On February 7th 2013, the Institute of Trading and Portfolio Managements Managing Partner Anton Kreil was interviewed at Cass Business School by students of the University. In this exclusive interview Kreil gives an insight into the trends occurring in world financial markets for professional and retail traders, his thoughts on the world of banking, hedge funds, career progression for graduates within the industry and what the future may hold for those graduates seeking employment at Banks and Hedge Funds.
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Imports, Exports, and Exchange Rates: Crash Course Economics #15
 
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What is a trade deficit? Well, it all has to do with imports and exports and, well, trade. This week Jacob and Adriene walk you through the basics of imports, exports, and exchange. So, you remember the specialization and trade thing, right? So, that leads to imports and exports. Economically, in the aggregate, this is usually a good thing. Globalization and free trade do tend to increase overall wealth. But not everybody wins. Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark, Eric Kitchen, Jessica Wode, Jeffrey Thompson, Steve Marshall, Moritz Schmidt, Robert Kunz, Tim Curwick, Jason A Saslow, SR Foxley, Elliot Beter, Jacob Ash, Christian, Jan Schmid, Jirat, Christy Huddleston, Daniel Baulig, Chris Peters, Anna-Ester Volozh, Ian Dundore, Caleb Weeks -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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Youngest option trader talks stock market volatility and probability with Tom Sosnoff on tastytrade
 
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In this episode of Future Stars, Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista talk with Alex, a middle school student who began successfully trading options at the age of 9. Watch to see how Alex began trading, and how he's helping to change the way his peers think about the stock market and financial investment. ======== tastytrade.com ======== Finally a financial network for traders, built by traders. Hosted by Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista tastytrade is a real financial network with 8 hours of live programming five days a week during market hours. Tune in and learn how to trade options successfully and make the most of your investments! https://goo.gl/OTv3Ez Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://goo.gl/s2bAxF Watch tastytrade LIVE daily Monday-Friday 7am-3pmCT: https://goo.gl/OTv3Ez Follow tastytrade on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tastytrade Become a fan of tastytrade on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tastytrade Follow tastytrade on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/tastytrade/
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How To Invest Like A Hedge Fund (And How Wall Street Is Screwing You)
 
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Why price really moves in the forex market and how the bank guys paint the charts.
 
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The reality of price action is that it is a random walk with pockets of non-randomness often caused by the actions of the big players in the market. In this video, I describe this process here with a simplified example and also give some chart examples of the fake out shake out moves often seen in forex.
Views: 44542 Peter Brennan
How did George Soros break the Bank of England?
 
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How did George Soros break the Bank of England? Lucian Miers, a renowned short seller comments. PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE so we can bring you more! Soros has a reputation for breaking the Bank of England because he bet against the Pound. In fact what Soros shout so much about is that he lost much more money betting against the Japanese Yen. It takes a lot of guts to bet against the government. If you've found this video useful, please click the like button and share it with your friends and remember to SUBSCRIBE to remain up-to-date!
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Predicting the Forex Markets Hourly - Urban Forex
 
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AC3059 Financial Management - Money Market Hedge
 
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1 MIN TIME FRAME - Scalping with the 10 SMA
 
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Hedge fund manager's Checklist Trading Process to trade FX (Currencies)!
 
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BECOME A MEMBER TO WATCH THE MONTHLY TRADING CLUB MEETING IN FULL: http://lexvandam.com/en/trading-club In this five-minute preview of the Academy's monthly Trading Club meeting, Hedge Fund Manager Lex van Dam explains his trading process and reveals the key investment themes and trades for the coming month. With market insights from James Helliwell, Chief Investment Strategist at the Lex van Dam Trading Academy, the meeting reveals how you can learn to trade like the professionals by applying Lex’s trading approach to the latest market intelligence available via the Academy. JOIN THE CLUB: http://www.lexvandam.com/en/trading-club About Lex van Dam and the Lex van Dam Trading Academy: As one of London's most respected hedge fund managers, Lex van Dam has traded everything from crude oil to credit default swaps over a 20 year career that has seen him lead trading desks at the likes of Goldman Sachs and GLG partners. In 2008 Lex produced Million Dollar Traders, a three part series that aired on the BBC where he proved that ordinary people could be taught to become successful traders. The experiment proved particularly interesting because not only did Lex back his traders with $1 million of his own money, but the group in fact went on to perform better than the professionals. Whilst Lex continues to trade at his Hedge Fund, he also provides online education to allow people to learn his methods via the Lex van Dam Trading Academy. Further details can be found at http://www.lexvandam.com
How Much Money Does a Hedge Fund Startup Need?
 
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June 1 -- Patrick McCurdy, head of capital introduction at Wells Fargo Prime Services, explains how small hedge funds go about raising capital and how much money is needed to start a fund. He speaks on “Market Makers.” -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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20. How to Trade the MACD Indicator Like a Pro Part 1
 
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Practice these concepts with a free practice charting and trading account here: http://bit.ly/apextrader For the full lesson with images, text, links, and discussion, go here: http://www.informedtrades.com/3865-macd-learn-trade-using-macd-part-i.html For our full beginner course in technical analysis and trading, go here: http://www.informedtrades.com/index.php?page=freetradingcourses And of course, don't forget to jump start your learning as a trader by registering as a member of our learning community: http://www.informedtrades.com VIDEO NOTES In our last lesson we learned about the different ways people trade with moving averages. In this lesson we are going to learn about the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) an indicator that is built using moving averages, but is set up to give a good indication of the momentum of a particular financial instrument as well as its trend. The indicator, which was developed by Gerald Appel, is constructed by taking a 12 period exponential moving average of a financial instrument and subtracting its 26 period exponential moving average. The resulting line is then plotted below the price chart and fluctuates above and below a center line which is placed at value zero. A 9 period EMA of the MACD line is normally plotted along with the MACD line and used as a signal of potential trading opportunities. When the MACD line is above zero this tells the trader that the 12 period exponential moving average is trading above the 26 period exponential moving averages. When the MACD line is below zero this tells the trader that the 12 period exponential moving average is below the 26 period exponential moving average. Traders will watch the MACD line as when it is above zero and rising this is a sign that the positive gap between the 12 and 26 EMA's is widening, a sign of increasing bullish momentum in the financial instrument they are analyzing. Conversely when the MACD line is below zero and falling this represents a widening in the negative gap between the 12 and 26 day EMA's, a sign of increasing bearish momentum in the financial instrument they are analyzing. The purpose of the 9 period exponential moving average line is to further confirm bullish changes in momentum when the MACD crosses above this line and bearish changes in momentum when the MACD crosses below this line. Lastly many traders and charting packages will plot a histogram along with the MACD which is representative of the distance between the MACD and its signal line. When the MACD histogram is above zero (the MACD line is above the signal line) this is an indication that positive momentum is increasing. Conversely when the MACD histogram is below zero this is an indication that negative momentum is increasing. When the MACD histogram is above zero (the MACD line is above the signal line) this is an indication that positive momentum is increasing. Conversely when the MACD histogram is below zero this is an indication that negative momentum is increasing. The higher or lower the histogram goes above or below zero the greater the momentum of the trend is thought to be.
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Secrets Of A Young Hedge Fund Prodigy
 
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Follow Travis Here: https://twitter.com/travisdevitt https://angel.co/travis-devitt http://www.linkedin.com/in/travisdevitt ============================ Subscribe to the channel to follow our Epic Journey: http://www.youtube.com/user/chrisdunntv Connect with Chris: https://twitter.com/ChrisDunnTV https://www.facebook.com/ChrisDunntv http://www.chrisdunn.com Connect with Nikki: https://twitter.com/fittraderchick https://www.facebook.com/fittraderchick
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Hedge Fund Manager Lex van Dam reveals his trading process
 
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To enroll on Lex van Dam's online courses/educational packages & to join our Online Financial Education & Trading Academy please visit http://lexvandam.com Lex van Dam Financial Education (www.lexvandam.com) is the brainchild of Lex van Dam - the man behind 5-Step-Trading® and Million Dollar Traders, which aired on the BBC. While Lex continues to teach trading and investing to an ever-growing global following of novice and experienced traders, Lex van Dam Financial Education is here to serve an even bigger purpose: we aim to provide unbiased financial education that empowers people to make the best decisions for their particular financial circumstances. Learn how to trade in any market with the world's most authentic Investor Education on www.lexvandam.com! LEARN FX, STOCKS, COMMODITIES AND SPECIALIST TRADING STRATEGIES WITH THE REAL MILLION DOLLAR TRADER: 1. MILLION DOLLAR TRADERS COURSE. Proven theory. Current markets. Learn how to trade FX, stocks, commodities and technical strategies in one comprehensive course combining high definition videos, exclusive tools, and specialist expertise. http://lexvandam.com/en/million_dollar_traders_course 2. TRADING CLUB. Access Lex’s best trade ideas within FX, stocks and commodities each month and stay ahead of the action with our weekly market report. Hurry! Access Trading Club for FREE for 7 days http://lexvandam.com/en/trading-club Once you start your trial you will receive access to the weekly report along with a preview of our latest monthly club meeting and video library explaining everything we cover. If you wish to become a full member your trial will automatically convert to a full subscription after 7-days, although you may cancel your trial at any time during this period with nothing to pay. All programs include: IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS OF CURRENT MARKET THEMES LATEST MARKET INTELLIGENCE AND EXCLUSIVE RESEARCH PROFESSIONAL INSIGHT INTO POTENTIAL TRADING OPPORTUNITIES Why we are different to other educators? REAL TRADERS→ The only program in the world run by a real hedge fund manager. We don’t hire failed traders from banks. PROVEN METHODS→ Learn how Lex approaches the market based on twenty-plus years of successful trading. CURRENT MARKETS→ Markets change, and our courses move with them. We believe that current content produces successful traders, sooner. DESIGNED AROUND YOU→ Our programs are interactive and everyone has the opportunity to learn at their own pace with dedicated support. PROFESSIONALLY RECOGNISED→ Our courses are CFP® and IMCA® Board-approved. As an accredited Continuing Education provider, when you learn with us, you earn with us. Disclaimer: Our courses are for educational purposes only and do not serve as investment or trading advice.
82. How Central Banks Move the Forex Market
 
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Practice trading with a free demo account: http://bit.ly/IT-forex-demo3 A lesson on how the central banks of the world participate in the foreign exchange market and move the forex market up and down for their economic benefit.
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Trade Forex Like the Banks - How they Make Billions in Profit Revealed
 
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http://www.learncurrencytradingonline.com Learn the secrets of the big banks and see how they generate billions in profit per annum - its a very simple strategy and will surprise you.
Views: 14744 Kellymichellefx
What is a hedge fund? - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials
 
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Tim Bennett looks at the secretive world of hedge funds, explaining what they do and how they aim to make money. Visit http://moneyweek.com/youtube for extra videos not found on YouTube. MoneyWeek videos are designed to help you become a better investor, and to give you a better understanding of the markets. They’re aimed at both beginners and more experienced investors. In all our videos we explain things in an easy-to-understand way. Some videos are about important ideas and concepts. Others are about investment stories and themes in the news. The emphasis is on clarity and brevity. We don’t want to waste your time with a 20-minute video that could easily be so much shorter. Related links… - What is an exchange-traded fund? http://moneyweek.com/videos/what-is-an-exchange-traded-fund-22100/ - What is private equity? http://moneyweek.com/videos/what-is-private-equity/ - What is the LIBOR/OIS spread? http://moneyweek.com/videos/what-is-the-libor-ois-spread-23000/ - Why a short-selling ban won't work http://moneyweek.com/videos/video-tutorial-short-selling-ban-13401/ - Equity crowdfunding: you can invest in start-ups http://moneyweek.com/videos/equity-crowdfunding-you-can-invest-in-start-ups/
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36. Two Trading Mistakes Which Will Destroy Your Account
 
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Practice these concepts with a free practice charting and trading account here: http://bit.ly/apextrader For the full lesson with images, text, links, and discussion, go here: http://www.informedtrades.com/5168-destroy-your-trading-account-these-two-mistakes.html For our full beginner course in technical analysis and trading, go here: http://www.informedtrades.com/index.php?page=freetradingcourses And of course, don't forget to jump start your learning as a trader by registering as a member of our learning community: http://www.informedtrades.com VIDEO NOTES A lesson on two of the most common mistakes that traders make when trading the stock, futures and forex markets. One of the most common mistakes is sticking in a trade where you know you are right in your analysis, but the market continues to move against you. As the famous economist John Maynard Keynes once said: "The markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent" Perhaps one of the best examples of this are those who shorted the NASDAQ into the runup in 1999 and early 2000. At the time it was pretty obvious that from a value standpoint NASDAQ stocks were way overvalued and that people's expectations for growth that they were buying on were way out of line with reality. There were many great traders at the time who recognized this and began shorting the NASDAQ starting in late 99. As you can see from the below chart and the huge sell off that ensued after the peak in 2000, these traders were right in their analysis. Unfortunately for many of them however stocks continued to run up dramatically from already overvalued points in late 99 wiping out many of these traders who would eventually be proved correct. So as we learned about in last lesson, people's strong desire to be right will often times keep them in trades that they should have moved on from even though the market may eventually prove them correct. For those traders who are able to initially move on from trades where they feel they are correct but the market moves against them, another common theme which arises is for a trader to initially stick to his plan, but after being proved correct and missing out on gains he becomes frustrated and deviates from his plan so that he will not miss out on another profitable opportunity. One place of many where I have seen this time and time again is when watching traders who trade reversals at support or resistance levels. Many times when the market touches a support or resistance level it will have a brief spike upwards or downwards which hits the stops of a trader looking to profit from the reversal, taking him out of the market just as it turns in his favor. Because many traders think a like, often times the level at which the trader is taken out of the market is right at his stop level as well. After this happens once or twice to a trader he will then stop placing hard stops in the market and instead convince himself that he will manage the trade if it moves against him. This may work a few times for the trader giving him more confidence in the strategy until the market does finally break. As we have learned about in previous lessons often times when the market breaks significant support or resistance levels it will break violently to the point where the trader in the above situation is quickly down a large amount on his trade. Typically what will happen at this point is instead of taking the big loss, learning his lesson, and moving on the trader will remain in the position or worse add to it with the hopes that the market will turn back in his favor. If the trader gets lucky and the market does turn back in his favor this only goes to support this bad habit which will eventually knock him out of the market. Successful traders realize that situations such as the above occur constantly in the market and that one of the main things that separates successful traders from unsuccessful ones is their ability to accept this, stick to their strategy, accept that loosing trades are a part of trading, and move onto the next trade when the market does not move in their favor. That's our lesson for today. In our next lesson we are going to look at another major part of trading psychology which is related to not wanting to take losses which is people's desire to follow the crowd. As always if you have any questions or comments please post them in the comments section below so we can all learn to trade together, and good luck with your trading!
Views: 372074 InformedTrades
Forex Trading Vs. Hedging Schemes
 
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http://forextradingseminar.com Find out why Forex hedging schemes are not only counterproductive but actually financially dangerous. Yes freedom rocks but freedom is best achieved through profitable trading. Forex Trading Vs. Hedging Schemes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHFMOb0MVnc
Views: 35175 Scott Shubert
How to Trade with Fibonacci Levels
 
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This recording is from the Atlanta Meetup group where we discussed Trading with Fibonacci levels. In the meetup, we covered the following topics with Fibonacci levels: 1. What are the Fibonacci Level? 2. What are the other key levels to use with Fibonacci Level? 3. Pro/Cons with all the Key Levels. 4. Entry levels. 5. Profit Target Levels 6. Situations with Multiple Wave patterns 7. Money Management i.e Reward/Risk 8. Where to place Stops Risk Disclaimer: https://www.ichimokutrade.com/c/disclaimer/
Views: 881134 Manesh Patel
Forex Trading Secrets - Forex Trading System Secrets of the Banks and Hedge Funds Revealed
 
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http://www.learncurrencytradingonline.com There are many trading secrets sold online and many claim to come from ex bankers, brokers or hedge fund managers but do they really make money? Learn the Forex trading system secrets of how professional money managers make money and when you do, you will see why you can make money trading Forex and you wont do it trading like the banks and hedge funds - you will do the opposite and make money. The fact is most banks, hedge funds and other large institutions lose money and many struggle to make single digit annual profits - in fact most get wiped out. If you want to win you only need a simple currency trading strategy you understand and can apply for profits and your all set for long term trading success - trading global FX markets from home.
Views: 19876 fxinfoonline
108. How Interest Rates Move the Forex Market Part 1
 
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http://www.informedtrades.com/25425-how-interest-rates-move-forex-market-part-1-a.html Like current and future earnings prospects are the most important factors to consider when trying to forecast the long term direction of a stock, current and future interest rate prospects are the most important factors to consider when trying to forecast the long term direction of a currency. Because of this fact, currencies are highly sensitive to any economic news that can affect the country's interest rates, an important factor for traders of all time frames to understand. As we learned in module 8 of our free basics of trading course located in the free course section of InformedTrades.com, when the central bank of a country raises interest rates this not only affects the short term rate that they target, but the interest rates for all types of debt instruments. If the central bank of a country raises interest rates then debt instruments of all types are going to become more attractive to investors, all else being equal. This not only means that foreign investors are more likely to invest in the debt of that country, but also that domestic investors are less likely to look outside the country for higher yield, creating more demand for the debt of that country and driving the value of the currency up, all else being equal. Conversely, when a central bank lowers interest rates, then interest rates on all types of debt instruments for that country are going to be less attractive to investors, all else being equal. This not only means that both foreign and domestic investors are less likely to invest in the debt of that country, but that they are also more likely to pull money out to seek higher returns in other countries, creating less demand for, and a greater market supply of that currency, and driving its value down, all else being equal. Once this is understood, it is next important to understand that foreign investors are exposed to not only the potential profit or loss from interest rate changes on the debt instrument they are investing in, but also to profits and losses which result from fluctuations in the value of that country's currency. This is an important concept to understand, as it generally will work to increase the profits for investors when interest rates increase, as the increase in the value of the currency is realized when they sell the investment and convert back into their home country's currency. This gives the foreign investor that much extra return on their investment, and that much extra incentive to invest when interest rates rise, driving the value of the currency up further all else being equal. Conversely when interest rates decrease, there will be less demand for the debt instruments of a country not only because of the lower yield to investors, but also because of the decrease in the value of the currency that normally comes with a decrease in interest rates. The additional whammy of a loss to the foreign investor from the currency conversion that results as part of the investment, further incitivizes them to put their money elsewhere, decreasing the value of the currency further, all else being equal.
Views: 30250 InformedTrades
Forex Live Trading - How To Make $1500 In No Time At All
 
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http://forextradersdaily.com/dailymentoring/ross2-2/ click here. Learn how to REALLY make money in the markets by watching Dustin Pass, one of the world's best Forex Traders. Begin by watching this forex live training, then learn to use this Forex Strategy on your own forex practice account. At Forex Traders Daily, we offer everything you need to become a consistently profitable trader, including: forex trading courses, online trading software, and forex alerts. So, click on the link right now to register for an upcoming Free trading workshop. Then visit our forex trading blog where you'll get a comprehensive education about the currency trading system that Dustin uses each day. http://youtu.be/8QDeIcMLRjc
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18. How to Trade Moving Averages Like a Pro Part 1
 
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Practice these concepts with a free practice charting and trading account here: http://bit.ly/apextrader Check out other videos in our free beginner course here: http://www.informedtrades.com/index.php?page=freetradingcourses Looking to access our videos without ads? Become an InformedTrades Patron to download all videos: http://www.informedtrades.com/index.php?page=vault2 Don't forget to jump start your learning as a trader by registering as a member of our learning community: http://www.informedtrades.com/register.php And of course, check out the full lesson that goes with this video -- which includes text, links, images, and discussion -- on http://www.informedtrades.com/3754-introduction-simple-exponential-moving-average-ema-forecasting-model-calculation.html VIDEO NOTES: The basics of trading with moving averages in two lessons for active day traders and investors in the stock market, futures market, and forex markets. Moving average as a trading indicator In our last lesson we gave an introduction to technical analysis, which started our latest series of lessons on how to use these in your trading. In this lesson we are going to start with looking at one of the most popular technical indicators, the moving average. Exponential moving average and simple moving average There are several different types of moving averages, which we are going to explore here, all of which are used by traders to try and smooth out the price action of a financial instrument, and get a better feel for the longer term direction without all the noise that is often associated with just looking at the price. In addition to getting a better feel for the longer term trend of a financial instrument, moving averages are also used to spot potential support and resistance levels, and are often used in conjunction with one another to generate buy and sell signals. Before we get into the details however, let's first have an overview of the two main types of moving averages: the simple moving average and the exponential moving average. The Simple Moving Average Model The simple moving average is the most basic of the moving averages and is calculated by taking the past x number of points averaging them, and then plotting the resulting line on a chart. The reason it is called a moving average is because as new data points become available the average moves forward to incorporate the new data point and drops the last data point in the series. For example, if a trader plots a 10 day moving average on a chart the last 10 days of trading are averaged to come up with the most recent point plotted on the moving average line on the chart. On the next day of trading the data point, which occupied the first day used in the above moving average is dropped from the equation, the data point which was day two in the equation becomes day 1, and the next day of trading becomes the 10th data point in the equation. I included this example here so you can simply have a basic understanding of how the average is calculated, however any charting package which you use should automatically do the calculations for you. The Exponential Moving Average (EMA) : Critics of the simple moving average argue that it is too simple in the sense that it gives the same weight to each point in moving average calculation. The problem with this it is argued is that the more recent data points deserve a greater weighting in the formula as they are more relevant to the future price action of the instrument. To solve this problem traders came up with the exponential moving average, which gives more weight to the more recent price points in calculating the moving average line. Whatever chart package that you end up using should automatically calculate the exponential moving average for you but for those who want to know the formula for doing so is below: When the simple moving average and the exponential moving average are plotted together on a chart you can see that the exponential average reacts faster to the most recent price action. Moving averages can be created from any number of trading periods however the most commonly used are the 200 day moving average and the 50 day moving average followed by the 15, 20, and 100 day moving averages. Whether traders use the simple or exponential moving average normally depends on trading style and the financial instrument that one is trading. As the simple moving average is slower to react than the EMA, traders will often use the SMA for trading longer term moves and EMA's for shorter term moves. Traders will often look at how different financial instruments have reacted in the past using both types of moving averages and then pick the one that has best represented the types of moves they are trying to trade. Lastly, some traders are firm believers in price and volume, and do not use any technical indicators in their trading.
Views: 227578 InformedTrades
Day Trader Documentary - A day in the life of a multimillionaire forex trader
 
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Learn how you can trade professionally inside our trading room: https://www.forexsignals.com Invest with our traders directly and generate above market returns over the long term.
Views: 1702198 Nick McDonald
81. The Role of the Retail Forex Broker
 
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Practice trading with a free demo trading account: http://bit.ly/IT-forex-demo3 View full lesson: http://www.informedtrades.com/21008-how-forex-broker-provides-access-individual-traders.html The platform featured in the video is the FX Trading Station. Click here to try a register for a free practice account on the FX Trading Station: http://bit.ly/register-fxcm-demo Before the internet, very few individuals traded foreign exchange as they could not get access to a level of pricing that would allow them a reasonable chance to profit after transaction costs. Shortly after the internet became mainstream however several firms built online trading platforms which gave the individual trader a much higher level access to the market. The internet introduced two main features into the equation which were not present before: 1. Streaming Quotes: The Internet allowed these firms to stream quotes directly to traders and then have them execute on those quotes from their computer instead of having to deal over the phone. This automated trade processing, and therefore made it easier for firms to offer the ability to trade fx to the individuals and still be profitable. 2. Automatic Margin Calls: What is not so obvious but what was perhaps even more key is that the internet allowed an automated margin call feature to be built into the platform. This allowed firms to accept cash deposits from clients instead of having to put them through the process of signing up to trade via a credit line. As we discussed in our last lesson it is very difficult to get a credit line to trade FX and for those who do it is a lot of paperwork and hoops to jump through before they can begin trading. This would have made it impossible to offer FX trading to smaller individual traders as the cost involved in getting them set up to trade would not be worth it. As the electronic platform allowed clients to deposit funds and then automatically cut them out of positions if they got to low on funds, this negated the need for credit lines and made the work to get an individual account open well worth it to the forex broker from a profit standpoint. If you don't understand all the ins and outs of margin at this point don't worry as this is something that we are going to go into much more detail on in a later lesson. For now it is simply important to understand that what these firms did was take all the traders who were not big enough by themselves to get access to good pricing and routed their order flow through one entity that was. This allowed these firms access to much tighter pricing than would otherwise have been possible which was then passed along plus a little for the brokers to the end client. So now you can see why although the forex market has been around for a relatively long period of time, individuals have only started to trade the market over the last few years. Anther key thing that it is important to understand here is that the larger a firm gets in terms of trading volume, the greater access that firm has to tighter prices and liquidity and the more likely that firm is to be able to pass on better pricing and execution to their clients. This is another reason that many traders will evaluate the size of a firm as one of the key factors in deciding who to trade with.
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How to Start a Hedge Fund Part I
 
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This voice over presentation provides start up hedge fund managers with an overview of the hedge fund formation process and laws. Part 1 of 5.
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How to find the Big Boys targets
 
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How to find where the Market makers are trying to take the currency Want to learn more? FIRST: Download our FREE ebook "4 THINGS YOU MUST KNOW TO TRADE IN HARMONY WITH THE BIG BOYS": http://proacttraders.com/ebook THEN: Get 7 days FREE access to the live London and NY sessions to get a feel for the community and the system free-- http://proacttraders.com/demo-trader-registration Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/ProActTraders Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/proacttraders17 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/proacttraders
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79. The Difference Between Over the Counter (OTC) and Exchange-Based Markets
 
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Practice trading with a free demo account: http://bit.ly/IT-forex-demo3 View full article: http://www.informedtrades.com/20797-difference-between-exchange-traded-over-counter-markets.html When trading stocks or futures you normally do so via a centralized exchange such as the New York Stock Exchange or the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. In addition to providing a centralized place where all trades are conducted, exchanges such as these also play the key role of acting as the counterparty to all trades. What this means is that while you may be buying for example 100 shares of Google stock at the same time someone else is selling those shares, you do not buy those shares directly from the seller but instead from the exchange. The fact that the exchange stands on the other side of all trades in exchange traded markets is one of their key advantages as this removes counterparty risk, or the chance that the person who you are trading with will default on their obligations relating to the trade. A second key advantage of exchange traded markets is that as all trades flow through one central place, the price that is quoted for a particular instrument is always the same regardless of the size or sophistication of the person or entity making the trade. This in theory should create a more level playing field which can be an advantage to the smaller and less sophisticated trader. Lastly, because all firms that offer exchange traded products must be members and register with the exchange, there is greater regulatory oversight which can make exchange traded markets a much safer place for individuals to trade. The downside that is often cited about exchange traded markets is cost. As the firms who offer exchange traded products must meet high regulatory requirements to do so, this makes it more costly for them to offer these products, a cost that is inevitably passed along to the end user. Secondly, as all trades in exchange traded products must flow through the exchange this gives these for profit entities immense power when setting things such as exchange fees which can also increase transaction costs for the end user. Unlike the stock market and the futures market which trade on centralized exchanges, the spot forex market and many debt markets trade in what's known as the over the counter market. What this means is that there is no centralized place where trades are made, instead the market is made up of all the participants in the market trading among themselves. The biggest advantage to over the counter markets is that because there is no centralized exchange and little regulation, you have heavy competition between different providers to attract the most traders and trading volume to their firm. This being the case transaction costs are normally lower in over the counter markets when compared to similar products that trade on an exchange. As there is no centralized exchange the firms that make prices in the instrument that is trading over the counter can make whatever price they want, and the quality of execution varies from firm to firm for the same instrument. While this is less of a problem in liquid markets such as FX where there are multiple price reference sources, it can be a problem in less highly traded instruments. While the lack of regulation can be seen as an advantage in the above sense it can also be seen as a disadvantage, as the low barriers to entry and lack of heavy oversight also make it easier for firms offering trading to operate in a dishonest or fraudulent way. Lastly, as there is no centralized exchange the firm that you trade with when you trade in an over the counter market like forex is the counterparty to your trade, so if something happens to that firm you are in danger of loosing not only the trades you have with that firm but also your account balance. It is for these reasons that there is so much focus among forex traders as to which firm to trade with, with special attention being paid to the financial stability of the firm and the execution that they provide. As we proceed through this forex trading course we will continue to gain a better understanding of the structure of the market and traders should be well prepared after going through those lessons to make an informed decision for themselves on this issue.
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How Hedge Funds Make Money | Investment Toolkit
 
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►Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Hedge funds make use of short-selling, leverage and discretion to magnify their gains, but as the FT's senior investment columnist John Authers points out, their techniques involve huge risks and they reward themselves too handsomely. ► FT Wealth: http://bit.ly/1e3996C ► FT Global Economy: http://bit.ly/1J5mmqH ► Chinese Governments Unable to Convince MSCI: http://bit.ly/1I9an7I
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How Banks Manipulate Retail Forex Traders - Day Trading Strategy
 
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More Bank Trading Strategies - https://www.DayTradingForexLive.com In this video, I walk through some recent market manipulation that occurred around economic data. In general, news offers a good opportunity to identify manipulation in the market which gives us a great indication of what smart money is doing. Because 5 banks control 58% of the daily forex volume, they must search out liquidity when they have the desire to buy or sell. Simply put you cannot buy what someone else is not willing to sell, and you cannot sell what someone else is not willing to buy. If they have the desire to sell, they need buying pressure and thus entering the short position is easier when the overall market direction is long. The news represents a great time when a one-directional market is likely to occur and thus allowing smart money a great opportunity to manipulate overall market sentiment. How The Banks Manipulate Retail Forex Traders - Day Trading Strategy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDhXG02KgWE -Sterling
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Forex trading tutorial - How to learn Forex trading  the truth about trading - Forex trading course
 
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VISIT OUR SITE - http://bit.ly/2s9MixP Forex Trading Tutorial How to learn Forex trading and the truth about trading - Forex trading course, how to trade SUCCESSFULLY using these forex trading tips. Bank Manipulation is Forex big secret. We discuss what is forex and why you may never have heard of Smart Money. Follow us on: Subscribe: https://goo.gl/oy5r84 Website: http://tradesimpletradesmart.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tradesimpletradesmart Facebook Group: http://bit.ly/2saQXSa Twitter: https://twitter.com/TSimpleTSmart ************************************ GET OUR AWESOME E-BOOK for The Journey of a Trader- Tips and Tricks today: http://bit.ly/2s9MixP ************************************ 95% of traders lose consistently while trading. This is the truth about forex trading and if you want to learn how to trade forex successfully watch this trading tutorials video. This tutorial caters for beginners and experienced traders alike. Why do most traders fail and how can you be in the 5% making money trading forex? The main answer is because they are being taught the retail way of trading forex using trading tools, trading strategies, and trading techniques which do not work. In essence, they do not know how to trade forex properly. They don’t really understand what is forex? How the forex markets work – what moves the market and the why as well as who the big players are. The forex market is dominated by the big banks and in order to be successful in this business then you must understand how the banks manipulate the forex markets for their own gain. This is Smart Money. Bank manipulation is not a new phenomenon but something that has been in the forex markets for decades. The key is recognizing it so that you don’t get caught out in the process. We teach you how to spot bank manipulation zones so that you can trade like the big banks, market makers and not like the amateurs who get taken for a ride by them! Learn about what every beginner in forex should know. This forex tutorial video is a small part of our online FOREX BANK MANIPULATION TRADING COURSE and shows bank manipulation trading secrets. We believe in transparency of information so that you can make an informed decision with your forex education. In this video you will learn about:- • Why 95% of active traders lose money • What is Bank Manipulation? • Bank manipulation trading secret • Forex Education • Cause and Effect • Retail Trading Approach vs Professional Trading Approach • Trading Oscillators • Why free forex tools and free forex education and your role... • What they are not teaching you • How to be a better trader ************************************ S U B S C R I B E T O D A Y! http://bit.ly/2rA7qk9 ************************************ #forextrading #forex fx trading ************************************ JOIN MY FACEBOOK GROUP http://bit.ly/2saQXSa ************************************ Our Forex trading tutorial on how to learn Forex trading and the truth about trading is a Forex trading course that will teach you the basic forex rules for beginners, simplify your forex trading education Learn to trade forex and start making money online now LEARN HOW TO TRADE FOREX IN THIS COMPLETE 18 HOUR FOREX BANK MANIPULATION TRADING COURSE AND OVER 50 HOURS OF TRADING VIDEO INSTRUCTION PLUS TRADE ALERTS AND LIVE TRAINING VISIT http://tradesimpletradesmart.com/ Join today and learn how to trade forex the right way More Videos: Best Trading Strategy Fibonacci Trading - Price and Time Analysis – Trade Simple Trade Smart https://youtu.be/biM8wKGuQfs Just about Trading Membership Site https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViILn2odQ08 Just About Trading Courses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9KmSZpFgmM The Trade Alert Tour https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fH58SvdUoDk Forex basics trading supply and demand https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpWzuitM6p0&t=3s Forex Trading Tips Confluence Trading Examples https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmU-rFjr6N4 Leave me a comment to ask any question or contact me through my website if you'd like to see if I can help you with great forex trading education. This was my Forex trading tutorial on how to learn Forex trading and the truth about trading and part of my Forex trading course it was important to show what is forex and how does it work? I hope this was informative
Trading: What Really Makes Markets Move?
 
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Explanation of Why Buying and Selling Moves Market Prices. Trading: What Makes a Market Move? Markets move based on supply and demand. In practice this is an auction process. The price of a market is where a buyer and a seller have agreed a price and a trade has take place. Markets trade on a centralised exchange example: LSE, NYSE, NASDAQ, NYMEX..etc Forex does not but is priced from a group of banks trading with each other. Players and participants: Institutions: Banks, hedge funds, pensions, mutual funds, Reail - Small trading firms, independent traders, investors HFT - Algos used to purely scalp small price movements. What moves a market? A person buys because he thinks the market will go up. He/she is hoping someone will buy the market after he has causing it to keep rising. [Note: For every buyer there is a seller. So for a market to rise buyers have to become more aggressive than sellers, paying a higher and higher price causing the market to go up]
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Meet Danny Yong, Asia's rising hedge fund titan
 
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Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/OpalesqueTV Singapore-born Danny Yong (full name Danny Yong Ming Chong), a widely respected veteran of Asian macro markets, is CEO & CIO and Portfolio Manager at Dymon Asia. Dymon Asia is a Singapore-based Asian Global Macro hedge fund and was funded by Tudor Investment Corp. After solid returns in 2009 and 2010, the fund is already up +13.39% net by end of April 2011. Asset base is close to US-$ 1 bn including future commitments. Danny Yong started his career at JP Morgan and was Head of FX & Rates Trading (South-East Asia) at Goldman Sachs (HK & Tokyo), a Managing Director (Macro Investments) at Citadel Investment Group (Hong Kong) and Chief Investment Officer and Co-founder of Hong Kong-based Abax Global Capital before spinning out Dymon Asia in 2008. This Opalesque.TV BACKSTAGE interview is a fascinating portrait of a leading global macro thinker and star trader. Danny Yong reflects what it takes to become a star trader and hedge fund manager and lays out Dymon Asia's path to become one of Asia's leading, home grown global macro power houses. Hear Danny speak about how Global Macro has evolved over last 5 years: Global Macro becoming Local Macro, the changed role of emerging markets and the emerging new financial world order. He shares valuable insights and intelligence like: - An assessment of Chinese policies over last 10 years - Will the Renminbi be fully convertible by 2014? - Will SDRs replace the US-$? - What is behind the asset bubble across all markets since 2000? - Is there trouble ahead in Food & Real Estate markets as governments regulate asset markets with "social implications" - Why equities will benefit long term - How Asian hedge funds will grow to multi billion size Dymon Asia's investment team has a 20 years average investment experience and is led by Danny. Dymon Asia targets a 20% target net return with 12% volatility and focuses on Asian and G10 markets in FX, interest rates and futures.
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Forex Bank Trading Strategy - Day Trading Forex Strategies
 
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Forex Bank Trading Strategies - http://www.DayTradingForexLive.com Only 10 bank control more the 50% of the daily volume in the forex market. Understanding how the banks must trade allows us to identify not only when they are entering a position, but what position they are entering. This video walks through the basics of the forex trading strategy that we use to day trade in the forex market. Because the banks control the majority of the daily market volume, if we can spot their activity then we can know the next short term market trend with a much higher probability. These day trade setups also offer a very high reward to risk ratio which is the key to learning to trade forex successfully. -Sterling
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110. How To Trade the Carry Trade Strategy Part 1
 
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Practice trading the carry trade strategy: http://bit.ly/IT-forex-demo3 View full lesson: http://www.informedtrades.com/25717-how-trade-carry-trade-strategy-part-1-a.html As we learned about in our lessons on how rollover works in module two of this course, when holding a position past 5pm NY time traders earn interest when they are long the currency with the higher interest rate. Conversely, when traders are long the currency with the lower interest rate they pay interest when holding a position past 5pm NY time. Like the US investor in the example from our last lesson who took his US Dollars and invested them in New Zealand Bonds to earn a higher return, currency traders can also take advantage of countries which offer higher interest rates. Luckily for us however taking advantage of interest rate differences between countries is generally much easier for currency traders who can do so with a simple click of the mouse. To help demonstrate this lets look at the interest rates as set by the central banks for the main currencies which we are interested in. As you can see here and as we went over in our last lesson, rates as set by the Federal Reserve in the United States are currently at 2%, and rates as set by the Bank of New Zealand are currently at 8.25%. Now lets bring up a screen shot of the simple dealing rates window of the FXCM platform and locate the New Zealand Dollar/US Dollar Currency pair. If we buy this currency pair, then we are long the New Zealand Dollar which is the higher yielding currency, and short the US Dollar which is the lower yielding currency. With this in mind we earn $10 per contract held past 5pm NY time as shown in the Roll B column of the simple dealing rates window. Conversely, if we sell this currency pair then we are short the higher yielding New Zealand Dollar and Long the lower yielding US Dollar, so we pay $15 dollars per contract held past 5pm NY Time, as shown in the roll s column of the window. As you can see here, we can take advantage of the higher interest rates in New Zealand by buying New Zealand Dollars and Selling US Dollars with the click of the mouse, and without having to go through the trouble of figuring out how to buy New Zealand bonds as we would have had to in our last lesson. Because of the simplicity of this strategy and the fact that in addition to the interest that one earns by being long the currency with the higher interest rate there is the opportunity for capital appreciation should the higher yielding currency move in one's favor, this is a hugely popular strategy. This is important to us as traders not only because it is a strategy that we may want to consider trading at some point, but also because a huge amount of capital flows in and out of currencies based on this strategy, making it a major market mover in both the long and short term time frames. Lastly, it is important to us as traders to understand that when a trader is long the carry, meaning that he or she is long the currency pair with the higher interest rate, then that trader is normally trading with the wind at their back as they are getting paid every day they hold their position, regardless of what happens to the exchange rate. Conversely when a trader is short the carry, meaning that they are long the currency pair with the lower interest rate, then they are generally trading with the wind in their face as they are paying money every day, regardless of what happens with the exchange rate.
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How to Hedge in Forex Trading Without Breaking the "No He...
 
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http://www.forextradingseminar.com Recently, the National Futures Association (NFA) announced a new rule approved by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and will take effect in the next two months. The first part of the NFA Compliance Rule 2-43 prohibits the practice of hedging. The second part d restricts a forex dealer from adjusting prices after an order has been executed. Will this be good for forex traders or is it another hindrance to earning more profit? This video demonstrates how not only does that not affect a traders ability to profit by strategically entering 2 trades on the same pair in opposite direction for specific technical analysis reasons, a savvy trader can earn more by choosing two different correlated pairs to trade when holding a long term positon on one pair and identifying a short term trade in the opposite direction on the same currency pair. How to Hedge in Forex Trading Without Breaking the "No He... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUpMOCSXqqw
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Forex Trading Strategies - Best  Banks & Hedge Funds Strategy Revealed
 
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http://www.learncurrencytradingonline.com Do you think bank and hedge fund strategies work and make huge profits? They do but not in the way most traders think. In this video, we show how the big institutions make money with their trading systems and how you can beat the majority of them - by doing the opposite with your trading strategy. So why dont banks and hedge funds have the best Forex trading strategies? After all they have huge resources to invest in complex software and trading programs and also have the best fundamental and technical research? The answer is simple - they are not fucused on making money for the money they trade - their interested in turing as much of the equity they manage as they can into commission earnings for them. The facts prove this is correct with most Hedge funds and bank managed accounts failing to reach double digit gains on their trading accounts. In fact, most are wiped out within a few years but the average Forex trader believes they are the worlds best Forex traders. The reality is you can win at Forex trading with just a simple trading system and all you have to do is be patient and wait for the best high odds chart patterns before executing your trading signals. Many traders want to learn the trading system secrets of the big boys and in this video we reveal them - but you wont be copying these traders you will be doing the exact opposite in your trading strategy and beating the so called pro traders from home. the best Forex trading strategy is your own and you wont want to copy the trading strategies of the banks and Hedge funds after watching this video.
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80. Who Really Controls the Forex Market?
 
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View the entire lesson: http://www.informedtrades.com/20991-who-really-controls-forex-market.html Register for a free forex demo trading account: http://bit.ly/IT-forex-demo3 As we discussed in our last lesson the forex market is an over the counter market meaning that there is no centralized exchange where all trades are made. Because of this, the price that someone receives when trading forex has traditionally differed depending on the size of the transaction and the sophistication of the person or entity that is making that transaction. At the center or first level of the market is something known as the Interbank market. While technically any bank is part of the Interbank market, when an FX Trader speaks of the interbank market he or she is really talking about the 10 or so largest banks that make markets in FX. These institutions make up over 75% of the over $3 Trillion dollars in FX Traded on any given day. There are two primary factors which separate institutions with direct interbank access from everyone else which are: 1. Access to the tightest prices. We will learn more about transaction costs in later lessons however for now simply understand that for every 1 Million in currency traded those who have direct access to the Interbank market save approximately $100 per trade or more over the next level of participants. 2. Access to the best liquidity. As with any other market there is a certain amount of liquidity or amount that can be traded at any one price. If more than what is available at the current price is traded, then the price adjusts until additional liquidity enters the market. As the forex market is over the counter, liquidity is spread out among different providers, with the banks comprising the interbank market having access to the greatest amount of liquidity and then declining levels of liquidity available at different levels moving away from the Interbank market. In contrast to individuals who make a deposit into their account to trade, institutions trading in the interbank market trade via credit lines. In order to get a credit line from a top bank to trade foreign exchange you must be a very large and very financially stable institution, as bankruptcy would mean the firm that gave you the credit line gets stuck with your trades. The next level of participants are the hedge funds, brokerage firms, and smaller banks who are not quite large enough to have direct access to the Interbank market. As we just discussed the difference here is that the transaction costs for the trade are a bit higher and the liquidity available is a bit lower than at the Interbank level. The next level of participants has traditionally been corporations and smaller financial institutions who do make foreign exchange trades, but not enough to warrant the better pricing As you can see here, traditionally as the market participant got smaller and less sophisticated the transaction costs they paid to trade became larger and the liquidity that was available to them got smaller and smaller. In a lot of cases this is still true today, as anyone who has ever exchanged currencies at the airport when traveling knows. To give you an idea of just how large a difference there is between participants in the Interbank market and an individual trading currencies for travel, Interbank market participants pay approximately $.0001 to exchange Euros for Dollars where Individuals in the airport can pay $.05 or more. This may not seem like much of a difference but think about it this way: On $10,000 that is $1 that the Interbank participant pays and $500 that the individual pays. The landscape for the individual trader has changed drastically since the internet has gone mainstream however, in many ways leveling the playing field and putting the individual trader along side large financial institutions in terms of access to pricing and liquidity. This will be the topic of our next lesson.
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75. How to Keep a Trading Journal
 
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Practice trading with a free demo trading account: http://bit.ly/IT-forex-demo3 In our last lesson we finished up our discussion the different styles of trading with a look at the longer term style of position trading. In today's lesson we are going to start a new discussion on one of the trader's most powerful tools, the trading journal. As I think most people who are successful at anything will tell you, a major factor that separates the successful from the unsuccessful is those who are successful look at each experience as a chance to learn and grow where those who are not move from one experience to another without learning much at all. With this in mind one of the major things that separates the profitable trader from the unprofitable trader is an openness to learning from each trade, and a willingness to put in the effort it takes to document and periodically review each trade that is made. Traders who document their trades do so in trading journals. This can be as simple as writing down certain details of your trades in a notebook or in a word document, however those who know a bit about excel normally find this a much more powerful option Below are 10 things that in my opinion it is important to document about each trade. : 1. The general market conditions for that specific trading day. For example is there a lot of volatility in the market, is the market trading lower or higher, ranging or trending? 2. Why you entered the trade, the time you entered the trade, and the price you entered the trade. 3. Why you exited the trade, the time you exited the trade, and the price you excited the trade. 4. Whether the trade was a long or short trade. 5. What happened with the market from the time you opened the trade to the time that you closed the trade. 6. The money management parameters you used in the trade and which we covered in our previous lessons on the subject. 7. Many traders will also attach a chart with their analysis on it to help them remember the trade when they review their trading journal. 8. Where you were weak that particular day and what you are going to do to address those weaknesses. 9. Where you were strong that day and what you are going to do to address those strengths. 10. Any other thoughts that you had that day which should be noted. http://www.informedtrades.com/20418-10-components-successful-trading-journal.html That's our lesson for today. In tomorrow's lesson we will look at the next and equally important step of how to go about reviewing your trading journal periodically in order to make sure that you leverage your journal to improve your trading.
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Foreign Exchange Hedging, James Tompkins
 
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This is the eleventh lecture in the "International Finance" series in which I discuss how corporations and other entities can protect themselves from unexpected exchange rate movements. So far this class has been about obtaining an in-depth understanding as to why and how different currencies move up and down in value. To the extent that unexpected exchange rate movements are a risk, we now look at managing this risk. In particular, in this lecture, we look at managing this risk in the short term. My approach is to use a very simple example, and for the same example explore different alternatives to hedging including the use of forwards, futures, options, money market hedges and others. The goal is not only to understand how each hedge works, but the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Views: 23714 Understanding Finance
A Hedge Fund's Secret to Trading Price Action
 
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The experts at Sang Lucci show you what price action is, how tape reading can be the key to price action, and how to utilize tape reading to make a huge return! Marketfy is the first ever curated & verified marketplace for everything trading. As a financial institution, we were tired of the spam and dishonesty that was taking over the newsletter industry, so we did something about it. Marketfy was created to help traders & investors find the best financial products, tools & education without questioning the quality and legitimacy of the services. Each trade is verified and executed in real-time so mavens can't fudge numbers or past trade results. Every Maven on Marketfy goes through a rigorous background check to ensure we provide traders & investors with products run by the trading elite. See what makes Marketfy unique here: http://www.marketfy.com
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Trading Forex for Beginners - The Basics
 
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Forex Scams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTiXEEBIQnI PART 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2P4mbdszMfA PART 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26s8UV83tIc Practice free or TRADE for real at: http://www.avatrade.com/?tag=75842 PLATFORM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-tP2icEGzY TRADE OPTIONS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bEiZsXAs4I TRADE STOCKS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yh4v6STy39Q TAGS: trading forex for beginners the basics foreign exchange market help tips stock need tutorial tricks learn business please your howto ideas needs stocks advice "need help" techniques analysis finance easy free information
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Currency Options Step-by-Step
 
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Academic discussion of fundamentals of currency options
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Support and Resistance Trading - For Beginners
 
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Get the Mastering Price Action Course : https://www.urbanforex.com/a/4747/j2uTR2xG Download App : FX Meter on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fx-meter/id1286671384?mt=8 Please like and share this video if you find it useful.
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86. Setting Up Your Forex Trading Software
 
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The platform featured in the video is the FX Trading Station. Click here to try a register for a free practice account on the FX Trading Station: http://bit.ly/forex-demo1 A lesson on getting set up with a forex trading demo account for active currency and foreign exchange traders.
Views: 140961 InformedTrades
Hedge Funds and the Global Economic Meltdown (Part 3)
 
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Short selling hedge funds lit the spark that led to the global economic meltdown. Now they want to help craft the laws Congress will pass to fix our broken regulatory system. That's insane.
Views: 35755 Judd Bagley
Forex Trading Psychology The Secret of Getting a Winning Psychology
 
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http://www.learncurrencytradingonline.com This is an excellent documentary on why, emotions cause most traders to fail and how to avoid the mistakes of the losing majority. Learn how to get a winning trading psychology. The documentary shows you how to avoid the mistakes of the majority and get the right mindset, to make money trading Forex. Learn to trade like the worlds best professional traders...
Views: 252928 fxinfoonline

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