TRADING FOR BEGINNERS

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Beginner traders can give themselves a good start with some basic tips to create a

well-developed trading style. Below you can find eight tips that can define your trading strategy.

These tips will help traders of all experience levels develop more effective strategies

for their portfolios.

8 Tips on Trading for Beginners

Set day trading price targets

 

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Maintain 3:1 risk-reward ratio

 

One of the most important lessons in trading for beginners is to understand the risk-reward ratio. This allows you to

“lose small and win big” and come out ahead even if you have losses on many of your trades. In fact, once you gain

some experience, risk-reward ratios of as high as 5:1 may be attainable.

Be patient trader

 

Beginners need to set a trading plan and stick to it. Our traders execute plans in the market under the guidance of a

senior instructor until the right decisions become second nature. If you’re trading on your own, impulsive behavior

can be your worst enemy. Greed can keep you in a position for too long and fear can cause you to bail out too soon.

Don’t expect to get rich on a single trade.

Be disciplined

 

Beginners need to set a trading plan and stick to it. Our traders execute plans in the market under the guidance of a

senior instructor until the right decisions become second nature. If you’re trading on your own, impulsive behavior

can be your worst enemy. Greed can keep you in a position for too long and fear can cause you to bail out too soon.

Don’t expect to get rich on a single trade.

Be courageous

 

Novice day traders often face “paralysis by analysis” because they get covered up in watching the candles and the

Level 2 columns on their screen and can’t act quickly when the opportunity presents itself. If you’re disciplined and

work by your plan, actually placing the order should be automatic. If you’re wrong, your stops will get you out

without major damage.

Never risk too much capital on one trade

 

Set a percentage of your total day trading budget something from 2% to 10%, depending on how much money you

have and don’t allow the size of your position to exceed it. Otherwise, you may miss out on an even better

opportunity in the market.

Don’t limit day trading to one asset

 

Forex, Cryptos, and Shares are three asset classes that display volatility and liquidity making them ideal for day

trading. And often one of them will present appealing opportunities on a day when another market is going nowhere.

Learn from experience.

 

Every day trader has losses, so don’t blame yourself when the occasional trade doesn’t go your way, especially if

you're a beginner. Confirm that you followed your fixed day trading rules and didn’t get in or out at the wrong time.

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