Intermediate Day Trading Course
Trading The News
Learn how to trade the news the same way as the bankers. By getting into the market at the time of the release you can capture the entire move and bag huge profits. You’ll be trading with both fresh direction and momentum. Trading the news requires expert analysis & clinical trade execution.
Trading the news strategy is a huge component of trading the financial markets. The News & Economic Data provides the markets with fresh momentum and clear direction & it gives the Central Banks the framework from which to manage their economies via interest rate adjustments. If the economic data comes in consistently strong the Central Bank raises interest rates and vice versa if the economic data is consistently weak, they will cut interest rates.
The higher a countries interest rates relative to others the higher the value of their currency will be. This also has a roll-on effect throughout the financial markets as they are all inter-related. The Forex market, Equity markets, Stock markets, & Commodity markets are all impacted by the news releases.
So, it’s massively important you understand and are aware of the upcoming releases and the potential impact they may have on various markets. Combining the news with technical analysis is where you will find all the best trades and that’s what the Bankers are constantly on the lookout for.
Understand this section and you’ll be well on the way to becoming a more consistent & successful trader.
Brad has over 33 years of Professional trading experience. Prior to setting up Traders4Traders in 2009, Brad worked for Citibank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Toronto Dominion Bank. He was Chief FX Dealer of some of the biggest FX teams in Sydney, London & New York. He has also worked extensively through Asia in Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Vietnam.
Absolutely you will, you will be provided with a Trade Plan, a trading platform and all you need to start trading technically.
No you have lifetime access.
Trading the news involves making trading decisions based on the release of economic data or other significant news events that can impact financial markets. Here are some steps to help you trade the news:
Stay informed: Keep up with the latest news and events that could affect the financial markets. This could include economic indicators, political developments, company earnings reports, and other key events.
Choose your market: Decide which market you want to trade. For example, if you’re interested in trading currency, you might want to focus on the forex market.
Know the schedule: Check the economic calendar to find out when important news releases are scheduled to be announced. This will help you plan your trades accordingly.
Analyze the data: Once the news is released, analyze the data to determine how it might impact the market. Consider factors such as the magnitude of the data, whether it met, exceeded or missed expectations, and the potential impact on the market.
Plan your trade: Based on your analysis, decide whether to buy or sell, and determine your entry and exit points. Consider using stop-loss orders to limit your potential losses.
Monitor your trade: Keep an eye on the market and be prepared to adjust your trade if necessary. Remember, news events can cause sudden and dramatic price movements, so be ready to act quickly.
It’s important to note that trading the news can be risky and is not suitable for all traders. Make sure you have a solid understanding of the markets and the risks involved before getting started.
The Intermediate Day Trading Course will teach you how to trade the news, the way the bankers do.
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