Trading strategies every trader should know
Always celebrate small wins. Even if you failed at the beginning, it's okay. You can always start all over again.
Scalping trading strategy
Position trading strategy
Swing trading basics
Does the market always seem to move lower after you hit the buy button? Do you wish your trade will be over soon because you hate to watch your P&L swing up and down? Are you frustrated to see the market almost got your target income, but only to do a 180-degree reversal and hit your stop loss?

If you replied "Yes" to any of the above, then this app got the answer for you.
Strategies for you to start conscious trading
Scalping trading strategy.
Traders who use a scalping strategy place very short-term trades with small price movements. Scalpers aim to 'scalp' a small income from each trade in the hope that all the small benefits accumulate. As a scalper, you must have a disciplined exit strategy as a large loss can eliminate many other benefits that have accumulated slowly and steadily. Forex scalping is particularly common for trading currency pairs.
Position trading strategy.
Position trading is a popular trading strategy where a trader holds a position for a long period of time, usually months or years, ignoring minor price fluctuations in favor of succeeding from long-term trends. Position traders tend to use fundamental analysis to evaluate potential price trends within the markets, but also take into considerations other factors such as market trends and historical patterns.
Swing trading basics.
Swing trading is a trading methodology that seeks to capture a swing (or "one move").

The idea is to endure as "little pain" as possible by exiting your trades before the opposing pressure comes in. This means you'll book your income before the market reverse and wipe out your gains.
Swing trading strategy. Stuck in a box.
It's swing trading in a range market because the market is "stuck" between Support and Resistance (somewhat like a box). Here's how it works. Identify a range market. Wait for the price to break below. Support If the price breaks below. Support, then wait for a strong price rejection (a close above Support). If there's a strong price rejection, then go long on the next candle open. Set your stop loss 1 ATR below the candle low and take income before Resistance.
Swing trading strategy. Catch the wave.
This swing trading strategy focuses on catching "one move" in a trending market (like a surfer trying to catch the wave). The idea here is to enter after the pullback has ended when the trend is likely to continue. However… This doesn't work for all types of trends.
Swing trading strategy. Fade the move.
Now you're probably thinking: "What's the meaning of fade?" It means… to go against. Basically, you're trading against the momentum (also known as counter-trend). So, if you're the trader that likes to "go against the crowd", then this trading strategy is for you.
What is the best trading strategy?
When it comes to trading strategies, they can all perform well under specific market conditions; the best trading strategy is a subjective matter. However, it’s recommended to pick a trading strategy based on your personality type, level of discipline, available capital, risk tolerance and availability.
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