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Morning Market Briefing – Short Term Support

Morning Market Briefing Morning Market Briefing - Short Term Support February 22, 2020 Have you seen our live shows? Join us for "The Trend" each market morning at 9:00AM EST, and "Beyond the Bell" at the close. See what's trending in the markets and find out what [...]

Morning Market Briefing – Short Term Support2021-02-21T19:01:58-05:00

The Fear Of Losing

By: Alex Dixon, YouCanTrade   Everyone has some level of risk if they are trading; even if they are not currently in a position, they risk missing out on potential profits. These risks spark a variety of fears, but there are ways to deal them. There are four common risks which evoke fear while trading: fear [...]

The Fear Of Losing2021-02-18T11:41:47-05:00

Fear of Missing Out

The Fear of Missing Out Alex Dixon, YouCanTrade Everyone has some level of risk if they are trading.  These risks spark fears, but there are ways to combat them. There are four common risks which invoke fear while trading: fear of missing out, fear of loss, fear of being wrong and fear of a win becoming [...]

Fear of Missing Out2021-02-11T15:57:58-05:00

Stocks vs. Bonds

By Alex Dixon, YouCanTrade While stocks and bonds are often mentioned in the same breath, they are quite different. A stock is a specified portion of a company issued in shares (a certain percentage of ownership of a company) while a bond is an instrument of debt designed to help raise funds. Stocks and bonds have [...]

Stocks vs. Bonds2021-02-10T09:13:01-05:00

How Futures Work and Why They are Leveraged so Much

By Alex Dixon, YouCanTrade Content Specialist What are futures? Futures are contracts that lock in future delivery of a commodity or a security at today’s price. In a futures market, participants buy and sell commodity and futures contracts for delivery on a future date- hence the name. Let’s look at an example: Take an imaginary large [...]

How Futures Work and Why They are Leveraged so Much2021-01-26T14:00:07-05:00

The Basics of Selling Options

By Mike Tibbits, YouCanTrade Content Specialist Understand the risks of being an options seller There are two ways to sell options both with their own risks. You can either sell call options or sell put options. Before you sell either one, you should be aware of assignment. Being assigned means you must meet the deliverable terms [...]

The Basics of Selling Options2021-01-26T13:48:04-05:00

Why Does the Stock Market Exist?

By Michael Tibbits, YouCanTrade Content Specialist To help companies raise capital The main reason the stock market exists is to help companies raise capital as an alternative to borrowing funds. If we break it down, there are two ways a company can raise money to perform its operations. The first way is by borrowing money. This [...]

Why Does the Stock Market Exist?2020-12-03T14:14:14-05:00

Six Habits Every Trader Should Practice

By Michael Tibbits, YouCanTrade Content Specialist Whether you are a new trader or an experienced trader, having a set of good habits can help you be the best trader you can be. Below are the six habits I think every trader should practice when trading. #1: Plan your trade Make a set of rules that you [...]

Six Habits Every Trader Should Practice2020-11-23T09:18:10-05:00
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