http://www.moneyshow.com/main.asp?scode=013358 Stuart McPhee, author of Trading in a Nutshell, discusses the main reasons why he feels that traders fail, and the fine balance between confidence and overconfidence.
By Roger Baettig | Aug 27 | IBTimes
I own a small business that imports products from overseas, what advice do you have for managing international payments?
Jun 07, 2012 | iMoneywire
As you may have noticed, futures trading is a humbling vocation. Every trader must come to terms with losing, because all traders lose. In fact, most traders lose most of the time. It's the bottom line that counts - winning more than you lose.
By Roger Baettig | May 29, 2012 | IBTimes
Today's lesson covers the 2nd phase to achieving trading success: planning
By Jay Norris, Professor of IBUniversity | Mar 09, 2012 | IBUniversity
The first, ownership, which we will cover in today's lesson, is the biggest roadblock, and the reason why most individuals fail to become successful traders.
By Jay Norris, IBUniversity | Mar 08, 2012 | IBUniversity
When you start to trade, there are a set of rules that you need to establish and follow. These include steps to evaluate a trade, the process of using fundamental and technical analysis including determining.
Jan 27, 2012 | FXEmpire
You must be a successful analyst before you can become a successful trader
By Jay Norris, IBTRADE Chief Market Strateg | Nov 09, 2011 | IBTimes Contents
Few markets can be as rewarding and punishing to the individual investor than the Global Forex trading marketplace.
Sep 28, 2011 | IBTimes
Let's take on the adage than markets spend a more time going sideways than up or down.
By Jay Norris | Sep 09, 2011 | IBTimes
Generally speaking, because Managed Futures have little correlation to stock and bond markets, it is quite difficult to make a comparison.
Sep 09, 2011 | IBTimes
Managed futures are the systematic or discretionary trading of futures contracts by professional Commodity Trading Advisors
Sep 09, 2011 | IBTimes
If you are trading Forex, Commodities or Equities, you often hear the word Money Management. This word is often used in order to determine the position sizing, Stop Loss Management or for risk-reward (which doesn't have anything to do with MM).
By Roger Baettig | Jan 18, 2011 | IBTimes