CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 66% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 66% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

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Understanding Volatility: The Key To Risk Management?

  • Skilling Team
    • Trading
    • Finance
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Traders have a Love/Hate relationship with volatility. - Not enough volatility = not enough opportunity - Too much volatility = uncertain returns Understanding volatility is a critical component of any trader's career. Let’s dive in.

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  • What is a CFD Account? Features, History and Different Types

    • Skilling Team
      • Finance
      • News
      • Trading

    What is a CFD Account? We answer this question, and a lot more, in this comprehensive guide. So, if you’ve ever wanted to trade contracts for difference online but did not know where to start, just go on and check out the sections below.

  • Volatility around Bitcoin and Crypto Trading | Skilling

    • Skilling Team
      • Trading
      • News
      • Finance

    The price of Bitcoin rapidly plunged about 87% on Binance’s U.S. exchange on Thursday morning, sinking to as low as $8,200 from around $65,000. This did not happen on other venues, and on Binance the level almost immediately snapped back to where it had been. Mistakes like this happen throughout finance when, for instance, traders mess up details of their intended trades, entering the wrong price or order size. An erroneously large trade, as one example, can overwhelm an exchange’s order book, leading to a quick and massive decline.

  • What is Copy Trading and How Does it Work | Skilling

    • Skilling Team
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      • Trading

    Copy trading allows traders to copy other investors, and can be useful for novices who can automatically mirror the strategies and trades of more knowledgeable investors. With Skillin’s cCopy you can become a Strategy Provider and make your strategy available for other traders to follow for a performance, management and volume fee. Or, if you are still new to trading, take advantage of the knowledge and expertise of more sophisticated traders and invest in their strategies by automatically copying their trades.

  • Everything You Need to Know About Position Trading | Skilling

    • Skilling Team
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      • News
      • Trading

    If you want to trade and invest like a Wall Street hedge fund manager, you might be interested in position trading. Position trading is essentially the opposite of the fast-paced, high-risk environment of day trading. With position trading, you are buying and holding a position with the expectation of capitalising on a long-term trend. You will buy with the expectation that an upward trend will continue over a long period of time and then sell a few months or years down the line. When it comes to position trading vs swing trading, the main difference here is that swing trading usually means holding a position for a few days or weeks, while position trading operates in months and years.

  • The Complete Guide to Scalping Trading Strategies | Skilling

    • Skilling Team
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      • News
      • Trading

    In the world of stock and shares trading, scalping is a term that you will come across again and again. In day trading, scalping is a form of trading that requires the execution of many short, fast trades in order to capitalize on incremental price differences.