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Getting Started on Options:
What are options...and why doesn't everyone invest in them?
Another big myth
... is that most options expire worthless...but as
you'll soon see from my profit-building strategies, you should sell the option
long before the expiration date to maximize your profit or minimize the loss.
Simply stated for our purposes
... an option gives you the right to buy or sell
100 shares of a specific stock at a certain price within a set period of time.
Getting Started on Forex
Traders opening multiple lot positions may prefer to use trailing stops – as a mechanism to lock in profits on a step-by-step basis, while seeking greater moves.
Real-Time Market Analysis Indicators
Lion Asset Management uses a proprietary model, which incorporates a multitude of Technical and Fundamental indicators to project Volatility, Overbought/Oversold conditions, Trend Direction/Strength for the Major currency pairs.
There are two types of markets; range-bound and trending. Oscillators are commonly used to gauge overbought and oversold conditions in range-bound markets. With oscillators, a chartist can forecast when a pair is running out of steam on the upside or downside. Our proprietary model incorporates a statistical averaging of standard oscillators to identify key levels for range-plays. Using this indicator, we can identify when a currency pair may be towards the top or bottom of a range.
If a pair is highly overbought/oversold and the trend is weak, there is an opportunity for an aggressive range or reversal play.
In a trending market, oscillators would be ineffective as there is a strong
movement in one direction. The proprietary model
incorporates Technical trend indicators, significant Support/Resistance levels,
Fundamental flows and other variables in forecasting development of a trending
market condition and its respective strength.
If a pair displays a strong bullish trend, dips would be identified for an optimal entry point. If trend is relatively neutral, overbought/oversold indicators would be analyzed to determine possible range plays.
Volatility is a statistical measure of the tendency of a market or pair to rise or fall sharply within a short period of time. This indication is used well in conjunction with other variables to determine strength of price action as well as to effectively manage market risk. Using this indicator, we can instantly assess how fast or uncertain the market is moving.
Whereas the Trend, Overbought/Oversold, and Volatility gauges are based on
Technical and Fundamental analysis, the Market Sentiment indicator is unique in
that is it is based solely on sentiment or what other traders ‘feel’ about the
market. Market psychology has always been a driving force in any financial
market. Individuals and institutions have always “bought the rumor, sold the
news.” How do your fellow traders and fellow institutions ‘feel’ about the EUR/USD,
or any of the other pairs traded at any given time? The Market Sentiment
Indicator tries to provide a gauge of exactly that. Based on the input of other
traders, the Market Sentiment Indicator provides a descriptive aggregate of
total user sentiment.
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