- Bennett McDowell discusses 5 reasons why traders may lack success and offers ways in which these can be addressed
- Sam Seiden discusses how supply and demand levels are often not the same for institutional traders as those of retail traders and how trading the open can often be the right thing to do
- Peter Davies explains how market pullbacks are strongly correlated to liquidity and uses examples to show how an understanding of this can present trading opportunities
- Cory Mitchell offers five ways in which to improve day-trading success with examples of how this can be achieved
- Michael Patak gives advice on five areas for development to becoming a consistently profitable trader
- Sam Seiden talks through the much discussed issue of whether trading is gambling and why it may be different depending on what type of trader you are.
- Brendan Egan walks through a scenario that is often faced by day-traders when encountering "noise" in the markets and advises on how to address this when it is encountered.
- Carley Garner discusses everything you need to consider when choosing a suitable broker in this excerpt from her new work "A Trader's First Book on Commodities"
- US stock market scalp trader Ben Tippen gives an insight into how he trades US stocks for profits of only one to three cents a share per trade and explains how this is a good way to make a living
- Failing to set a stop loss is not the only way in which major losses can be incurred when day-trading. Trader333 discusses a number of potential hazards and what can be done to ensure that the risk of these occurring is significantly reduced.