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Paul has been involved in trading since 1998 and an active member of Trade2Win since January 2003. He has traded futures, bonds, stocks and forex on an intra-day as well as End of Day basis with consistent annual returns and has previously coached others to do the same. He has a number of business interests including property, web based marketing, business consultancy and publishing. He is a graduate of Sheffield Hallam University with an MBA as well as being awarded a Management Fellowship from Cranfield University. He is known for having a logical approach to trading and is happy to pass this on to others and always believes that there is more to learn.

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Avoiding Potential Day-Trading Hazards

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.

07 Jan, 2010 in Day Trading & Scalping and Getting Started

Interview with an Equities Analyst

An interview with an equities analyst giving a unique insight into the world of investment banking including market structure, hours worked, a typical day, seasonal influences and what is required to get into this industry.

11 Oct, 2009 in Interviews, Equities, and Fundamental Analysis

Position Sizing as an Approach to Risk Management

This article discusses how position sizing can be used to optimize risk when trading. It includes a downloadable Excel spreadsheet as well as practical examples of how this can be used for different trading styles.

28 Sep, 2009 in Money Management

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