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What Is an Exponential Moving Average (EMA)?

Moving averages are trend indicators. They are part of any trading platform and very useful in technical analysis. Multiple types of moving averages exist. One of the most popular types is the Exponential Moving Average. Also called the EMA, it is preferred by many traders because it reduces the lag

What Is Position Trading?

Position trading refers to a trader holding a position open for a long period of time. In a way, position trading is similar to investing and has a larger time horizon than swing trading. A simpler way of explaining what is positional trading is to think of trading on bigger

Moving Averages in Technical Analysis

What Is a Moving Average (MA)? A Moving Average or MA — one of the oldest and most powerful technical indicators. MAs exist for a long time, and they are among the first indicators ever created to analyze financial markets. When traders started to use technical analysis to forecast future prices,

Poker Player vs. Trader: What Do They Have in Common?

In 2018, Bridgewater Associates, an American investment management firm, hired a new consultant  — Vanessa Selbst, a three-time World Series of Poker winner. That wasn’t the first time that hedge funds took advantage of poker players, especially aggressive ones like Selbst. So why do fat cats think that they can

Ways to Survive in a Bear Market

Regardless of the type of the market (i.e., currencies, commodities, equities), traders refer to the market as either being bullish or bearish. In a bullish market, traders go long, or buy. A bearish market, in contrast, requires selling. However, it doesn’t mean that pullbacks do not take

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