In this video we cover FX, commodities, indices and shares, and show you how to use our innovative filtering tools.
What is diversification? While more commonly associated with long-term investing, diversification concepts also have benefits for short-term traders. This session covers economic, corporate, political and other developments that have an impact on different markets.
Learning from your mistakes is important, but in this short video we highlight some of the most common mistakes to avoid. Learn about risk management, the importance of a cohesive strategy, identifying the right methodology, over leveraging, poor monitoring and record keeping.
Learn about risk management methods, including how to avoid marginal trades, and trading different markets to take advantage of the benefits of diversification. Standard and trailing stop losses, and boundaries (helping avoid slippage on stop entry orders and market orders) can help to manage the risk of specific trades.
Watch our trading indices video as we discuss one of our most heavily-traded asset types. Learn about the main drivers of volatility and potential trading strategies.
Learn the importance of creating a trading plan when you start trading. We explain what a trading plan consists of and why monitoring your performance is important. Learning from previous trades will help optimise your approach to trading and help correct bad trading habits and build on strong ones.
Our Australia Chief Market Strategist, Michael McCarthy, focuses on the key movers of fundamental analysis – economic and company-specific events. He discusses micro and macro events and potential strategies you could employ to take advantage of known fixed events.
Learn about trading share CFDs. What are the major factors to consider when trading company shares? We will walk you through announcements that could potentially affect price action and look at the benefits of shares CFD trading.
There are many factors to consider when trading energies, including political developments, seasonality, demand changes and more. We also consider the differences between energy commodities and energy shares.