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Browse trading-related articles aimed at all levels of experience, covering trading essentials through to more technical and strategy-based topics.
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Learn about different trading strategies, how they can help your trading and how to develop them.
Learn to day trade with our beginner's guide. We cover key aspects such as day trading strategies and the psychology of day trading.
News trading strategies can be based on economic indicators such as company earnings reports, interest rates and inflation. Learn how to trade the news.
Almost every day there are major economic data releases that could have significant impacts on your current open positions. Learn more on forex news trading here.
A simple trading strategy can still be an effective way of catching significant moves, meaning you can use it across a variety of different markets.
Our 1-Click Trading feature allows you to open or close a trade with just one click. Learn more about 1-click trading here.
Anyone who trades for long enough will probably encounter big wins from time to time. It's important to know how to handle these wins in a way that won't negatively affect your trading strategy and future trades.
These articles cover trading essentials and definitions to ease you into the financial markets with beginner's knowledge.
You can trade many CFD instruments with us, including FX, indices, commodities, shares & treasuries. Learn more here.
Setting precise trading goals can help to enhance profit potential when trading the financial markets. Learn about the importance of setting trading goals as part of your strategy.
Find out the difference between the bid and ask price, also called the bid-ask spread, and how it affects liquidity, spreads and markets.
Morningstar quantitative equity research reports are available across most of our global CFD share products. Learn more about Morningstar market reports here.
Traders use pips (percentage in point) in forex to measure price movements. Determining the number of pips in a currency pair is crucial for your forex trading strategy.
Trailing stop-losses are similar to traditional stop-loss orders, but rather than remaining at a specific price level. Learn more about trailing stop losses here.
The foreign exchange market is a highly sophisticated market and traders who rush into it can end up making some very costly mistakes. Discover common forex trading mistakes here.
The market crash following the coronavirus pandemic has brought light to many trading and investment opportunities. Discover the stocks & industries that have been particularly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
There are numerous powerful tools that can help you access high-quality trading information. Discover some of the top tools for new traders here.
Learn how to build a trading plan, develop your own trading edge and put these into practise. We also discuss ways to structure and optimise your portfolio.
Discover our top trading tips and rules, and learn how to avoid common trading mistakes with advice from professional traders here.
Discover why risk management is important to your trading strategy & learn pointers to keep in mind when planning your CFD trading strategy.
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Learn how you can incorporate technical analysis into your trading to identify trading opportunites on charts. We cover some of the most popular chart patterns and explain some of the most common indicators that guide technical analysts.
Identifying stock chart patterns in financial markets is a key element as part of your technical analysis. Discover the most essential stock chart patterns.
Technical trading strategies can be used as part of your spread betting and CFD trading decisions. We explore 5 key techniques through diagrams and examples here.
See how you use candlestick charts to track prices in all financial markets. Find out why candlestick trading is a prevalent method of price representation.
Forex candlestick patterns are a form of charting analysis used by traders to identify potential trading opportunities based on historical price data.
Trendlines are used in technical analysis to define an uptrend or downtrend. Learn more about forex trendlines here.
Trend recognition is a critical factor in the success of any trading plan. Many investing strategies seek to profit from trending markets. Learn more about trend recognition here.
These articles cover fundamental analysis strategies and best practises. This type of analysis focuses on external events that may have an effect on the financial markets, such as economic indicators and company fundamentals.
An important aspect of fundamental analysis, P/E ratios help to indicate whether a company's stock is a good investment. Learn how to calculate P/E ratios.
Find guides here to improve your knowledge on specific asset classes including stocks, ETFs, commodities, indices and treasuries. To find out more about currencies, visit our forex library of articles.
Penny stocks often have a low share price, which gives a higher scope for breakouts and growth. Find out how to trade penny stocks or penny shares.
Learn the basics of swing trading in the share market and gain valuable insights into five of the most popular swing trading techniques and strategies for stocks.
Equity trading is the buying and selling of company shares or stocks on the financial market. Find out how to trade equities.
Read our complete guide to oil trading, including how to become an oil trader and the best tips for trading crude oil.
Coffee is a popularly traded soft commodity. Discover how to trade coffee Arabica and Robusta online via CFDs.
Grains markets can be notoriously volatile offering high risk/reward opportunities for traders. Discover the best tips for trading grains.
A commodity is a physical good that can be bought or sold on the commodity market either through futures contracts, or as a physical asset, via an exchange.