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You might have no experience of trading and while some of you are looking for ways to improve your trading strategies. In both situations, our trading education library offers a multitude of different articles to suit most traders. Learn to trade with us!

In our first set of articles, we cover what you need to know about Forex trading and trading risk management, the risk-reward ratio, what a trend following strategy is, and how you can trade Forex and CFDs trends using pullbacks and breakouts.

We also cover major trading patterns such as the Head and Shoulders, the rectangle, flag, and descending and ascending triangle.

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Video: Why did Crude Oil Prices Collapse on April 20, 2020?

For the first time in its history, the CME crude oil future turned worthless as holders of crude oil futures had to pay to get rid of their positions.

How can something that brings value to people, trade at negative levels?

Watch our video to find out why oil prices crashed on April 20th and what we can expect to happen next.

Topics covered:

What caused the oil price to crash?
Could it have been predicted?
How storage facilities affected the price?
What happens when an asset trades negatively?
What can we expect going forward?

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Video: Similarities Between SARS and Coronavirus Crisis for Traders

In this recording of a live webinar, InvestingCube’s Chief Editor, Alejandro Zambrano, looks at the SARS epidemic and the current Coronavirus 2019-nCoV breakout. The SARS epidemic happened in 2003 and had a profound effect on the Hong Kong, Japanese, and Shanghai stock exchanges, as the number of confirmed cases soared...

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What is a Range Bound Trading Strategy?

Using a range bound trading strategy is another way to trade. Financial market prices tend to either trend or be range bound, or a state between range bound and trending. Knowing how to trade both types of markets can be advantageous. A range bound trading strategy is based on the [...]
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What You Need to Know About Trading Risk Management

Thorough and stringent guidelines for trading risk management are necessary, without which even the best trading strategy can fail. In fact, if a professional trader is asked to trade without managing his risks, there are high chances that he would incur a substantial loss. Trade risk management is an essential [...]

Trend Following Strategy Using Pullbacks

The next trend following strategy involves trading pullbacks and using the Fibonacci retracement tool and the Relative strength index (RSI) to pinpoint reversal levels. A period setting of 14 is recommended for the RSI. Every trend will experience short-term setbacks when the price trades against the main trend, and the [...]

Trend Following Strategy Using Breakouts

A trend following strategy using breakouts tries to catch a new trend as soon as possible, riding it until it is confirmed that the trend is about to reverse.  Thus, the essence of trend following strategies is always to “stay inside a trend”. However, for those of us who have [...]

What is a Trend Following Strategy?

Almost all financial markets will trend and taking advantage of these trends is a popular way of trading Forex. The general idea behind a trend following strategy is that once a while every financial market will produce a very strong bias. The reason for the trend is typically a fundamental [...]

How to Calculate Risk Reward Ratio

The ratio between a particular trade’s potential profit and its potential loss is known as the risk reward ratio of a trade. For instance, in a trade setup with a 50-pips stop-loss and a 50-pips-take-profits, the risk to reward is said to be 1. Alternatively, if the trade setup has [...]