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Day Trading for Dummies: Everything You Need to Get Started

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The more prepared for the world of financial trading, the more successful. For anyone who is unfamiliar with day trading, you can expand your knowledge by researching strategies for securities you want to trade. Experienced traders are some of the best people to ask when it comes to learning the ropes of trading. Learning terms is helpful just go here day trading for dummies list.

  • PC with extra monitors: Most professional day traders operate on multiple screens.
  • Second PC for backup: Minimize issues by having access to your broker's account on your mobile device, tablet, or another laptop.
  • Broker Account: Brokers offer lower rates, and real-time data, for volume traders.

Things to Know 

  • Fibonacci Series: The Fibonacci sequence is a list of numbers in which each is the sum of the two numbers before it. The list stretches into infinity but shows up throughout nature. Many day traders believe they can find profitable trades by following the Fibonacci sequence on charts.
  • Pattern Day Trader: Pattern day traders must have $25,000 in a margin account to cover day trades according to regulations.
  • Technical Analysis: Day traders look for patterns in recent price/volume changes to determine the chance of a stock going up or down. 

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