Learn Order Flow Trading

Learn Order Flow Trading

  Learn Order Flow Trading Learn Order Flow Trading at the Order Flow Trading Academy with our comprehensive program!   You’ll learn the Order Flow Mindset and other unique insights including: How and why the market behaves the way it does.We cut through all the nonsense and explain precisely what you need to know to understand why prices really change. How to find ALL the existing orders. Once you understand price change dynamics, the next step is to locate where the orders are located. Using graphic examples, you will discover how to extract order flow information from a wide range of sources. How to predict when and where new orders will enter the market. For prices to change, NEW orders need to come into the market that upset the delicate balance keeping prices where they are.You will learn the simple tricks for predicting when and where those orders will enter the market and - more importantly - learn how to use that information to predict...
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How to Create a Portfolio in Excel

How to Create a Portfolio in Excel

Spreadsheet basics for efficient portfolio construction In the previous article, we introduced the concept of portfolio trading as a way to diversify your funds away from the day to day noise and stress of active trading. We also covered the basics on how to formulate your objectives and your initial asset allocation. In this article, we will take the discussion a step further and illustrate how to create an efficient portfolio using Microsoft Excel. (more…)...
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Introduction to Portfolio Investing

Introduction to Portfolio Investing

Tired of trying to time the market? Can Portfolio Investing be Fun? Investors, whether they are individuals or institutions, may choose to hold “portfolios”, which is a fancy name that means “a collection of various securities”. Much of the innovation in investment research over the past 40 years (since Harry Markowitz presented his dissertation) has been the development of a theory of portfolio management. The question it attempts to answer is, “What rate of return will you demand in order to hold a risky security in your portfolio?” To answer this question, we first must consider what type of investor you are (what objectives you have), how to define return, and how to define risk. (more…)...
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