Day Trading Basics

Day Trading Salary – How much money can you really make?

Please take the time to watch this video in its entirety. What you will notice is that I break down how much you can make based on trading for (1) a company, (2) prop firm and (3) yourself. Many of you reading this article are considering striking out on your own. After watching the video, read through the detailed write-up1 Read the full article >

Investment Articles

How to Make Money with your Own Motif

Motif investing has become the new talk of the town especially for investors who are used to active investing. Motif investing has made it easy for investors with little upfront fees and minimal deposit amounts to start building their own theme based portfolio. The popularity of motif investing comes from the fact that it brings full flexibility for investors when1 Read the full article >

Investment Articles

How to Create a Motif?

Most investors are often used to the concept of passive investing as it is quite simple and doesn't require too much of the investor's time. One of the best examples of passive investing is index funds where investors can hold indirectly the portfolio of securities tracking the broader market. Passive investing can be called a buy and hold approach and1 Read the full article >

Futures

Do Higher Coffee Futures Prices Hurt Starbucks Stock Price?

When the price of coffee futures fell more than half from the peaks of $137 in August 2015, the benefits of lower coffee prices were passed on by most of the merchants. Starbucks was however the exception, as the company back in 2015 was reported to have hiked the prices of coffee. While Starbucks did not have much of competition1 Read the full article >

Futures

What are the Best Copper ETFs?

Exchange traded funds or ETFs remain at the forefront of investing community as the products continue to make inroads into all types of portfolios and trading styles and sizes. Thus, investors at different levels have often embraced ETF products due to the transparency, the cost efficiency benefits and the product structure. As ETFs continues to evolve, the products have become1 Read the full article >

Futures

How to Scale out of Winning E-Mini Positions

Scaling in trading is a concept that is associated with adding to or subtracting from a trade. Scaling ensures that traders can effectively and wisely use their trading capital. Based on the number of contracts used to trade, professional traders can scale into a position as well as scale out, especially when the trades are turning profitable. Position scaling as1 Read the full article >