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    Scalping, a subset of day trading used by experienced traders, involves quick moves ...
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    A look at how scalping strategy is different from a swing trading strategy.
  1. Adjusting Holding Periods To Market Cycles (AAPL, ...

    Holding periods should be established after analysis of market cycles, to determine ...
  2. Why There's No Such Thing As A Stock 'Free Ride'

    If you're not familiar with freeriding and you're trading stocks, you should be. ...
  3. How To Best Analyze Relative Strength

    Relative strength indicators measure performance between similar instruments, uncovering ...
  1. How do day traders capture profits from the difference between bid and ask prices?

    Discover how day traders capture profits from the difference between bid and ask spreads. These spreads blow out during volatile ...
  2. Is scalping a viable forex trading strategy?

    Scalping in the forex market involves trading currencies based on a set of real-time analysis. The purpose of scalping is ...
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