Day trading refers to the shortest time-frame used in trading. Trades may last a few minutes to a few hours.

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Day Trading vs. Swing Trading: What's the Difference?
How to Become a Day Trader
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10 Steps to Becoming a Day Trader
Day Trading Schools and Courses
Day Traders: Retail vs. Prop Trading Accounts
What Is Scalping?
The Perfect Moving Averages for Day Trading
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Activities to Take Advantage of in Pre-Market and After-Hours Trading
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Spread-to-Pip Potential: Which Pairs Are Worth Day Trading?
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The Right Way to Set Up Your Trading Screens
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Top Day Trading Instruments
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How to Tackle Intraday Volume
5 Must-Watch Films and Documentaries for Day Traders
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Why Day Trade Futures Over Stocks?
Only Take a Trade If It Passes This 5-Step Test
Introduction to Trading: Scalpers
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What to Know About Day Trading as a Beginner
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Day-Trading Gold ETFs: Top Tips
Introduction to Guerrilla Trading
8 Factors That Affect Daily Trades
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Best Undergraduate Degrees for Day Traders
Guerrilla Trading Definition
What Is the Two-Hour-a-Day Trading Plan?
What Is Online Trading Academy?