Live recording: The three Ds for traders are DAX, Dow, day trading – how and when traders use the triple D optimally | message
The stock indices DAX and DOW are among the most traded stocks worldwide! No wonder, as they serve as an indicator of the German and US stock market sentiment and are highly liquid and therefore very easy to trade for active traders. But day trading is about much more than just guessing which way a stock or index might go and then hoping that it does.
In the trading seminar, Jens Klatt interesting insights into the trading of DAX and Dow, highlighted possible correlations, showed trading in rising and falling markets and explained the order costs for active traders. Trading hours, risk management and the leverage effect of CFDs also played a role.
Did you miss the online seminar? That’s no problem at all, you can watch the recording here! .
Jens Klatt showed you in the trading seminar, how you can get the most out of day trading. Traders can look at trade management strategies or scale out a winning position to get back their initial risk investment in the trade. At the same time, this offers the possibility of getting out of a profitable position at increasingly favorable prices.
In contrast to classic buy-and-hold investors, day traders, as soon as they have bought a position in the market, constantly deal with the price movements of the respective underlying asset in order to be able to react to every small change. Accordingly, trading within the day requires a lot of concentration, strong nerves and of course time. Because as a day trader, in order to realize quick profits or limit escalating losses, you have to make irrevocable decisions within the shortest possible time, which have a direct effect on personal profit.
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Jens Klatt is a day trader and author of trading books. The Berliner has been in trading for more than 10 years and works for Admiral Markets among others in multiple podcasts (Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, etc.) and watch and hear webinars on trading, risk management, long & short trading and investment.
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