Posts Tagged ‘market factors’

PostHeaderIcon Commodities And Market Movement

In the trading arena, there are many methods people try to consider in order to determine the market’s next possible movement. An accurate prediction can help traders gain an advantage by making the right decisions for profit and gains. But predicting the markets can be quite an elusive challenge for many people. One reason is that you cannot just have control over the different factors that may govern market

PostHeaderIcon Types Of Trading Environments

Traders experience different trading environments in the market. A market environment may change according to certain events and factors happening inside or outside of the market. A certain market environment may also affect how traders operate. Identifying and knowing these different trading environments may also help you have a better grasp of what may likely be happening in the market and possibly make your tra

PostHeaderIcon The Problem With Predicting The Markets

Traders tend to try and predict the market in order to determine what their next move will be. But always relying on such predictions may not be as dependable. There is always a problem with regards to trying to predict the market. Here are some of the reasons why. The future is bound to be uncertain. No matter how good a trader may be in analyzing situations, future events still usually move in an unpredictable ma

PostHeaderIcon Five Stages of a Bubble

A financial bubble can be a market situation that many traders and investors may not readily recognize only until its too late. The many potential for profit in bubbles can sometimes be enough to keep many people from looking at the volatile situation from a realistic perception. But it is not entirely impossible not to recognize a potential market bubble whenever it happens. Theory Of Financial Instability An econ