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Long Term Trading Strategies

Long-term trading, majorly known as Position trading is a risky investing style where a trader is more engaged in longer-term price movements in the market. Position traders usually take only a handful of notable positions over a year. A position trader explores opportunities that can last from a few months to a year or longer.
Since these types of trades last for a more extended period, the position trading strategy demands in-depth knowledge of fundamental factors that can affect prices over the long term. Traders should know technical timing models to be capable of getting in and out of positions at the most favorable times within the longer market cycle.

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Intraday Strategies

Breakout Stocks Intraday Trading Strategy – Learn Stock Trading

What's the breakout buying and selling strategy? The escape approach moves beneath any guide or above any resistance. Price breakout from First help and resistance...

Pullback Stocks Intraday Trading Strategy – Learn Stock Trading

Pullback The price action against the tendency is known as a pullback. The pullback is a temporary price action before it returns to the market....

Derivatives & Algorithmic Strategies

Short Strangle Derivative trading Strategy – Learn Stock Trading

The short strangle options trading method is an exquisite approach to be deployed when the investor is awaiting little to no volatility inside the...

Long Strangle Derivative trading Strategy – Learn Stock Trading

Long strangle is an alternative trading approach that includes shopping for an out-of-the-cash call alternative and an out-of-the-money positioned choice, both with the same...