After the success of the Cardano Summit last month, Charles Hoskinson is enjoying some hard-earned R & R: tending to the cabbage patch, building his butterfly collection, and knitting some sexy new ponchos for the year ahead. Some things you just can’t un-see. But innovation never sleeps. And meanwhile, development on the Cardano network continues to grow at an incredible rate, leaving the ADA bears nothing to do but go back into the woods and lick their wounds. So, with Cardano smart contracts now finally up and running, the race to launch the number one DEX on the network is truly underway. In this video, we’ll be taking a look at one of the leading contenders, Adax, a DEX and liquidity protocol that could raise the bar for DeFi on one of the most impressive blockchains around
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Indicators, Oscillators and Real-Time E-Mini Trading
I trade a variety of contracts on a daily basis, and use a program that allows me to detect when professional traders are dominating the E-mini trading and when retail traders are trading. Obviously, it’s important to stay in a trade when the professionals are pushing the market in one direction; on the other hand, I try to avoid trades where successive retail trading bars are indicated. Why? Large traders are always in control of the market.Most Novice E-Mini Traders Don’t Care to Learn to Trade – They’re Interested in Making Money
The institutional trading firm where I worked spent several years and tens of thousands of dollars teaching me to trade. Many of the new traders I come across are motivated by over-hyped claims of fast money and untold riches. Several weeks ago, I had a potential e-mini trader ask me if “he would make enough money in the first year to buy a Porsche.” I told him the probability of that happening was very low, and he replied that “he would find a teacher with a higher upside.”Nadex Spread Options: Low Risk Trading With Great Profit Potential
Many short term traders have never even considered trading options due to their long expiration times. However, with Nadex Spread Options, this is quickly changing. The Nadex Spread is based on support and resistance trading.How Regulation Is Changing Binary Options Trading
Financial regulation has come to binary options brokers in Cyprus, leaving many traders outside the Eurozone with limited choices. Here is how securities regulation is changing the market for retail day traders of European-style fixed return contracts.Trade on Facts, Not on Hope
Most traders lose and go bust because they trade based on hope and fear. Knowledge is key to winning at trading. When you trade based on knowledge, you will know when to enter and exit and act accordingly.Top Ten Reasons That Daytraders Fail
Traders fail for many reasons, but few fail because of the markets or the timeframes or the indicators. Most traders fail because of their psychological approach to trading. Most new traders fail to become successful at trading for the same ten reasons. By being aware of these psychological traps, you can avoid them.Calming the Mind Using Binary Options
That which unfolds within a trader’s brain will either make or break the success of becoming a consistently good trader. Although a trader may hear the numerous adages regarding the psychological impact on trading or even seek counseling, seldom does the trader effectively conquer these issues. Since trading attracts highly intellectual individuals, failure is obviously not due to a lack of intellect. Instead, with successful traders, it is the accumulation of experiences trading live markets; the developing abilities to multi-task under extreme conditions while their subconscious constantly guards to protect exposure from unforeseen market conditions. This is a double-edged sword setting up many for failure; yet without the experiences of real live trading then the psychological issues cannot be overcome.Identifying What Type of Learner You Are to Improve Your Trading
Quite often as beginning traders, we forget the learning process that we endured in order to achieve our status in our current career path. And, as we are older now, our learning process is quite different than we were in high school, which even complicates the learning process even more. In high school, we were at a beginner’s level, progressed to a college level and, more than likely, proceeded to the mastery level in our chosen field. Then for whatever reason, we choose to embark on a new career. Thus, we begin at the beginner’s level, again, after having achieved a mastery level in our other field, which makes the learning process even more difficult.Trading in the Equity Market for Beginners
A stock exchange (Market) or equity market is the conglomeration of purchasers and vendors of stocks (likewise called shares); these may incorporate securities listed on a stock exchange as well as those only traded privately. Exchanging (Tarding) stocks can be exceptionally productive or painfully unprofitable. Numerous traders can make a couple of hundred to a couple of hundred thousand dollars a year – relying upon the trader’s competence, and the system used to trade.Quantifying Market Inefficiency or Behaviour Beyond Randomness
So what is an algorithmic/quant trading system? When we day trade we have three things to every positions; entry price, stop price and target price. What determines each of these factors is a human decision based on an estimation that our entry will make a profit. Some traders have a set plan, other trade from there gut, but regardless of trading style each entry either consciously or subconsciously is based on definite rules. We are aiming to model this market behaviour and quantify it into a series of rules. Whether you are working on technical analysis, fundamental news or price action we aim to breakdown your entries into a series of rules which can then be tested against past data or data on various markets.