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  • Macd indicator: here's how and where to use it

    The Macd (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence) is an indicator designed by Gerald Appel. This is a delayed indicator, convergence divergence of moving averages, as it is constructed with moving averages; for the same reason its use is more indicated in trend phases.

Strategies

  • Call and put options: to earn even downward

    Let's start immediately with a nice definition. In financial jargon, the option is an asymmetric derivative instrument which, in simple terms, translates into a contract with a non-binding clause to buy or sell the security on which the option has been subscribed. The security in question - which may be a share, a pair of currencies, a commodity or another financial product - is called an "underlying instrument" and can be subject to a call or put option (also known as a put and call option).

Glossary

Cfd trading: useful tools

CFDs are Contracts for Difference, instruments used to move the prices of shares, government securities, indices, etc., in the market. CFDs are used at precise times in the market. For example, if you think that certain actions, in an already bullish context, could rise even more level, it's time to buy.

Strategies

Bull Spread and Bear Spread: what to do when the market is unstable

Continue our journey around some of the best known advanced trading strategies. In this case, we will analyze Bull Spread, a technique that is usually used if you have the feeling that the market is taking on bullish traits.

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