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Glossary

  • Trading signals: let's order

    Today we will analyze the price movement that distinguishes every financial instrument. All this to give us the opportunity to predict more reliably the trend of the market on which we intend to invest.

     
  • What is Fibonacci Code Trading? Take advantage of the magic series!

    fibonacci trading

    That economic trends are predictable through the analysis of numerical series is a matter of study and experimentation by many. If you are an experienced trader, you will have had to deal with the analysis of various metrics and trends: one of the most exciting theoretical models, also because it relates to one of the "mysteries" of nature, is the one that reconnects online trading with Fibonacci.

Platforms

  • Visual trader: software for technical analysis of the Directa platform

    Visual Trader is a technical analysis software, which allows Direct traders to use real-time charts and trading systems. You can back test to see if the data of the indicators on the graph false alarms are or not, is active the alarm system: with which you can put alarms for all assets, the signaling arrives when the condition occurs.

Strategies

  • Bollinger Bands: A strategy for binary options

    image of a chart of bollinger bandsThe use of Bollinger + RSI's band-based strategy (hereafter John Bollinger) gives us the opportunity to invest in options with daily maturities (remember that binary options allow us to earn up to 85% of the invested capital).

Glossary

Gann Angles: what are we talking about?

gann angles are really important for a complete tecnical analysis

Online trading is a fascinating world. The reason why more and more people are trying to make money in this world is because at first glance it seems easier than other methods.

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).