Do you want to be a day trader but do not know where to start? Do you wonder what tools you will need? Do you wonder if you have what it takes to become a day trader? In this blog, we will cover the most important things you will need to know in order to become a successful day trader. ) Day Trading Funds In order to day trade, you need to set aside some money that you are willing to risk losing. Make sure that you are not using scared money to trade as you cannot ensure that you will...

Everything in our lives is based on rules. Think about it for a minute. Remember being a kid? Think about some rules your parents were diligent at enforcing. Think about your time at school, your time at university, your job, your city, etc. I bet you can think of many rules in place in each of those settings, but do you ever wonder why there are so many rules? Imagine your workplace without any rules. Would you wake up and get yourself to your job for 8:00AM? Would you finish a report on time? Now think about an entire society...

Can Blockchain Technology Really Solve The Problems Faced By The Cannabis Industry? For sure, anything related to technology may seem too complex for the ordinary person. Despite having a somewhat complex name, blockchain technology is quite easy to understand. I’m just an ordinary person like you and me, yet I was able to perform research on blockchain technology, and let me tell you, it’s quite impressive. If you have been following cryptocurrency over the last few years, you may have already come across the term “blockchain.” If you’re not a tech expert like me, then you would have relied on Google for...

The first step in short selling is for a day trader to advise their broker that they wish to borrow a certain number of shares in a stock. In most situations, a broker will lend those shares. The day trader will in turn almost immediately sell those shares and then very carefully begin to monitor their screens. To be successful in short selling, the day trader must purchase back those shares at a lower price than they were sold for. For example, a day trader borrows 500 shares of Apple Inc. (ticker: AAPL) from their broker. They immediately sell them at...