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Why You Need to Trust the Process.

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 12, 2019 6:00:00 AM / by Brigette Dumas posted in Apiary Fund, trading goals, education, progress

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First of all, being a beginner in the big world of foreign exchange can be slightly overwhelming and extremely frustrating. But to make it through this often trying journey, you need to follow and trust the process because becoming successful in the market requires time, patience and a lot of experience. “Irrationality has a lot to do with fear.”

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Why Are The Markets Called Bearish and Bullish?

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 7, 2019 6:05:00 AM / by Brigette Dumas posted in Apiary Fund, currency market, market events, bearish, bullish

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The terms Bearish and Bullish are often the terms used to describe general actions and positions, either of an individual asset or of the market as a whole. Bear and bull markets have been named after how each animal attacks its prey. A bull typically attacks with its horns swiping upwards and a bear attacks with its claws swiping downwards. To give you a better understanding of what bearish and bullish means, I’ll start by saying that a bear market refers to a decline in prices, usually for a few months, in an asset or single security, group of security, or market as a whole. In whole, a bull represents when the market prices are rising.

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Short-Term vs Long-Term Trading

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 26, 2019 6:01:00 AM / by Brigette Dumas posted in Apiary Fund, trading tips, long-term trading, short-term trading

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Useful Advice from Top Traders

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 17, 2019 6:04:00 AM / by Brigette Dumas posted in Apiary Fund

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Every trader makes their career successful in their own way and by getting plenty of practice and exposure in the markets with a little guidance along the way from those that have started at the bottom as a beginner and climbed their way to the top. A very successful trader, Paul Tudor Jones says:

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What You Can Learn by Trading in a Group

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 16, 2019 6:02:00 AM / by Brigette Dumas posted in Apiary Fund, learn to trade, trading goals, networking, group trading

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I’m going to discuss trading in groups and why this can be beneficial for your journey when trading Forex. Trading in a group setting can benefit you in many ways by having other people around that are going through the same Forex process journey as you are, because not only can it be comforting because they know how you are feeling, it also just feels good to know you’re not alone in times of distress.

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How to Spot Unfavorable Market Conditions

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 8, 2019 6:02:00 AM / by Lukas MacMacKen posted in Entering and Exiting Trades, Trader Development, Apiary Fund, Investing Skills

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The markets are an ever-changing depiction of a country's strength against another. As the strength of a currency rises and falls, some traders will prosper while others will lose their profits previously gained. While these changes will at times be unfavorable for a country, they can also be unfavorable for a trader. Depending on your trading style, what is “unfavorable” will change. This is one reason Apiary Fund teaches a variety of styles: so that when it's unfavorable for your trading, you can try a different setup and hope to make profits from that.

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The Importance of Backtesting in Trading

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 31, 2019 6:01:00 AM / by Lukas MacMacKen posted in Apiary Fund, Trading Strategy, Trader Tips, backtesting

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With all the difficulties that a new strategy can pose and the ever fluctuating markets in the foreign exchange market, backtesting a strategy when you start a new one or when looking at a new pair is important. You don’t want to have the win to loss ratio ratio or the best take profit and stop loss range for a pair with your specific strategy present itself only after you have entered a trade and had it run its course. Backtesting a strategy on a pair gives the ability to best suit your trading, this is the primary reason Apiary Fund puts such high stress on the idea of backtesting. Backtesting gives the opportunity to help a strategy grow and find ideal profits for your trading.

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How Time-Consuming Is Trading?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 27, 2019 6:05:00 AM / by Brigette Dumas posted in Apiary Fund, trading tips, trading goals, time management

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The Forex market is rapidly growing in popularity because the Forex market is accessed easily with the potential and opportunity to make money wherever you are all over the world, and that is very attractive to a lot of hopeful traders! The time-consuming days really depend on the trader and what they as individuals are willing to allow to dedicate towards achieving success. Even expert traders who have been trading for years still dedicate a significant amount of time utilizing their Forex trading school, practicing in their demo account browse trading education online, consistently practice trading strategies and market trends.

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Picking a Favorite Market to Trade

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 24, 2019 6:02:00 AM / by Lukas MacMacKen posted in Trader Development, Apiary Fund, currency market, pairs

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Everyone has that one pair. The first one they look at when they look at their platform for the day. The last pair you look at before signing off for the day. Or, if you only trade one pair, it is that pair. Everyone, whether they realize it or not, has a favorite pair. The favorite pair you have may just happen to be the only pair you’ve traded or one of the few pairs you’ve traded and was the most profitable. No matter how your favorite pair came to be or what it means for your trading, sometimes a little change can do a trader some good, especially when your trading maya be in a slight funk. While Apiary Fund has 29 pairs to choose from, looking at them all can be overwhelming, so having a favorite, or favorite few, can be beneficial.

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What Are Non-Farm Payrolls?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 20, 2019 6:07:00 AM / by Lukas MacMacKen posted in Apiary Fund, Non-Farm, market events, volatility

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Asides from the FOMC interest rate and rate statements, Non-Farm payroll is one of the most sought-after trading announcements. This announcement details the amount of people employed in all the non farming job sectors. The breakdown goes down to the detail about people employed in retail vs mechanics, vs medical, etc. While most traders do not care so much about the breakdown by industry, the amount of people employed is a major mover in the FOREX market. This is one of the reasons you will see the Non-Farm announcement traded at the Apiary Fund.

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