Day trading really comes down to getting into a good and steady rhythm. Your specific trading style is what makes your market experience different from other traders. The Apiary Fund is the brokerage company I have gotten all my education and experience through, and they want their trading community to be comfortable and confident in their day trading setups. With that being said, as I list some of the most common day trading setups, you need to look for the setup that fits best with your trading style in order to have forex success.
Demo accounts are being broadly used nowadays throughout the Forex industry. They're popular because they're easy to use and often free. Typically, when you partner with a brokerage company, you will receive a demo account already active and ready to go. I always suggest finding a demo account through a brokerage company so you can have access to trading education, advice and guidance.
Previously, one thing we looked at was Picking a Favorite Market to Trade. When you are looking at trading, there are a lot of things to consider and one of them is what you are going to trade. A lot of traders have a currency or pair that they identify with. Shawn Lucas, for example, is a EUR/USD trader. This is actually the pair that most traders connect with in the world. Looking at the pairs everyone trades, including the EUR/USD, there are lesser known pairs that don’t get attention but are still great for trading. So, here are a few different currency pairs that can be tried in trading.
Day trading often has a bad reputation due to the pattern day trading rule primarily seen in stocks. This rule makes it so that traders cannot open and close a trade more than four times in a five day period if the account is margined. This rule can be circumvented if you have an account size over 25K, or if you trade in a different market like FOREX. So, since most people reading this are trading FOREX or looking to get into the currency market, here, Apiary Fund will review a few day trading tips to get you along while trading in the currency markets.