When you're just starting out trading, there are a lot of things to consider. While trading is not the easiest thing to start up with, it's also not the most difficult. Either way, knowing what you're getting into and how to deal with everything that will come up in trading is important. Apiary Fund goes over the basics of trading throughout the Beeline to Funding program, as well in a lot of the additional classes that are taught. Here are some prime examples of information traders should look into and learn as they start out trading.
Hello, by reading this, I think it’s safe to assume you’re looking into trading and want to get more information on what that might look like in your daily life. I’m going to explain how I’ve managed to balance both my personal life and life as a day trader. I’ve expressed already in previous blogs the reasons I love trading, and how it works so well with my life. But, if you haven’t read any of those reasons yet, I’ll briefly explain. I love that I can choose my own hours, I love how mobile the market is and I love being able to be my own boss. The market will always be around, so there’s no chance of me getting laid off! I’m sure you have some of your own reasons as well to look into trading.
Trading stock and making money in the process can be a real task. To make a nice profit in stock exchange trading, you’ll want to familiarize yourself with key terms and stock market jargon and as much general information as possible from other traders. With these useful tidbits in your pocket, the work of building a strong trading strategy should be more manageable. The better prepared you are for situations that will occur, the better you’ll get at protecting your trading investments over time.
The Apiary Fund has a major milestone approaching: the advancement of our 100th funded trader! As more and more of our traders advance to funded accounts, we at the Apiary Fund want to let all of our friends and traders know how much we appreciate their hard work! But we want to emphasize that Level 1 funding is not the end goal!