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Forex trading lessons

Forex trading lessons
Long trades
In a long trade day, traders buy an asset and wait to sell when the price rises. They use interchangeable terms “buy” and “long.” Some trading software has a trade entry option “buy,” while others have a trade entry option as “long.” The term is often used to refer to an open position, such as “I am a tall Apple,” indicating that the trader currently owns Apple Inc shares.
Short trades
The shortage of a stock is confusing most new traders because, in the real world, traders buy something to sell it. In short trades, traders sell assets before buying them and hope that the price will go down. They make a profit if the price they pay is less than the price they sell. In the financial markets, you can sell and then buy, or buy and then sell. Day traders use interchangeable terms “sell” and “short.” Some trading software has the trade entry options “sell,” while others have the trade entry option “short.”    
Swing trading
Swing trading is the selling and buying of currencies on a multi-session basis. The swing trading method’s unique feature is that open positions are held at least one session or close. Swing trading usually lasts from two to six days, but it can be prolonged to various weeks. Swing trading is a popular perspective on trading, forex, agricultural futures, and engaging equities. Swing traders rely more on fundamental analysis than intraday traders.
Intraday trading
Intraday trading takes place in a single session on short time frames. Traders manage open positions in hours, minutes, and seconds to take advantage of rapid price fluctuations. Most intraday trading systems are involved in technical analysis. The market that offers considerable depth and liquidity is the best for intraday trading. Intraday strategies rely on understanding small profits while repeatedly taking limited risks to generate profits.