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πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ Have you ever experienced not being 100% certain whether what you see in your chart is a clear trend?

Make sure you (re)watch this webinar and learn how to identify a trend! Suitable for traders with little or no experience.

#HowToTrade - @Admirals
You might be already familiar with what slippage is. But if you're a beginner, you might need some clarification. ⚑️

To put it simply, slippage happens when you place a market order at one price, but while you do that (in those milliseconds), the price has changed, and you end up paying more - or less - than you initially calculated.

How can you avoid negative slippage?

To eliminate the slippage effect or reduce its consequences, you can work with the limit orders instead of market orders. A limit order is only executed up to the price you previously specified as a limit. Therefore, in the best-case scenario, your order will be executed at a better price. Worst case scenario, you avoid paying a worse price.

However, you have to carefully consider if limit orders are suitable to your trading strategy. You might miss some trading opportunities because you do not get your desired price, and thus the position is not opened.
Have you ever thought of your retirement? Or, perhaps, buying a house? Maybe you want to save for your children’s education? For all of these goals, long-term investing is a suitable solution!

❓ What is long-term investing?
It should have a time horizon and capital. In other words – how long will you be doing that, for what (objective) and with what amount of money
It is also crucial to know your limits before you start investing in the long term!

πŸ’‘ There’s also an alternative – the 50/30/20 rule!
50% of your net monthly income should be used to cover your primary needs – groceries, rent, transportation, insurance, bills, etc.
30% will go to expenses of personal choice or whims – things without which you can live, e.g. dining out, memberships, clothes, entertainment like cinema or subscription to streamings
And the remaining 20% will be used to achieve your financial objectives, namely savings and investment!

This way, all you need to do is understand how much exactly your 20% will be
You closed your trades in green. πŸ’š (Well done! πŸ‘) And now it’s time to collect. Withdrawing your funds from Admirals Trader’s Room is a smooth and seamless process πŸ’Έ

Save this video tutorial with a step-by-step guide and watch it again when you need it. ⚑️

Your options of payment systems will, of course, depend on your country and regulations.
πŸ“Š With the new Omicron Covid variant, global indices suffered their biggest one-day drops this year. What will be in focus this week?


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New podcast episode! Discussing US NFP & PMI release, global #stock market sell-off and levels to watch in S&P 500 🧐

…or find it anywhere you get your podcasts! 🎧

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🌳 As the governments around the world focus on transitioning to greener energy sources, demand for hydrogen tech is set to grow at its fastest rate!

Read about 5 hydrogen stocks to watch this year πŸ‘‡

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πŸ“’ Attend trading webinars with Admirals!

πŸ”ΉHow to trade around Xmas this year
w/ Jens Klatt
Wed 01.12 | 14:00

πŸ”ΉScalping GBP on the 1 Minute Chart
w/ Paul Wallace
Fri 03.12| 14:00

πŸ”Ή Live Trading: Morning Briefing Show
w/ Markus Gabel
Mon-Fri | 07:30

Register now for FREE πŸ‘‰

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All eyes are on the OPEC meeting today πŸ’₯

Earlier, the fear of high prices in fossil fuels caused the US πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ and China πŸ‡¨πŸ‡³ to unite in asking OPEC to take measures. However, the new Covid variant has changed this plan radically!

Read this analysis of what’s happening with the price of a barrel of Brent and other possible scenarios on our website πŸ‘‡

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If you do not fancy making trading your full-time job but still wish to trade like an experienced trader, then Copy Trading might be for you! πŸ’₯

πŸ‘‰ With Admirals Copy Trading, you can automatically copy top-performing traders, instantly replicating their trades in your portfolio. In addition, we've made it easy and intuitive to follow the winners - see every provider's win ratio, profit chart, average ROI, and other data in their profile.

Set your preferred stop loss, take profit, and copy ratio limits, so you never have to worry.

➑️ Learn more here:

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⏳ New webinar starts in 3 hours!

Why scalp the #GBP? πŸ’·

Register now if you want to watch it live πŸ‘‡

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How about a beautiful view of Tallinn right from your home?

Our 24/7 HQ View Livestream is here for you 😍
From the rooftop of our Headquarters, you can see the historic centre of Tallinn and, honestly, you never get tired of it!

You can use it as a background or if you need some inspiration today! ⚑️


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What kind of trader are you?
Anonymous Poll
Day trader
Swing trader
Long term trader
Think of a straight line, long term trading, with its monthly and even yearly positions - that would be on the right side of the chart. While scalping, where positions last as short as a few minutes, would be on the left side. There are also day traders, who are more to the right from the scalpers, as they hold positions for hours, but never over the end of the trading day.

And the swing traders would fall right between the day traders and the long term traders πŸ‘Œ

Swing trading is a trading style when you trade in a time frame that spans several days or weeks. The most used charts with this style of trading would be H4 and D1 – four hourly charts and daily charts πŸ”₯

Of course, each approach has its own pros and cons. For example, scalping requires a lot of time from your side, extreme discipline and potentially may have high transaction costs due to many trades. πŸ‘€ However - on the brighter side - you can see results of your work relatively quickly, as you trade on small price movements!

With swing trading, the most significant advantages are that it requires much less time from your side, and you can trade on bigger trends, like weekly or monthly. And the risks are the accumulation of swap costs, which are not an issue for day traders or scalpers, and, of course, the fundamental risk of economic and political events happening during the weekend, which could interrupt a trend. 😬

Also, there are many indicators for swing traders, which definitely might be very helpful!

See examples of swing trading on our website:

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