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Your ideas will control the results in trading




It is you who will be the reason behind all kinds of results. The trades will have to be sorted out in the right ways. Thinking about some good quality performance will have to be there. All of the trades will have to come with the most proper setting. In the system of some good quality trading, the trades will have to sort out the best possible control. Then the management of the trading money is important too.

We will have to start from the input into the account. It cannot be too much for the traders to get excited. From the simple investment like about a $1000, there will be a good performance in the business. Even simpler, the cent account can be good for the novice traders to start with. Most of the expert level of traders happen to work with simplicity for something to learn about. With the most proper thinking, there will be a good setting of the demo trading in the learning process for all of the trades.

Losses come from greed

There will be only losses when you will lose control over the trades. It is necessary for the most us to take some simple form of trading into account. With some right kind of management over all of the trades, there will be a right idea for the trades too. That is a good thing for all of us. It is good for all of us to trades with the most minimal setting in the money management. Mostly think about the pips rather than the income. When you will trade in the market, think mostly about the right kind of setting with small lots. Try to learn about the system from the demo trading. From there, all of the right kind of performance will come out. Even the right kind of setting over the market analysis will get some simple setting. Thinking about technical management will come to life. Then the fundamental analysis will also join the process along with the sentimental analysis.

Focus on long term data

Trading the market in lower time frame always result in heavy loss. Most of the retail traders are losing tons of money since they don’t know the perfect way to trade the market. Being a novice trader you can use the copy trading Australia and trade the market with the successful traders at Rakuten. Considering the long term outcomes, it’s better to learn the art of trading. It’s true, things will be a little bit hard at the initial stage but once you start to understand the details, making money will be very easy.

Trading is about controlling

There are ways to manage some of the most legitimate performance in the business. All we will have to think about is good control. The traders need some good kind of setting of the orders and the closing positions. For that, there will be stop-loss and take-profit needed. The traders have to worry about the risk to profit margin for that. All of the right kind of performance will come to life from there because we are talking about the most proper control of the system with the right kind of management. Whether there is a good setting of the signals or not, we will be able to handle a good setting for the trades. The most legitimate performance will have to be there with all of the trades. We are going to be the most proper performer in the system.

Ideas will have to be proper

The currency trading system will behave as you ask it to, but only when the ideas are right. Once you learn about reality, there will be some changes in the mindset of trading. It will happen in a good way. The interest to be a good trader will have to be there for all of the trades though.

CEO/Founder Investors King Ltd, a foreign exchange research analyst, contributing author on New York-based Talk Markets and, with over a decade experience in the global financial markets.

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Naira to a Dollar Exchange Rate Dips to N462 at Black Market Amid Social Unrest



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Youth Protests Weigh on Naira to a Dollar Exchange Rate on Black Market

The ongoing youth protest in Nigeria continues to weigh on the economic outlook and investors’ sentiment across the board.

The Nigerian Naira to a US dollar exchange rate declined by N1 from N461 on Tuesday to N462 on Wednesday and in the early hours of Thursday at the black market.

Against the British Pounds, the Naira exchanged at N600, down from the N592 it traded on Tuesday. This decline continues against Europe’s common currency as the Naira dipped against the Euro by N2 from N538 to N540 on the black market.

The nationwide protest by the Nigerian youth to curb police brutality and harassment on daily basis continues to disrupt business activities in Africa’s largest economy.

Nigerian youths are saying enough is enough after the death of several youths by the law enforcement agency, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), that was constituted to curb robbery but gone rogue and made extortions, harassments and in some cases killing of innocent citizens their means of livelihood.

Despite the government disbanding the unit and promise to redeploy officers to other existing units, commands and formations, the youths are saying they want a total discharge of corrupt officers and the entire reform of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) before they will even consider backing down on the ongoing protest, especially after politicians started sponsoring thugs to attack peaceful protesters in Lagos and Abuja.

The Nigerian Stock Exchange closed flat on Wednesday amid rising uncertainty surrounding the government’s ability to de-escalate the situation given the fact that the youths no longer trust the administration or Nigerian government.

The Naira remained weak against global counterparts and expected to plunge further once the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) release third-quarter Gross Domestic Product (GDP) report expected by many experts to plunge the nation into its second recession in four years.

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Naira Declines on the Black Market on Tuesday




Naira Plunges Against Global Counterparts on Tuesday on the Black Market

The Nigerian Naira declined on Tuesday on the black market despite efforts by the Central Bank of Nigeria to prop up the value of the local currency against global counterparts.

The Naira declined by N4 from N457 per US dollar it traded on Friday to N461 on Tuesday morning. Against the European common currency, the Naira fell by N1 to N538 from N537.

However, the local currency improved by N3 against the British pound from N595 it exchanged on Friday to N592 on Tuesday.

Nigeria’s weak economic outlook continues to weigh on the Naira outlook, especially with the economy projected to enter recession in the third quarter.

Despite efforts to cushion the negative effect of COVID-19 on the nation’s economy, unclear policy path amid weak business sentiment and low foreign revenue generation needed to sustain economic productivity in a majorly import-dependent economy drag on Nigerian Naira value and the entire economic outlook.


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Dollar to a Naira Exchange Rate Remains Unchanged on Black Market




Dollar to a Naira Exchange Rate Flat on Black Market on Monday Morning

The US Dollar to a Naira exchange rate remained flat on the black market on Monday morning as businesses and investors’ sentiment surged with an improved economic outlook.

The Dollar to a Naira exchange rate stood at N457 on the black market on Monday morning while the British Pound rate to a Naira was N595, better than the N597 it exchanged on Wednesday.

The Euro to a Naira rate stood at N537 on Monday, a N3 improvement from N540 it sold on Wednesday.

The Naira remained under pressure despite the recent improvement in value following the Central Bank of Nigeria’s decision to lowered the interest rate by 100 basis points to 11.5 percent.

Economic uncertainties as the nation prepared for a second recession in four years weighed on foreign direct investment and continues to drag on growth, especially after the World Bank predicted that the nation’s growth would contract by as much as 4.1 percent in 2020 and only rebound by 0.3 percent in 2021 due to its overexposed to the global oil market.

However, the multilateral financial institution supported President Muhammadu Buhari’s decision to remove oil subsidy and adjust the nation’s electricity tariff to reflect the actual consumption.

Still, it is uncertain if the recent measures by the Federal Government and the Central Bank of Nigeria would be enough to stimulate growth in the real sector of the economy and prop up the Dollar to a Naira exchange rate given the global health crisis.

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