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Common Strategies

Active trading is a strategy that involves beating the market through identifying and timing profitable trades, often for short holding periods.

There are different types of methodologies, find out the most common and the fundmentals of their strategies and techniques.

Day Trading

A day trader exceutes a large volume of short and long trades to capitalise on the intraday market price action, caused by the temporary supply and demand ineffeciences caused to purchases and sales of the asset.


The Basics

Find out what is involved, the techniques, advantages and didadvantages and what platforms and tools are available.



Scalping is a trading style that specialises in profiting off small price changes. Understand how it works and what is needed.


The goal of swing trading is to capture gains in an asset over a few days to several weeks. 

Source: Investopedia


The Basics

Traders seek to sell (go short) at potentially pivotal highly, and reserve and buy (go long) at significant lows. It captures gains in an asset over a few days to several weeks.


Day vs Swing

Most active traders fit into one of two camps, day traders or swing traders. Both seek profit from short-term stock movement but find out the difference in strategies, the pros and cons.

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