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Understanding Stop-Loss Orders
Stop-loss orders can also be used to lock in a certain amount of profit in a trade. For example, if a trader has bought a stock at $2 a share and the price subsequently rises to $5 a share, he might place a stop-loss order at $3 a share, locking in a $1 per share profit in the event that the price of the stock falls back down to $3 a share.

It’s important to understand that stop-loss orders differ from limit orders that are only executed if the security can be bought (or sold) at a specified price or better. When the price level of a security moves to – or beyond – the specified stop-loss order price, the stop-loss order immediately becomes a market order to buy or sell at the best available price.

Therefore, in a rapidly moving market, a stop-loss order may not be filled at exactly the specified stop price level, but will usually be filled fairly close to the specified stop price. But traders should clearly understand that in some extreme instances stop-loss orders may not provide much protection.

For example, let’s say a trader has purchased a stock at $20 per share and placed a stop-loss order at $18 a share, and that the stock closes on one trading day at $21 a share. Then, after the close of trading for the day, catastrophic news about the company comes out.

If the stock price gaps lower on the market open the next trading day – say, with trading opening at $10 a share – then the trader’s $18 a share stop-loss order will immediately be triggered because the price has fallen to below the stop-loss order price, but it will not be filled anywhere close to $18 a share. Instead, it will be filled around the prevailing market price of $10 per share.

With limit orders, your order is guaranteed to be filled at the specified order price or better. The only guarantee if a stop-loss order is triggered is that the order will be immediately executed, and filled at the prevailing market price at that time.

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Purposes of Stop-Loss Orders
The main purposes of a stop-loss order are to reduce risk exposure (by limiting potential losses) and to make trading easier (by already having an order in place that will automatically be executed if the market trades at a specified price).

Traders are strongly urged to always use stop-loss orders whenever they enter a trade, in order to limit their risk and avoid a potentially catastrophic loss. In short, stop-loss orders serve to make trading less risky by limiting the amount of capital risked on any single trade.
 

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A professional method to secure assets reasonably is diversified trading. Trading on limited numbers of instruments was never suggested by the market leaders and hedge funders. They always spread their investments among commodities, indices, and or currencies. Diversity is one of the many keys to having success in the trading world. 

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At Solid ECN, clients have access to trade the world with high leverage whilst the spread is tightened at its minimum. You can create your dealing basket to enjoy the product diversity with Solid ECN. We strive to offer our customers the most popular and trending products, and we made a live and long list of trading instruments. 

As of writing the list contains 250 products including:

> Forex (Major | Crosses | Minor)
> Precious Metals (Gold | Silver | Palladium | Platinum)
> Energy (Brent | WTI)
> Indices (spot)
> Nasdaq
> EPA (Adidas | British American Tobacco | BMW | Airbus and more …)
> Cryptocurrencies (Cardano | Algorand | BNB | Dogecoin | Ripple and more …)
 

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Trend-Following Tool
It is possible to make money using a countertrend approach to trading. However, for most traders, the easier approach is to recognize the direction of the major trend and attempt to profit by trading in the trend's direction. This is where trend-following tools come into play.

Many people try to use them as a separate trading system, and while this is possible, the real purpose of a trend-following tool is to suggest whether you should be looking to enter a long position or a short position. So let's consider one of the simplest trend-following methods—the moving average crossover.

A simple moving average represents the average closing price over a certain number of days. To elaborate, let's look at two simple examples—one long term, one shorter term.

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The chart above displays the 50-day/200-day moving average crossover for the euro/yen cross. The theory here is that the trend is favorable when the 50-day moving average (in yellow) is above the 200-day average (in blue) and unfavorable when the 50-day is below the 200-day. As the chart shows, this combination does a good job of identifying the major trend of the market—at least most of the time. However, no matter what moving-average combination you choose to use, there will be whipsaws.

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Solid ECN gives multiple account types on the MetaTrader 5 trading platform to help individuals and corporate customers to exchange Forex and Derivatives online.

 All Retail, associates, and White-Label clients have the possibility to access various spreads and liquidity via state-of-the-art automatic trading platforms. Solid ECN grants an exceptional type of account options that clients can choose to experience a tailored trading experience that perfectly fills their needs.

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United with excellent trading conditions and lightning-fast execution, Solid ECN provides all the tools and aids required for clients of any level to accomplish their trading goals.

 

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$10

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One of the leading indexes of the European economy, CAC 40, is correcting, trading at the level of 6288.0. The French stock market is falling on the back of a recovery of positive dynamics in the bond market, and even positive reports of large components are not able to reverse the negative trend.

The day before, a large energy company Engie SA published its financial results. The company's Q1 2022 revenue rose sharply to 25.6 billion euros, well above the forecast of 14.28 billion euros. Earnings per share increased to 0.62 euros from 0.3995 euros a quarter earlier. In turn, the report of one of the largest European stock exchanges Euronext NV showed an increase in the company's income to 395.7 million euros, which exceeded 370.1 million euros a quarter earlier. At the same time, earnings per share were worse than expected and amounted to 1.35 euros against the expected 1.45 euros.

The French bond market is again showing positive dynamics. Popular 10-year bonds have returned to growth and are trading at a rate of 1.518%, while conservative 20-year treasury bonds have reached a yield of 1.855%, which is slightly behind the peak values at the beginning of the month at 1.945%.

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The index quotes are traded within the global downtrend, continuing to fall along the resistance line. Technical indicators are holding a local sell signal: the range of EMA fluctuations on the Alligator indicator is still wide enough and the AO oscillator histogram, trading in the sales area, is forming ascending bars.

Support levels: 6065, 5750 | Resistance levels: 6530, 6800

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Understanding different stock types can benefit your portfolio
When most people think of stocks, they typically think of publicly listed shares traded on the stock exchange. However, it's important for investors to know the different types of stocks available, understand their unique characteristics, and be able to determine when they may represent a suitable investment. Below, we outline the various stock categories, aiming to take the confusion out of differing stock classes on offer to investors.

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Common and Preferred Stock
Common stock—sometimes referred to as ordinary shares—represents partial ownership in a company. This stock class entitles investors to generated profits, usually paid in dividends. Common stockholders elect a company's board of directors and vote on corporate policies. Holders of this stock class have rights to a company's assets in a liquidation event, but only after preferred stock shareholders and other debt holders have been paid. Company founders and employees typically receive common stock.

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On the other hand, preferred stock, or preference shares, entitles the holder to regular dividend payments before dividends are issued to common shareholders. As mentioned above, preferred shareholders also get repaid first if the company dissolves or enters bankruptcy. Preferred stock doesn't carry voting rights and suits investors seeking reliable passive income.

Many companies offer both common and preferred stock. For example, Alphabet Inc Google's parent company - lists Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL), its Class A common stock, and Alphabet Inc. (GOOG), its preferred Class C stock.

You can trade the common stock market at Solid ECN Securities. 
 

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Growth Stocks vs. Value Stocks
As their name suggests, growth stocks refer to equities expected to grow at a faster rate compared to the broader market. Generally, growth stocks tend to outperform during times of economic expansion and when interest rates are low. For instance, technology stocks have significantly outperformed in recent years, fueled by a robust economy and access to cheap funding. Investors can monitor growth stocks by following the themed exchange-traded fund (ETF), the SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 Growth ETF (SPYG).

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Conversely, value stocks trade at a discount to what a company's performance might otherwise indicate, typically having more attractive valuations than the broader market. Value stocks—such as financial, healthcare, and energy names—tend to outperform during periods of economic recovery, as they usually generate reliable income streams. Investors can track value stocks by adding the SPDR Portfolio S&P 500 Value ETF (SPYV) to their watchlist.

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Income Stocks
Income stocks are equities that provide regular income by distributing a company's profits, or excess cash, through dividends that are higher than the market average. Typically, these stocks—think utilities—have lower volatility and less capital appreciation than growth stocks, making them suitable for risk-averse investors who seek a regular income stream. Investors can access income stocks through the Amplify High Income ETF (YYY).

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Blue-Chip Stocks
Blue-chip stocks are well-established companies that have a large market capitalization. They have a long successful track record of generating dependable earnings and leading within their industry or sector. Conservative investors may top-weight their portfolio with blue-chip stocks, particularly in periods of uncertainty. Several examples of blue-chip stocks include computing giant Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), fast-food leader McDonald's Corporation (MCD), and energy bellwether Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM).
 

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The BTCUSD pair is moving in a long-term downtrend, but last week it stabilized within 31000–28700. The first investor reaction to the rapid decline of the UST stablecoin and the LUNA coin has passed. Therefore, monetary factors have again begun to have the most important influence on the market, which are currently balancing each other, preventing the price from moving to a new serious movement.

On the one hand, the expected "hawkish" position on the issue of tightening the monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve puts pressure on the stock market, and after it, on the cryptocurrency sector since they are seriously correlated. On the other hand, a sharp increase in rates increases the risks of a recession in the US economy, as the head of the regulator, Jerome Powell, has already warned about. In this regard, traders may once again turn to cryptocurrencies as an alternative for capital preservation. However, most experts expect that the pressure on the cryptocurrency market may continue in the future, and Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz even allowed it to fall by 70%.

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The zone 30000–31500 seems to be the key for the "bulls," supported by the middle line of Bollinger bands. If it is broken, the upward dynamics may continue to 34375 (Murrey [3/8]) and 37500 (Murrey [4/8]). The key "bearish" level is 28125 (Murrey [1/8]), consolidation below which will ensure further decline to 25000 (Murrey [0/8]) and 21875 (Murrey [–1/8]).

Technical indicators do not give a single signal: the downward reversal of Bollinger bands indicates the continuation of the downward trend but the upward reversal of Stochastic and the reduction of the MACD histogram in the negative zone does not exclude a limited price growth.

Resistance levels: 31500, 34375, 37500 | Support levels: 28125, 25000, 21875

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Nasdaq 100 quotes show a downtrend, being at around 11970.0. US stocks remain under strong pressure from rising bond yields, which is especially affecting technology stocks.

Since the start of the week, the popular 10-year US Treasury bonds yield has risen 1.34% to hit the levels of autumn 2018 of around 2.824%. Conservative 20-year government bonds rose 0.92% to 3.2094%, while short-term 3-month bonds, which will be auctioned today, rose 2.48%.

The focus today is on the financial results of discount department store chain Ross Stores Inc., which recorded a decline in quarterly revenue to 4.33 billion from 5.02 billion dollars in Q4 2021. In turn, earnings per share fell below 1 dollar for the first time since March 2021, to 0.97 dollars. Against the background of such a weak report, the issuer's capitalization decreased by more than 22%.

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Index quotes form a global downward channel, being near the support line. Technical indicators are in a stable sell signal state: the range of EMA fluctuations on the Alligator indicator is expanding towards the decline, and the AO oscillator histogram is trading in the negative area forming new descending bars.

Support levels: 11690, 10500 | Resistance levels: 12580, 14200

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Cyclical and Non-Cyclical Stocks
Cyclical stocks are directly affected by the economy's performance and typically follow economic cycles of expansion, peak, recession, and recovery. They usually display more volatility and outperform other stocks in times of economic strength when consumers have more discretionary income. Examples of cyclical stocks include iPhone maker Apple Inc. (AAPL) and sports gear giant Nike, Inc. (NKE). Investors can add cyclical stocks to their portfolios by purchasing the Vanguard Consumer Discretionary ETF (VCR).

On the other hand, non-cyclical stocks operate in "recession-proof" industries that tend to perform reasonably well irrespective of the economy. Non-cyclical stocks usually outperform cyclical stocks in an economic slowdown or downturn as demand for core products and services remains relatively consistent. The Vanguard Consumer Staples ETF (VDC) provides exposure to large-cap defensive stocks like personal care giant The Procter & Gamble Company (PG), as well as beverage makers PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP) and The Coca-Cola Company (KO).

Defensive Stocks
Defensive stocks generally provide consistent returns in most economic conditions and stock market environments. These companies typically sell essential products and services, such as consumer staples, healthcare, and utilities. Defensive stocks may help protect a portfolio from steep losses during a sell-off or bear market. A defensive stock may also be a value, income, non-cyclical, or blue-chip stock. Telecommunications giant AT&T Inc. (T) and healthcare multinational Cardinal Health, Inc. (CAH) are among the defensive stocks included in the core holdings of the Invesco Defensive Equity ETF (DEF).

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Defensive stocks are less likely to face bankruptcy because of their ability to generate consistent returns during periods of economic weakness.

IPO Stock
When a company goes public, it issues stock through an initial public offering (IPO). IPO stock typically gets allocated at a discount before the company's stock lists on the stock exchange. It may also have a vesting schedule to prevent investors from selling all of their shares when the stock commences trading. Market commentators also use the term "IPO stocks" when referring to recently listed stocks. Investors can monitor for upcoming IPOs through the Nasdaq website.

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Penny Stocks
A penny stock is equity valued at less than $5 and is considered highly speculative. Although some penny stocks trade on major exchanges, many trade through the OTCQB—a middle-tier over-the-counter (OTC) market for U.S. stocks operated by OTC Markets Group.9 Investors should consider using limit orders when placing buy and sell orders in penny stock, as they often have a large spread between the bid and ask price.

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Penny stocks shot to prominence in popular culture after the release of The Wolf of Wall Street, a movie about a former stockbroker who operated a penny stock scam. Investors who want to take a bet on penny stocks should look at the iShares Micro-Cap ETF (IWC).
 

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The ETHUSD pair is consolidating around 2000 for the second week in a row, being in a state of uncertainty under the influence of a number of opposite factors. The general pressure on the cryptocurrency sector has traditionally been exerted by the tightening of monetary policy in the USA: a sharp increase in rates strengthens the position of the US currency in relation to alternative assets.

On the other hand, a serious drop in asset quotes is hindered by the imminent transition of the Ethereum network to Proof-of-Stake (PoS), the preparation for which is nearing completion. The main Ropsten test network will be switched to the new algorithm on June 8, after which, in the absence of failures, the developers will announce the date of transition to PoS and the main Ethereum network. The approximate launch date, according to leading specialist Preston Van Loon, is considered to be August of this year. This information was also confirmed by the founder of Ethereum Vitalik Buterin. During the ETH Shanghai summit, he said that the network's transition to PoS could take place at the end of summer, but did not rule out a postponement to September-October in case of technical problems. It is assumed that after the transition of Ethereum to a new confirmation algorithm, the production of ETH, and after it, the supply of the token on the market will sharply decrease, which should lead to positive dynamics of the cryptocurrency. The most optimistic experts predict a price increase after switching to PoS to 5К dollars for one ETH coin.

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The price of the ETHUSD pair continues to consolidate around 2000 (Fibonacci retracement of 61.8%). To start a serious growth, the quotes will have to consolidate above the middle line of the Bollinger Bands in the area of 2188. In this case, the growth will continue to the levels of 2500 (Murray [4/8], Fibonacci retracement of 50.0%) and 2812.5 (Murray [5/8]). If the level of 18750 (Murray [2/8]) breaks down, the quotes will fall to the level of 1562.5 (Murray [1/8], the lower line of the descending channel).

Technical indicators do not give a single signal: the Bollinger Bands are directed downwards, which indicates the continuation of the downward trend, but the Stochastic is reversing upwards, and the MACD histogram is stable in the negative zone.

Resistance levels: 2188, 2500, 2812.5 | Support levels: 1875, 1562.5

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They're easy to invest in, have low fees, and often perform very well

With a net worth of more than $82 billion, Warren Buffett is one of the most successful investors of all time. His investing style, which is based on discipline, value, and patience, has yielded results that have consistently outperformed the market for decades. While regular investors—that is, the rest of us—don’t have the money to invest the way Buffett does, we can follow his one of his ongoing recommendations: Low-cost index funds are the smartest investment most people can make.

As Buffett wrote in a 2016 letter to shareholders, “When trillions of dollars are managed by Wall Streeters charging high fees, it will usually be the managers who reap outsized profits, not the clients. Both large and small investors should stick with low-cost index funds.”

If you’re thinking about taking his advice, here’s what you need to know about investing in index funds.

What Is an Index Fund?
An index fund is a type of mutual fund or exchange-traded fund (ETF) that holds all (or a representative sample) of the securities in a specific index, with the goal of matching the performance of that benchmark as closely as possible. The S&P 500 is perhaps the most well-known index, but there are indexes—and index funds—for nearly every market and investment strategy you can think of. You can buy index funds through your brokerage account or directly from an index-fund provider, such as BlackRock or Vanguard.

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When you buy an index fund, you get a diversified selection of securities in one easy, low-cost investment. Some index funds provide exposure to thousands of securities in a single fund, which helps lower your overall risk through broad diversification. By investing in several index funds tracking different indexes you can built a portfolio that matches your desired asset allocation. For example, you might put 60% of your money in stock index funds and 40% in bond index funds.

The Benefits of Index Funds
The most obvious advantage of index funds is that they have consistently beaten other types of funds in terms of total return.

One major reason is that they generally have much lower management fees than other funds because they are passively managed. Instead of having a manager actively trading, and a research team analyzing securities and making recommendations, the index fund’s portfolio just duplicates that of its designated index. Index funds hold investments until the index itself changes (which doesn’t happen very often), so they also have lower transaction costs. Those lower costs can make a big difference in your returns, especially over the long haul.

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“Huge institutional investors, viewed as a group, have long underperformed the unsophisticated index-fund investor who simply sits tight for decades,” wrote Buffett in his 2014 shareholder letter. “A major reason has been fees: Many institutions pay substantial sums to consultants who, in turn, recommend high-fee managers. And that is a fool’s game.” What's more, by trading in and out of securities less frequently than actively managed fund do, index funds generate less taxable income that must be passed along to their shareholders.

Index funds have still another tax advantage. Because they buy new lots of securities in the index whenever investors put money into the fund, they may have hundreds or thousands of lots to choose from when selling a particular security. That means they can sell the lots with the lowest capital gains and, therefore, the lowest tax bite.

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On the daily chart, the third wave of the higher level (3) developed, and a downward correction forms as the fourth wave (4), within which the wave and of (4) develops. Now, the fifth wave of the lower level v of A is forming, within which the wave (iv) of v has ended. 

If the assumption is correct, the price will fall within the wave (v) of v to the levels of 178.37–135.65. In this scenario, critical stop loss level is 208.10.

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