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Trading

Trading is simply buying and selling of assets that could comprise goods and services where the seller is compensated by the buyer. In the financial world, these assets are called financial instruments and could be futures, stocks, margin products, derivatives, currency pairs, options, cryptocurrency, etc.

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Investment is a concept where resources are allocated with the motivation of earning profits. This could include buying a property at a lower price with the expectation to sell it at a higher price or investing in a business with the potential to make future returns. In finance, investing usually involves buying financial products.

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It is a method for evaluating the value of a financial instrument which includes studying the fundamentals of an asset for measuring its potential returns. These fundamentals include economic and financial factors, macroeconomics such as the state of the economy, business competition, industry state, etc. Upon completion of fundamental analysis, the goal is to identify whether an asset is undervalued or overvalued and make a buying decision on those bases.

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In technical analysis, the price of an asset is determined by the movement in the historical price of the asset. The analysts look at metrics such as the volume, price movement, chart patterns, other technical indicators to determine the value of the asset.

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It is the direction in which the price of an asset is moving. There are usually two main kinds of trends: bear and bull market.

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These charts are a graphical representation of the asset that indicate the price movements over a given timeframe. Candlestick dates back to the 17th century Japan but in the early 20th century, it has been redefined. It comprises candlesticks and each candlestick represents the same period of time.


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In this position, funds are bought by the trader and then sold at the target Price. Traders open a long position in the hope that the price will go up in the future. It is the most common way to invest with the underlying assumption that the value of the asset will increase over a period of time by simply buying and holding. 

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It is a position that you take when you are selling an asset as you expect the price to go down, with the intention of buying it again at a lower price. It is mainly used in margin trading but largely across derivatives markets.

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Margin Trading is a strategy that allows you to trade more tokens than you would be able to do normally and can yield a huge profit if executed correctly.

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Derivatives are financial assets that derive their value from the value of an underlying asset or assets such as market indices, cryptocurrency, stocks, bonds or commodities.


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Futures contract is a type of derivative that is essentially an agreement between two parties to buy/ sell an asset (e.g. bitcoin) of specific at a predetermined future date and price.

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Perpetual contracts are futures with no date of expiration. The contracts are still settled at the predetermined price.

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A Futures contract where the quote currency (i.e. the currency in which the price of the underlying asset is denominated) is different from the base currency

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It is a type of a derivative product that provides the trader the right for selling and buying an asset at a specific price in the future. It is not an obligation though.

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