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Best Way To Invest? Trade Everything

Is there really a best way to invest. The best way to invest is to make oneself available for any opportunity or trend. I am a trend follower. I never know what will trend. All I do know is that markets do trend. I know that stocks do trend. Some times these markets move much than one would ever imagine. The best way to invest is not to have an opinion. The best way to invest is be open to being long or being short. One can make money both in a bull market as well as a bear market ( bear markets are harder though). I look to buy the strongest and sell the weakest.

Be available!

Have you ever thought to trade some of these markets?

Mexican Peso (CME)
Nikkei (SGX; www.sgx.com)
Euro Stoxx 50 (EUREX)
Hang Seng (HKEX; www.hkex.com.hk)
Australian SPI 200 (ASX)
Eurodollar (CME)
Euribor (NYSE LIFFE; www.euronext.com)
Canadian Govt. Bond (CME)
Long Gilt (NYSE LIFFE)
Euro-German Bond (EUREX; www.eurexchange.com)
JGB (TSE; www.tse.or.jp)
Aussie 10-Year Bond (ASX)
Natural Gas (CME)

Actually last year Natural gas was the big winner for many trend followers. All markets move. All markets chop around. You need to know which markets to trade. You need to know how much of a market to buy or sell. You need to know when to exit your trade with either a profit or a loss.

Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. The risk of loss in trading futures contracts, commodity options or forex can be substantial, and therefore investors should understand the risks involved in taking leveraged positions and must assume responsibility for the risks associated with such investments and for their results. You should carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances and financial resources.

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