Gold Trading Methods Webinar (Italian)

Gold Trading Methods

Gold has been used in human commerce since the societies of the ancient Middle East over 2,500 years ago, making it the oldest form of money still recognised today.

Trading gold, once upon a time, was difficult: you had to buy and sell the metal itself. Then came futures and options, allowing traders to take positions without actually ending up with a safe full of bars, coins or jewellery.

Gold itself reacts only to a limited number of price catalysts. In this webinar, we cover a simple and replicable method with trading guidelines to follow, along with patience and discipline.

Metodi di Negoziazione dell’Oro

L’oro è stato utilizzato nel commercio umano fin dalle società dell’antico Medio Oriente oltre 2.500 anni fa, rendendolo la più antica forma di denaro ancora oggi riconosciuta.

Il commercio dell’oro, un tempo, era difficile: bisognava comprare e vendere il metallo stesso. Poi arrivarono i futures e le opzioni, che permettevano ai trader di prendere posizioni senza finire con una cassaforte piena di lingotti, monete o gioielli.

L’oro stesso reagisce solo a un numero limitato di catalizzatori di prezzo. In questo webinar, si tratta di un metodo semplice e replicabile con linee guida di trading da seguire, insieme alla pazienza e alla disciplina.

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