The trade-trading market is booming.
It’s the fastest-growing part of the Canadian economy and is expected to grow at an annual rate of about 4 per cent over the next decade, according to research firm Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
But while the market is growing fast, there are risks that it could quickly become overburdened, leading to a surge in price volatility.
That would put the entire Canadian economy at risk.
Here’s how to protect yourself against that risk.
Trading is an extremely volatile business.
Prices are driven largely by the fundamentals of a stock or a commodity, like the price of oil, or the demand for it, like a company’s earnings.
So when the fundamentals are weak, investors can lose money.
That’s why you should always hedge your position.
When a stock is selling, that means the market thinks that the market has lost confidence in the company.
When a stock goes up, that’s because the fundamentals have strengthened.
That doesn’t mean you should lose money if you lose money on the stock.
The risk in swing trades is that when the stock goes down, it could have a negative impact on your portfolio.
That’s because stocks typically have a relatively short shelf life.
The more time you spend trading them, the more they can lose value.
For example, if you’re a high-volume trader, the value of your portfolio could be affected by a stock’s performance.
This is why swing trading is so important.
It can help you to hedge your positions if your portfolio starts to deteriorate, especially if you buy and sell a lot of stocks at once.
When the stock price goes up in one direction, you’re selling your position in that direction, and when it goes down in the other direction, your position is increasing.
For some investors, this is a good time to start hedging their positions.
Here are the basics of a swing trade:When you trade a stock, you typically hold a position for a set period of time, usually 20 or 30 days.
The value of the position goes up and down with the price.
When you buy or sell a stock you typically take the price up or down with a certain amount of cash, usually $1 or $2, depending on the company you’re trading for.
For example, let’s say you’re buying a company called Canadian Tire.
When the stock rises in the US, it will usually cost you $1.50.
You’ll need to sell the stock at $2.50 to gain the same amount of value.
In this example, you bought a stock for $1 and sold it for $2 because the price rose.
That means you gained $1 from your trade.
You can also sell the same stock at a lower price to gain more value.
You can also buy a stock at lower prices than you’re willing to lose.
You could buy a company that’s trading at $0.20, or $1 a share.
You’re paying $1 for a share that’s worth $0, or you could sell it at $1 to gain $1 in a trade.
For more on what you need to know about the swing trade, check out this article on The Financial Times.