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JamalStackhauzSometimes, people can diet and work out and track their calories and do everything right—but still not lose weight. I can’t begin to tell you how often members, friends and even acquaintances ask me why they’re not losing weight despite doing X, Y or Z. It’s one of the most common questions I get as a trainer. Sometimes, the answer isn’t that easy to come by.

But usually, when someone seems to be doing the right things but not making progress, a list of possible problems runs through my head. These are the most common scenarios I tend to see that stop people from getting results—and they could be the culprits for your weight woes, too.

 

So here are a few cold, hard truths about why you’re not losing weight.

You’re eating back all the calories you burn.

When you work out, you’re burning extra calories. That’s why exercise is so important in the weight-loss equation. But a lot of people overestimate how much they burn—and even use the “I exercised today” excuse to later overeat, overdrink (think alcohol) or overindulge. How many times have you faced a food temptation and thought, “Well, I worked out today, so it’s OK this time.” Or even, “I’ll have this now, but work out extra hard tomorrow to burn it off.” If that sounds all-too-familiar, this is one major reason why you’re not losing weight. For the exercise to help you lose, you can’t re-eat all those extra calories you burned. And in most cases, we overestimate how many calories we actually burned and underestimate how many calories we’re actually eating, which means using that 3-mile walk (240 calories burned) to justify that restaurant meal (1,000+ calories, anyone?) leaves you in a worse position than if you may realize: at a calorie surplus.

 

The Takeaway: Exercise can help you lose when you’re really using it to burn extra calories, not as a reason to eat more.

You’re relying on exercise alone to do the trick.

Yes, exercising can help you lose weight (and it has so many other health benefits) because it helps you create that calorie deficit needs to drop body fat. But here’s the truth: Exercise alone will not help you lose weight. For emphasis, I’ll say it again. If you are relying on exercise alone to lose weight, you are fighting an uphill battle. Here’s why.

 

Exercise burns calories, but not as much as people think. When you consider how many calories you burn in a day, exercise burns very little. And it takes a lot of time and effort to burn even a few calories. A full hour of intense exercise may only burn 400-500 calories for a lot of people. On the flipside, it’s easy to eat hundreds or thousands of calories in even a few minutes. But it would take hours of exercise to offset those calories. If you are not changing your diet and reducing your calorie intake, exercise alone probably won’t help you much. As they say, “you can’t out-train a bad diet.” No amount of exercise can make up for a poor or high-calorie diet. You’ve got to have both (calorie reduction through diet and exercise) for optimal weight-loss results.

The Takeaway: The best way to lose weight is to cut back on what you eat and increase your burn through exercise—not one or the other.

You’re not eating as healthfully as you think.

We know that Americans and others who eat a Western-style diet have a lot of health problems—and weight problems. The vast majority of people are overweight these days. Yet research shows that the vast majority of people also think they eat healthfully and consider eating healthy a priority. Are you as confused about that as I am? Clearly, we are not eating that well if we continue to see steady increases in heart disease, type 2 diabetes, overweight and obesity.

 

Here’s the thing: We all think we eat pretty well. Even people who eat a pretty bad diet don’t think it’s that bad. No one really wants to admit that their diet might be pretty unhealthy. We all think we’re probably doing better than others. This is especially true if you compare your diet to what you see your friends, family or co-workers eat and consider your choices to be “better.” Whether that’s actually true or not, the truth is that the vast majority of people could (and probably should) improve their diets immensely.

The Takeaway: If you’re not meeting basic guidelines for a healthy diet (which involves way more than just counting calories alone) and/or you don’t actually track your food/nutrition to see how it all adds up in black and white, don’t make assumptions about how “good” you really do eat. Research confirms that people underestimate the quantity of food they eat, so read labels and measure.

You’re doing the wrong kinds of exercise.

If you are exercising regularly, you’re already doing a very important thing to improve your health. But when it comes to exercising for weight loss, there’s a lot of confusion out there. One day you hear that strength training is the best way to lose weight. The next day you’re told to focus on cardio—but not just any cardio, intervals. Then you hear it has to be high intensity intervals or Tabata training. What gives?

The truth is that all types of exercise will burn calories, which can help with weight loss. But when it comes to losing weight, it’s all about burning calories. And in most cases, cardio is the calorie-burning king. Strength training is important, too (for many reasons), such as reducing the amount of muscle loss that occurs during weight loss, but it’s typically not a major calorie burner. So if you are relying almost exclusively on strength training as your weight-loss strategy, it could backfire.

 

The Takeaway:  The best exercise plan emphasizes cardio for calorie burning, but still includes strength training to preserve lean muscle. Both are important; neither option can do everything.

You’re not being consistent enough.

When you’re struggling to lose those final 5-10 pounds or to overcome a plateau, consistency in your efforts is even more important.  A lot of people stick to strict diet and fitness programs for days or weeks at a time, but their habits simply aren’t consistent for long enough. Ever eat “perfectly” and exercise “religiously” for a whole week, only to step on the scale that weekend to see that you haven’t lost an ounce? “What’s the point!” you may think as you go on an all-out eating fest and skip the gym for a couple days. Maybe you don’t even make it a few days “on track,” but rather you eat right for one day, then fall of the wagon the next.

 

Or perhaps you do feel pretty consistent in your habits, but the occasional slice of birthday cake or drinks with friends happens more often than just occasionally. Eating that restaurant dessert that’s 4-5 times a standard serving size (and packed more sugar and fat than seems physically possible) doesn’t really count as moderation, even if it’s the only sweet treat you’ve had all week. Moderation needs to apply not just to the frequency of treats or rest days, but the amount, too. Practice portion control—so that you don’t go overboard and set yourself back.

 

The Takeaway: Eat right and exercise as consistently as possible and apply both moderation and portion control when it comes to indulging.

 

You’re not measuring the right things.

A lot of people complain that they’re not seeing the scale move, even though they are losing inches and clothing sizes. Despite these obvious signs that they’re getting leaner, they still want to see the scale change.

If you are noticing other improvements in your body shape or size, you are losing fat. The scale might not always reflect that you’ve lose weight—but ultimately it is the shape of your body and the amount of lean muscle vs. body fat you have that shows you’re making progress.

 

The Takeaway: Don’t just rely on the scale to measure your weight loss. That number won’t really tell you everything you need to know.

 

You don’t need to lose weight.

If you are at a healthy BMI or a body fat percentage in the healthy range, you probably don’t need to lose weight for any health or medical reasons. Still, you may want to lose some pounds for vanity’s sake, or even to improve your athletic performance. There’s nothing inherently wrong with wanting to lose weight when you’re already at an acceptable weight. But, when you only have only a little body fat to lose, it can be extremely challenging for some people.

 

Your body is usually content to be right where it is, weight-wise.  For many, their body has sort of settled in to what it feels like is a good, natural weight—which may not be your ideal weight in your head. It’s certainly possible to drop your body fat percentage and get leaner, but it will often take even more dedication—and time—than it will for someone who has a lot of weight to lose. For some, it may involve dieting or exercising to extremes rather than a moderate amount. But with diligence and some experimentation, you can get there—especially if you follow the other tips outlined here (consistency being #1).

 

The Takeaway: When you have less fat to lose, the road may be harder and longer; consistency is key!

 

You have an underlying issue.

When all else fails and you’ve truly adhered to your program—and all the advice here—and you’re still not losing weight, you may secretly wish you had some kind of underlying medical problem that would explain it—a slow thyroid, some kind of hormonal disorder, or something that popping a pill could fix and then magically help melt away the pounds. While it is true that people with certain medical issues or on certain medications can have trouble losing weight, most people struggle with losing it because they struggle with consistently burning more calories than they eat. The only way to do it is to track, measure and weigh your food honestly and accurately, and burn excess calories through increased physical activity.

The Takeaway: If you’ve truly tried everything discussed here and more—and simply aren’t making progress—it would not hurt to check in with your medical provider to see if any underlying issues are at play.

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betPawa host inclusive media roundtable event to discuss future initiatives and ways to elevate the betPawa Premier League

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betPawa Media Roundtable Media Leaders

betPawa, in collaboration with notable sports media journalists and editors, held a media roundtable to discuss ways in which both stakeholders can come together to uplift football in Ghana and specifically, the betPawa Premier League.

During the media roundtable, betPawa reiterated that their investment in the betPawa Premier League is for the long haul to support and elevate the Ghana football community, the players, the clubs and the fans. Key media leaders also shared their ideas and insights to modernise the league through storytelling, impactful content and coverage.

Renowned sports journalist, Collins Atta Poku commented, “The betPawa Media Roundtable was a great experience and I’m optimistic that this will help. The media have a great responsibility in how we deliver news and stories about sports in this country and especially, football. We need to deliver stories of impact and showcase the league, our players and even the fans in the best way possible. The world is watching, and we need to own our stories and tell them passionately”.  

betPawa are the official sponsors of the betPawa Premier League which is reviewable at the end of each season. betPawa have a presence across 10 countries on the continent, together with aspirational partnerships that empower the youth through sport and community-based initiatives .

Speaking at the event, betPawa’s Country Consultant, Jesse Agyepong commented, “betPawa believes that creating a world of possibilities together with our partners inches us closer to our collective dreams. For a business that specialises in football-related experiences, we will continue to care about the sport and deliver quality platforms and services to modernise the league. Our goal for the betPawa Premier League is to work with all stakeholders to become the best league in Africa!”

betPawa are sponsoring the betPawa Premier League to make a lasting difference in the sports and football industry. Their goal is to transform and modernise the league by ensuring it achieves the success it should always have and creating opportunities to change lives.

Speaking at the event, betPawa’s Head of PR and Sponsorship, Nii Armah further added, “We are happy to be partnering with the media to elevate Ghana’s BIGGEST sporting competition. The impact is bound to have a ripple effect through job creation, youth engagement, and contributing to the Ghanaian economy. In fact, in our view, the media and betPawa Premier League walk hand in hand.”

The betPawa Premier League is important to young players, and a chance to achieve their dreams of playing on the international stage. Although the clubs and players have faced numerous challenges throughout the years, betPawa want to ensure they are empowered; which will lead to a better league and bring renewed pride to it.

Key initiatives include the betPawa Locker Room Win Bonus and betPawa’s commitment  to transforming football in Ghana, including through the construction of the betPawa Football Arena in Prampram. The stadium that is under construction will become a FIFA Star Grade 1 surface with a 3,000-capacity stand, two changing rooms for teams and match officials, and storage and media rooms at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre for Excellence.

The betPawa Premier League is the top professional football division of the league system in Ghana and was officially formed in 1956. The league is organised by the Ghana Football Association and was ranked as the 11th best league in Africa by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) from 2001–2010, and 65th in the IFFHS’ Best Leagues of the world ranking in the 1st Decade of the 21st Century (2001–2010).

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Zenwag Offers Tips for Identifying Signs Your Dog May Be Stressed

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Surveys show that half of U.S. pet owners report using CBD products for their pets

Zenwag, a CBD Oil Tincture for pets, is seeing more pet owners using calming aids to soothe pets dealing with pet anxiety brought on by owners returning to work. Two recent industry surveys found that more than 50 percent of pet owners report using a CBD-based product for their dog or cat, usually based on a veterinarian’s recommendation.

Noise, separation anxiety, and what is called reactivity, such as seeing deer in the yard or encountering another dog, are some of the most common stressors for dogs. Common stressors include plane trips, car rides, vet visits, being left alone, storms, and fireworks.

Zenwag has identified the following signs that your dog may be experiencing stress:

  • Abnormal Eye or Ear Position – When a dog pulls their ears back and flat against their head or pulls their eyelids back so that the whites of their eyes are showing. they might feel threatened or anxious.
  • Abnormal Posture – A dog’s tail tucked between its legs signifies a stressed-out dog. Other posture signals include curling tightly into a fetal position or crouching low to the ground. Other dogs may become extremely tense and rigid yet remain standing.
  • Accidents Inside the House – When a potty-trained pet begins to have accidents in the house, stress is a frequent cause.
  • Aggressive Behavior – Even friendly dogs act aggressively when feeling stressed or anxious.  Usually, they will growl as a warning that they are feeling nervous or threatened. If the growl is ignored, they may try to snap or bite uncharacteristically.

·         Decreased Appetite – Dogs are food-motivated. Refusal of food by a food-motivated dog can signal that your dog is feeling stressed.

·         Destructive Behavior – Eating the couch, tearing up the carpet, shredding bedding, or scratching up a door are signs of stress in dogs.

  • Diarrhea – Many dogs suffer from what refer to as stress colitis, a form of diarrhea that often contains blood or mucous and can be alarming for pet owners.
  • Drooling or Licking – Excessive licking or drooling can signal that a dog is stressed.

·         Hiding or Escaping – Dogs often hide in stressful situations or slink under a table or cower behind a chair.

·         Pacing – The inability to sit still or stand in one place is a sign of stress in dogs.  Dogs frequently pace while waiting for the veterinarian or walk in circles around the couch at home if left alone.

·         Panting – Dogs pant to release heat and when overly excited or stressed. If your dog is panting but hasn’t been exercising or playing, the panting may signify stress.

·         Shaking – Full body tremors are a sign of a dog experiencing stress.

  • Shedding – Sometimes, dogs who become stressed or overly excited will begin shedding an abnormal amount.
  • Tense Lips – A stressed-out dog often has tense lips that are pulled back. Some stressed dogs will even lift their lips, showing their teeth, warning that they feel unsafe and anxious.

·         Whining/Vocalization – Whining can indicate stress in dogs. Dogs whine when they are uncomfortable, and many whine throughout the duration of a stressful event. Atypical barking, like barking at nothing in particular or relentless barking, also signals dog stress.

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  • Yawning – Repeated yawning, or long or drawn-out yawns can signify a stressed dog.

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African sides at the World Cup round-up

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Why you should bet on the Ghana Black Stars at Qatar 2022

African sides at the World Cup always bring joy, nearly as much as using this site, but they also prove a difficult task for many who face them. With five nations at this year’s World Cup, there is an expectation for one of them to make it out of the group. With all the teams having played at least one game let’s evaluate what we know about each side and their chances of escaping the group.

It has been a tough journey for the AFCON nations to make this World Cup and they will want to stamp their authority onto the 2022 Qatar World Cup in some sort of capacity. It has been exciting seeing the teams take part in their first game.

At the time of writing Senegal, Tunisia and Morocco have all played twice but Ghana and Cameroon have only played once.

Senegal

The Senegalese entered the tournament handicapped straight away as star man Sadio Mane was ruled out through injury. However, a good resistant showing against the Netherlands (which unfortunately ended in a loss) was followed up by an emphatic 3-1 win over the hosts.

With Senegal left with one more game to play in their group it will be a winner takes all game against Ecuador on Tuesday!

Tunisia

It has not been a great World Cup for Tunisia who were hoping to build on a 0-0 draw against Denmark but against Australia, they were poor which leaves them needing a big win against the favourites France.

Tunisia could use the Manchester United starlet Hannibal Mejibri more to gain some creativity and he could be the key to surprising some teams in this tournament.

Ghana

Ghana came up against Portugal and produced one of the most thrilling second halves that the tournament has thrown up. They were even close to snatching a point but Inaki Williams lost his footing at the most vital of times.

Ghana are in such a tough group that they will need to carry on with the attacking presence they have as they extended their run of scoring in their last six World Cup games.

Morocco

Morroco enjoyed a good game against Croatia and were unlucky not to pick up all three points. However, things were much better against Belgium as they defeated the European giants in a thrilling game where Hakim Ziyech was sensational.

Morocco now stands an excellent chance of progressing out of a problematic group as they are second and face Canada, who have not won yet.

Cameroon

Cameroon came up against a tricky Switzerland side who eeked out a 1-0 win. Cameroon enjoyed good spells in the game and were unlucky not to have profited from some excellent wing play down the right-hand side.

Next up with Cameroon will be Serbia and they will be hoping to profit from their star players such as Eric Choupo-Moting, Bryan Mbeumo, and André-Frank Zambo Anguissa. Cameroon have the capability to beat Serbia but the Serbians will be a physical outfit, especially with Aleksandar Mitrovic up front.

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8 Tips to Make Writing Essays Easier for Every Student

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Whether it’s for middle school, high school, or even college, writing essays can be stressful no matter how much experience you have with the art form. However, once you learn some of the tips and tricks outlined below, writing essays will become easier and less intimidating to your brain. Here are eight tips to make writing essays easier for every student just like I used to write my essay.

1) Use an Outline

Outline , if you don’t already, so that your essay is easy to follow. If you are doing a five paragraph essay, start with the thesis and the introduction in one sentence each. Then add the three points of your body paragraphs in order. Finish with a conclusion paragraph that brings it all together. Use this outline as your road map, and then write! Even when you’re just brainstorming ideas, an outline will help you stay focused and organized.

2) Do Your Research

Researching your topic is a must. If you don’t know what you are talking about, then it will be difficult to write an essay that isn’t just full of errors and misspelled words. When researching, be sure to read other essays on the same subject and compare your ideas with theirs. It is also a good idea to make an outline of your essay before actually writing it. Outlines help keep you focused and organized so that everything stays straight in your head.

3) Create a Thesis Statement

Creating a thesis statement will help you focus your writing and make it easier to create transitions without having to buy essay online. Thesis statements usually answer the question: What is the author trying to say? or What is the main point of this essay?  also helps you decide on your topic so you can find supporting details. Remember, a good thesis statement answers three questions: (1) what are you going to talk about?, (2) what’s the point?, and (3) why should I care?

4) Introduce Your Topic

Introduce your topic, summarize the essay and then go into detail on your first point. The introduction should be 2-3 sentences long and the summary should be a sentence or two. Then write one paragraph per point with each paragraph being 3-5 sentences long. Finish up by repeating your thesis statement at the end of your last paragraph. If you don’t have five points in your essay you can add more points or use less but it’s best to keep it between 5-7 points in total.

5) Use Transitions

Make use of transitions in your writing so that the reader is aware of where one idea ends and another begins. Transitions are important because they make it easier for the reader to follow your ideas and arguments. One way to ensure you have enough transitions is to stop every time you start a new paragraph, sentence, or thought and ask yourself if there needs to be a transition here, or better still, make use of https://us.payforessay.net/.

6) Develop Your Arguments

Developing an argument means you have a point of view. For example, the opinion that Shakespeare was the world’s first playwright is an argument. So, it might be good to take some time at the beginning of your essay and think about what you’re going to say. Developing an argument also means being able to back up your point with evidence or reasons that other people would agree with. You need facts and evidence that support your argument and make sense logically.

7) Conclude Your Essay

Your conclusion is the final chance you have to make a lasting impression on your reader. You should summarize the main points of your essay and leave the reader with a memorable thought or question. Remember, you only have one opportunity to leave an impression, so make it count!

8) Edit and Proofread

Edit and proofread your essay before submitting it. When writing an essay, it is important that every detail is perfect and spelled correctly. Even a small error can distract the reader from what you are trying to say. The best way to catch these errors is by editing and proofreading your work over again and also get help from https://hitechglitz.com/effective-writing-tips-for-law-essays/.

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Six Reasons Why College Students Should Buy Used Books

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College students struggle with numerous expenses that make higher education pricey. According to recent evidence, more than 35% of college students drop out due to money issues. In addition, tuition costs have spiked over the years, along with related expenses like books and accommodation.

Most students cannot afford the crucial books they need to complete projects and study. Buying used books offers a solution to students who want to make saving while benefiting from limited editions. Here are some reasons why college students should consider purchasing used books.

  • Used Books Save You Money

One of the main reasons why college students buy used books is to save money. Many students cannot afford all the books they need for their studies. Where brand new books cost an arm and a leg, buying used books saves you a ton of money. In most cases, second-hand materials only cost a small fraction of the cost of getting brand-new ones. As a result, you benefit from the same content at a fraction of the cost.

Given the high cost of getting new books, creative students have been pushed to find ways to make savings when purchasing study materials. Getting second-hand books is a highly effective way to save. If the books you get are heavily used, the money you save will be considerable. Another way you can save on used books is by joining groups that exchange study material within the campus.

Engage those who are ahead of you in your course. They can sell books that have been used at affordable rates. Used books can also be found online on dependable websites like Amazon. If you cannot find the book you need, you can easily order write my college paper assistance from professionals online.

  • Allow Students to Read More

Another reason to promote used textbooks among college students is that it allows them to read more. For those who love reading, the extra book is always welcome. Moreover, used books can grow your private library without stretching your budget. These materials are relatively cheap and contain the same content as the brand-new ones.

The sheer volume of materials you can include in your budget allows you to purchase more books from different genres. Then, you can buy coursework online if you don’t have the book you need.

  • Students Get Books No Longer in Print

One of the pleasures of buying second-hand books is that you can find material that is no longer printed. The only way to locate these gems is by exploring bookstores and websites that sell used study books. Finding that book you have been searching for in a pile of second-hand books can be a fulfilling experience.

You can find these unique materials and add them to your collection. You can also get well-written assignments on platforms like masterpapers.

  • Used Books Are Good for the Environment

Another reason why it makes sense to buy used books is because you will be helping the environment. The world is talking about climate change, and everyone is responsible for assisting the planet. Buying used books means reusing products and lowering the pressure on the world’s resources. You will also be helping reduce the number of newly printed books.

  • Students Benefit From Free Notes

Students can benefit from notes and markings made by previous owners when they buy used books. Students tend to highlight important points and make brined notes to remember when studying. Those who use these books after the initial owners can use these notes to improve their understanding of critical concepts and make their study sessions more efficient.

In most cases, the notes comprise essential information relating to the pages. Most students find that the messier the books, the richer the information contained therein in terms of notes. In most cases, heavily marked and highlighted books are relatively cheaper. If you need more help writing assignments, read the article at https://www.veloceinternational.com/blog/what-you-must-know-before-writing-an-essay/.

  • Students Can Resell the Books

Students can make even more savings from used books by reselling them once they are done with the course. You can also exchange the book for others. Some websites allow students to exchange used books for others they need at a modest fee.

Others allow learners to return the books they purchase once they complete their courses. You can also make your mark on the book by scribbling your notes on a few pages. This way, you will be passing your intelligence to other students.

Buying used books allows students to make savings while helping the environment. Students also benefit from unique copies that may no longer be in production. Furthermore, it is possible to recoup some of the money invested when buying the book by reselling it after completing the course.

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Mastering the essential methods of position trading strategy in Singapore

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Position trading is a long-term investing strategy that involves buying and holding securities for weeks, months or even years. Compared to day trading or swing trading, position trading is a much slower but more reliable way to make money in the stock market. In this article, we’ll explore the essential methods of position trading strategy in Singapore and how you can benefit from it.

What is position trading, and why should you consider it for your portfolio?

Position trading is a strategy where investors hold on to their securities for extended periods, from weeks to years. The main objective of position trading is to capture the long-term trends in the market, which can potentially lead to significant returns.

There are several reasons why you should consider position trading for your portfolio. Firstly, it can help you weather the short-term volatility in the market as you are not focused on the day-to-day movements of the prices. Position trading can help you take advantage of the long-term uptrends in specific sectors or markets, which can lead to substantial profits. Finally, position trading requires less time and effort than active strategies such as day trading or swing trading, which can free up your time for other activities.

How to start position trading in Singapore?

If you are interested in position trading, there are a few things you need to take into account before getting started. Firstly, you need to clearly understand the market trends, options trading and identifying the sectors or stocks in an uptrend. It is also essential to have a proper risk management plan in place, as position trading can sometimes lead to significant losses if the market turns against you. Here are a few steps to get started with position trading in Singapore:

Understand the market trends: As a position trader, you must understand the overall market trends well. It will help you identify the sectors or stocks in an uptrend that are likely to continue going up. You can use technical analysis tools such as trend lines, moving averages and chart patterns to identify the market trends.

Identify the stocks in an uptrend: Once you have identified the overall market trends, you need to find the stocks in an uptrend. You can use technical analysis tools such as support and resistance levels to identify the stocks in an uptrend.

Place your orders: Once you have found the stocks in an uptrend, you need to place your buy orders at the right time. It is essential to wait for a pullback in prices before entering your position, as this will help you get a better price.

Manage your risk: Position trading can sometimes lead to significant losses if the market turns against you. Therefore, it’s vital to have a proper risk management plan in place. You can use stop-loss orders to limit losses if the market turns against you.

Have patience: Finally, position trading requires a lot of patience as you need to hold on to your securities for an extended period. There will be times when the costs of your securities will fall, and you need to have the patience to wait for the market to turn around.

The benefits of position trading and how it can help you grow your wealth over time

Position trading is a strategy that can help you weather the short-term volatility in the market and take advantage of the long-term uptrends. It can lead to substantial profits over time. Here are some of the benefits of position trading:

It can help you weather the short-term volatility in the market: As a position trader, you are not focused on the day-to-day movements of the prices. It can help you weather the short-term volatility in the market as you are not worried about the minor fluctuations.

It can help you take advantage of long-term uptrends: Position trading can help you take advantage of the long-term uptrends in specific sectors or markets, which can lead to substantial profits.

It requires less time and effort: Position trading requires less time and effort than active strategies such as day trading or swing trading. It can free up your time for other activities.

In conclusion

Position trading can be a great way to make money in the stock market if done correctly. It can help you weather the short-term volatility in the market and take advantage of the long-term uptrends. However, it is crucial to understand market trends clearly and have a proper risk management plan.

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