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Day Trading:

Day traders execute trades within the same trading day and do not hold positions overnight. They aim to profit from short-term price fluctuations and often rely on technical analysis and short-term indicators.

Position Trading:

Position traders hold positions for an extended period, ranging from weeks to months or even years. They focus on long-term trends and use fundamental analysis to make trading decisions. Position trading is often associated with investors and is less active compared to day trading or swing trading.

Algorithmic Trading:

Algorithmic trading, also known as automated or black-box trading, involves using computer programs to execute trades based on pre-defined rules and algorithms. These algorithms analyze market data, identify patterns, and execute trades with minimal human intervention. Algorithmic trading is prevalent in high-frequency trading (HFT) and institutional trading.

Swing Trading

Swing traders hold positions for a few days to several weeks, aiming to capture medium-term price movements. They often use technical analysis and may combine it with fundamental analysis to identify potential trading opportunities.

Scalping

Scalping involves making multiple trades throughout the day, aiming to profit from small price changes. Scalpers take advantage of bid-ask spreads and short-term price inefficiencies. They typically hold positions for a very short time, sometimes only seconds or minutes.

Options Trading:

Options trading involves trading options contracts, which give the holder the right but not the obligation to buy or sell an underlying asset at a predetermined price (the strike price) within a specified period. Options can be used for hedging, speculation, or income generation strategies.

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