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Paper Trade

In brief, a pretend trade. Investors make paper trades to experiment investment strategies, and to generally become comfortable with the idea of trading without actually taking on risk. Paper trades are available with computer programs that link to the actual market.
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The algorithms were subjected to a 2-year backtest using historical data, and then one month of paper trading with live data.
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Industrial Packaging was founded as The Paper Trading Co.
Once a small player in the global market, China today is the world's leading market for both physical investment and paper trading of silver futures and other similar products, and is the second largest silver fabricator today.
A new Saudi state-owned company, Aramco Trading, is even venturing into derivatives such as futures and paper trading, a significant cultural change given Riyadh's deeply conservative business culture.
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Paper trading Before committing your own cash, it is advisable to practice first on a demo account.
Investcorp's managing director Khalid Al-Rumaihi told the press the company is seeking between $250 million and $500 million for the fund that will buy into US real estate debt paper trading at a discount due to the financial crisis.
Implement appropriate controls on paper trading of oil futures so there is no possibility whatsoever the crisis is caused by such trading as much as it is the result of fundamentals.
It's estimated that paper trading of crude and natural gas on financial markets on any given day can be 10-20 times more than the actual physical trading volume.
One ad boasted of turning $1,000 into $200,000 in one year, although this was not actual trading but, at best, hypothetical paper trading.
More than 50 per cent use paper trading tickets and 80 per cent are still using the fax machine for at least some communications with brokers and custodians," he added.