Trading is serious business and our community of traders takes it very seriously. Our traders work hard to constantly improve their trading and we work hard to support and guide them in a safe and responsible manner.
Our traders get:
The HCA trading community is a team environment for traders who are serious about markets. We share ideas and learn from each other. We push each other to work harder and to keep improving by consistently evaluating our own individual and collective performance. We identify what we each are good at and what we are not, and we focus on improving on our key strengths while working to eliminate our weaknesses. Trading financial markets successfully requires a keen focus on process and the support and cooperation of a team. Our team of traders strive to constantly learn and improve their trading by leveraging off each other in an harmonious team environment.
Herenya Capital Advisors strives to support both investors and traders with the tools, services and structures that they need in order to successfully navigate markets. These requirements often go beyond the scope of just great trading platforms and fee structures and include everything from tax efficient structures to house investment or trading accounts, to private equity investments and professionally structured investment portfolios.
How we help:
We share some of the trade ideas generated within our HCA trading community. Trade ideas here are generated from the collaboration between our strategists, traders and clients. We also share tax insights for traders and investors, as well as, general news and updates from team.
From the daily stock market podcasts we think are worth listening too, to the specific market indicators that we watch and the curated twitter feeds that only show what is really important. These are the resources that you should be making use of every day.
It’s been a bit of a bumpy ride these last few weeks and there are many mixed signals around. Thus, we are trying to hold our opinions rather loosely and stay willing to change our minds whenever new evidence emerges that might contradict our views. Dancing close to the door is what we are constantly reminding ourselves of, as we might have to bail on some of our ideas rather quickly if our views turn out to be wrong. That said, let’s look at some trade ideas.
Staying flexible in your views and convictions is a vital skill if you plan to survive in markets for a long time. At the end of the day, being right or wrong hardly matters. Being able to change your mind when you are wrong and remain convicted when you are right is really the only skill that deserves to be trained.