Day Trading Live Online Stocks Learn Live March 11



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  1. @ncizfbc
    I used to struggle too, but now I'm banking 580% gains easy. Get a trading strategy that actually works. This one will turn things around. Check out the video –> bit.ly/LWm9qv?=qousyn

  2. I use Lightspeed. nice fast platorm. 40 cents/100 shares. but you can only trade round lots, which isn't a problem for daytraders. plus, you get paid for adding liquidity. happy trading.

  3. Online trading like TD offer only per trade and that is a total rip off from an active trader perspective. You need to find a PER SHARE fee structure so you can keep more of what you earn.

  4. Thanks for the videos,

    I would like to know what commissions you pay?. I am currently trading with TD waterhouse active trader and paying about $7 per trade. I find that my trades are finally more positive, but at the end of the day, Im still down 200 bucks. Its killing me. Let me know what you think.

  5. Read a book on Traders Psycology:
    Trading in the Zone: Maximizing Performance with Focus and Discipline| Hardcover
    Ari Kiev | John Wiley & Sons | February 16, 2001
    To control emotion needs practise. Don't give up but read books on how to control them and be a winner.

  6. Thanks for the compliment of learning. I am busy during the mid day break with compressing and uploading of videos from our live service. Andy is the better trader and we use his account as the benchmark now.

  7. The thing is that on occaision when I tried to ride it out, I would have been better off selling early. So I need to distinguish when to ride it out and when to sell quick. When I try to do this, my mind gives me a reason to sell. I.E., on that big up-tape day a couple of days ago I was in SSO, and was watching a chart of SDS at the same time. The volume started spiking on SDS, but not so on SSO, so I sold the SSO, which proceeded to take off with out me. Thanks for your help!

  8. Find a way to risk 1 to make 2. If you are taking big losers, look at your entry, are you chasing? maybe set tighter stops on your loses. As for your winners. Set a reasonable stop and then write a letter. a LONG letter while your trade works for you. Keep your mind occupied to avoid emotion of selling too soon.

  9. Hi, Thank you for your videos. I have lost a lot of $ since january. Now I find I am gun shy and have been selling winners for only a small profit, yet with my losers, I am losing more (than winning with my winners). I am ready to give up because I am seeing that my performance is poor and that my emotions are making me too scared to ride out winners. Any advise? Thank you for your help.

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