How To Trade Stocks w/Teri Ijeoma, Millionaire Stock Trader



Teri Ijeoma, former elementary school vice principal is now a multi-millionaire stock trader, gives the basics of trading and why the stock market is still a viable investment. #StockTrading #TeriIjeoma #ElonMusk #ThriveThursday

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  1. The <Bitcoin price has completed several bullish movements over the past week that may confirm a new bullish expansion phase which is about to begin . Eyes are still on what happens above the current local highs, not below, even as BTC price action is up 6% in a week. We cannot predict bottoms, but it was obvious things were getting ready to go down. Why are people JUST NOW realizing the market is bearish? Extremely bearish. Point is, be patient, and just trade to build capital for when we do bottom. Don’t let these institutions destroy you. And my advice, don’t spread yourself thin with too many coins. Market moves as a whole right now, red days mean red days for almost everything, Green Days will be the same. Paper gains and losses are normal throughout the investing cycle. Continue to invest and trade, don’t panic.’. Still love the trading techniques and advice . Digital currencies continue to reshape the world globally. It's hard for anyone who is against it right now. But from a trader's point of view, I think we really need more experts in this field to give newbies a sense of how the community works. I was able to easily increase my portfolio in just trading with Stacy Huth's daily signals growing 1.5 BTC to 4.5 BTC in few week. Her daily signals are very accurate and yields a great positive return on investment and she's available to give assistance to anyone who love crypto trading, you can contact her for inquires and profitable trading systems on Telegram (@coin_signal10) or( Coin_signal100) ** for any crypto related issues.

  2. So informative, I remember seeing the Hub challenge last year or the year before. I'm glad this project was successful for professor Hunter's organization. Thanks Terri!

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