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0:30 #1 How I Make Money in the Stock Market
I have a strategy. I'm not just guessing on good or bad companies; I'm not investing based on my gut. I use my gut to eat vast amounts of sushi, vast amounts of food, that's what your gut should be used for. Not for picking stocks.
0:50 #2 How I Make Money in the Stock Market
I have rules and discipline. That's what I teach. You can't just go into a stock with no plan. You can't just say oh, I want to buy this stock; I'm going to do well. What if the stock doesn't go your way? What rules do you have in place? What discipline do you have in place to prepare yourself if the stock doesn't do what you expect? Remember, most people lose money, so you need that planning, you need to think 'what if' before you risk your hard earned money.
1:20 #3 How I Make Money in the Stock Market
I search for good patterns. Everything that I do is based off pattern recognition. A lot of people ask me, do you have to be intelligent, do you have to be smart, do you have to be good at math and I say, no, no no. You have to be good at pattern recognition. What I teach are patterns.
2:30 These are the things to consider, and it's not just based on one or two indicators. Too many people buy stocks, they're like oh this company has good news or this company has a good product, and they're so simplistic.
3:00 You have to study, you have to prepare, you have to plan. It's not fun becoming a millionaire. It's not fun strategizing. It takes a lot of studying. That's why I have video lessons, and DVD's and webinars and my top students give webinars, and they have DVD's.
3:15 It's all about going in with a plan. You can never over prepare in the stock market. You can get easily under prepare, and that's what most people do so your job is to study up. If you know nothing right now or if you know very little, guess what, you've been missing out on years and decades of this stuff, so you're playing catch up.
3:30 That is your job. How much can you study? How dedicated of a student will you be then once you have enough knowledge can help then you focus on making money? You're not going to make consistent profits until you have a foundation of knowledge, so that's what I'm here for.
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nice video Tim!, i would like to know how to get an ITIN to open my trading account. Must i have to send W-7(SP) FORM to this direction: Internal Revenue Service
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Thanks again! Can you do a video on how you are looking at volume in 2018 as an indicator. I have been sizing down looking for a better win percentage. What are your thoughts on stocks with low volume that have a sudden huge volume Spike? Do you just try and play the bounce when they fail?
There is good advice here, but this is stuff I could read on MarketWatch or Investopedia. Tim, last video in the interview with the college grad, I noticed you made a quick comment on why people aren't watching your videos. I know you want that to change, I think there is a fresh zeitgeist of appreciation for the truth, not that you're not speaking the truth, because I think with your skills you can have the potential to truly help others and improve the profit-making ability of your channel by suggestions 1) hosting live videos of you doing solid market research, going deep into the sectors of today (telecom, tech, biopharm). In this way, you can re-market yourself as more of a financial news channel, I have other suggestions as well. You are already well-off and I know you don't need to do this, but maybe you can delegate someone you trust to. I enjoy watching the content, but it's missing something. I believe if you do the right thing, this channel can be potentially more enriching, provide better learning and understanding of the true market trends happening. You can do it, and I know you can say "Well why don't you do it" but some of us aren't in the position to, and if you can and if this is what you like then why not. It could be more profitable than your book, and program and whatnot. Bless ya!
Been watching trader checklist. And plan on goin through it all, some of the best advice out there. Others talk stock. And now I don’t even try a long convo with them for hearing the fallacy in theirs. Thankyou I pray your fundamentals give me a good consistent future.
Uploading contracts to an online database should not take too long, and with the right solution, there should be a way to quickly drag and drop them into folders. Of course, the contract management team may want to give some thought as to how those folders are categorized. In some industries, it may make sense to classify them by agreement type, whereas in others they may need to be grouped by timeframe or date. It is obviously important to do what makes sense for your company and to ensure everyone understands the classification system that is instituted. With this sort of well-oiled system in place, it is a lot easier to keep a handle on things.
Divide and Conquer.
This is another area that is very industry-dependent, but it is highly unlikely that any company can afford to have an entire contract team devoted to managing one portfolio. More than likely, it is more realistic to divvy up the team and the contracts so that there is a leader for each relevant sphere. The entire team will obviously have to coordinate and communicate, but resources must be allocated in the most efficient manner possible. In turn, this will allow for several individuals to keep an eye on a smaller batch of contracts, thereby facilitating those periodic reviews.
Outsource the Tedium to Technology.