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Poloniex Trades yes that’s true. Some people lose their money by investing all in one stock.. and other thing is to know your loss.. where to put your stop loss. Thanks for your tips. May I ask you how you choose your stock to invest in?.. I mean which stock to buy or not to?
I averaged between 200 to $400 a day as well. I have been following the same 10 or so stocks for years so I am familiar with their patterns. When you do this you have to accept you could lose big and it is gambling but there is skill involved so it is more like educated guessing. First, get strong stocks that have had positive reports. I only bet on stocks that beat Wall Street estimates for the last quarter, or are big stable stocks that are capable of fluctuating a couple of percent within a day. Learn the patterns. I never buy a stock when it is up, I always buy when they are down, and I mean down in the morning at opening. When I say down I mean down at least 2% without any bad news. Always read the news. Then I put my money in the stock and watch very carefully. Usually they will always bounce back. Sometimes you do get screwed and that is part of the Gamble. At night I always set a couple of buy orders much lower than the stock is the previous day. I'm hoping that the stock will dip at opening and then recover. If a stock is down with only a couple of hours left to go in the trading day, I leave it alone unless it is down a ridiculous amount for no apparent reason. I have been fairly successful at this and really only lost $300 in the last month. I do not do this for a living because to me it is not a Dependable way to make a living. You never know what can happen. It has been my observation that it does not really matter how good a company is but it is better to be familiar with the pattern. Take Tesla for instance. They lose money every day, they are not forecasting a profit. They have a lot of competition that can afford to sell their electric cars at a loss. If we're not for the government Tesla would not exist, but the stock is doing great and can fluctuate many percent within a day. I would never bet on this one load term but it does make for some exciting Trading.
+C. K. Lol, don't tell my wife. Lost 5k last week.... In a single day. Started with 8k two years ago and made 31k till the Bad day.... I will make it back but it hurt, especially because I broke two of my own rules, the greedy rule and not to leave money in a stock overnight. I usually trade about 30k a pop and set a stop market so I only lose $100 maybe $200 , and if the stock goes way down, I will buy it again at a lower price and hope it goes back up.
I have been using them (tdameritrade) for over a decade, but I imagine there are plenty of good firms out there that handle traits. I like the interface on my phone and computer but really have nothing to compare it to.
Lmfaoo....word, I was contemplating those same thoughts myself! He talks and talks and talks cuz of his knowledge on this stuff, but it's HOW HE TALKS that sparks up some doubts in some of us about wether he pops some candies or not! But honestly speaking, who gives a f*ck? He makes hella bread!!
Making $400 a day is a very achievable goal. For beginner traders, the focus should definitely be on trading the right setups and mastering a couple of strategies at a time and no more. Many beginners traders make the mistake of expecting too much too quickly. Understand that trading is a skill that can't by mastered overnight.
Hilarious! So, on market down days, how much do you lose - because you do lose on those days (at least on paper - and on market up days you’re up, but only in paper). $400 in a day is good but speak on taxes (short-term versus long-term holdings)... as well as trading fees - your $400 can become $300 rather quickly.
I think you are getting it backwards. Why buy on an up day? You want to buy on the down day and hold it for that update. I always trade the same day unless I get stuck with something I think will recover.
Dany Herrera yeah, ignorants should treat working class heroes with the respect they deserve, because wealth and value is created at work, not behind a computer watching valuable compoundings getting larger... Work is the essence, management is a skill...
Epic Mentality i done trading for 20 yrs. i know people who been trading for longer than that. i used to be on a roll for few months and then loose it all in matter of days due to unusual market movements. after 20 years of trading im back to zero. not to mention the time and effort i put into it. i have friends who have lost hundreds of thousands. trading is not an investment. let distinguish between the two. trading is guessing and gambling . investment is a slow process and will mature overtime. if had bought apple back in 2009 for $70 now i would had a nice profit and i would continue to keep my investment. but market has cycle it has up cycle for few year followed by down cycle. this is a natural process and you need to adjust your investment based on that. we are closer to down cycle and we need to adujst investment based on that. thats like a football team that need to know when to play offence and when to play defence . right now you need to protect your investment while keeping an eye on other opportunity. you can buy puts option against apple to profit in case apple prices go down or you can invest in sector that florish during down market like utility, consumer staples, govt bonds and gold etf. investment is a game of strategy and you need to get a feel for market direction before you can invest in stocks. buy stocks like you buy home. make sure you get the best cause you will keep it for few years. that is investment. this kid cant tell his left hand from right and giving investment advice. truly laughable
lol i have been busting my ass working overtime, last yr i made 60,000. people ask why i work so much and i ask em why they gotta wait till payday to put food on the table. Now i can easily afford to put down real money to make a bank on the right stocks and not have to work overtime anymore. life aint easy but we gotta find a way.
If I could make $800 a week that would be perfect for me! Heck $200 a day and I would live well. thing is I only have about $700 to start with. I<m at the reading and learning part not yet on simulator.
Hey Ricky, you should do I video on the process of buying! what buttons to use the ins and outs of how to actually properly buy the stock with think or swim! love your videos. gonna study the stocks for about a month then hop in
Can anyone please help me and tell me where I can do day trade without being restricted because I’ve using Robinhood for a while and I cannot do day trades because I only have $2000 in my account and they require $25000 at least to do day trades.
Hey man! I’m in Mesa Arizona! I don’t know if you meet people to show them how anything works if so that would be great! Always wanted to know how everything works and how to get started! Let me know! Thank you!
Anna Malkovych there are many wealthy people who have normal personalities and aren’t stuck up. I have met people like this and I have also met people who are stuck up about their wealth. Ironically the stuck up ones have a lot less than the more modest people I have met
Do you use Robinhood? Its a free app/site it has No fees on buying and trading stocks or anything it's a great place to start out. Look it up it has great reviews you don't need to pay a middle man you are your own stock brocler. Lol if you decide to sign up hit me up for my referral code. If you use it when you sign up we will both get a free random stock :) they have news and articles on stock advice as well. You can also trade some cryptos on it now
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.
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