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EZTrades Jan 20, 6:36 PM

Just remember, you must learn how to lose before you can win. Tim G blew up his account SEVERAL times before becoming profitable. Keep at it brotha. Cut down position size, stick to your plan, and most importantly, cut losses quickly and move on. Learn from your mistakes.

AltonDinger Jan 22, 7:26 AM

Yes, it hurts to lose. But, I believe that you are building your trading character and wisdom. I have learned from Tim.I only use about 10% of my portfolio to stop the pain.

Mpalex Jan 22, 4:23 PM

It's not a loss if you learn from it, but tuition.

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@kroyrunner hey, Tim. I just bought Trading Tickers, and noticed you were using E*TRADE in your latest trade upload. Have any of your ideal brokers changed?

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StevieW Jan 06, 11:44 PM

@DBHILL TradeZero comes highly recommended from Dux. They clear through Vision too. Good borrows

DBHILL Jan 10, 11:32 AM

@JKelly Thanks very much, will check it out!!

Monopolist Mar 06, 4:26 PM

I'm from london and can recommend a thing or two. I wouldn't recommend using trade zero as a beginner as they require you to buy a platform in order to execute any trades, I have an account with them but pulled out the cash. I'm currently with suretrader and they're not bad, they sometimes have shares available to short. I also have account in UK's TDDirectInvestment and wouldn't recommend them either.

IceMan14 Apr 06, 8:29 AM

@Monopolist Why wouldn't you recommend TD? They have great customer communication and competitive commissions. You can't short, trade OTC, or p/m or a/h trading but there is Interactive Brokers for that. And their doing aa collaboration with TD UK I read also

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