AnneMarita

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMeLN8Qgpd0 Just one of the many videos from my vid library about mkt cap vs. float. I've done this way too long not to know the difference.

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AnneMarita Jun 13, 18 7:46 PM

NNDM 2 days ago was such a perfect example of a perfect marketing trick. The pr was brilliant making an untrained eye believe that the company is working on defense field and just signed a huge contract. In reality, the news simply said that the company sold their SECOND 3D printer to a U.S. based defense company. No promises for ANY further business. No surprise the hype was over in less than a day. So important to understand what you are reading...

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AnneMarita Jun 14, 18 8:36 AM

Note to myself: never, ever use my broken computer to post on my wall again. The above post disappeared - yet posted unfinished 3 times....

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AnneMarita Jun 12, 18 12:14 AM

Such a great interview! Thank you John!

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Chopper_Trader Jul 18, 18 10:48 PM

Long time since we spoke, looking at your progress great job my friend, I learned quite a few things from you. Keep up the good work.

axlk
axlk Aug 04, 18 7:21 AM

Awesome interview John. Thanks for explaining a little bit of your setups. I think we're looking for a kind fo the same setups so I can learn a lot of you. Will study your trades in depth on the weekend

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DeeDeeMarie
DeeDeeMarie Apr 13, 1:28 PM

Wow Jack... Thank you for sharing and in the process showing us all how our emotions can get us into trouble. Hopefully it will keep the rest of us from doing the same thing.

RichieRichW
RichieRichW May 13, 8:19 PM

Jack, this lesson brought back some of the most painful memories I ever experienced trading stocks. I've been caught like that as well, but I just ended up becoming a bag holder for about 6 months. I was long the stock and it moved against me but I was full of "HOPE" that it would come back and I would get my money back. Well it never did come back and ended up going all the way down to the .oo5's then .004's and so on and so on. The thing is that I got into it at the .20's and it ran all the wa

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Jackaroo May 13, 8:24 PM

@RichieRichW what a story... sorry to hear man. It really all comes down to cut losses quickly! Add to winners, NEVER losers, and never hold and hope.

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jcash3485 Jul 21, 6:00 PM

Jackaroo I took a major lesson from this video. Thank you for sharing, this probably made you a 10x better trader then you were before, and to man up and recap it and make a video of it for others to learn from is class act!!!!! You already knew what to do and now I bet you will never forget it. Probably one of your greatest learning lessons that sharpened your skills even better for the future. Thanks again man!!!!

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k25de

@k25de just became a fully transparent trader today!

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AnneMarita May 01, 18 11:03 AM

I saw your question in the chat and just saw that you started yesterday. Good luck with your journey! The best way to start is to study carefully everything on the emails that you receive from the Challenge. One of the first "Must Watch" videos is Tim's Trader Check list. Here is the link: https://profit.ly/content/premium/16791?aff=12

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Teyrex May 02, 18 7:18 PM

Anne is so wonderful, helping everyone in our community. Best of luck K25de!

AnneMarita
AnneMarita May 03, 18 12:46 PM

Thank you Mike. That's very nice of you to say my Friend!

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joecrowley7777

@RolandWolf Saw you interview on here recently and really happy for you and your family. I need to learn more, a lot more, before feeling comfortable enough to confidently trade. I have been watching the 14 videos Tim offers for FREE to all. Trading for the 1st 2 hours a day is tough right now for me. I heard loud and clear your hours were flexible at 1st in the family biz. How crazy would it be to do NOTHING but learn and educate myself the next 6 to 8 months, sell my house, take the proceeds and rent a place and trade with the remainder? Maybe I paper trade a few months too before doing this. I have a son and want to plan smart and not fast. I am willing to take the time to get there. Any key tips, videos, advice or words of wisdom to offer? Keep at man. I am impressed and happy for you.

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Sylvia_cc Apr 12, 18 11:08 PM

I think selling your house in a very bad idea. Check Tim Grittani story.

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Fox_Trader May 12, 18 7:30 PM

Defiantly not a good idea listen to Sylvia

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joecrowley7777 May 12, 18 7:53 PM

Agree 100% and thanks for the gut check. I really count myself as fiscally conservative and will take the advice wholeheartedly.

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AnneMarita May 15, 3:43 PM

@joecrowley7777 I've been trading for two years. Trading in Tim Sykes group and two other ones. One of them is a private group of just a handful of us. Many of us have reached 6 figures in trading now. Most started with about $10k trading account. It's enough to get going. The most important part is studying and practicing. People usually need 2-3 years to become profitable. Lot's of studying, is the name of the game!

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papajohn Jan 17, 18 7:46 PM

@huperauxano the R-value is just the ratio of my average win to my average loss. I’m not ready to talk about the Kelly percent yet, I don’t want to lead anyone down the wrong path there.

unterron
unterron Jan 22, 18 11:44 PM

Did you make you make that spreadsheet?

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papajohn Jan 23, 18 12:20 AM

@unterron yes I made my spreadsheets I use for analyzing my plays.

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