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brazin Apr 19, 18 6:06 PM

I've been paper trading for a month or two now and I've noticed once I treat the paper money like my own money I take it seriously. I take red percentages as red percentages to my account. And so when they're green they feel so good. I've noticed my strategy has improved a lot also so paper trading is definitely the way to reevaluate your trading strategy, and with studying I've got no doubt you'll see a huge improvement in all aspects of your trading. Goodluck!!!

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JeepTrader
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JeepTrader Apr 17, 18 11:24 AM

Great post! Yes, timing. Geez! Saw that yesterday with DPW. Keep the studying and learning going!

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kobayashimaru Apr 18, 18 12:33 AM

Absolutely right, timing is everything in trading and one must stay calm while trading. If you start to feel anxious about a trade then there must be something wrong about it. Always listen to that little voice we are told to ignore by others.

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JeepTrader Apr 15, 18 7:11 PM

Thanks @AuthenticCrow It's going to be a fun one!

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kobayashimaru Apr 16, 18 12:42 AM

The Journey Of Trading Is Like A Thousand Knives, The Trick Is To Heal After Each Cut And To Continue The Pursuit Of Your Prey

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kobayashimaru Apr 16, 18 12:46 AM

The Student Learns From His Master And Then One Day The Student Becomes The Master And Joins The Others Whom Have Ascended To The Next Level Of Trading

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Hikaru

@Ashleys_Trades I could not say it more better than this about AKER. Candlesticks mean nothing. Revenue is going to blow up.

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Ashleys_Trades Apr 13, 18 5:53 PM

@Hikaru, I've been watching AKER for quite some time now and even decided to do some paper trading with it once you stated this. But until I see bigger price movement that makes me more confident in the stock, I decided I am only out for small wins. Maybe this will be the next big thing, but I am not a long term investor and for now, short term is what I'm comfortable with.

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