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JSC
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JSC Jul 03, 17 4:11 PM

I have never heard of Ally but those fees are terrible. Good Job on turning two profits :)

SmarTrader101
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SmarTrader101 Jul 03, 17 11:54 PM

as I see you are going long position on all, i suggest robinhood as there are no comissions. I have done well using it, im sure you can too.

abusedbacon
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abusedbacon Jul 03, 17 11:58 PM

I'm with etrade at the moment and they are giving me free trades for 2 months for depositing 10k. It is a great way to start so I could learn by using small positions without being drained by commissions. Now I'm getting used to using larger size, so by the time I have to actually say commissions I should be making more than enough to cover the cost, I hope

BirdsAreWild
BirdsAreWild Jul 05, 17 8:02 AM

@JSC Ally took over Tradeking. I liked Tradeking but am not fond of Ally. It just seems to be an added layer.

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raestrong
raestrong Jun 13, 17 2:03 PM

its a great live market screener. It sets key presets to the correct stocks to trade. Like Kingston stock said, there's no pre or aftermarket data. But if you're looking for a strong stock to trade on the fly this is a great, free screener.

BirdsAreWild
BirdsAreWild Jun 14, 17 5:41 AM

I think that FinViz is a great screener for the price of free. Of course you must still do your due diligence and check other sources for info on the tickers that come up on your FinViz screeners.

musthavefaith
musthavefaith Jun 20, 17 7:32 AM

Thanks guys, very new i have been reading, reading and reading and i really need to just do something. LOL

Kingstonstock85
Kingstonstock85 Jun 20, 17 7:54 AM

No you don't. Just sit and learn. You'll known when you are ready

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TangoBaker
TangoBaker Jun 08, 17 9:13 AM

@Kody honestly unless you have watched all the videos taken detialed notes and are in the challange group and the stt pro group. don't start trading if you look into dux trades he first started with ib and then moved Tim's secrect broker. What ever you do don't trade with large amounts of money stick with 500 shares you have to see the patterns first.

Kody
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Kody Jun 08, 17 9:45 AM

@goldencrown505 thanks for the advice bud!

AmyBrice
AmyBrice Jun 09, 17 1:05 PM

well said goldencrown505.

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BirdsAreWild
BirdsAreWild Jun 06, 17 7:12 AM

I don't know but maybe you could ask this in the chat room.

WizeFool
WizeFool Jun 10, 17 5:17 PM

As of right now I show 3.98 mil shares outstanding 3.87 in the float. maybe the short shares data is erroneous information. As far as the SEC filing is concerned I am not very familiar with how to read them, but they are offering stock warrants that are immediately exercisable from $.01/share. to anyone who owns them, they'd be dumb not to sell them immediately at the stocks inflated price. just my thoughts. But, you'd have to sell them over days because the float

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