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Windwalzer
Windwalzer May 23, 10:18 PM

Thank you, seeing the 5 min chart and 1 min chart side by side was good to clarify what you were explaining. I will use that information with the rest from this video.

Buckers
Buckers Jun 05, 8:05 PM

Really inspirational, thanks Roland

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PocketPAT
PocketPAT May 11, 19 12:27 AM

Thanks Roland!!! Bookmarked! LESSON: Even tickers that are about to go bankrupt or even that have already gone bankrupt can still provide price-action to bank on temporarily.

shoeusn
shoeusn Aug 10, 19 4:04 PM

Thanks for the video!

rubenfavela
rubenfavela May 24, 7:46 PM

Great lesson, good to know how to buy near support and observe the uptrend to prepare the exit. Awesome lesson

Buckers
Buckers Jun 05, 7:42 AM

Such good information, I will be re watching all your lessons, thanks Roland

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D5Candyman
D5Candyman Oct 13, 17 5:53 AM

Thanks for this video.... very helpful.. I plan to be ready for the next BitCoin run-up. Watching is probably best for me tody. :-)

Buckers
Buckers Jun 04, 9:04 PM

Thanks Roland, great recap and the explanation of your trades are pure gold

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Joshua_196
Joshua_196 Aug 01, 17 8:27 PM

You mentioned some "guru" alerted a buy and sell on HUSA today. How do you find out about these "guru" alerts??

Lx888
Lx888 Aug 01, 17 11:48 PM

Funny, the guru and all the chaser!:) I wish students would watch and listen very closely, you give away glues. Tim Sykes, said "study the pass video lesson".

BullishBearishTrader
BullishBearishTrader May 12, 18 4:29 PM

So the lesson here is Never follow a guru, if anything short against it, specially in this case that there is ATM and you're already thinking short, So that surge of volume from guru alert is a great short entry

Willbee_Rich
Willbee_Rich Jul 01, 18 11:45 AM

Even the best can have trouble sometimes. Nice of you to show your not as good ones too. Thanks Tim.

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kroyrunner May 12, 18 6:59 PM

@BullishBearishTrader in most cases i prefer to take most size early and keep avg comfortable. for the biggest opportunities where i feel sure that it's "done", i will size in along the way still though and move risk levels

Willbee_Rich
Willbee_Rich Jul 01, 18 11:12 AM

Great Patience...Thanks for the insight

zaraza
zaraza Jan 20, 19 2:41 PM

Thanks Tim..

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RWoody
RWoody Sep 22, 18 9:44 PM

That was great. Thank you for sharing.

zaraza
zaraza Jan 20, 19 1:49 PM

Thanks Tim. Awesome talk. Very good insight and advice.

Buckers
Buckers Jun 06, 5:19 AM

Content didn't play?

stocksandstuff1
stocksandstuff1 Jun 06, 1:26 PM

I just tried it and it worked, but if it doesn’t for you, just go to YouTube and search 2016 Orlando conference speech and it should come up in the results.

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TwoBob
TwoBob Dec 29, 18 6:49 AM

Is ti not useful to know who these guru are that are leading there following into trades like these so we can track and explute this like you managed here. Thank you for sharing with us tim

zaraza
zaraza Jan 20, 19 10:42 AM

Thank You Tim

redwagonrider
redwagonrider Jul 31, 19 2:55 PM

I will not chase Guru Trade Alerts. I will watch, study, analyze, make a plan, and iterate

Buckers
Buckers Jun 06, 4:31 AM

Great info, thankfully I can say following alerts is something I have never done or will do as I intend to be self sufficient, thanks Tim

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Mongrel_Money

Need help. Been trying to import my recent trades from Merrill Lynch and keep getting the error message Wrong username and password combination. I know absolutely 100% I have the correct information. Any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated. TIA

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