puffdaddy Dec 11, 17 12:40 PM

thinkorswim has a pretty good paper trading platform

Lorenzo85 Dec 11, 17 12:45 PM

what about pre-market scanners? any recommendations?

technoyogi Dec 11, 17 1:00 PM

I like trade ideas. It's $100/month, but once again. It's comfortable for me. I'm all about using what I am used to.

popsmoto Jun 09, 18 1:06 PM

@aprilove STT does have paper trading. I signed up for the annual. saved a few hundred dollars. Huge difference in spotting moving stocks and patterns you want to play. Im up 8K paper trading after a few losses with real money, I went back to the drawing board.

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technoyogi Dec 08, 17 10:46 AM

I would open up a simulator account with DAS Trader Pro. That's how I got started. I practiced every day for almost 10 months in the paper trading simulator before going live 2 weeks ago.

bullbuster Dec 08, 17 11:12 AM

I started paper trading a little while ago using the ThinkorSwim platform from TD Ameritrade. It has taught me alot. Also, look on YouTube for any videos about trading. It's well worth the time

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Kody Dec 06, 17 8:40 AM

check into Trade Zero you might be able to use it

CkMil Dec 06, 17 8:43 AM

okay i will thanks

BloodHalv Dec 07, 17 8:03 AM

@CkMil I'd definitely recommend profit.ly because of the sheer amount of videos. If it helps there are 2 week trials of both stockstotrade and profit.ly for $1 and as long as you cancel before the 2 weeks are up, you only get charged $1 plus a TINY (pennies) fee for the conversion. The stockstotrade trial is on the website. The profit.ly trial isn't widely advertised but the link is https://profit.ly/offers/silver2weeks?aff=543

Fox_Trader Dec 07, 17 8:13 AM

@CkMil I use Etrade. Thinkorswim for paper trading. Buy yourself How to make millions dvd

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