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redwagonrider
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redwagonrider Aug 17, 12:49 AM

Evertime I watch this, I learn something new! love your videos and the way you describe your mindset on holding your positions through the choppiness. Solid perspective of letting winners run.

Kingsalini
Kingsalini Sep 08, 5:37 AM

Always a good watch wild lil gems here

Familyguy
Familyguy Sep 09, 2:09 AM

awesome video, watching now for 3rd time. Very informative. What trading software are you using? Looks very easy to use.

QuentinC
QuentinC Sep 10, 12:34 AM

Rewatching this video and still learning from it. Thanks Huddie.

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AnneMarita
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AnneMarita Oct 23, 17 7:55 AM

It's always the ones who didn't make it trying to troll on others, discouraging them to do what they couldn't.

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AnneMarita Oct 29, 17 5:21 PM

I discovered the recipe for success couple of decades ago and since then have employed hundreds of people. I've seen how some have potential of becoming successful, but some simply don't. The ones who don't are usually prisoners of their own perception and some of them even try to drag others into their own "miss-perception" without understanding how lost they are. Great job Dux! You "broke the code" with hard work in record time! Can't wait to see your video and your "angle" to trading.

bobbythek
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bobbythek Jan 14, 18 10:26 PM

@AnneMarita Ive managed people for the majority of my career, I have seen many of those you described trying to bring others down because e"they" didn't/couldn't do whatever it was that needed done. Its good to remind people of that... good job! & good luck!

bobbythek
bobbythek Jan 14, 18 10:29 PM

Let us know my friend! LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING PART2 especially!

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Lincoln_Hawk
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Lincoln_Hawk Aug 13, 17 11:21 AM

@Palmer has an excellent ABCD scan for TOS. I've found several mid-morning & afternoon setups using it. I'm going to try the "Bullish Trend Scan", and may tweak each one to search for those stocks with high relative volume at the open, as well as ones that do not fall below VWAP for an extended period of time.

mickd
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mickd Aug 13, 17 3:38 PM

I use finviz.com, it's free and easy to use. You can check out tutorials online on youtube on how to use it but it's pretty straight forward. I don't remember excatly where but on Tim's website there is an article on pennystocking and there's a small list of presets he talks about you can use.

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mickd Aug 13, 17 3:41 PM

Oh and it only screens NASDAQ, NYSE, AMEX. It doesn't screen Over the counter Stocks. Just set Exchange you want, volume, , market cap and price under 10$. then click on charts and that should get you started. this is only the basics basics but I'm sure you can figure out the rest. Have a good one

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Flockstock
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Flockstock May 21, 17 4:49 PM

Be real and honest with yourself .. It reflects in your trading .. Health brings wealth .. Binge watching video lessons is better than binge drinking .. Don't drink while watching video lessons .. It doesn't work

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Learnthings
Learnthings Mar 11, 17 11:36 AM

I see paper trading as beneficial to learn how the software works, and to see charts develop in real time with lvl 2 and T&S tape. But i definitely agree with what I think is your main point. No matter what people say, PT simply does not evoke the emotional response. This, to me, is one of the biggest parts of trading.

DeeSniper
DeeSniper Mar 11, 17 11:41 AM

I agree paper trading lacks real life drama but don't agree it is without benefit. I see it as a stepping stone. As to the gurus well their voices/lessons in my head have kept me from making really stupid mistakes so many times. I'm thankful for the gurus.

RichDupre
RichDupre Mar 11, 17 1:03 PM

I tried paper trading using other platforms like TOS, but the problem was the data wasn't in real time. However, I used Stocks To Trade's paper trading platform for about a month, and it worked wonders for me. The data is real time and it helped me to master reading charts, order entry, Level 2, T&S, etc. It's very much like real trading (minus your money). I would highly recommend it even for just one month.

Learnthings
Learnthings Mar 11, 17 1:30 PM

@SnowDog as long as you don't cheat and look ahead a 20 min delay shouldn't make any difference...

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Izzy0034
Izzy0034 Mar 11, 17 8:55 AM

Thanks for the advise, It's always welcomed.

caj100
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caj100 Mar 11, 17 9:42 AM

@bigman Thats honestly how I felt a couple weeks ago. I thought studying my ass off was bullshit. I mean it's obvious, you can only take in so much knowledge before getting plateaued. But it's about continuously studying and finding what works for YOU. For some, they might catch on quick, and for others it might take a shit ton of studying. Either way, studying is required or you're going to just lose like I did my first couple months trading.

Bryan3121
Bryan3121 Mar 11, 17 11:11 AM

Yea, studying is the way to go.

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Learnthings
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Learnthings Mar 11, 17 12:06 PM

@DeeSniper my strategy has been pretty straight forward. Find stocks that are getting the shit kicked out of them, and get a couple lickings in myself.

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Learnthings Mar 11, 17 12:07 PM

@DeeSniper In particular I look for beat down stocks to have a morning spike, then I short into the lower high while risking off the high. Check out CLF for the past couple weeks. You'll see what I mean.

Learnthings
Learnthings Mar 11, 17 12:13 PM

HRB was another one I've been watching the last two days. Unfortunately, I didn't get to play because I was out of day trades. You can see how that chart follows this pattern too.

DeeSniper
DeeSniper Mar 11, 17 4:11 PM

Thanks was curious. I've never shorted. Decided to go long 1 yr before I try shorts. But I'm learning about it.

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