lamt

@Rollingball who do you follow as your guru, if I may ask?

lamt
lamt Sep 12, 16 3:27 AM

thank you very much, I really appreciate your advice. As for making payments, yes they are pricey. I have timothy sykes' How To Make Millions DvD, that i dont currently need. I have watched his dvdvs multiple times, and have my own notes. I wouldn't mind sending them to you if you'd like. I have no use for them anymore.

Rollingball
Rollingball Sep 12, 16 11:52 PM

@lamt you can email me at gitr4u@yahoo.com to get my information if you are serious about letting me borrow DVDs

lamt
lamt Sep 13, 16 2:29 AM

no problem, ill contact you shortly.

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SkyWell Sep 06, 16 1:57 PM

sorry to hear that, don't give up; thank you for sharing.

deand177
deand177 Sep 06, 16 2:39 PM

Thanks for the support haha Valuable trading lesson, will use to better my decisions!

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Rollingball Sep 08, 16 8:57 PM

Don't feel bad, I'm currently sitting on an unrealized loss of a little over 1K due to my own stupidity and the stock I am in being suspended. I can't even sell it right now to get out of it.

deand177
deand177 Sep 09, 16 10:31 AM

@Rollingball Damn that sucks man, gotta just regroup and study your poor plays. I'm sure you'll get back on track!

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Rollingball Aug 31, 16 6:57 PM

Profit is profit! Don't discount small profits because they are moving your account in the right direction. Just remember to cut losses before they are bigger than your gains and you will do great. Like Tim Grittani said " This is a marathon, not a sprint."

deand177
deand177 Aug 31, 16 7:30 PM

@Rollingball Very true!! I've been trading paper trading for about 4 years but never started a real account till now. Looking long-term not short!!

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YawnAlot
YawnAlot Sep 16, 16 12:06 PM

Yes u can make it back man, im not gonna say it will be easy but hey, if Tim G started off with 1.5k then hey, its just going to take patience and consistency. 10 good trades at %10 percent each is %100. Doing that over and over and ur in the game. Good luck. dont listen to @Legendario he always has negative stuff to say, but soon as u do good he will be all kind trying to get tips

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babynoah Sep 20, 16 7:23 PM

@yawnabit thanks man for the positive comments, i will be back. working from home on my engineering stuff i'll be funneling money in a small account. risk on with a baby was my goof. lucky i have other things to pull from $ wise to come back. i want to be back on the right path. UP

babynoah
babynoah Nov 07, 16 3:39 PM

@prometheo33 my definition of a good path is winning consistency and having backups when you stumble. I did pile on risk too much but lucky didn't break my backup rule of diversification. Crazy to take the hit and still be okay. I could go back in with 100k but may as well go to Vegas with that attitude :/

babynoah
babynoah Nov 07, 16 3:40 PM

a market will always slap you down to reality when you get cocky :(

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NoviceUnicorn
NoviceUnicorn Aug 29, 16 7:49 PM

Are you able to buy options contracts on MJMI while it is suspended? I don't play options but theoretically you could buy a put option if you think it is going to tank after the 9th. Just an idea, probably doesn't work but, throwing it out there.

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Rollingball Sep 01, 16 5:24 PM

@NoviceUnicorn First of all, I have not attempted options yet. Secondly, all of my money in my E-Trade account is tied up in this suspension. I know, shouldn't have put everything in one trade. Live and learn.

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NoviceUnicorn Aug 29, 16 8:08 PM

@Legendario The problem is liquidity. BEGINNERS should not play OTCBB and if you do it should be a very small portion of capital. Not that they are bad to play but you can get screwed over fast. Personally I only keep 1 OTC stock in my trading folio at any one time.

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NoviceUnicorn Sep 22, 16 9:48 PM

@3dpancake You say it is NOT liquidity but, then you stipulate it needs $500K volume... that's called liquidity. I am saying, MOST OTCBB can be very illliquid and you can get stuck if you aren't using that as a primary gauge.

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NoviceUnicorn Sep 24, 16 2:45 AM

@3dpancake Good luck in your future trades.

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