Tone

@timothysykes Hi Tim, just want to say thanks for your commitment to providing great educational resources, free videos etc..completed my first trade on the 7th April, went long on PGNX, small position for 7.5% gain. Looking forward to continuing to learn from you.

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Tone
Tone Apr 02, 16 12:57 AM

Thanks for sharing, like a lot of other people on here, rugby's trading of TNA got my attention recently. Something to look at a bit further down the track.

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nightwolf92 Apr 06, 16 12:08 PM

@Tone for smaller accounts, I'm finding that NUGT is a much better ETF for small positions. Its very very volatile but if you can grab your position at they correct moment, it can give you an amazing return in minutes. Tomorrow I'll be verifying my trades from today, Made over 100$ with NUGT in a few minutes with only 200 shares (11-12k$)

Tone
Tone Apr 08, 16 10:30 PM

Cool thanks for the reply. Is on my watchlist, although I'm limited to swing trades for the moment due to time zones

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nightwolf92 Mar 25, 16 11:53 AM

jeez keep getting cut off. From there you can place your trades based on those pre-drawn support and resistance. For SL, try to go under the support line, for TP do the same but with the Support. Support at 100, SL at 99.5 Resistance at 105, TP at 104.95 or whatever. People love their whole numbers.

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SIMPLY_PRIVATE Mar 25, 16 2:10 PM

If your sleeping, and cant have finger on trigger id suggest swing trading instead

Tone
Tone Mar 25, 16 10:32 PM

Thanks all, I appreciate all the comments. @goodtimej, haven't used them yet, but intend to test out - especially in situations where I want to protect profits. @tompumpanddump thanks buddy, will be stopping the sissy paper trading soon :-)

Tone
Tone Mar 25, 16 10:38 PM

@nightwolf92 thanks very much for the comments. That's kinda similar to what i do but the way you approach seems more robust. @Wolves_Of_WallStreet thanks! am always interested inyour watchlists

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osirustwits Jan 18, 16 7:44 AM

@JLLOYD you need to read. How many of those people using SURETRADER actually make any money over the year. If you have options why would you use one of the worst out there. This is the issue with your responses we are not American so there is nothing that ST gives us as an advantage other than shorting and that is the issue. When you short with actual size because you have money they don't cover your positions you get errors in the end it costs you more money. If you have a small account that y

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osirustwits Jan 18, 16 7:45 AM

If you have a small account that you would even think to trade with less than $2500 you are on leverage why so you can give them more commission by trading more. I just get annoyed when you constantly post SURETRADER on everything. In Canada we wouldn't even bother with that garbage as MANY firm will give us an account for under $2000 most $1000 and that is Canadian so like $600US but as I said why would you be under $2500 to start trading. I am here to make money grow my accounts and using ST

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osirustwits Jan 18, 16 7:46 AM

I am here to make money grow my accounts and using ST will not do that for anyone serious over the long term. Stop pumping that junk on internationals who can almost afford the best. If you can eat quality steak why would you be messing with 3 day old ground beef.

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TSX10Bagger Jan 18, 16 7:53 AM

@JLLOYD I have to agree with @osirustwits the guy who actually gives solid alerts and makes money trading. He has been doing this for a long while and has some serious knowledge but the main factor is these are not americans only americans have PDT issues. You really should do more research before you post only people who use SURETRADER are those who short or who can't afford better. You shouldn't be shorting as a new trader so this makes them irrelevant.

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Tone

@MarkAus Hey mate, apologies for the random message. I'm an Aussie and am just kind of getting into this, still learning and looking at brokers/platforms but won't be kicking things off til I've paper traded for a while. I was looking at Options Express and on the face of it their fees seem not too bad. A couple of your updates indicate you're not happy with them? Any feedback is much appreciated.

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MarkAus Mar 10, 16 9:54 PM

Hi Tone, sorry for late reply. Havn't been trading. I'd recommend Suretrader as you can have a far smaller amount with them and still have no PDT rule to restrict your trading (they're not the best but a good start point). I can't seem to sign up though. OX does the job but has a bit of a learning curve and restrictions (see my blog). I'm limited in text here so if you have any further questions let me know.

Tone
Tone Mar 13, 16 3:44 AM

No worries, cheers for the reply Mark. I signed up to OX and it seems ok, although I'm still paper trading and just using their demo virtual account. Will look into SureTrader as well. Cheers again mate, all the best.

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