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free92last
free92last Jan 29, 18 12:07 PM

How do you find your tickers for a swing?

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cole99 Jan 29, 18 12:47 PM

Finviz, those are 200 MA plays.

Lorenzo85
Lorenzo85 Jan 29, 18 3:31 PM

@cole99 may I ask how do you set up your screener for swing trading?

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cole99 Jan 29, 18 3:59 PM

Current and average volume over 1 million, price crossed above 200 MA, and I trade different priced stocks. Thats just the screener for this wishlist.

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mickd
mickd Jan 27, 18 2:47 PM

I don't think you can verify trades with a free account.

mickd
mickd Jan 27, 18 4:47 PM

@Willpower32 I believe he's referring to profit.ly paid services. Not Tims memberships

etukuafu49
etukuafu49 Jan 27, 18 11:29 PM

I have a silver membership @Willpower32 how do I watch the videos?

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mikemitch3

@cole99 I'm just a little curious about your journey into the trading world. I'm studying under Tim Sykes and trying to figure out if I should even start trading while being in the Millionaire Master program (not the Millionaire Challenge). Are you training under Tim Sykes? And if so then how soon did you tell yourself to start trading?

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cole99 Jan 26, 18 1:13 PM

I studied a year, self teaching myself, reading investopedia, bunch of different books, and just analyzing the market. Then the first time I started trading after a year in two months my account was down around 1000 dollars. Thats when I found sykes, and started learning from him. Now I am starting to find consistency. So I would say a year of studying and paper trading, then I would go live with very small size to test the waters, working your way up. Been trading a year and 5 months now.

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mikemitch3 Jan 29, 18 9:00 AM

Cool, thank you for the feedback. I know that we are suppose to enjoy the journey but I always got that feeling of trading while you're learning. Of course that this is purely based on my impatient side.

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Fox_Trader
Fox_Trader Jan 26, 18 2:33 PM

stay small witg proper risk management. With time size up.

aidan222sharpe
aidan222sharpe Jan 26, 18 5:59 PM

I usually go with dollar amount instead of share size. 2000 shares of a .50 cent stock won't get you much

aidan222sharpe
aidan222sharpe Jan 26, 18 6:01 PM

if you want to see sizing up to quick, check my profit/loss chart haha

Rollingball
Rollingball Jan 27, 18 10:13 AM

You shouldn’t set a position size in general. You should size your position according to the trade setup. Each one could be different

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