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ixbeavisxi
ixbeavisxi Nov 11, 17 10:26 AM

Finished reading your post. Good sh*t. Looks like your mentality is on the right path. I'll be in the trenches soon enough. Just tryin to finish HTMM before I start.

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Radoslaw Nov 11, 17 10:29 AM

@ixbeavisxi HTMM is a solid start. I try to watch as much as possible everyday. Learning never ends and my advice as a newbie is when you start trading review every single trade :)

ParadiseTrader
ParadiseTrader Nov 11, 17 11:27 AM

Great job being through. Keep it up. This is excellent. I am going to start adding the chart to my trade journal.

Torkers
Torkers Nov 12, 17 4:57 PM

very nice - i will start doing this myself - great tip!

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Handiman

Tim, I need a shoulder to cry on. I must have a learning disability. I am 57 years old and obviously a slow learner. Could be the age? I have watched so many of your DVD's and I get thinking I know what to do but I don't. Here's the truth: I buy at the top, sell at the bottom, get in too early, sell too late, cut winners short, add to losers, miss out on the big moves, etc., etc. I've won a few, lost a lot. I've taken a $15000 account down to $8000. I see myself blowing my account but I have a hard time quitting. Is my story a unique one? What do I do. I work full time, glad to have a job but would like to trade successfully to get my retirement in order. Okay, i'm done crying. What's your advice?

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PeteMcC0y Oct 22, 17 9:26 PM

only trade the best set ups... change mindset on trading. Be a retired trader and ask every yourself every trade, "is this worth my hard earned cash"? you got this man. just believe in yourself and trust the process

ixbeavisxi
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ixbeavisxi Dec 09, 17 10:55 PM

I'm a slow learned myself. I remember @timothysykes mentioning that he's also a slow learner himself in HTMM. What I do even if it takes longer than the appointed time in each DVD is take notes, pause, rewind until I got the notes I need to move on. This helps me out understand a whole lot more than listening the DVDs and say I've studied.

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timothysykes Dec 09, 17 10:59 PM

Learning slow is the way to go, it saves you a ton of $ in long run!

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Noble1222 Dec 10, 17 5:34 AM

handiman - if you're not keeping a trading journal, consider starting one today. print all your trades' charts and go over your entry's and exits. then watch tim grittani's trading tickers and as many of mark crook's webinars where he emphasizes buying off of key support levels. and size down until you begin to gain confidence. you're not too old to learn, i know because i'm in a similar situation. good luck, stay positive.

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ixbeavisxi Oct 12, 17 3:07 PM

I'm not trading yet; studying at the moment and should be on the field by late Nov/early Dec., but one thing I can say is stay in. I heard Roland's story and he lost like crazy around this time last year. and was about to give up Look at him now!

OmarMondragon
OmarMondragon Oct 12, 17 3:37 PM

Yeah, that is very true! It's tough accumulating losses but there will be a reversal soon! Take small positions sizes when you start trading with real money, I got lucky a few times with my first trades but it will bite you in the rear.

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wannabestocktrader Oct 12, 17 5:37 PM

Thanks for sharing, and good luck! It's definitely a struggle, but you just have to keep working hard at it.

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Handiman

@timothysykes RTNB Sept. 30 new sais this company has sold all it's assets and the CEO has stepped down. How does one trade this company on this kind of news?

Handiman
Handiman Oct 01, 17 11:02 AM

I'll have to stand in the background and sit this one out and just watch. Been having a bad run of late

ixbeavisxi
ixbeavisxi Dec 09, 17 10:52 PM

Free Mark Croock webinar that's very helpful. Finally watched it's entirety with very helpful info.

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