Youn_gun706
Youn_gun706 Oct 07, 16 1:12 PM

I use Marketwatch its a free account as well

Dylanevers1990
Dylanevers1990 Oct 07, 16 10:11 PM

I just write down stocks that have great past history suitable to my trading style. Then i keep an eye on them and just wait for the right setups. A bit of a pain but it beats looking endlessly all the time which i seem to do anyways lol

PhdGamer
PhdGamer Oct 08, 16 12:07 AM

Hello, Tdameritrade offers a paper trading account when you sign up with them. Hope it helps. Good luck

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tomfinn92
tomfinn92 Sep 23, 16 4:45 PM

First a comment before my question ... I really appreciate your videos of the Opening Breakout Range, or even buying on a pullback, including the explanation of how you determine the range, how you use the 9 min and 20 min EMA lines, and use the parabolic dots as guides. One of the biggest problems for me is knowing the right time to enter (exit I'm usually ok if the entry is right), and your detailed explanations of additional indicators that can help with entry and exit setup will improve my

tomfinn92
tomfinn92 Sep 23, 16 4:49 PM

Question: I live in Germany and have a day job, so usually not home yet for the market open. Do you have a similar setup to the opening breadout / breakdown range that you use for afternoon setups? For instance, instead of looking at the first green and red 3 min candles after the open to set the range, could you use the 3 min first green and red candles at 1400, 1430, or 1500 and get similar results, albeit usually not quite as volatile? Thanks for your thoughts.

Jerome840
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Jerome840 Sep 24, 16 3:23 PM

If you are looking at a stock and it is on your watchlist, but it doesn't play out the way you wanted it to. Do you keep it on your watchlist list until your set up comes up or do you take it off?

Arussell125
Arussell125 Sep 24, 16 4:03 PM

Depends on if its a former runner or not

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timothysykes

Lots of people disappointed when there's a failed morning spike...why? You need to learn to adjust your expectations, not every trade will work out and on the ones that don't you get to see how disciplined you are about cutting losses quickly...it's win win, you either get richer or wiser, but EVERY trade helps you in the long run...video lesson coming soon

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Khermus
Khermus Sep 14, 16 10:31 AM

So true!! I can only trade in the morning on Wednesdays, all the rest is just buying afternoon dips for a possible gap up the next day. However, I did not find any trades this week. Of course I'm still getting comfortable with your strategy, so maybe I'm wrong. But I just don't see any clear patterns with the right catalyst to invest my hard earned money in. I've learned so much from you in just 6 weeks. You change people's lives for the good!

prometheo33
prometheo33 Sep 14, 16 1:35 PM

people just want to see action

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kmilo327
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kmilo327 Sep 12, 16 2:19 PM

@thekumar Everybody has emotions issues when trading. I'm also scare of losing money so I miss some trades that spikes without me and then I feel worst. I think successful trading it's 20% knowledge, 80% discipline, emotions control and consitency. That's why so few achieve something. Good luck !

TheKumar
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TheKumar Sep 12, 16 7:24 PM

@kmilo327 papertrading emotions and real money trading emotions are different is what im basically tryng to say

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