Skiwi
Skiwi Aug 31, 17 4:35 AM

These small copycats of bitcoin with different models just feel like a ponzi scheme to me I dont care how valid it looks, fact is bitcoin still has no use in my daily life

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sebastrades Aug 31, 17 9:18 AM

@Skiwi thats your take on it and it respect it, but like I said it my opinion based on my research, they are a lot of Ponzi schemes out there, and this company is different. and I guarantee you in the future it will have use in your life and a lot more people than you think, but it will be worth a lot more by then, I understand what it is, and just in the past month my 11k worth of bitcoin Is now worth almost 19k.

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tilottamasblessings

@sebastrades Hey man, when you started trading, can you please list the strategies you stuck with. I have been studying fo 2 months now but the picture is everywhere and I dont feel I have mapped a straight plan of attack.I am going to start paper trading to get my feet wet. Any further advise will be helpful

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sebastrades Aug 29, 17 10:53 AM

I was buying mostly breakouts, for me I try to get in anticipating the b/o because a lot of times I got faked out, so I wanted a lower entry for better r/r, also just dip buying stocks with nice volume/charts/price action, just try not to get caught chasing, it happened to me a couple of times, and even though I was able to profit here and there, it wasn't a strategy, don't chase there will be good plays all the time just wait for them and try to get a nice entry point. it will just be trial and

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sebastrades Aug 29, 17 10:56 AM

I was hit by a dd head on about 3 weeks ago so I've been away for a little but ill have a play here and there, the market has been a little harsh lately, especially on earnings and b/o's, its been mostly momentum plays lately, just be ready to adapt to the market and recognize what's running

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sebastrades Aug 30, 17 3:34 PM

yeah drunk driver.. and thank you, I appreciate it!

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april4

@sebastrades impressive profit chart......congrats buddy and continue to inspire us...were u a challenge student? you never traded before 3'17? if you get a chance can you share your trading journey?

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sebastrades
sebastrades Jul 25, 17 8:58 AM

Thanks man! and no I wasn't a challenge student, but Im planning on applying pretty soon, and I started trading in January 17! And yeah I will for sure, hopefully I get my computer issues resolved tomorrow and ill do a video on it!

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april4 Jul 26, 17 10:18 PM

@sebastrades gotcha.....loooking forward to your video...what all prep has gone before you started trading?

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sebastrades Aug 08, 17 12:47 PM

@april4 not much prep, mostly just studying and getting my feet wet with small positions, I still have a lot to learn but a lot of things have started to click and make more sense

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coreygulick Jul 04, 17 9:58 AM

Cool videos! Since you asked for feedback I'll say this one thing. Get excited and speak with enthusiasm, I only say this because stock trading is pretty boring already so you have to livin it up if you want people to watch. How do you think Tim does it? He has a lot of passion and you can since it while you watch his videos. He has a way to get people to keep watching, honestly I only made it a few minutes into your video before I couldnt watch any more. If I made $6,000 in one day, I'd be doin

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allyls88 Jul 04, 17 11:42 AM

great videos they help bring knowledge that didn't make sense yet together and i like watching the live trading they are just so quiet especially now that its ac time

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sebastrades Jul 04, 17 11:08 PM

@coreygulick I appreciate the honest feedback, thats what I need brother, and I completely agree with you, so thats something ill be working on!

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juliansol
juliansol Jul 03, 17 1:57 AM

@HUGO_BOSS But how did you do it though? What are the things that you watch?

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TradeWell2019 Jul 03, 17 11:34 AM

most of it is common sense for me but ive learned key things from tim sykes and his top student tim grittani

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huperauxano Jul 03, 17 6:06 PM

Pennystocking Part Deux has Tim's 7-part setups that he refers to often: #5 pattern, #6 pattern, etc.

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