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haafamillion May 04, 10:29 AM

Those guys have always been there. Maybe they've finally optimized their SEO and google is trying to "help" you. I'm seriously considering Penny Stocking Silver again. Study all the videos on Breakouts and Supernovas. Till then, I'm reading every blogpost and watching every YouTube vid by Sykes.

zinedu5
zinedu5 May 05, 7:05 PM

Thank you for your post. I've been following your posts and you write cool stuff. yeah there are so many penny stock gurus but most teach the wrong stuff(e.g use market order, buy a stock after three strong green days etc). I see these and I thank my luck for finding sykes. I've most sykes DVD but from I heard from other sykes students, roland wolf DVDis very good. Do you have his DVD?

kobayashimaru
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kobayashimaru May 06, 3:25 AM

@haafamillion Keep at it and it will pay off in the end, for me I find staring at the charts helpful, visualizing the price action as it plays out and trying to memorize the patterns. Along with the endless studying 😁

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Pops62
Pops62 Mar 11, 6:58 AM

Over analysing is something we all go through. Everytime I take a loss that is bigger than I think I should have taken, I go through a phase of fear to pull the trigger.

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Pops62 Mar 11, 7:07 AM

I get it nobody wants to go back to paper trading after trading from your account, but remember Sykes recommends doing just that when your not being consistent. I have not watched Trading tickers yet. It is high on my to do list! keep studying, keep your head up. It will come to you, I know it!!!

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kobayashimaru Mar 11, 4:32 PM

Simplicity, Fluidity and Flexibility are the best plans. Your mind for trading must be like water

heidiv83
heidiv83 Mar 11, 4:49 PM

Thanks for the comments all, I really appreciate them!

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Buldozer
Buldozer Oct 08, 18 10:36 AM

How long have you been into penny stock trading?

zinedu5
zinedu5 Oct 08, 18 9:45 PM

Since 2016. I was in post-graduate school when I found Tim Sykes, so I was just watching his video lessons and I bought HOWTOMAKEMILLIONS DVD, no trades. Until early this year decided to take it seriously and started paper trading, been paper trading for 10 months. why do you ask?

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zinedu5
zinedu5 Sep 27, 17 12:22 AM

@punkangel what option in StocksToTrade is free? I know it has $1 for a week and $179/month subscription. please confirm

punkangel
punkangel Sep 27, 17 2:35 AM

@zinedu5 I don't know, that's what I thought, too which is why I haven't used STT. I'd rather put that $179/month into my trading account or savings while I learn for now. I use ThinkOrSwim. It's "free", but you have to put some money into your account to get realtime data. I put $50 into my account, and it also has a paper trading option. I'd much rather use STT (it seems better geared for what I'm doing), but I can always switch later.

zinedu5
zinedu5 Oct 01, 17 10:57 AM

@punkangel I share the same thought with you, that's why i haven't subcribed to STT yet, All i do now is studying but i need a place to practice. ThinkOrSwim you mentioned will be a good place to start from while i continue studying. I know TDAmeritrade owns ThinkOrSwim, did you open a brokerage account with them before you can use the ThinkOrSwim trading platform? what account are you refering to? please help

punkangel
punkangel Oct 01, 17 12:59 PM

@zinedu5 I created an account at TD Ameritrade. That same account is what you use to login to thinkorswim. Until you put some money in the account, you will received delayed data (15 or 30 minutes behind the market). I put in $50 and I get realtime data now, but I've not used them for trading at all. Keep in mind that $50 because, IIRC, they charge $75 to withdraw money? Maybe I read that wrong.

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