Day traded stocks 10 years ago part time. Net result: small overall loss.
Day traded google calls 5 years ago. Net result: small net gain.
Decided to stop trading and read/study as much as I could.
2013 is the year I start up again hoping to stay with it and become full time and profitable.
Optometrist by trade. Semi-retired. Not any retirement built up- too much recession in Ohio over the years and poor money management. So this trading endeavor is muy importante-it's called survival-make or break time!
Does anybody have experience with the trading school advertised on the radio (s&p futures) You get a 30 minute live feed as a free intro.
Does anybody have an online trading broker suggestion to start my account?
The following user says Thank You to savannahtrader for this post:
I am new to forex trading. My name is Svilen and English is not my primary language so I hope you understand.
In this forum I heard from a friend but unfortunately currently studying serious trading, platform for trading and also in addition I work shifts so I'm not very active for now ... sorry about that.
All good by me. Success!
The following 2 users say Thank You to Svilen for this post:
Created an account a while ago and forgot to introduce myself. I've spent some time reading through some journals. and it's fascinating reading. With a day job, I need to figure out how I can slowly get into trading. I like the idea of day trading as you are not in the market for any duration, so this is where I'll focus my reading.
The following user says Thank You to Photon for this post:
Hi everyone. I've been trading two years now and I too blew out my first two accounts. I'm trading with a solid plan and much more patience. I am becoming more consistent now and I'm looking for ways to improve my dome. looking for more levels on the ninja dome so I can see big money. Any suggestions? Thanks- Gio
The following user says Thank You to giovanni8992 for this post:
Based in London and looking to day trade US stocks. Glad to join forum and look forward to building experience and skills slowly and carefully with a view to day trading full time in the future. Taking on board some of the doomsday warnings of day trading but keeping an open mind and researching a ton of books.
The following 3 users say Thank You to CPF1 for this post:
I'm a student currently studying in London, England. I've always been interested in trading/investment and after having read a few books I've decided to finally apply it and set myself on the long journey of becoming a successful trader.
Looking forward to talking to others on this forum and learning more.
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