I've been interested in trading for 3 years. I've blown up 2 accounts, one stock trading (pennystocks arrr) and the other a spread betting account (In the UK it's legal to place bets on market fluctuations for anyone who's not familiar with spread betting).
I'm currently building my system to trade the Emini ES. I think I've got the entry and risk model right but still need to work on my exit strategy. I'm hoping to catch big swings as I only want to place 2 or 3 trades a week to keep me from over trading which is probably my biggest weakness. I'll share my ideas with you all soon.
Glad to be here & I hope to learn a lot from you guys.
I'm an intermediate day and I find this web page that seems interesting to share ideas and make this better.
I trade since 2 years ago in the european market reading the tape, volume and price action.
Well, it's a pleasure to stay here and I will share my trading ideas that can help someone to their trading.
Thanks for all and for make this possible, is awesome!
I'm retired and like like to make trading as a hobby, happy to find this site almost three years ago but still have nothing to contribute since I have no winning trades as of this year. hope in the future we'll all find our trading god.
Hi, my name is Keith. I divide my time between Denver and Texas. I have been trading mostly futures, mostly e-mini s & p 500, off and on for a number of years. Mostly I scalp; and, mostly I scalp because I find it very difficult to sit through pullbacks, plus I don't seem to be great at picking movement direction. So grabbing a few ticks... I have tried quite a few indicators with little luck, so now I mainly use just the price action itself.
I joined this forum mainly for the webinars and haven't had much time to look around but I have seen some interesting topics here so I plan to explore more thoroughly.
I am in Denver now and would be interested in meeting up with other traders in the area. I'm sure there is a way for us to contact/message each other directly/individually. If anyone knows of any groups etc. please let me know.
That's about it, thanks and successful trading to all.
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Just like some of you I've lost lots of money, but looking to gain it back by reading and learning from other fellow trader blogs and also sharing my experience with my successes and failures in trading.