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noldie78
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I am glad to join this forum. I did spend a lot of time in a demo account and I blew some money on forex. It seems so hard to learn. I would like to learn it and be a smart trader like the few who are somewhere out there.
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Virginia Beach Virginia
 
 
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Hello Everyone,
First off, glad to see so many traders riding the roller coaster to successful trading. It is tough to throw out any profound nuggets of trading expertise, considering I have only been enthralled for a year. Say nothing of the fact that the few do's and don'ts that I have discovered are surely written somewhere in this amazing repository. I have blown up one account and I am now working on my second. It is going much better than the first, but I am still battling the emotion monkey. I guess I love watching a bad trade get worse and it's even more fun remembering what I told myself each time I should get out. "Well, it HAS to turn now...I mean this is ridiculous."

Well, as I make my way through the forums I hope to bring some light in here and there, but it will be tough to give back half as much as what's available.

I'll leave with a saying that I came up with when I first started looking into options.

"Call me up, don't Put me down."

Thank you.

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Scooby D
London England
 
 
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Hi - I have been trading for some time now. The future is automated systems for the likes of myself who struggle with emotion and discipline. I look forward to helping create real systems that work.

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 vuttrader 
Leeuwarden Netherlands
 
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hello, this is my first thread,
I just retired and hope to do some trading, I saw e lot of of things here on this webside and I hope (I am a beginner trader) to learn a lot and hope later on you can learn from my.
Good trading.
Vuttrader.

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LindaH
Minneapolis MN
 
 
Posts: 1 since Dec 2011
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Hi,
Linda here....Hope to learn something. I have a day job so I trade around it. Forex, stocks options.
Trying to get my Murrey Math up and running again.
Would really like info about data feeds. Don't want to pay by the month. I used data bull a couple of years ago. Would love some info about choices.

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 jkpdon 
austin,tx,usa
 
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Trading: es
 
Posts: 31 since Dec 2010

hey fellas whats up. new here and learning a lot

jk

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laredo512
austin,texas
 
 
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hi am abit stifled i cant download script,ie an mm one i' like,but i do see that its here which is a great thing to know.thanks

im an ew man mostly.

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jamesstriker1982
Brisbane
 
 
Posts: 5 since Dec 2011
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Hi everyone,

Thanks to Mike. I have traded futures for about 4 years now. Blew up once but otherwise done OK. I work in IT and recently worked on the trading news sentiment site Sentimize which was a real eye opener. A great site/company which rates the sentiment of news feeds around the world for traders.

I've been out of the market for the last few months, as was scared off by the eurozone issues. I hope to get back into it quite strongly in the new year.

Cheers

James

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 aoarmour 
new york, usa
 
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longtime trader, use momemtum models, interested in cci and adx. looking forward to reading your posts, tia

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damster
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Hi, this is a very good website, lots of extras, great job!!

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andrebkk1
Thailand
 
 
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Hello everyone, very hapy to be here!thank u !!!

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 Meee 
Huntsville Alabama
 
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It's a privilege to be on this forum!

I believe it's a great resource and know I'll learn a lot.

Thanks Big Mike and All!!

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bochen
Szczecin
 
 
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Hello,

I am just a beginner and i hope to learn a lot here.
Best regards to all of you.

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 wolfcuring 
ChangChun+China
 
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So happy to join this community.

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 yekehtaz 
los angeles
 
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I am a fairly new day trader and very excited about joining this forum. I was a none-elite member for a while and still benefited from all the available resources. Now that I am an elite member I’m confident that my trading will improve significantly. Two thumbs up to Big Mike for developing such a great site with vast amount of resources and information for novice trader like me. And all for almost for free of charge. Wow!! And thank you for all the indicators developers. Thanks again!

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 einstein 
toronto, canada
 
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new to forum. hope to learn a lot from articles and journals

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 khellian 
Solana Beach, CA
 
Experience: Intermediate
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Hi everyone. Born in the UK, I've lived in the USA since 96 and am currently in San Diego, CA. Have traded options for a while now, but find that I only make a profit through spreads which in the main are non directional. I hope to get a better handle on directional trading so that I can combine day trading and option spread trading together.

Looks like an outstanding bunch of people in this community and I look forward to being part of it.

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Delhi, Delhi/India
 
 
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new to forum. hope to learn a lot from articles and journals

Welcome einstein, You are at right place for forex journals and tips.

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 alexeifigueroa 
South Port QLD Australia
 
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Hi Mike n everybody I've known retail trading software for 3 years no success so far, hope to get some knowledge from everyone n share as much as possible.

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 yaseen 
Pembroke Pines
 
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Hi to all, i'm here to learn what to do as well as what to avoid to develop a trading strategy that I can use.

Peace.

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 satnamsingh 
Northridge, CA U.S.
 
Experience: Intermediate
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Trading: futures
 
Posts: 7 since Jul 2011
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Hello Mr. Milke and Everybody,
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy trading to all of you Wish you all the best in comming new year.
Wish you all the best to everone fellow traders. May God Bless with all happiness to all of us.
Thanks for Mr. Mike creating a WONDERFUL FORUM.
THANKS AGAIN.
Sincerely,
Satnam Singh

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init77
Switzerland
 
 
Posts: 12 since Dec 2011
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Hey toghether

I am a total newbie in the area of trading, but very interested. Currently I am accumulating general knowledge about trading futures and perhaps later also about trading options... I just want to get into it slightly with a more academic approach at the beginning and then see where it leads me to

Greetz init

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I am a fairly new day trader and very excited about joining this forum. I was a none-elite member for a while and still benefited from all the available resources. Now that I am an elite member I’m confident that my trading will improve significantly. Two thumbs up to Big Mike for developing such a great site with vast amount of resources and information for novice trader like me. And all for almost for free of charge. Wow!! And thank you for all the indicators developers. Thanks again!

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Lukegoluke
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Hey Everyone! long time lurker, first time posting. Somehow I came across this site and I love it. A big thanks to Big Mike for making and contributing to it. So real, so honest wise words of wisdom from him and others on the site. I have been trading for awhile, blown up a lot of accounts but still determined more then ever.. Goodnight, and Merry Christmas enjoy the Hoildays people. All the best for 2012!

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 eyetell 
vancouver bc canada
 
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I registered in this Forum quite some time ago, thought is was about time to become an elite member, thank you for the opportunity.

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 Amphilocus 
Milwaukee, WI
 
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Hi,
I am new to forex trading and new to forums. I jumped in and got me an elite membership ....lol
and then I realized that I dont know anything about forums and how to read crap in there.
I saw nice article names with promise to teach me something new but never could I find the real article, just a bunch of people arguing about it. I believe there should be a tutorial on how to hunt for the real information in this massive
and mostly confusing jungle of messages and opinions. Because for someone new to forums like this, the abundance of useless words can be very very discouraging.

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 nakachalet 
siam, west coast andaman sea
 
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Hi,
I am new to forex trading and new to forums. I jumped in and got me an elite membership ....lol
and then I realized that I dont know anything about forums and how to read crap in there.
I saw nice article names with promise to teach me something new but never could I find the real article, just a bunch of people arguing about it. I believe there should be a tutorial on how to hunt for the real information in this massive
and mostly confusing jungle of messages and opinions. Because for someone new to forums like this, the abundance of useless words can be very very discouraging.


Amphilocus, welcome to elite membership.

inasmuch as we only use this thread as introduction but your comments deserve a response, in my opinion. so excuse me everyone.

i'm mostly very sympathetic, especially during this joyous seasons of giving and sharing; but your introduction, namely: ....how to read crap, ....the abundance of useless words; seems to display inappropriate disregards and disrespectfulness toward every members at big mike trading, particularly those working tirelessly to provide free services to help other members to become more effectively and consistently profitable traders at no additional cost or at nominal cost.

perhaps, you are still recovering from the holiday spirits ingested night before?

many here regard what are being offered at bmt--ones of the very finest in the trading world in terms of costs vs benefits.

i really hope you would very soon learn to appreciate those exceptional offerings on site here for your own self, alright?

happy new year everyone. cheers.

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 Amphilocus 
Milwaukee, WI
 
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Amphilocus, welcome to elite membership.

inasmuch as we only use this thread as introduction but your comments deserve a response, in my opinion. so excuse me everyone.

i'm mostly very sympathetic, especially during this joyous seasons of giving and sharing; but your introduction, namely: ....how to read crap, ....the abundance of useless words; seems to display inappropriate disregards and disrespectfulness toward every members at big mike trading, particularly those working tirelessly to provide free services to help other members to become more effectively and consistently profitable traders at no additional cost or at nominal cost.

perhaps, you are still recovering from the holiday spirits ingested night before?

many here regard what are being offered at bmt--ones of the very finest in the trading world in terms of costs vs benefits.

i really hope you would very soon learn to appreciate those exceptional offerings on site here for your own self, alright?

happy new year everyone. cheers.

Thanks for the "warm welcome" and also for pointing me in the right direction... with the exact links ...lol. Your response explains why I used the words "discouraging" and "crap" Have a Happy New Year

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I believe there should be a tutorial on how to hunt for the real information in this massive
and mostly confusing jungle of messages and opinions. Because for someone new to forums like this, the abundance of useless words can be very very discouraging.

All new members are sent private messages with links to videos I have recorded or articles I've written that show them how to search and how to use the forum.

This thread is only for introductions. If you need help using the forum, create a new thread and ask specific questions. There is a big button on the home page that says "ask a question", if you don't know how to create a thread, it will do it for you.

Please do not reply here, as this thread is only for introductions.

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hello everyone
I too have lost money in the first 2 months of live trading using an automated system with no background of daytrading what so ever. I lost more money than i made because of me and not the system i was using between August and October 2010. I quit the automated system and went to sim. I did daytrading on my own in Futures on 1 min. charts reffering to 5 min charts for trends in CL: GC: TF. I use bollenger bands-set at 12; EMA-set at 20; sma- set at 10;using candlesticks and CCI for additional confirmation in NT7.
Since October-9 seven days a week from 6.30 pm until bedtime i have read and watched daytrading systems- BB; ema; sma; candlestick; cci charting facts and information. I am not sure what the wife looks like anymore but i learned where i went wrong-i think- plus i learned more about myself through being very open-minded and dam i have a lot of faults that needed to be straightened out before i do live trading again. I feel the $20'000 that i lost was worth it because iam now a better person and my goal is to get that money back through daytrading My entry is at 76% now but my exits need improving for i am still losing sim money because i either stay in too long or get out too soon. In time i hope to improve this.
ps big mike can i play the arcade now

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 Greatwest1 
Nelson, B.C. , Canada
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Ninja
Broker: IB.ca
Trading: Tf, 6E-soon, ES,CL
 
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Hey Everyone, Great Traders Alike ,
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 PATRICK53 
Brussels/Belgium
 
Experience: Advanced
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Trading: NQ,ES,QM
 
Posts: 1 since Dec 2011
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hi Mike and guy's
I'm new here and glad to join this group of people who take trading serious
after succesfull years trading i begon to struggle in 2008 and lost a lot of money
I spent k of usd for advice of the so called experts .
but for now i do my trades for myself and hope to learn from this group of people at this forum
I trade mostly the e mini's
thanks
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 rainbowchaser 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida. USA
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: NT
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Trading: YM,CL
 
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First of words.....Thank You.
I joined the forum this year and had passed countless hours reading and learning.
My name is Christian and I am a novice trader from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
I have been studying for just a year and my previous attempts to trade with real money on the futures market had put me on the red.
All the study for the last months had filled all the gaps that you only see when you study.
I am actually trying to trade with Perry's method but still I need more consistency to go live. Tried CJ Booth, excellent, but cannot afford the indicators due to the fact that I burned my account couple of times already.
Love the forum and feel the deepest gratitude for Mike and all the ppl like Perry, Sharky, fat tails, Erez, CJ Booth, The Wizzard, just to mention a few that with their inmense generosity try to share and educate us, the newbbie retailers.
Actually laid off from the construction industry I have had the time to study and trade although experiencing some hardships.
I live in the suburbs west of Fort Lauderdale, lots of green, tranquility and huge areas to walk with my rescued dogs.
Best of the year to come for this community.

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 laser1000it 
lombardia
 
 
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Hello all

I hope in a beatiful 2012

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Ahmmed69
Saudi Arabia
 
 
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After studying stocks fundamentals and technicals for last 6 months, I have decided to open an acct and start trading. Resigning from my job 2 yrs ago I thought it would be easy to get new one..but it has not been. So I thought stock trading might help me make some money to support my family (4 kids). I am not day trader. I still have long way before I go day trading. I just started with small amount to learn and see how things will go. I wish myself and all members a good luck. We do need to support each other and share all good ideas ..if possible to minimize our losses and maximize profits ..thank you all

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Hello Everyone –

I’ve been a hermit trader for quite a while, but am now joining BigMikeTrading forums to change that. I’d love to connect with any other full time ES traders. I mainly trade gaps and opening range trades. I’d love to hear from anyone else trading the same types of systems with the eminis. I’m also trying to find a ES scalping system that’s consistent & might have longevity.

I’m on the US east coast, been trading for eons, and am ready to connect with other traders with similar styles.

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 Controllpip 
Albuquerque, NM
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Tradestation & Multichart
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All

I'm a beginner, with day job, I have dabbled a little in trading, however I am much more determined to do it properly now. Im new to forums etc, hoping to integrate into the group over time, and share my knowledge/experience as I gain it. I have studied the Technical Analysis side ad nausium, read a few books, now trading on NT demo till I get into swing of things. Trading is a hobby and a passion. Very interested in developing great money management skills.

Thanks Big Mike, thanks all, may 2012 be prosperous!

DS

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 Maisie 
san francisco
 
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Aloha fellow traders,

I am a West Coast mom who is looking to make income by trading early in the day, leaving the meat of the day for housework/taking care of my ailing parents/picking up kids - family stuff. So far I've focussed on shorting pennystocks, under the tutelage of Tim Sykes. That is a strategy which really works well, and now I am looking to add one more strategy. I am in search of my own individual strategy - ideally something which I can be done with by 12 pm (9am EST) - a strategy for trading off the open. Am reading Al Brooks' price action books, which seem excellent.

My background is art and graphic design, which translates surprisingly well for stocks, as I can find patterns easily on charts - as long as I maintain consistency! you cannot train your eyes to see things when you keep changing the context with different indicators, etc. I'm currently keeping chart super simple - 5 minute daily, 12 day ema, that's it.

My account took a few hits recently when I made bad decisions, trading under severe emotional pressure - I supervise the care of two very ill parents and must remember I am not superwoman, and cannot trade when I have a lot to do for them.

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Jagged
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hi all,

first off, happy new year. i'm a beginner, i got a lot to learn. i trade for myself & i start small.

thanks

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 tukhoai 
cali, colombia
 
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Platform: ninjatrader
Trading: cl, tf
 
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I've got my handle hightlighted; woof

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ColdFire687
New York, New York
 
 
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Hey All

Thanks Mike for making the site. Glad to be apart of it.

Been trading futures for a few years now. Looking forward to learning a few new things.

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dallasdesi2008
dallas, texas
 
 
Posts: 6 since Dec 2011
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Happy New Year !!!
I am glad to be here and learn from other traders and share my experiences.

Thanks.

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rbwaran
CHENNI TAMILNADU INDIA
 
 
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I have good number of years in experience but no progress in economic condition. i decided take up forex a trading as home job after my former company has shut down. i did not find any alternative job opportunity to match my family expenditure. so i taken forex trading as my day job. i doing it for about 18 month. i dint have much desired progress. but i tried many strategies and failed to improve my account. when i anaysed my failures i found three intimidating thing which affects my progress.
i loss maximum when i have a tendency to withdraw to meet my family needs. that is when greedy to make more profit with high leverages forgetting about money management.
when hold my position without stop loss for avoiding loss and expecting market pullback. but market totally agaisnt my position. i lose my confidence and stop out my position after erasing previous gains and considreable part of investment.
i will give a considerable time gap after heavy loss and i will plan another strategy
and so on please read above paragraph.

so i found three factors which kills any traders account.
VIZ
GREEDY
FEAR
PANIC

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 simon77 
Bern, Switzerland
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NinjaTrader
Trading: ES Futures
 
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Hi folks

In the past I blew up my account several times. First I was (all-in) long from 2007 to January 2009, then I began to build up short positions (which was a good plan for around 6 weeks ;-)) I kept shorting the markets for the next 12 months (and shorted one of the largest bull market rallies ever).

In 2010 and 2011 I worked on my trading skills and I realized that I need to automate my trading strategies (as I simply do not have enough time for trading during regular trading hours). Thus I started to implement some strategies in NinjaTrader and quickly found this great community (via google when searching for some NT stuff). Currently I've some basic but working strategies, but never tried them in reality. My goal for 2012 is to begin again with real trading, this time automated with a proper strategy and strict money management.

Best regards and good trades

Simon

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 Coast 
Vancouver, Canada
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: iTrade Nexa
Trading: SLW
 
Posts: 60 since Dec 2011

Hello every one and a great New Year.

I am from Vancouver, Canada.
I keep Jesse Livermore as my trader philosophy.
I trade Canadian gold and silver miners. So far FR but want to look at NG and ELD too.

This is the year I begin as a trader.
I look forward to learning, and having a place to learn here.

Thank you for this forum Big Mike.

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SuppliesBeaches
Chicago IL
 
 
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Signed up at a few other message boards, kind of lost interest after weeding through page after page of chaff.
Still neck deep in a list of books I want to read (Elder, Carter, Persons, etc). The little I do know about day trading, I picked up from material readily available on the interwebs. Mostly interested in trading index futures (i.e. E Minis), but stocks, too. Still just in papertrade mode, never made a trade other than buying a few shares of blue chips and smaller growth stocks. My current (theoretical) trading system revolves around watching the vpoc, breakouts from the opening range for buy signals with some common indicators in positive confluence for confirmation, and using a parabolic SAR as a guidance for exits. It's pretty simple, I know. There are always people out there with more complex systems and set ups, which can be frustrating and intimidating. I would like to know more, and learn from those much more knowledgeable than me. Hopefully this is the place.

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TonyStarks
New York
 
 
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Hello all. I hope everyone had an excellent holiday season. A student of the markets and new to the forum I look forward to learning and being able to share with others all I can. Thank you Big Mike, for creating this great site.

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 Pilgrim66 
Chicago, IL
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: MultiCharts
Broker: MB Trading
Trading: Stocks/Futures
 
Posts: 1 since Dec 2011

Hello All!

Just want to give a shout out and say how glad I am to be here. I've been trading for a while with an emphasis on the silver market. Did really well this year untill about two weeks ago when I wiped out 3 months of profits overnight. I made the fatal mistake of believing that DSLV just couldn't go any lower!! Won't go there again.

Cheers from the Chicago suburbs.

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loujen213
Temecula, CA, USA
 
 
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Hello all,

I have been trading for about two years all over the place from futures, forex, options, etc. I have gravitated and spent much monies on programs and systems for the emini s&p. After much searching for the holy grail I have had to pause my trading due to my promotion at work to assistant principal in discipline. This takes much time so I have not been able to day trade. But...... Each break I get, like this recent Christmas break, I sit an read through this forum. I realized that I have a passion for day trading and that I need to just continue to learn and read for all the valuable information I have here in this forum. Thanks mike for this resource. I needed this two years ago. Thank you.

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UndTrade
indonesia
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2012
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Hi Mike
i'm Farhan from Indonesia
needs alot of guidance here
thanks

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 onnb 
Onn
Vancouver, Canada
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NinjaTrader, SierraCharts, thinkorswim
Trading: Stocks
 
Posts: 10 since Sep 2011
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hello all,

my name is Onn. i am a professional software developer and novice trader. i trade options on equities and equity indexes. i use mostly use Sierra Charts and thinkorswim.

glad to be here. looking forward to contributing to the forum and learning from others experience.

may we all have a health, happy and prosperous 2012
happy new year
Onn

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clinttx
Lubbock, Texas
 
 
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Glad to find this site...looks very interesting. I'm trying to determine how to download an indicator...but not having much luck at the moment. Anyone help with that maybe?

Clint

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mbas
Playa Del Rey
 
 
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Hi all! I am seeking a better way to trade as I have blown my share of accounts. I hope to find new insights to looking at the market, but I am most of all interested to read about how others have adapted their techniques (and really themselves) to the market. I firmly believe that my biggest obstacle in trading is that I have to better understand myself when trades are going in my favor and against it.

Thanks Mike, hope to learn a lot.

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 Squib 
Bavaria/Germany
 
Experience: Advanced
Platform: MultiCharts, MT4, NT
Trading: EUR/USD
 
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Hi everybody,

I'm from Germany and I'm glad to be now a member of one of the best trading forum all over the world.
I'm trading forex since about 2 years. I do this 100% automated. My current systems are running on MT4, but I'm about to get more familar with MC.

Looking forward for some interesting discussions,
Squib

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 agabekov 
Astana, KZ
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: CTS T4
Broker: RCG/CTS T4
Trading: ES, 6E, 6J, 6B
 
Posts: 3 since Dec 2011
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Hi Everyone.
I am from Kazakhstan. I have a very little expirience - only half-year trading stocks.
Wish everyone skill and profit.

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jfbal2207
Rueil Malmaison (France)
 
 
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Hi everybody,

I'm from France and I'm very glad to be now a member of your trader's forum with members from all over the world.
I'm trading forex since only 8 months ,
I began with discretionary trading and now I try automated trading with MC and also with NT (simulated trading)

I hope to have some interesting exchanges with the members of your community in the future

Jeff

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eelofi
Finland
 
 
Posts: 5 since Feb 2011
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Yep hi there,
located in Finland now (have been living in quite different places before) and wanting to be a professional trader. Mostly used OpenQuant and mostly happy with it. Happen to run across Ninja Trader while investigating something interesting and hence ended up here again. Interesting to see the huge communities around Ninja...

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Stanley Tweedle
San Francisco, Ca. USA
 
 
Posts: 13 since Jan 2012
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I'm new to daytrading but not new to the investment process. I spent 25 years in the mutual fund industry in various positions from; trader, analyst and portfolio manager. With all the recent turmoil in the investment industry I was given a buyout package and decided to take it, so here I am ready to try my hand at daytrading because I'm really not ready to go back to the asset management business just yet. It would be nice to be successful on my own and not have to worry about somebody else telling me "oh geez, you're overweight oil services and that's down big I think you should trim your holding and get back to benchmark weight".

My investment expertise is in basic industry, natural resource, telecommunications and gold companies. I also have expertise in the electric utility and gas utility companies. I'm currently trying to trade the ES and YM index futures and I also do some swing trades in the oil contract.

Here's looking forward to a great 2012,
Stanley

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 gcaldridge 
port charlotte, florida
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: NinjaTrader
Trading: Oil
 
Posts: 100 since Dec 2011
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I have spent close to $10,000 in various educational programs on trading plus have read dozens of books and attended dozens of webinars. This is what I have learnt:

1) Don't blow up my account by thinking trading is easy and I know what I'm doing. So far, I'm only smart enough to know that I don't know.
2) Trading is a business and/or a profession and just like I wouldn't expect to become a brain surgeon taking the amount of training I have taken so far, the same is true for trading.
3) To become a (successful) professional trader I have to change a lot of my existing behavior and habits. This will take a lot of exercises and work. On the one hand I compare trading to learning to be a surgeon but on the other hand I compare it to being a professional golfer or professional poker player. It is going to take a lot of hard, dedicated work and it is work on changing me.

I am looking forward to finding others who understand this concept and how much work this will take. I will share all I can, knowing that by giving, I will receive.

After this I will research the various threads to continue this conversation in what might be a more focused venue. If you relate to this short message, please let me know.

Regards

Geoff

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TimRacette
Chicago, IL
 
 
Posts: 2 since Jan 2012
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Hey Big Mike and the rest of the community. Name's Tim, I'm a futures trader here in Chicago. Been trading for about 5 years now. I'm not a huge fan of most forums, but I interact with a couple. I find it's a good way to keep my brain sharp by thinking about some of the questions posed by other traders. Also a great place to get feedback. Glad to be here.

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 Blash 
Legendary Market Chamois
Chicago, IL
 
Experience: None
Platform: NT8,NT7,TWS
Broker: InteractiveBrokers, S5T, IQFeed
Trading: The one I'm creating in the present....Index Futures mini/micro, ZF
 
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Hey there,

Scapling the NQ and ES during the morning and afternoons and I am seriously looking for a telephone trading buddy to be on the phone with for like hours and hours during trading bouncing ideas around for long or short etc. Most probably slightly before open to about 3 hrs in or about 10:45-11:00 central and then after the Doldrums too.

I use Ninja with Rancho and some of my own indicators and also use internals like VIX, ADD, NYSE NET VOL, TICK etc.

DON'T BE SHY!!!!!

Ron
847.219.9981

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SlowCoach
Osterley, London
 
 
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Hi

As my name suggests I am a Slow Coach, but once I understand how any particular system works, well I even amaze myself sometimes.

I don't have a clue about trading, stocks, etc. I sometimes watch the share prices on bloomberg, check the price of Gold, Oil, etc.

But I have no clue about the technical terms.

If you ask me, what I want to trade in, I will say, I don't know. But what I do know is, I want to learn the fundamentals of trading which will enable me to make money and control any losses.

I hope members here will be patience with me and my questions (some of them maybe be stupid and simple)

Thanks and Happy New Year

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 Loren 
Seattle, WA
 
Experience: Advanced
Platform: TradeStation
Broker: TS
Trading: ES, YM, TF, NQ
 
Posts: 11 since Aug 2011

Hi all. I trade the es, ym, nq, tf. You might see a pattern. I've also traded silver, back in the day, mid 1980's. Started trading the S&P in 1986 and had my best two days ever in October 1987.

I was hooked. I had taken a short position on Friday and held it into the following Monday. Look it up and guess which two days I am referring to.

I'm now looking at oil to see if a indicator I developed will work on it. It certainly trends nicely with big moves.

I use TS. I'm looking forward to utilizing the site and getting to know the community.

Loren (Art) Art is of course for friends only

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 vegasfoster 
las vegas
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Sierra Chart
Broker: Velocity/IB
Trading: 6E
 
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 trs3042 
Holland, Michigan
 
Experience: None
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Hi all. I trade the es, ym, nq, tf. You might see a pattern. I've also traded silver, back in the day, mid 1980's. Started trading the S&P in 1986 and had my best two days ever in October 1987.

I was hooked. I had taken a short position on Friday and held it into the following Monday. Look it up and guess which two days I am referring to.

I'm now looking at oil to see if a indicator I developed will work on it. It certainly trends nicely with big moves.

I use TS. I'm looking forward to utilizing the site and getting to know the community.

Loren (Art) Art is of course for friends only

Welcome aboard. We're all friends here on futures.io (formerly BMT) so I'll call you Art.
Looking forward to your insights.

Rick

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nybreed100
New York,NY
 
 
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Hello Everyone My name is Mark and I have been trying to trade the TF and the CL futures markets for 2 years.My introduction to the world of trading came via a membership in an educational company called Traders international.The ES market moves in stagnant moves and has confused me.I would be open to sharing my indicators and information,and be open to other's methodology that has has worked.I am still trying to navigate thru this trading forum. Mark aka Nybreed100

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Baron
Wilmington, NC
 
 
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Started swing trading a year ago after my real estate empire fell apart. Did OK and then changed to day trading. That transition cost me pretty good. Now starting to get the hang of day trading, technicals and mental. Have losses under control, need to let the profits come to me. Am reading constantly to learn, and looking forward to sharing whatever I can find that works.

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awathea
Bandung Indonesia
 
 
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Hi... All my name awa, from bandung Indonesia, I want to learn about forex, I want to tell my story I trading since 1 1/2 month ago... I was deposit in live trading 100$. In december my trade is sofar so good my accont growing up to 191$ I'm so happy and enjoy with my tarding... but 2 week ago, I was make wrong position and I use margin to large, and then price move down so fast I have 3 posistion buy, My big mistake I not use Stop loss...Ohh Good my accont drope until 57$, I am s sad... and dont Understand why this happen, Iam not read news, Im jus follow the indicator. 3 day Iam wait the price go move up, but yesterday the price go move down again so deep, until Call Margin... my acaunt drope until 00,1 $, oh Im so sad... I want to joint in this forum to fix my mistake in my trading sistem, To All my friend, I hope I can fix my trading sistem, help me ya...

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 Cloudy 
desert CA
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NT7, SC, ToS
Broker: AMP, DT, TDA
Trading: CL,NQ,YM
 
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Welcome to the boards. Maybe check out the trading psychology forums. Mark Douglas' books are good too.
From what you said it may be you were using too much leverage. You may need to learn where to set your stop loss and the psychology of following a stop loss if you need to. As for news, one doesn't need to trade by news, but it may be good to know when news is happening and which periods are likely to be more volatile than others so to be ready of any major price reaction. Good luck.

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myuga77
Charlotte,NC,US
 
 
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Hi All,
I am have joined recently and new to this forum.Looking for your help to gain knowledge in Stock trading.

with regards,
Myuga77.

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 bjorn97 
Netherlands
 
Experience: Advanced
Platform: NT
Trading: Futures
 
Posts: 6 since Jan 2012
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Hi everybody,

Am pleased to join in here.

As most made many, many mistakes during my "trading career". Greed, fear and anger were all part of it.

Been trading on and off for the last 14 yrs. Started out with commodities trading in the 90's. Yes, used the phone back then and waited for 10 minutes to get my orders confirmed....
Then moved on to swing trading European options, after that daytrading US stocks and "finally" daytrading US and Eurex futures.

This forum looks like a wealth of info and I am looking forward to that.

Cheers.

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badmovie
Montreal, Canada
 
 
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Hi all,

I have spent couple years learning about trading and still learning. I have other business besides trading. However, I'm planning to make trading my main focus in the near future if I get to acquire the skills for it.

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 trademan2010 
Seattle,<WA
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: TOS
Trading: Stocks
 
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Hi everyone I'M Randy and this is my first post in this forum. Have you ever felt like you've fallen down a rabbit hole and you don't know what this world is that you've fallen into?? We I feel a bet like that. The markets feel like a runaway train with no engineer guiding the train. So I'm here to learn and all I think I have to offer the group at this point is a willingness to learn and a strong desire to succeed at this crazy business and total curiosity about trading futures and the markets, is this Alice in Wonderland or what? So far I'm starting at Futuretrader71 and other places I should start my search for how to do this futures trading? Speak up by all means....

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Isaac
San Francisco
 
 
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Hello fellow traders.

PowerZone Trader here. Do Futures, love the leverage. Right now trading Gold quite a bit. I use NT 7, Mirus as my broker, an I MAC with VMware running Win7 Pro and NT7. Futures leverage is quite astounding, when you stop to consider. With a $1,000 trading account, you can control a $150,000 dollar Gold contract. That's $149,000 more than you have in your account. With a $2,000 account, you can control two contracts for $300,000. That's $298,000 more than you have in your account. And on it goes. Pretty astounding. I find that consistent, profitable trading is about 100 times harder than the next hardest thing I've ever done in my life. So for the life of me, I can't understand why I let myself blow out two accounts and kept going. Glutton for punishment? Or just trying to live the American Dream of financial independence, complete freedom from a boss and a time clock, and constant challenge and stimulation. I guess it's the latter. Took a trade earlier this morning and wanted to share. I'll share a post to a video of it, but first let me lay some groundwork. Over the two years that I've been trading, I have noticed that the most consistently predictable price action comes in the form of trend continuation plays I'll call the wave. Yes, you can learn about them in writings on Elliot Wave Theory. The idea is relatively straightforward. You set up your candles in range charts using Fib levels. I use a 21 as my mainstay. You have an initial thrust, usually at least 3 bars in length, followed by a pullback. The price retraces to a Fibonacci level, usually a 13 period EMA, but it could also be a 21 or a 34. 13 is most common though. The retrace could be one or two bars. Once the trade begins to move in the original direction (pro-trend) as evidenced by a complete candle bouncing off or wicking off the aforementioned EMA, you begin looking for an entry. I like what's called a second push entry. Actually, it's nothing more than a wave fractal, a smaller wave. Price pushes through the level set up by the completion of the resumption candle, pulls back, and pushes through again. That's my entry signal, assuming enough volume, right time of day, my head is clear, etc. The target should be 1.25 of the candle, or about 25 ticks. My stop is 10 - 20 ticks. I will try and use all the basic fib levels trigger lines and 200 period EMAs as guideposts to trade around, use as safety nets, support and resistance levels, stops and targets, etc.. So a logical target may be a couple of ticks before or after that 25 tick basic level if there is a 200 period nearby.

Money management, emotional control, philosophical attitude towards losses, a passion for learning and growing, a focus on the mental game of trading and learning how to meditate and rest are very important. Also, finding lots of time for fresh air, exercise, ( I mountain bike a lot), a healthy, high raw diet, loving relationships and having plenty of other hobbies and pursuits round out the successful trader, in my humble opinion.


Thanks!
PowerZone Trader

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 Gedman 
Seattle, Washington
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Sierra Chart/SC Data
Broker: Interactive Brokers
Trading: ES
 
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What a great find futures.io (formerly BMT) is. I've spent a couple of days perusing the site and am really impressed with the quality of the posts and the educational offerings.

Elite membership is a pretty obvious choice to gain the benefit of all that is offered here, so I took care of that detail today.

My trading efforts have been sporadic and relatively minimal over the years (too busy making a living to recognize the great opportunity trading provides). I got a little more serious about options a couple of years ago, but now am fully focused on intraday trading (stocks). I'm 'retired' so trading is my 'job' and I'm enjoying it very much.

Though my trading system is simple and focused, nevertheless there is a lot of information worth reviewing (and absorbing the aspects of it which may add value to an individual trader's approach). I've recently begun reading Al Brooks' new 3 volume set Trading Price Action (I have the first two volumes, the third hasn't arrived yet), as well as Dr. Brett Steenbarger's The Daily Trading Coach. Disciplining my thinking is the hardest part of trading for me.

Pleased to be part of the community and want to take this opportunity to wish all members a wonderful 2012.

Ged

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 sunlal 
new york, ny
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: TradeStation
Trading: ES
 
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Hello,
I am a new member of this community... even though I signed up a while back, I am just starting to get active in this forum. I primarily trade the ES & NQ using Market Profile. Although I am not a MP trader per se, I do employ MP concepts in evaluating the markets & it provides me with a structural basis for my trades. I come from a business background & am now trading full time as it is not only intellectually stimulating but also one of the few businesses one can engage in from anywhere in the world. I look forward to learning & sharing my thoughts with this community.
Sincerely/Sunlal

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silvested
Hildesheim
 
 
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Hello everybody , i'm a begginer trader looking for tips and advices on forex market , currently i do have a live account at zulutrade.

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traitor786
montreal
 
 
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HI guys I'm form montreal and have been trading for a year ruffly. I also have a tendency not to learn by doing research as I find most information out there is wrong or incomplete. I do not expect any difference if I was to pay for information. The truth is out there but it is buried beneath to much stuff that can lead to blowing a few account.

Because I am self taught just using ideas I have seen and then developing them my self I lack in the most basics of knowledge. While I excell in more complex issues that people dont seem to learn as it may not be needed (I was happy though to see that there are a few people on this site that are doing well using my kind of systems.

I consider myself very detailed oriented to a fault even. I really avoid learning certain topics as If I tend to overly focus on things I enjoy such as entry signals. Thanks to this site I'm finding a more enjoyable way to discover the topics that need work on. I dread the idea of learning money management! But i have already found some excell sheets on this form this site !

I use the sterling trader platform and know only how to place an order on it. stops trailing stops and such I have very limited knowledge of. I mean i understand them but I do not feel like I know them well enough to depend on using them on every trade. I have searched for info on sterling and it yielded no proper training.

Like risk management, proper order entry represents my main issue. A good understanding of the topic at hand in general, some detailed information such as spread sheets. but a missing piece in between. Maybe its my meaning style. I really need to see it being used or have some one guide me the first time.

Any ways that's me as far as trading goes in a nut shell. I also tend to babble alot and do it without any respect for grammer or punctuation.

I hope to help people with my unique knowledge and get help in some simple key things. but most of all just having people to share my thoughts with during the trading day or after hours .

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MindCoach
Cork Ireland
 
 
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A bit about me .... I've been studying the markets for a few years now predominantly forex with my favourite pairs being eurusd and gbpusd.

I was initially introduced to point and figure charting by a colleague and used to chart the currencies by hand, as a qualified draughtsman this wasn't a big problem in fact I still sometime hanker after those days of being able to lay out months of charts on the desk to get the "big picture"! The same guy consequently put me on to the Volume Spread Analysis/Wyckoff method of charting which I still use now as my every day methodology with candle stick patterns and trigger numbers and fibs thrown in for good measure!! Any more and the screen looks too crowded for me.

During this period I was also going through a period of personal development and have subsequently become qualified in NLP and EFT and the psychological side of trading is now of great interest to me and I hope to be able to bring some of my experience gained in how the mind/body works to help people along in our quest to become successful traders.

Best Thoughts

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mukeshdm
san diego
 
 
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Hello all,

I trade part-time, mostly using auto-pilot trading in OmniTrader to take short-term 15 - 20 min trades. I test my strategies using TradeIdeas and set them up in Omni-Pilot to trade them during the day. My goal is to make 5% - 10% per month on my capital using 4x leverage without holding any position overnight.

I am also interested in learning more about discretionary trading and am always looking for new ideas.

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Mukesh

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Welcome Mukesh, intresting to see some on come from your background searching to learn about descretionary trading.



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Hello all,

I trade part-time, mostly using auto-pilot trading in OmniTrader to take short-term 15 - 20 min trades. I test my strategies using TradeIdeas and set them up in Omni-Pilot to trade them during the day. My goal is to make 5% - 10% per month on my capital using 4x leverage without holding any position overnight.

I am also interested in learning more about discretionary trading and am always looking for new ideas.

Cheers,
Mukesh


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This place looks neat, it should be fun lurking around and getting to know everything.

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I'm looking forward to learning and contributing. Great atmosphere!

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I'm looking forward to learning and contributing. Great atmosphere!


Welcome Jason. I'm just as new as you. but curious to what your trading style is?

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I am new to day trading; I just started studying and sim trading the E-mini S&P in Jan 2011. I think forums are a great way to expand your knowledge, keep up with the times, and stay informed. I look forward to participating in discussions, and learning more about trading. Thank you Big Mike.

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Hi Big Mike and all,
I started investing a few years before the tech stock crash in 2000. A few years back I decided to learn more about the markets and ended up studying forex. Looking forward to continuing the journey and learning as much as I can on this site
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I am a retired former mechanical engineer, married & 2 adult children in the Netherlands. I try to build some practice experience in Forex trading, have an account at IB Brokers and am very pleased with them. One can trade virtually any stock, commodity, forex pair, or whatever with them. Up to now I have no problems with them. Everything is working fine. The only problem is myself. I have a perfect timing for the wrong direction. Well let's keep it short now.
The reason for this forum is that I want to step aside from my trading in favor of one or more trading robots. This is the time to admit my inferiority in this peculiar financial specialization. We humans have ruined the world and computers are taking over.
At IB there is not much choice on EA's and I found Mt4 as my favorite stand alone browser, so connecting the two is my present goal but there are problems for which I will post a second thread.
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A google search on a specific trading tool (Steidlmayer’s ‘volume strips’) led immediately to finding a post by Tigertrader on a Big Mike’s Forum which gave me exactly the information I had been seeking. The rest, they say, is history because that posting led me to look around the site and I liked what I saw: lots of recent activity, some great nuggets of interesting & timely information, and there appears to be a respectful & helpful tone to many of the conversations and in the leadership of ‘Big Mike’.

Of all of the forums I have visited, futures.io (formerly BMT)F had an immediate appeal and I will now call this home. As ‘Grapes” might say (if he were a trader): “way to go, big mike!” (grapes = don cherry = canadian thing).

For myself: a measure of visibility is essential to foster a greater sense of accountability; accountability is a big part of my “game plan”; I see being a participant here as helping in this regard. I’ll contribute what I can, which may that not much in the beginning and in the meantime learn from the rest of you.

Although, I have set up and funded my account, chosen my systems, developed my trading plan and am about to begin trading (again) next week, I will be sitting in on Big Mike’s webinar tomorrow … wouldn’t have been the first time I overlooked something.

You can find more about me on my updated profile, but in a nutshell: I want, one day, to make my “living” as an independent, self directed trader. Phase 1-b is the apprenticeship which starts now! (phase 1a was all of the research, planning, testing & admin-a-trivia that has gone into getting a funded futures account opened and a game plan set).

My best wishes for success to the rest of the futures.io (formerly BMT)F community.

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Hi,
I was looking for some information on NinjaTrader and have always been "googled" to your Forum. I get some interesting hints and thoughts and joined.
I am trading now for more than 20 years - was able to buy my first car from my profits and was also "lucky" to get my first loan to cover my big losses on short options. In these days it was more than lottery than trading.
What was missing was a strict money management and a trading plan.

I am working on my trading plan now for more than 2 years and it improves. Money/Risk Management is still not as good as I want it to be. But also discipline is improving and I am trying to keep emotions aside and use technology to keep cool.

I like day trading the NQ and swing trading on strong earnings stocks.

I am looking forward to getting new and different views on the topic and also support on the programming side.

Heads up and emotions down!
cu

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I'm a 45 year old that was fortunate to retire from my past career 5 years ago. I have been doing my best to learn about trading for these past five years and have learned just how much I really don't know.

I started dabbling with covered calls which led to spreads and then the market crash of '08 that wiped my trading account out along with much of my traditional investments. Post crash I dabbled in FX but didn't care for it. My current focus is the ES which landed me at Big Mike's. After checking it out the last few days I have discovered what appears to be a great forum with a wealth of information and an excellent community of traders of all levels that appear generally to be very supportive of one another.

Glad to be aboard and thanks to Big Mike for creating this forum!

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Hi,
I was looking for some information on NinjaTrader and have always been "googled" to your Forum. I get some interesting hints and thoughts and joined.
I am trading now for more than 20 years - was able to buy my first car from my profits and was also "lucky" to get my first loan to cover my big losses on short options. In these days it was more than lottery than trading.
What was missing was a strict money management and a trading plan.

I am working on my trading plan now for more than 2 years and it improves. Money/Risk Management is still not as good as I want it to be. But also discipline is improving and I am trying to keep emotions aside and use technology to keep cool.

I like day trading the NQ and swing trading on strong earnings stocks.

I am looking forward to getting new and different views on the topic and also support on the programming side.

Heads up and emotions down!
cu

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Welcome BB,
Financial management may improve for you if you look into 'Position Sizing' as lectured by
Van Tharp . He has been on the trading speaking circuit for many years now. I've attended and
feel right- to suggest you look into what he preaches- it may be what you're looking for.
Cheers, G.
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A google search on a specific trading tool (Steidlmayer’s ‘volume strips’) led immediately to finding a post by Tigertrader on a Big Mike’s Forum which gave me exactly the information I had been seeking. The rest, they say, is history because that posting led me to look around the site and I liked what I saw: lots of recent activity, some great nuggets of interesting & timely information, and there appears to be a respectful & helpful tone to many of the conversations and in the leadership of ‘Big Mike’.

Of all of the forums I have visited, futures.io (formerly BMT)F had an immediate appeal and I will now call this home. As ‘Grapes” might say (if he were a trader): “way to go, big mike!” (grapes = don cherry = canadian thing).

For myself: a measure of visibility is essential to foster a greater sense of accountability; accountability is a big part of my “game plan”; I see being a participant here as helping in this regard. I’ll contribute what I can, which may that not much in the beginning and in the meantime learn from the rest of you.

Although, I have set up and funded my account, chosen my systems, developed my trading plan and am about to begin trading (again) next week, I will be sitting in on Big Mike’s webinar tomorrow … wouldn’t have been the first time I overlooked something.

You can find more about me on my updated profile, but in a nutshell: I want, one day, to make my “living” as an independent, self directed trader. Phase 1-b is the apprenticeship which starts now! (phase 1a was all of the research, planning, testing & admin-a-trivia that has gone into getting a funded futures account opened and a game plan set).

My best wishes for success to the rest of the futures.io (formerly BMT)F community.

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Welcome, oh great Don C. fan. There's lots of talent here, as in many other rooms.
But this one is different- many useful contributions here. This is a big sign that many
experienced traders know that it's not the system , but how a trader handles it. So
there's very interesting ideas here. I'm working on the discipline aspect, management
just to let you know; and I like the futures: ES, YM, TF, etc.
Chat later,
Let's hope Don stays buying jackets and not trading ~~!!!
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Hi Mike,

I am brand new to trading although I have read many of the recommended books on the subject. Haven't traded a nickel yet, but looking forward to setting up an account and starting out in the next week or so. I watched the Webinar the other day on Instruments and Brokers and look forward to the others that you plan to show for beginners.

I am recently retired so I hope to be able to devote a lot of time to learning how to trade.

Looks like a great forum,

pnftrader

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First post, so here goes.

I retired at end of 2011 and desire to get into trading full-time. I have the time now. Don't yet know what all that means; still trying to figure out what direction to take.

In years past I have position traded commodities, mostly pork bellies, and traded stock options. Just closed out my account at ThinkorSwim and will be setting up a new account somewhere else, probably Optimus Futures, based on the reviews I've read here at futures.io (formerly BMT).

Not sure what I'm going to do just yet; probably focus on day trading the ES initially, but not scalping; and I'm in the process of learning to use NinjaTrader.

I also began taking a course in supply and demand trading this month and hope to base my trading on that approach. I like it because you can apply it to any market and timeframe. Lot to learn.

Looking forward to participating here as I get grounded and get up to speed.

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A google search on a specific trading tool (Steidlmayer’s ‘volume strips’) led immediately to finding a post by Tigertrader on a Big Mike’s Forum which gave me exactly the information I had been seeking. The rest, they say, is history because that posting led me to look around the site and I liked what I saw: lots of recent activity, some great nuggets of interesting & timely information, and there appears to be a respectful & helpful tone to many of the conversations and in the leadership of ‘Big Mike’.

Of all of the forums I have visited, futures.io (formerly BMT)F had an immediate appeal and I will now call this home. As ‘Grapes” might say (if he were a trader): “way to go, big mike!” (grapes = don cherry = canadian thing).

For myself: a measure of visibility is essential to foster a greater sense of accountability; accountability is a big part of my “game plan”; I see being a participant here as helping in this regard. I’ll contribute what I can, which may that not much in the beginning and in the meantime learn from the rest of you.

Although, I have set up and funded my account, chosen my systems, developed my trading plan and am about to begin trading (again) next week, I will be sitting in on Big Mike’s webinar tomorrow … wouldn’t have been the first time I overlooked something.

You can find more about me on my updated profile, but in a nutshell: I want, one day, to make my “living” as an independent, self directed trader. Phase 1-b is the apprenticeship which starts now! (phase 1a was all of the research, planning, testing & admin-a-trivia that has gone into getting a funded futures account opened and a game plan set).

My best wishes for success to the rest of the futures.io (formerly BMT)F community.

Apprenticeship ?

Are you referring to paying some one for the secret or guidance for that matter?

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Apprenticeship ?

Are you referring to paying some one for the secret or guidance for that matter?

Neither, my apprenticeship is in the doing: trade my account in real time / real dollars (as best I can using the knowledge I have gained to date); monitor my performance, continue to learn from a variety of sources and incorporate what makes sense to me to improve my trading methodology.

My "apprenticeship" is not about making bucket-fulls of money (that will come later). If I am still "alive" (in the monetary sense) by the end this year and can point to 2 accomplishments:
(1) a consistently profitable pattern in my trading (even, if, the profits are only counted in 'loonies' & 'toonies');
and (2) I am still gainfully employed in my day job & my wife hasn't left me & my dog hasn't died;
... then I will consider my apprenticeship complete, give myself a gold star and move to the next phase (which remains undefined at this stage).

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Hi fellow traders....

I am 48 years old, from Dallas, Texas and have been trading on and off for about 25 years, but results are nothing to brag about yet.

I am working towards making a career change to trading full-time over the next 2-3 years or so, since software developers (my current job) seem to lose marketability around 50 or so. I recognize though that I have some work to do to get there in an intelligent way. Currently focusing on Price Action Trading to simplify things and get back to basics.

My current interest is Forex and I am focusing on AUDUSD for now trading part-time at night and build up some capital prior to switching to full-time. I also have some interest in silver futures (SI).

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Hi Everyone

I am very new to trading. I am currently working in the IT industry as project Manager and live in Sydney Australia. I am 64 years old and am looking into trading to support me after retirement and at the sme time giving me something to do.

I started with Options in May 2011 and lost some money as I was not proactively managing my trades. This was due to work and I could not look at price movements at work.

I then stated looking at Eminis and and am now trading S&P 500 here again I am not doing well. The loss is less than that of the options.

I heart about Big Mike from a friend who explained the wealth of knowledge that Mike's web site has. I beome a Elite Member. Howver since I joined I have not been posting anything or reviewing anything. I have been tyravelling a lot and work has been hetic.

I will be away fror 3 weeks travelling overseas and will return to Australia. I will then start looking at all webinairs and postings on this site.

Please bear with me if my postings are limited as my knowledge is close to zero.

Thank you for your patients

May the trade be with You

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Hi everyone!

Like most day traders, I blew up my account a couple times and lost enough money to make most grown men weep. After I regrouped I started trading with common sense and with control of my emotions.

Later, I decided I wanted a forum to share my ideas as well as learn from others. I created my blog on April 17th, 2009 in order to meet this goal, as well as hold myself accountable for my trades and actions. I wanted a way to be able to lookback and ensure I was following my own advice.

The blog introduced me to a lot of fellow traders, some struggling, some doing exceptionally well. Talking with them everyday has really helped my trading and given me a lot of new ideas as well. In turn, I hope that I have provided them something useful that helps in their trading.

Since the blog did very well I decided to create this forum, and it was born June 11th, 2009. The forum was designed with the specific goal of having a small community of traders focused on making money. There are other sites out there but I never really felt at home with many of them, their userbase is too focused on proving someone wrong instead of trying to help.

You can find some more information about me in my profile.

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I have good number of years in experience but no progress in economic condition. i decided take up forex a trading as home job after my former company has shut down. i did not find any alternative job opportunity to match my family expenditure. so i taken forex trading as my day job. i doing it for about 18 month. i dint have much desired progress. but i tried many strategies and failed to improve my account. when i anaysed my failures i found three intimidating thing which affects my progress.
i loss maximum when i have a tendency to withdraw to meet my family needs. that is when greedy to make more profit with high leverages forgetting about money management.
when hold my position without stop loss for avoiding loss and expecting market pullback. but market totally agaisnt my position. i lose my confidence and stop out my position after erasing previous gains and considreable part of investment.
i will give a considerable time gap after heavy loss and i will plan another strategy
and so on please read above paragraph.

so i found three factors which kills any traders account.
VIZ
GREEDY
FEAR
PANIC

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