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 prd1 
Charlotte NC US
 
Experience: None
Platform: thinkorswim
Trading: Emini ES
 
Posts: 1 since Feb 2017
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Hello,

Have been trading equity and index options for a bit. Got curious about futures and came across this forum while searching for material on the subject. Great to be part of this community, and look forward to learning/sharing as I embark on this leg of the journey ...

Cheers.

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asdffsda
edmonton canada
 
 
Posts: 1 since Jan 2013
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Hey All! I've been through all my finance studies and worked the industry for a number of years, but just now am setting out on my own to (Hopefully) make some money.

All assets interest me, and right now I've turned my attention to the futures markets.

Looking forward to it!

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robertdsa
kuwait
 
 
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Hello Everyone,
at one stage I too blew up my account. But lately I have started trading with JM Financial and they have a policy of 50% equity stop out. So, even if my positions are liquidated, from my remaining balance in the account I can make out for the living. Not like those who liquidate your positions at 10% or 0% equity where there is no chance of recovery.
I loved this company and their customer service.

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nazad
Grand Prairie
 
 
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I joined the futures.io community several months back, after having been an avid anonymous reader for several years. I hope I can contribute something useful at some point.

For now, I just wanted to say

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d277746
Apopka Florida/USA
 
 
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Hello everyone!

My name is David, I started trading in 2011. I blew up a couple accounts and decided to take a slower, progressive and methodical approach to trading. I just would like to thank everyone for sharing info and experience on the markets, my focus is on trading e-mini futures I use CQG Trader as my platform and chart with thinkorswim. I wish the best to all of you!

David

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PoquitoTrader
Yuba City, California
 
 
Posts: 1 since Feb 2017
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Hello everyone,
I've been practicing day trading off and on for quite a while, Futures for the past 14 months. I am joining the community to lean from those who care to share their successful concepts and tactics . I additionally would like to post my work in the form of screen captures and journaling my daily actionable events through each trading day.
My goal in this MY trading businesses is to daily consistently earn a "little bit" and grow my account into A LOT.
I have identified my greatest weakness in my trading activities and am very, very focused on exercising that demon.
Accountability via this community, I feel will help me tremendously.

In advance, thank you to all who share here.
P.T.

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fhx13
Melaka, Malaysia
 
 
Posts: 3 since Feb 2017
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Hello Traders,

after having been a contrarian investor for years, I have recently started active trading. I love commodities, especially Crude, Gold and industrial metals. Trading is my passion and it is in my blood (my grandad was also commodities trader). So, I decided to use my meager heritage to fund a trading account and switch careers (I'm a Software Engineer by trade) in order to become an independent commodities trader. After all, my buy and hold strategies based on value should work there as well ... no wait

Yap, as you can imagine, an initial and very refreshing drawdown of 20% has prompted me to learn more about proper risk management, money management and trade (as opposed to "investment") strategies. The wealth of information and misinformation out there is stunning, intimidating and confusing. To find real gems in all the rubble is a daunting task. That is what brought me here. From what I have seen so far, this forum looks very promising.

Currently, I'm in stage 2 of trader development: I know that I don't know much. I'm still struggling to develop a proper trade plan, especially to decide on a concrete strategy to commit to, test it and learn to execute it. Auction market theory and behavioral finance resonates with me and allows my analytical mindset to approach the markets and make some sense of what is happening there ... at least better than, let's say, moon phases (no offense to those who like to use them).

That's it about me. I'm looking forward to interacting with all you different traders out there, learn from you guys and contribute what my humble knowledge permits.

Sincerely yours
- FHX

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Bilbolinski
Miami, FL
 
 
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Greetings I'd like to introduce myself here as an up-and-coming futures trader. I come from a different industry but have got my feet wet in the past with stocks - this appears to be a different animal in and of itself and I like it! My mindset has me looking for consistent, small gains to augment my income from my "desk job," slowly building my account. I'll be utilizing MD Cloud or possibly TT, as I am looking strictly for a web-based solution ATM to fit into my lifestyle.

As one who loves and appreciates forums, I'm glad to be here - been lurking for a while now and hope to add my useful info in due time!

Cheers all.

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 Thilo1979 
Hannover - Lower Saxony - Germany
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NT8, Tradenavigator, MT4
Trading: Currency Futures, German and US Index Futures, Commodity Futures
 
Posts: 4 since Jan 2017
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My name is Thilo, I live near Hannover in Germany, and used to work as an anaesthetist/anaesthesiologist, now I started a new career as a general practitioner.

I started trading about 10 years ago, first with funds, stocks, knock-outs and other certificates. First I went down to lower timeframes, started trading CFDs, lost some money, now I went back to higher timeframes and added commodities.
The main part of my money is in a boring dividend and value investing depot, sometimes I add some shorter term stock trades, Dogs of Dow and similar.

Since 6 months I am trying commodities and future-CFDs, I usually try identifiy a seasonal possibility for a trade, I check the COT-report, market sentiment and chart analytics, and enter the trade.
I got some nice trades and a few looser in these months, I am profitable with this, but I do not feel sure of what I am doing, for example even choosing the distance to SL is so different to trading stocks in the ultrashort or the long turn when trading futures on a some week till month timeframe in between.

I hope to find here some experienced traders and some good advice for my journey to commodities!

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vpita
Valencia + España
 
 
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Como estais !!!!
Me he apuntado en este foro porque estoy intentando aprender en el tema del trading.
Estoy seguro que con todos los que sois algo se me quedara.
Espero que me ayudeis y si puedo compensarlo asi lo hare.
Gracias y Saludos

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 Richovercash 
San francisco
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: IB, TD
Trading: Silver, Emini, Gold
 
Posts: 1 since Feb 2017
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Hi my name's Rich. I've been trading futures and options for 4 years using Elliot Wave, and Technical Analysis. Recently been incorporating Hurst Cycle timing.

From November of last year I dove headfirst into learning how to code with Python, and have been playing around with Quantopian, which I've found has serious limitations from a TA standpoint. Now looking for the right trading platform to begin testing strategies, any advice is welcome; API with IB, Tradestation, Metatrader...

I use Tradingview for charting, and both IB and TD as brokers at the moment.

Most recently, I'm interested in Neural Networks, but am a complete noob in that area. Again any advice in ;earning how to train an algorithm, or in the general area of machine learning for trading would be GREATLY appreciated.

Many thanks
Rich

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Dmarc
Indianapolis
 
 
Posts: 1 since Feb 2017
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Thanks Mike for your efforts in building this forum. Hope to be a contributor in time.
Not completely new to trading. Always been an amature but, getting a bit wiser with age.
Would like to achieve the level which gives me option to go full time and meet or exceed my current income level.
Spent many hours reading post here before joining so I know there are many gracious and successful traders which to learn from.

Looking forward to learning and sharing.

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Bpositive
Ridgewood NJ USA
 
 
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Hello Mike and fellow members!

I have been trading futures for the past 9 yrs and I have had varying success. I look forward to reading and participating in this forum and learning more from each other. I believe the best way to stay profitable is to limit my losses and keep my risk in line with my goals and size of my account. Be positive and stay positive! Thanks !

Good trading

Bpositive

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 shevek 
Bangkok, Thailand
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: TradeStation
Trading: JY, CL, SF, GC, EC
 
Posts: 5 since Feb 2017
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Hi there,

I've dabbled in active trading for almost 10 years, since I was in my mid-20s. Got inspired while studying securities analysis in my MBA, started with CFDs and blew an account. Moved on to forex robots (bought, not built), and blew another one. Finally built some wealth doing value investing, and currently run my own business doing something else entirely (partly computer-related).

Now back at trading, with futures this time, on TradeStation, and using only a very small portion of my net worth. I've been writing algorithms mainly based around line break charts or on the RSI on traditional candlestick charts. Line-break looks good in backtesting but performs unpredictably in sim testing. That won't surprise anyone. RSI still isn't giving me pleasing results; I still have trouble with basic EL things like getting setStopLoss to work reliably. Not trading anything live currently.

I look forward to learning from you all, and hope I can offer something when I've got this nailed.

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yeeps22
barcelona
 
 
Posts: 2 since Feb 2017
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Un saludo para todos, soy de Barcelona y opero a diario opciones sobre acciones y futuros. Me interesa mucho aprender a operar futuros, CL, ES, espero aprender mucho de vosotros y si en algo puedo ayudar estaré encantado.

Enviado desde mi SM-N9005 mediante Tapatalk

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 kenneyhouse 
walnut Creek, CA USA
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NinjaTrader
Trading: ES, CL, GC
 
Posts: 1 since Feb 2017
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Hi,
I've been trading on and off for 10 years. I had to take a break because of my children but excited to get back into trading.

Jill

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tomasos
VALENCIA SPAIN SPAIN
 
 
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Hola a todo el mundo,

Soy un trader con unos 5 años de operativa en real, autodidacta, opero desde Valencia (España), índices europeos y americanos, domino poco el inglés, trabajo con la plataforma Ninja, estoy centrado en el análisis de mercados desde el punto de vista de Precio y Volumen, he tenido momentos críticos de "tirar la toalla" pero los he superado y aquí estoy con ganas de seguir aprendiendo y perfeccionando mi trading.
Espero poder compartir y ayudar en lo posible y agradezco el poder ser miembro de esta comunidad.
Un saludo a todos.

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yeeps22
barcelona
 
 
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Un saludo a los miembros de foro, soy de Barcelona y llevo solo 2 años operando principalmente opciones, espero aprender en este foro, sobre todo a operar futuros y si puedo ayudar estare encantado de hacerlo,

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 rswestgate 
clemmons,nc USA
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: MetaTrader
Broker: Oanda
Trading: forex
 
Posts: 1 since Dec 2016
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My introduction:

I started trading Stocks in the mid 90s on a short term basis, including some day trades. I had modest success and after six months was up about 25%. Then I made the mistake of buying a stock that was recommended by 2 analysts. Accounting irregularities were soon discovered and the stock tanked and I lost the 25% I had gained.

About 6 years ago I purchased some of Larry Williams books and became interested in Commodities. I paper traded for a while then about 3 years ago started trading with real money with a modest amount of capital. I lasted about six months. The First two trades wiped out a third of my account and after that it was a slow death. I certainly did not managed risk.

Then early last year a co-worker suggested I look into a penny stock that a member of his church was following, I decided to buy and soon afterward the stock went up 5 times. I decided to bail as the stock tumble down and got out with 3 times my money. Now I was hooked again.
Since then I have purchases and read books on trading and have looked at various markets trying decide what markets I should trade and how I should trade. Back in July of 2015 I decided to look into forex trading and have been studying the forex market which includes paper trading. For the last 9 months I have been trading forex with real money and with a very small account. At this point I would classify myself as a break even trader.

Currently my day job is CFO of West Third Street, Inc and Affiliates. The primary business is real estate with companies that develop software applications.

I hold the following designations. CMA (Certified Management Accountant) CFM ( Certified in Financial Management)

Cheers and good trading

Roland

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Trader27
Smyrna, GA
 
 
Posts: 7 since Jan 2017
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Hello, I am new to trading. I have been paper trading the S&P e-mini.

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fikri
alhoceima + maroco
 
 
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hi every one

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 BlacksheepEsq 
SAN JOSE
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: NinjaTrader
Trading: ES
 
Posts: 5 since Nov 2016
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Well, it's been a long time coming as I have been putting off intros for at least a month since joining Futures.io. But after reading Mike's auto generated welcome message, I was persuaded to take the time to explore the blogs further.

I can't be the only one in the particular situation that I am. My programming experience is essentially zero and I am frustrated by my professional career and would like supplement my income with trading income. If nothing else it would buy me a little peace.

The fact that I have no programming experience is a little galling since in undergrad I tutored logic and even wrote a thesis on predicate logic. That's irony for you.

I'd like to learn C# so that I can tackle handling my own coding instead of having to depend on the good charity of some of the people I've seen on the forums. The expertise and generosity of some of the members (Fat Tails, I'm looking at you) astounds me.

Problem is, like many people, who has the time to learn coding properly?

Enough of that. Some background is in order. Native Californian, mid-30s, attorney, currently (attempting to) trade the ES, special interest in the precious metals, opened a NT account in September of 2016 and have lost $1,800 so far trading on Election Night (dumb). What else? Hopefully that comes out in the coming days.

Thanks to Mike and the rest who take interest.

Best trading to all.

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Scalius
Gatineau, QC, Canada
 
 
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Hi all,
I have been trading stocks for many years, Forex and options more recently (4th year). I have a portion of my stock positions around mid/short term swing trading while my long tern investments are primarily dividend oriented diversified across many sectors both US and Canada. I even own some great mutual funds (yeah some beats the market).

My forex trading are for most short terms and have been quite successful so far using very simple strategy. I find forex to trend more than stocks with a more predictable course. Black swan events in forex are rarer.

I am entering my fourth year in options and hoping I will continue my progression. I have lost money on 1st year, broke even on my 2nd and made money on the 3rd. Let's hope the same cycle do not repeat! I am working on my business plan and refining some of my trading strategies. My goal in this 4th year is to totally "own" my trades rather than follow someone else's ideas. I have found that my opinion counts and do things right while some pros are doing it wrong. I guess it is a question of self-confidence.

This forum seems geared towards futures (which I can't trade in Canada) but found many posts on stock options which is why I decided to join.

Cheers all and happy tradding!

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 NQQuant 
Minneapolis MN
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NinjaTrader
Trading: NQ
 
Posts: 1 since Feb 2017
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Great forum Big Mike! I decided to finally become elite because of the great information your site offers. Also seeing as custom built indicators cost at least $100 you provide a great value for the money especially if you are a trader that needs additional indicators. The community posts have been a nice addition to my trading and I look forward to giving back to the community.

Sincerely,
NQQuant

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valentina11
Mill Creek WA
 
 
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Hello. My name is Valentina. Trading is still a mystery to me. I hope to learn this trade and be in tune with the market and understand it. I'm a loner but don't think that is compatible with learning to trade. I'm glad there is a place like this- you're sort-of hiding but still can pick a little to the outside world. I wish good trading and fun doing it to all who are here.

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 jbmiguel 
Weston Florida USA
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Ninjatrader8, Bookmap
Broker: IB, Rythmic, IQ-feed
Trading: ES
 
Posts: 25 since Jul 2015
Thanks: 12 given, 9 received

Hi All,
My name is Mike I've been lurking for a few years (time/work, life permitting) and recently have a new position that allows me the free time to start trading again. I mostly swing trade options and futures but would like to season myself with enough knowledge and discipline to day trade the e-minis.

Look forward to a positive exchange for all to benefit.
Cheers, Mike

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artrep
naples fl usa
 
 
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Hoping this post lands in the introduction area- that is where it is intended to go

Joined this group after asking many questions on line and kept finding solid answers right here!

Primarily trade /CL and /DX.

Have only been trading futures for 5 years. Trade minimum 8 hours a day. The market seems to come easier for me after several years of a difficult learning curve.

I've never participated actively within a trading group. I hope to be able to make a contribution to others.

Thanks all,
Artrep

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daveddj9
Henderson
 
 
Posts: 6 since Feb 2017
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Hi all my name is Dave and I am completely new to daytrading. Every facet is something new for me. I began doing some research and many of the questions I had led me to a post on this site. I have spent many hours reading threads and finally decided to join. I am excited about my journey and learning. I am in my 50s and do not come into this lightly or with a get rich quick mentality. I thank you all for sharing your knowledge.

Dave

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Elvin
St. Louis + Missouri / United States
 
 
Posts: 1 since Feb 2017
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Hi All,
This looks like a very interesting site. I found it when I was looking for reviews of the Day Trading Academy. Based on ppl's comments I decided not to waste my money on it. Instead I plan to research the info on this site and see what I can learn. I am a semi-retired engineer. I have had a decent nest egg with a traditional investment advisor for over 15 years but it seems like he is just barely breaking even. What with the stock market sky rocketing since the Great Recession it certainly seems like he should be doing better. I don't know if the answer for me lies in investing in the futures market and maybe just doing something like doing my own asset allocation investment using Index Funds but something needs to change so I can sleep at night knowing I will have the funds I need to enjoy my retirement years. Anyone's thoughts are much appreciated.

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 AXYLROSE 
Portsmouth UK
 
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Platform: Ninja Trader 8
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Hi all my name is Dave and I am completely new to daytrading. Every facet is something new for me. I began doing some research and many of the questions I had led me to a post on this site. I have spent many hours reading threads and finally decided to join. I am excited about my journey and learning. I am in my 50s and do not come into this lightly or with a get rich quick mentality. I thank you all for sharing your knowledge.

Dave

Dave, we are in the same boat then. I'm just going through a lot of literature. Essentially focusing on studying Candlesticks, Chart patterns, Momentum Indicators, Trends etc. Once I get a grasp of these basics, I'll probably paper trade for a while and develop my own strategy.

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 Marketmonkey 
Cebu, Philippines
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: Tradestation
Broker: Tradestation
Trading: ES. GC
 
Posts: 26 since Mar 2015
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Hello all,
Look forward to learning and contributing.
My story is probably the same as most, won, lost, made money, lost money, found and paid for the greatest system ever and lost, built my own system and lost, built many more systems, learned won, learned, lost, had fun, got mad, spent, borrowed, started a company and made lots of money for other people, traded my own account and lost and now am back to my account, and with wisdom gained and lots of testing hoping to make a go of it again.
lets get to work,
MM

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 AXYLROSE 
Portsmouth UK
 
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Hi All,
This looks like a very interesting site. I found it when I was looking for reviews of the Day Trading Academy. Based on ppl's comments I decided not to waste my money on it. Instead I plan to research the info on this site and see what I can learn. I am a semi-retired engineer. I have had a decent nest egg with a traditional investment advisor for over 15 years but it seems like he is just barely breaking even. What with the stock market sky rocketing since the Great Recession it certainly seems like he should be doing better. I don't know if the answer for me lies in investing in the futures market and maybe just doing something like doing my own asset allocation investment using Index Funds but something needs to change so I can sleep at night knowing I will have the funds I need to enjoy my retirement years. Anyone's thoughts are much appreciated.

Elvin,
I'm self employed, I have a good idea of how to turn money around. I get better returns on my capital than most of these fund managers do investing other people's money. I'm not saying I will do better now, but over time I will get there. Like politicians, its so easy spending other people's money, that's why there are huge piles of national debt.

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 AXYLROSE 
Portsmouth UK
 
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Hello
I find it difficult to say anything, since I don't really have any idea what to do regarding successful trading, or what direction to take. It is very complicated and most of the conversations are foreign, since I don't know what is being discussed.
I will look into the beginner items.

Have you tried Investopedia.com? Great website

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 vmodus 
Legendary Systematic Algo Trader
Somewhere, Delaware, USA
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: TradeStation, MultiCharts
Broker: TS Securities, OANDA
Trading: Energies, Grains, Fixed Income
 
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Hello community! I'm glad to be a member here. I think there is a lot of good stuff here and hope to contribute in the near future. Thanks to Big Mike for this site!

I currently own a small trading firm focused on futures (energies, financials primarily, with some softs thrown in for fun). I have not been actively involved in the day-to-day activities until this year, but I'm bringing my technical expertise (in data and information systems) to help our team build better systems.

We use Tradestation, but personally I use Sierra Chart for charting and analysis. I love SC for the speed, though the learning curve was a little steep at first. I plan to learn the Sierra Chart language, as we have a number of systems we would like to completely automate. We have a custom, high-performance database we use for data mining, large scale modeling, and backtesting.

I manage a couple of Coverdale ESA's, for which I have just created a low maintenance system which is current going through forward testing.

I like things that are useful and I like to be useful.

V. Modus

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Hamno
Halifax, Canada
 
 
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Greetings all,

At the moment i'm primarily an options trader who focuses on selling premium in both ETFs and individual equities, after doing a few recent trades in SPX and NDX however I really started to get annoyed in in the spreads and the hit or miss open interest on the strikes I wanted to trade. An acquaintance of mine trades strangles on the E Mini S&P so this naturally got me looking into it and as soon as I saw the tight spreads and huge open interest on /ES options I knew this was something I had to look into. I also do my trading on the side due to a full time career and busy family life, but considering I trade of daily charts it works pretty well for me.

So as for options I'm actually not that green...but as for futures trading i'm a complete newbie. Eager to learn though.

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PhoenixGold
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My name is Terry. I'm looking into trading futures. I tried practicing trading with demo account w/ Ninja Trader. I had little success and major failures. Futures, like FOREX which I tried also, can take your shirt off your back. I also read that futures can be traded in NADEX. It looks confusing, but many articles state that NADEX is safer. So that I don't lose my clothes, food, and housing, I found this blogsite while Googling questions about trading futures. I'm looking forward in learning more so I can be empowered.

Yours truly,

Terry

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TraderGriz
Minnesota
 
 
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Hi all.
I'm new here. I am foreman for a road construction company.
I traded commodities for a couple yrs, bout 15 yrs back. Haven't done it since. No I didn't get hurt but after a couple yrs I was only up a hundred, so figured it wasn't worth my time. Yea I had some big up an downs in there. Anyway decided maybe to do it again. So basically I committed myself to paper Tradeing until I'm satisfied it's worth my time. Cept for I did short OJ back in December. That is kinda what got me back to paper Tradeing. It worked very well for me. Which is actually what scared me to paper. I know it sounds weird. However I went through that before, first three weeks my account had 4X. Then for couple yrs I had ups an downs an ended up breaking even an realizing I paid my broker 2X the value of my account.
To sum it up I am here to learn an hopefully help others learn as much as I can also.

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Hi everyone! I'm new to futures after trading Forex via FXCM for a couple years. Unfortunately, or possibly fortunately, I'm being forced to a new broker in the US and have since decided to pursue futures and step away from Forex. Looking forward to getting into it and learning more!

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 BarefootHank2017 
Watkins Glen + NY/USA
 
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My name is Hank Dean... and as goofy as it sounds I go by the handle BarefootHank because I run barefoot and am in the process of developing a cutting edge CRM/emersive Training & Coaching platform for the Network Marketing industry that is called Barefoot Franchise.

I began trading index futures in the bubble of 1999 using Ensign/DTN with a broker from PFG... good guy, crap company.

I bled out about $30k over 1.5 years doing the usual "indicator song and dance", jumped back in between 2011 and 2013 switching to NinjaTrader with a new arsenal of ADR, Pivot, VA knowledge and actually broke even as scared money...
I'm a student and big fan of PivotBoss and others that really wrap their heads around the auction process.

February 22, 2017. I'm baaaaack.
This time I'm in it to win it, with a more mature, conservative outlook, small minimal profits in ONLY easy to see, obvious moves.

The goal is to turn the $1000 in my account into $300k by June 1 by averaging $75/car per day and growing by an average of 1 car every $500. Dilusional? Maybe. Maybe not.

This morning I took $35 over two trades on the TF. Yes, trading the Russell and anticipating July 1 move to the CME and possibly a lot more liquidity.

Yep, still scared money, for now.



Let's see what I can do.

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Having a look what others think.....

While I can't predict the market direction, I do know with certainty, that I will be one day closer to a futures date by tomorrow. That is the one "trick" I rely on and it seems to work well.

(doing the exact opposite of any experts predictions on CNBC would probably also work)

Thanks
Oliver

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Hello everyone,

beginning/aspiring trader from Germany. Stumbled upon futures.io because of their awesome webinar series with FT71. At this point in time chiefly interested in Forex. But with an eye to expand into Futures in the - future. Looking forward to many fruitful discussions.

See you around.

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 BA 21 
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Hello,

I kept ignoring this site in my SERP. Then I read a thread or two. Now I decided to join.

I have traded as hobby for a couple of years, and still consider myself a beginner.

I decided to draw equity out of my home to fund my account. I hope I don't blow it out and plunge myself in a deep depression.

Nevertheless, I decided to focus on the bond future (/ZT to be exact). It is excruciatingly slow, but it is the best instrument for me thus far.

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 fivewhy 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
 
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What's happening,

I one of those that came to (or is in the process of moving to) futures due to the recent FXCM whatever-you-call-it. I came across NinjaTrader8 and thought that was a great platform for automated trading, then stumbled on this forum. After reading threads and poking around, this seems pretty fantastic as far as trading communities go. I even plopped down the $100 for a membership.

I have been doing spot forex using MT4 forever, and I know how horrible that is but I started out on MT3 back in the day. I only trade as a supplement to regular income...not a pro/full-time trader. What I've learned is that psychology is the beginning and end of good trading. Making money is a lot easier than keeping it. I do automated system trading, with a touch of "discretionary exiting" as I like to call it. Entries are the easy part, exits are harder and sometimes I benefit from being that little hand nudging my systems in and out of danger. But it does bite me in the butt from time to time, of course. No doubt. And I've blown up an account or two as anyone whose actually traded has done.

I like spot fx because money management is little easier; futures contract can't be divided up. After psychology, money management is all that you need. My trading philosophy is: it's all about psychology and MM. But you really have to know your system in order to know what proper MM actually is. I think ppl fail at MM because they don't fully understand statistical odds in relation to their chosen system.

So I am here to learn futures and the NT8 platform. I really like spot otc markets, I am not in love with exchanges. But I am beginning to see the advantage of limit order books. I mean I would have loved to have seen the limit order book of FXCM when I was trading with them, but seeing the order book of the entire exchange is actually surprisingly nice. Much effort needs to be put into investigating this.

Davey and Kaufman are my fave authors, with Lefèvre being that soulful attaché to the more-technical books. Actually, seeing the ads for the webinars with Davey is what really sold me on this place. I would say that Lefèvre's classic is to trading what JE Gordon's book "Structure" is to engineering...which is apparently a fave of Elon Musk. Davey's and Kaufman's books are to trading what textbooks are to engineering.

I'm pretty good w C# and .NET as I've been a hobbyist coder since I was in high school; I'm not anything special but I'm okay. Just need to learn NT8. I'd actually like to learn R, too, but who has time for all that? I have dreams of transitioning into full time trading one day, but we will see how that goes. I am nowhere near ready for all that, plus I'm not ready to take a sabbatical from my job. Plus, once you go full-time, you become dependent on trading. I'm okay with not being dependent on trading but, instead, just having it there for me when I want it...if that makes any sense.

I also need historical data like you wouldn't believe (currencies, metals, and ES)...if anyone has suggestions please PM me. I plan to go with Kinetick after I setup a small NinjaBroker account but only 6 months of tick data and only 2 years of M1 data...I mean really, only 2 years? I also plan to draft some systems and try to "demo trade" them to see how the platform operates...what do you call demo trading in NT parlance?

-FW

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 Captain135 
Bay Area, CA
 
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Hi everyone

I've only been seriously into trading for about a year----started out in equities and got pretty good at scripting indicators and backtesting. In that time I learned that technical analysis can only go so far, and equities are pretty unpredictable and you can't get any real diversification in them alone. This has brought me to futures, and more specifically to options on futures. In this arena I am a greenhorn. A colleague suggested futures.io to me and I'm very glad he did.

I treat going into a trade like doing a pre-flight check on airplane. When tempted to rush a pre-flight and just get in the air, and old adage reminds us: "It's better to be down here wishing you were up there, than to be up there wishing you were down here."

For my dive into futures options, I'm currently doing a very exhaustive pre-flight!

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I must be the dumbest rock in the box. I am trying to introduce myself. Everywhere I click on introduce myself, I get nothing.LOL. Nowhere to post. (Introduce yourself here), click and nowhere to type...LOL..Killing me...
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 EminiSuperSonic 
BC/Canada
 
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Hi Traders

First post here. I have been a member of the forum since 2011 but was too busy trying to make it happen and never ended up participating in it.

I started trading Forex in 2009. After a couple of years of consistently loosing, and just as I was to give up, I met my trading mentor. With his patient guidance I switched to E-mini futures and after about a year of hard work I was finally trading profitable.

For the past 5 years I have traded E-mini ES and NQ futures for a profit.

I am looking forward to sharing with the community


E.SuperSonic

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I must be the dumbest rock in the box. I am trying to introduce myself. Everywhere I click on introduce myself, I get nothing.LOL. Nowhere to post. (Introduce yourself here), click and nowhere to type...LOL..Killing me...
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Anyone using D.O.M. to predict short term direction of market when scalping?

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Hi Traders

First post here. I have been a member of the forum since 2011 but was too busy trying to make it happen and never ended up participating in it.

I started trading Forex in 2009. After a couple of years of consistently loosing, and just as I was to give up, I met my trading mentor. With his patient guidance I switched to E-mini futures and after about a year of hard work I was finally trading profitable.

For the past 5 years I have traded E-mini ES and NQ futures for a profit.

I am looking forward to sharing with the community


E.SuperSonic

My hardest part is getting rid of the fear. Been paper trading for few months now with good returns. no loss for few months now. but every time i go live its different and almost always end up losing. How do you get rid of the fear?

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My hardest part is getting rid of the fear. Been paper trading for few months now with good returns. no loss for few months now. but every time i go live its different and almost always end up losing. How do you get rid of the fear?


At the beginning it is normal to experience some fear while trading. The problem comes when this fear alters your decision making. There could be many reasons why you experience fear while trading with real money. I am not sure of your situation but below are some things to think about and some of the things that helped me at the begginig
* Are you trading with not enough capital and taking too many position risks
* Are you trading for accuracy (vs expectancy)? Do you feel you need to be right on each trade
* Is your entry location too aggressive? Stop too big, target too small?
* Do you have a daily plan with areas of good entries/targets

After taking care of the above if you still experience fear you could try breathing exercises or meditation. Before trading I didn't do any of these but now I do an hour a day of meditation and it has helped me a lot with my emotional states.

ESuperSonic

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At the beginning it is normal to experience some fear while trading. The problem comes when this fear alters your decision making. There could be many reasons why you experience fear while trading with real money. I am not sure of your situation but below are some things to think about and some of the things that helped me at the begginig
* Are you trading with not enough capital and taking to many position risks
* Are you trading for accuracy (vs expectancy)? Do you feel you need to be right on each trade
* Is your entry location too aggressive? Stop to big, target to small?
* Do you have a daily plan with areas of good entries/targets

After taking care of the above if you still experience fear you could try breathing exercises or meditation. Before trading I didn't do any of these but now I do an hour a day of meditation and it has helped me a lot with my emotional states.

ESuperSonic

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Try Van Tharp, I have read all his stuff and it had helped in a huge way. Don't fear fear, learn your issues and trade your positives.

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MarketMoney,

Im from Cebu!!!Asa man dapit inyo?

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At the beginning it is normal to experience some fear while trading. The problem comes when this fear alters your decision making. There could be many reasons why you experience fear while trading with real money. I am not sure of your situation but below are some things to think about and some of the things that helped me at the begginig
* Are you trading with not enough capital and taking to many position risks
* Are you trading for accuracy (vs expectancy)? Do you feel you need to be right on each trade
* Is your entry location too aggressive? Stop to big, target to small?
* Do you have a daily plan with areas of good entries/targets

After taking care of the above if you still experience fear you could try breathing exercises or meditation. Before trading I didn't do any of these but now I do an hour a day of meditation and it has helped me a lot with my emotional states.

ESuperSonic

Yes you're right, dont have enough capital at the moment.


Thanks for the Advice...

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My name is Scott. Complete newb, no live account, have been trading paper with TOS. Hope to at some point start with trade station and a small account. Goal is to build a small account overtime to generate extra monthly income. I work full time and will swing trade. All swing traders here, your advise will be most welcome. Thanks in advance, and I hope all here achieve their goals!

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Hi, my name is David. I've been trading off and on for about 10 years with little success. I've spent thousands on courses, and have had some success, but overall, mostly losses. I've spent hours upon hours studying charts, and indicators. I either can't get a system to work, or couldn't understand and implement. I've tried creating my own systems, but when applied in real time, they weren't consistent. I'm primarily a scalper, but could also use a daily system where I study potential trades at night to trade the next day. I currently have a flexible work schedule, and am hoping to supplement income with trading. I primarily trade futures. I'm open to any recommendations and suggestions, and hope to be a consistent, profitable trader.

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Hi. My name is Umut.

from Anchorage, Alaska. I got my Bachelor’s degree in Finance in Turkey, which motivated me to get into stock market after I moved to States. I have been actively trading commodity futures and stock options almost last 3 years. I'm a MBA student at University of Alaska. I manage an Italian restaurant as a full time job. I got married recently and expecting a baby very soon

I traded mostly options, and would like to meet traders in this forum.

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Hi, my name is David. I've been trading off and on for about 10 years with little success. I've spent thousands on courses, and have had some success, but overall, mostly losses. I've spent hours upon hours studying charts, and indicators. I either can't get a system to work, or couldn't understand and implement. I've tried creating my own systems, but when applied in real time, they weren't consistent. I'm primarily a scalper, but could also use a daily system where I study potential trades at night to trade the next day. I currently have a flexible work schedule, and am hoping to supplement income with trading. I primarily trade futures. I'm open to any recommendations and suggestions, and hope to be a consistent, profitable trader.

Have you ever looked at systems on futurestruth.com? I subscribed to the magazine for a year to watch their rating system and study their systems. Big choice, much like Striker.

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MarketMoney,

Im from Cebu!!!Asa man dapit inyo?

Hey, actually I am now in Bacolod, Negros but spent time in Cebu. Lost my house in Tacloban during the big storm (Yolanda).
Do you trade Locally, USA? I trade USA accounts as I am a retired Expat living here is paradise.
I traded with BDO and Maybank for a bit, tough market, thin. Momentum seems to work best.
Actually opened an Advisory firm here for a while too to give access to locals to the international markets. All went well until I went to register with the SEC locally, what a nightmare that was. Ended up giving all the money back but at least customers made a few percent before I had to wrap it up. Will try again some day after the SEC cleans up a bit.

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 DrPatrick 
Murfreesboro, TN, USA
 
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I am a full time urologist. That means by nature, I'm a surgeon and I use a scalpel. I make serious judgments all the time that make a difference in peoples lives. Precision is key. Judgement is crucial. Kindnesss helps too. So, when it comes to trading, I don't trust my financial advisor or any one else. I have to be in control. And, if I am going to be in control, I am not going to sit around waiting for a few days for a swing trade to work out sit idly while my position trades take their good old time. There is a time and place for all of that. But, I'm a scalper. I want to be in and out with a profit, and I want to do that several times per day, or night, as the case may be. I'm now taking one day off from a very busy and successful practice to dedicate myself to this serious business. Plus, its a lot less stressful than what I have to put up with in today's health care environment. I'm beholden only to my P&L, not the insurance company, hospital administrators, practice partners, innumerable patients, and excessive government regulations. And when the trade is over, I can walk away. I don't have to answer emails, deal with interruptions, phone calls, and I have time to deal with things that matter most in my life - my heart.

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 jjmorenof 
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Primero de todo agradecer a los creadores de este foro, la posibilidad de intercambiar conocimientos y experiencias.

Me llamo jjmorenof, español de nacimiento, vivo muy cerca de Barcelona. Con muchas inquietudes en el trading, llevo un par de años autoformándome y ocasionalmente opero en real, con muy poca confianza en los mercados de futuros.

Confio que con la ayuda de todos los participantes pueda adquirir solidos conocimientos y confianza en mis experiencias.

Un saludo para todos.

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I have been a programmer for 12+ years (C#, java) and recently discovered the joy of putting those skills to work for myself through trading strategy automation. My current direction is to become completely automated by focusing on 2-3 good automated strategies within Ninjatrader and taking my emotions completely out of this game. I have one profitable strategy working and I'm looking for more. If you have an idea I can help you automate it for a win-win for both of us.

Thanks

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Hi there,

This is Bin speaking. I am a private futures trading in Netherlands. Previously I have worked in the front office of the investment banking arm of a major European bank. I have quited my job since last July and started a new journey as a private Prop futures trader.

I trade mainly FDAX in the European time zone and I also trade crude and Gold futures on the side. My trading style is human discretionary aided by a private volatility pattern recognition system. And the average trades per day is close to 20. Average holding time is less than 10 mins.

Currently I am still in an early stage of trader development and the biggest challenge for me on the mental side of the game.
The quote I like the most is that "the trading is simple but not so easy". The simple part is the technical or intellectual challenge. Actually, it is not so difficult to design a system with a sizeable edge in the market as a private trader. But to follow through your plan when going gets tough is not easy at all. I still got a lot work to do on that front.

Hope to share more with other intraday traders on DAX or Crude.

Regards
Bin

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Hello,

Looking forward to learning and sharing. I'm in the newbie stage of Futures trading.

Best Regards,

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happy to join, i'm a newbee

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 GARY06 
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Hi there,
I have not been able to post due to some health problems that finally ended quite recently.
I mainly trade crude intra day, or should I say try to trade crude...
A friend of mine introduced me to trading a few years ago, I quickly got the bug and was convinced that within a few months I would be a successful trader.
Of course everybody knows the outcome of that kind of wishful thinking.
So after quite some time away from the screens, I am back and very happy to be here.
Maybe I will find a more suitable way of trading through this community, I have been looking into harmonics just lately, and I rather like the approach.
If any of you out there are harmonic specialists I would be glad to hear from you.
Have a nice day you all
Best

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 Concord 
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Hi my name is Peter,

I've been trading options & futures for quite a while now on & off, but now I feel as if I've really created an edge when I did research on systems trading & algorithms. I've downloaded bloodhounds trial & I'm obsessed, been at it for 10 hours a day minimum.

If there's anyone out there studying system trading and algorithms that would like to team up & create exciting trade ideas & solve algorithic problems I would be glad to sit in.

I use to think value value value! How can the market keep ripping or diving, I would short & short, & continuously lose trying to find bottoms & tops.

Finally I'm creating long & short systems to suit different markets.

You can email me directly at Peter@wmalf.com.

Peter

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JohnnyUtah
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Hello everyone, I just started to learn how to become a trader. Im interested in ordrer flow analysis. I have nothing to share yet, but be patience. I get on board as soon as I can.
Thank you all
J.U.

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Pugged
Waco Texas/USA
 
 
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I've been actively trading options for 1.5 years. I would like to learn enough to wade into futures. I'm trying to learn TOS think script to program my own scans. I've found this a difficult task, the guides seem convoluted and I'm left wanting for the simple tutorial/workbook example to try on my own. Think Script searches led me here & I'm eager to learn.

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 MarioW1972 
Frankfurt/Germany
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NT7, NT8
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nice to join the community here. When I am looking for a solution for a particular analysis or implementation in Ninjatrader I often got redirected to this forum. Hope to learn a lot...

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Charlz1973
Milwaukee Wisconsin USA
 
 
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Glad to be here and to give and learn...geez this is a BIG community

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Dayzed
Detroit, Michigan, United States
 
 
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Hey guys just posting to say I am new to the forum. I am a beginner to Futures but have plenty of market experience along with a Finance degree and CPS degree. I code bots to day trade and currently am tracking progress of one in development in the Journaling section. Come check it out if youre bored!

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Hatrick28
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
 
 
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Hello everyone! I'm glad to join the community. I'm fairly new to futures trading.I've spent most of my time trading short and long term stocks.

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Allison418
Hong Kong
 
 
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Hi everyone,

I am from Hong Kong. Glad to join you here! I am new to trading and just started trading this year. Currently my main focus is China commodities and I am also interested in crude oil and gold futures. Look forward to learning something new here!

Thanks!

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nineteen68
Ocean Springs MS / USA
 
 
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Im a full time trader. Im looking for every chance to make smart trades. I hear trade lingo and try to research to learn more. Hopefully this site will be another great place to learn and share ideas. Looking forward to some great days!! Good Luck to all

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 fatancies 
Hong Kong
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: IB TWS
Trading: Emini ES
 
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Thank you for accepting my registration. As a beginner, hope to learn from you guys, thanks.

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 AsAboveSoBelow 
Roma Italy
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NinjaTrader, Multicharts
Trading: Futures
 
Posts: 3 since Mar 2017
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Hi Big Mike, hello everyone,

I am an old discretionary trader but I think there is always something to learn. So here I am to bring my experience if it helps.

And thanks for your time.

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 wealthsecrets 
Boca Raton, FL
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NinjaTrader
Trading: Emini ES
 
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Thank you Mike for having this forum for traders.

I started trading stocks, forex and options back in October 2008.

My passion is using algorithmic trading for stocks and forex.

And I am now learning how to manually trade futures, CL, EMD, ES and NQ.

I am willing to share ideas and strategies with other traders. Just ask.

Thank you to all the traders who contribute to this forum.

I am forever grateful.

Mike

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 sebagh2012 
Carmona
 
Experience: None
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Trading: Emini ES, CL
 
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Hola a todos. soy un novato que ya se ha llevado algún que otro batacazo en el trading. Espero mejorar a partir de ahora. Un saludo a todos

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 spectre2007 
New York, New York
 
Experience: Master
Platform: NinjaTrader
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Posts: 16 since Feb 2017
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Hello, know that whatever you do in life will soon be forgotten, do for your family and friends, and make the world a better place for the short time you burst onto this Universe. And realize no matter what the stress, it will soon end.

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 beroal55 
toronto, Canada
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: Ninja Trader
Trading: ES,CL,NQ,Gold
 
Posts: 1 since Aug 2016
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Hi Everyone

I am a beginner in trading futures and still in learning process. I was pleasantly surprised with the forum with so many indicators available. So a big thank you to all contributors and also to Big Mike for the forum.

Any help or links to educational stuff is appreciated.

Regards

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kkhdasou
kuwait
 
 
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Hello people

My name is Khaled, I been trading stocks since 6 months
I got a lot of recommendations for this site,

As all of you knows, there is no limit on learning for to trade stocks,
I'm hear to get advice for top professionals.

Best Regards
Khaled

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 Rrrracer 
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Greetings all! Finally getting around to making my first post after lurking for a month and absorbing everything in sight. I'm a complete noob, no trading experience whatsoever.

I stumbled across this forum, and after a few weeks of nosing around it was clear that this place is a good one to be; I feel a great sense of community and camaraderie here even though I'm just now starting to take part. I'm looking forward to continuing along this path.

My original post turned out to be a doozy, quite long and wordy, so I decided to start a journal with that instead. I've read that successful trading can rely as much on introspection as anything else. Thanks @Big Mike for providing a venue for me (and all of us) to log that journey.

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 grivero 
España
 
Experience: Advanced
Platform: NinjaTrader / Jigsaw Trading
Broker: Ninjatrader / CQG
Trading: FESX / ZN
 
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Hello everyone.
My name is Gonzalo. I'm from Uruguay but I have been living in Spain, Barcelona since 2002.
I trade the FESX in the European morning session and the ZN in the afternoons. I'm a scalper and I trade from the order book with the jigsaw DOM and ninjatrader software and broker.
Good trading!

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 Skaddoosh 
london, United Kingdom
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: TradeStation
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Hello!
Been trying to trade forex for about 2 years now. Currently trading Al Brook's price action. I prefer PA over using indicators because I've always found myself doubting indicators and not letting whatever edge they had play out.

Hopefully, I can slowly but surely get profitable.

Thanks!

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 Alexis135 
Quebec
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Daytradr
Broker: AMP / CQG
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Hello fellow traders

I'm Alexis, 21 year old, finance student at Laval University.

I'm passionate about finance, philosophy and psychology. I'm looking forward to become a full time trader and evantually a caritative speculative fund manager.

At the moment I am educating myself about scalping and order flow (Jigsaw / No BS). I've read a lot of interesting threads here and look forward to participate in some

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 WOW788 
Charlotte, NC
 
Experience: Beginner
Platform: NinjaTrader, Optionsxpres
Trading: Crude CL, Emini ES, Gold
 
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Hello,

I'm a beginner at Futures; however, I've been teaching myself how to trade options since 2006 and have traded. I work full time and I'm a single mother, so needless to say it will be a slow go. Paper trading will be the name of the game for me during this learning curve/process. I'm trying to learn what makes the markets/futures move and then come up with some type of trading plan that includes price action and possibly volume and market profiling. I've been trading options on optionsXpress' platform; I can access and enter real time virtual trades there. Once I develop a plausible trading plan, I will change platforms. I need help with everything and would welcome any advice or suggestions with an open mind, ready to absorb all that I can.

Thank you and regards,

Wendy

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 Fut2000 
Dallas TX USA
 
Experience: Beginner
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Trading: Emini NQ
 
Posts: 1 since Feb 2017
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Hello All,
I have traded for many years but like many, lost a fortune. Want to learn to trade futures and day trade for a living. Glad to join a group where most members have similar goals. Looking forward to learn a lot from all the great threads. Do want to thank all the contributors who make this site an excellent learning source. Thanks!!

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singer399
Los Angeles
 
 
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Glad to have found this space.

Been trading for a while.. its always 3 steps fwd then 2 jumps back. learning to control emotions and stick to the rules and not let greed take control is key...

Loving it though, and look forward to digging into all the content here.

Thanks,

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fxsonic
Philippines
 
 
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Hello, total newbie here.

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 Forthebulls 
Columbus, OH USA
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: NinjaTrader 8
Trading: 6B, 6E, CL, ES, YM
 
Posts: 1 since Mar 2017
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Hey Big Mike and crew,

Happy to have come across this site. I decided to give up spot forex after my broker was banned from operating in the US. Decided to move to futures and learn to take advantage of the analytical tools and transparency volume and OFA can add to the equation. Approximately 2.5 years of experience trading (spot FX) and 2.5 months with futures. Plan to purchase the elite membership here very soon and look forward to learning and participating

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 cath 
Vancouver, BC
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: IB
Trading: Stocks
 
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Hi,
I'm new to the forums (been here briefly in the past), but now looking to learn some automated trading strategies using NinjaTrader. I have a few ideas, just not a lot of coding skills yet!
cheers,
Catherine

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hotrats35
Los Angeles, Chiangmai,
 
 
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Hello, Totally new to futures. I joined a few months ago but haven't posted anything yet. I wrapped up a work contact and now I am free to trade (learn to trade) futures full-time for the next five months.
I have experience trading US equities but scanning hundreds of charts daily is not fun. My plan is to focus solely on the NQ at first.
Thanks Big Mike
Joe

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jojolee
hong kong
 
 
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Hi

I'm new to the forums , and trade hang seng future ( one of the fastest market in the world) for few year...

but now looking to learn some automated trading strategies by using easylanguage, hope this forum can help me a lot..


cheers
jojo

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steveb5150
scottsdale
 
 
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Hi All,

My name is Steve and I have been a MKT maker most of my adult life. I currently trade for myself and work as a financial advisor. I am a Chartered Market Technician so if I can help anyone with tech analysis let me know. I am always happy to help. I look forward to learning from the members here and will be happy to help anyone who needs it.

All the best,


Steve C Boeckmann CMT CRPC

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 MrGekko 
Budapest
 
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: SierraCharts+own platform
Trading: Bund, ZN
 
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Hi there,

I started trading as a profession 2 years ago. Right now I am in a prop shop. I usually ignore charts and the traditional technical analysis. 80% of my trades are pure price ladder setups, 10% fundamental/news trading, 10% stop runs at major level. I try not to stay in the market for too long. My average time less than 2-5 minutes. Mainly trading the bund and ZN.

MrG

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cholliet
Jacksonville
 
 
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I'm here to learn. Thanks for having me.
-chollie

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gperumal
Los Angeles, CA
 
 
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Hi Every one.

New member. Look forward to an enriching experience.

Regards to all.

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ohmaild
Brunei Darussalam
 
 
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First of all I would like to ask for pardon specially to BigMike, for my very bloody late reply.
I have been busy with my day office works. I am an I.T and Designer by profession but study and graduated as Psychology which is totally far a hundred miles away from my current works. Well partly I am naturally artist as a Designer and Music Oriented person which I was able to play piano at the age of 7 then by10 already playing piano in a congregation and ministry and not limited with the (boring) note reading, but play all out from my heart and soul like as my fingers hoping and jumping and walking and running to all the keys of the piano. Anyway getting out of context, where was I, mmm still here in the forum, so lets go back. And also as a an IT which is also my passion and as a Designer as my current work also. From Linuxes to OSX (Unix) and the never ending laging and hanging and stuck-up MS Windows. But I am still loving it, no choice since MT4 will only installed natively on MS Windows environment. Well actually using virtual system or emulators such as WINE and Crossover fix the problem if you have only Linux or OSX desktop and laptop. So lets go back again, getting far again. Now with my field of studies, yep and yep its related to trading, out of my busyness, I still manage to trade, and boy, really loving it. To tell you all frankly here, every time I look at the Charts, it always tickled me, it always makes my hand itchy and wanting to draw and draw those line and and lines and lines to look for those S and R. Every time I look at the chart, and I see candles, lines and oscillators it made my day different. Out of those blue, out of my works and experiences, out of a literally having decent monthly and yearly income from my office work and so, though this trading that I am doing, though its sometimes profited me negative out of 5 trading days, it doesnt matter, it doesnt really matter because everytime I loss everytime I burn my account out from hard earn daily office works, it pushes me more and more and I believe this is because this the wanting, the needing to learn the thrill, the excitements the heart pumping and mind blowing and analytical logical processes of my mind, that kept me on this business. Actually its not just a business but a personal passion, and a love of doings, I make it as an Art and Design. Here will practise my creativity and technicalities and my love for observation as a Psychologist. Every candles are alive, every candles represent hundreds or thousand or millions of human behaviour and person that makes up one tick and tick of the candle until it finally form to any shape that we have hundred of names from doji to hammer to shooting star and so on, to pattern of combinations. To all people reading this messages that may seem bubbling and nonsense messages, just want to encourage you by passing the way I view this field, and thrill and excitement even if its burn or makes you wanting to punch a hole on you screen, tell you this, it is a very very challenging field. This is the way i view it, and loving and it is still my highest profession dream to be a good profitable trader. I will never be forever Graphic Designer, nor Programmer nor I.T., But though I will be old someday (i am 35yrsold now), becoming and being a Trader (fx/stocks etc..) deals no age, and the more you become old with it the more you will have the control over it. For me it is like an Art, and I consider it as an Art and Music, I will be always a musician and artist, and so as a TRADER.....

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First of all I would like to ask for pardon specially to BigMike, for my very bloody late reply.
I have been busy with my day office works. I am an I.T and Designer by profession but study and graduated as Psychology which is totally far a hundred miles away from my current works. Well partly I am naturally artist as a Designer and Music Oriented person which I was able to play piano at the age of 7 then by10 already playing piano in a congregation and ministry and not limited with the (boring) note reading, but play all out from my heart and soul like as my fingers hoping and jumping and walking and running to all the keys of the piano. Anyway getting out of context, where was I, mmm still here in the forum, so lets go back. And also as a an IT which is also my passion and as a Designer as my current work also. From Linuxes to OSX (Unix) and the never ending laging and hanging and stuck-up MS Windows. But I am still loving it, no choice since MT4 will only installed natively on MS Windows environment. Well actually using virtual system or emulators such as WINE and Crossover fix the problem if you have only Linux or OSX desktop and laptop. So lets go back again, getting far again. Now with my field of studies, yep and yep its related to trading, out of my busyness, I still manage to trade, and boy, really loving it. To tell you all frankly here, every time I look at the Charts, it always tickled me, it always makes my hand itchy and wanting to draw and draw those line and and lines and lines to look for those S and R. Every time I look at the chart, and I see candles, lines and oscillators it made my day different. Out of those blue, out of my works and experiences, out of a literally having decent monthly and yearly income from my office work and so, though this trading that I am doing, though its sometimes profited me negative out of 5 trading days, it doesnt matter, it doesnt really matter because everytime I loss everytime I burn my account out from hard earn daily office works, it pushes me more and more and I believe this is because this the wanting, the needing to learn the thrill, the excitements the heart pumping and mind blowing and analytical logical processes of my mind, that kept me on this business. Actually its not just a business but a personal passion, and a love of doings, I make it as an Art and Design. Here will practise my creativity and technicalities and my love for observation as a Psychologist. Every candles are alive, every candles represent hundreds or thousand or millions of human behaviour and person that makes up one tick and tick of the candle until it finally form to any shape that we have hundred of names from doji to hammer to shooting star and so on, to pattern of combinations. To all people reading this messages that may seem bubbling and nonsense messages, just want to encourage you by passing the way I view this field, and thrill and excitement even if its burn or makes you wanting to punch a hole on you screen, tell you this, it is a very very challenging field. This is the way i view it, and loving and it is still my highest profession dream to be a good profitable trader. I will never be forever Graphic Designer, nor Programmer nor I.T., But though I will be old someday (i am 35yrsold now), becoming and being a Trader (fx/stocks etc..) deals no age, and the more you become old with it the more you will have the control over it. For me it is like an Art, and I consider it as an Art and Music, I will be always a musician and artist, and so as a TRADER.....

By the way I am a Spot FX trader running now for 8 Years.
and still learning and will keep on learning.

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sima04
Wrocław Poland
 
 
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Hi everyone, (at the beginning i would like to apoligize for my english)
My adventure with treiding began 2 years ago, i still looking for way of traiding that gona suits to me. I spend lots of work and losts of money but i know that one day will come success.
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