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hfilty
16 posts
msg #63967
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6/18/2008 9:09:17 PM

do some of you still make money daytrading? i have been learning for the last 2 years. and now i am about to start swing trading first then daytrading when i feel confortable with the system.
can anybody give me some advices on how to secceed or do well at least at the beginning. thanks

d27283
19 posts
msg #63970
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6/18/2008 10:18:30 PM

If you just start reading posts and threads it will start to come together for you, that's kind of where I'm at. When you have specific questions this community is really very helpful and it seems they are happy to share. I'm still settling on a stratagy that suits my needs so I can't offer any advice except to keep reading and remain open to all. Good Luck!

bpmiller1
26 posts
msg #63973
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6/18/2008 11:13:56 PM

Investopedia has a FREE trade simulator which is good to use even if you have a brokerage account. (It gives you a pressure relief outlet if you feel like you got to trade every setup you see. ) So try all your theories there.

http://simulator.investopedia.com/

miketranz
669 posts
msg #63975
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6/18/2008 11:36:49 PM

My advice is to watch a group of stocks that are performing well,or even better,just one stock every day.If you observe something daily,you'll begin to get the feel of it's movements.Watch for consistent patterns,and when you see a pattern setting up,make your move.If it does'nt move in your direction,scratch the trade right away and move on.You're now getting an education,paying your dues,until you find set ups which work consistently.The market is a game of chance.No one knows whats going to happen next.But if you want to stay in this game long enough,you got to try to put the odds on your side.Good luck......

luc1grunt
622 posts
msg #63982
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6/19/2008 6:29:55 AM

take a look at wealth lab for some strategies with positive expectancies. Try them on a simulator for a while. There are many good filters in the filter archive of SF as well. Learn risk to reward.

SFMc01
272 posts
msg #63988
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6/19/2008 8:31:49 AM

luc1grunt: "take a look at wealth lab "

Please, what is "wealth lab"?

Thanks Steve

dwiggains
370 posts
msg #63992
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6/19/2008 8:42:30 AM

Hi
Try this
http://greenonthescreen.blogspot.com/2008/06/im-gonna-try.html

13th floor does a good job
Nice group of people.

See ya
David


luc1grunt
622 posts
msg #63994
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6/19/2008 8:50:46 AM

SFMc01
- Ignore SFMc01 6/19/2008 8:31:49 AM

luc1grunt: "take a look at wealth lab "

Please, what is "wealth lab"?

Thanks Steve


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http://www.wealth-lab.com/

13th_floor
724 posts
msg #64066
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6/19/2008 7:16:58 PM

Thanks David,

Thanks for the kind words,we are growing everyday and we look forward to trying to help the newer folks

hfilty
16 posts
msg #64074
Ignore hfilty
6/19/2008 11:41:46 PM

thanks to all of you

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