Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Day Trading Help: Live Online Stock Trading: Dec 1 trading in stocks is both risky and difficult. Please consult your financial advisor before attempting to trade actively. TodayTrader is not responsible for any content that may be viewed on this channel. These videos are not meant to be recommendations in the market. Day trading equities requires a retail account balance of at least $25000 and must remain at or above this level to trade stocks actively. This website is not a solicitation to buy or sell securities, options, or futures. The purpose of this content is educational only.

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14 Responses to “Day Trading Help: Live Online Stock Trading: Dec 1”
  1. lslinger says:

    I tried watching this but ur soooo boring :(


    But I will give it a nother go again 2 nite be4 bed:)

    If u guys want to know about playing the game download a game called cashflow 101 or cashflow 202 by rich dad poor dad, u will learn everything u need to make money on options.

  2. quenarosima says:

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  3. ripster100 says:

    how do you decide which stocks to look for that particular day

  4. puupuu69 says:

    Thanks for your advice, im really new to this and i want to succeed. What is that ur firm offers compared to wizetrade or esignal?

  5. andyatm2000 says:

    I would recommend switching to a direct access broker for daytrading. You want to get your commissions on a per share basis vs per trade

  6. andyatm2000 says:

    Thank you. I’m using REDI+ trading platform along with Esignal charting

  7. puupuu69 says:

    great video, do u use topgun software?

  8. puupuu69 says:

    Very good video, ur doing a great service to all of us newbies, im seriously considering to subscribe to u service, im using ameritrade right now,if i do subscribe to ur service do i need to change broker? also are u using topgun software… Thank you very much for you time.

  9. andyatm2000 says:

    Redi+ is the trading platform and I also run Esignal

  10. sgomez858 says:

    Also using 10 20 50 Simple Moving Average. There are no indicators that predict movement. The stochastics suggest oversold/overbought conditions and the Moving averages can act as support/resistance but there is no magic indicator alone.

  11. borlet404 says:

    Thanks for the advice on 9′th minute.

    it happens to me a lot

  12. Tonycol2000 says:

    Very informative.. Which broker do you use ?

  13. 06320900 says:

    do you any other indicators besides stochastics and volume? how come sometimes indicators indicate a stock will move up when in reality it remains flat or lower? great video.

  14. oblonsky says:

    thanks for the videos! keep up the good work! you’ve got a loyal fan here.

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