Saturday, February 21st, 2015

Day Trading Questions And Answers (2/2)

Harvey Walsh of answers some common questions raised by his series of live stock trading videos. Part two of two videos


15 Responses to “Day Trading Questions And Answers (2/2)”
  1. harveywalsh says:

    Spread betting is a great way to get started if you are able to open an account.

  2. doberman says:

    Do you consider spread betting the markets day trading

  3. bangzilla says:

    great vid,
    really encouraging and answsers alot of small but important questions, and ive been wondering what software to use, and now ill give quotetracker and tsim a try, thanks for posting it =)

  4. harveywalsh says:

    esignal can provide a list of brokers they integrate with. Any decent discount broker should offer all the facilities a day trader needs. Not enough space to go into more detail here, but it’s all in the DTF course…

  5. vladbez says:

    I have a Scotia McLeod cash account which is good choice for me since it’s integrated with my bank account however commission’s fees are higher than other places. Also it’s seems to me that this is the wrong setup for daytrading. Q/A 3 maybe?! :) thank you.

  6. vladbez says:

    The choice of brokers that are suitable for daytrading. What kind of account you need (margin?), execution time, which brokers can be integrated with eSignal if even possible, I found that some brokers charge extra fees/interest if daytrading patterns are detected. Direct cash transfers in/out with bank account.

  7. harveywalsh says:

    What about brokers?

  8. vladbez says:

    great! what about brokers?!

  9. Smirnoff71 says:

    Wow, i’ve been wanting to get into day trading for a long time, but never came to actually doing it. Lacking money and knowledge… and missing the balls to make the first step. Thanks for the vids and please keep it up.

  10. mc01439 says:

    Nice videos Harvey, thanks for sharing.

  11. Carterofmars says:

    Give a man a fish, feed him for a day….

  12. tykoz says:

    Great video!

  13. activecard says:

    Excellent! I really like that you keep it simple. I think that is an aspect of trading that is overlooket. I belive a lot of people think that you need to have a complicated setup to be a “real” trader. A question: How do you think it is best to daytrade while having a day job? Is there any way to combine the two? Don’t want to quit my day job until I know I am profitable :)

  14. harveywalsh says:

    Hi, it’s something I thought about, but I decided against it. Chat rooms are dangerous, they teach you to become dependent on someone telling you what to do.
    I prefer to teach people how to become fully independent traders. I’d rather give someone the skills to make money themselves for the rest of their lives.

  15. sirzuke says:

    Would you consider doing a live trading chatroom?

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