Monday, October 17th, 2016

Online Trading Live Day Trading Tips for Jan 8 Part 2


Learn online day trading live, in real time. Watch and learn from this video as I demonstrate tips and strategies during the trading day. I don’t use a trading system. I trade discretionary setups using software filters and Technical Analysis. How to best day trade for small consistent profits is my goal for this video tutorial. The information I give is for education only. Daytrading for a living is not easy to learn. It is something that takes much training.

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21 Responses to “Online Trading Live Day Trading Tips for Jan 8 Part 2”
  1. KATOMATE01 says:

    @Timedatombomb no offense man, but you really can’t make any good money day trading with a thousand bucks…I admire your ambition to invest, but you are much better off throwing it into some EFT indexes like DJI and the Qs and letting them grow over time. That’s what I did as a teen and it was some good advice…I had put in around 4 grand of my own money and a couple years later, I have made a good ROI. If you are willing to lose it, though, you can have fun, but will lose a lot to commissions

  2. Timedatombomb says:

    er stocks.. I cant see any patterns. I am wondering if this is because they are penny stocks? How to I make the information I gather from penny stocks make sense when converting the stock prices to candle sticks? I just see a bunch of gaps. Are my setting for my etrader pro software not right?

  3. Timedatombomb says:

    sgomez, I am starting off with not a lot of funds (around $1000). I have studied candle stick patterns and charts and read a few books on day trading and swing trading. I realize that I have to start with penny stocks to make any money due to commission and other factors. I am currently looking at .01 – .05 cent stocks with high volume. I am using Etrader pro. My question is When I break it down to a 15 min period during a day of trading the candle stick patterns do not resemble the ones of oth

  4. StockTradingMaster says:

    Keep the videos coming man

  5. FWGsara says:

    What if I tell you I have a program that takes the risk out of day trading? You make money when the stock market is up or down. That we have a 8 month flawless track record in forex and are day trading at a 98% & higher successful rate? I could back it up and show you. Anyone can use our system…it does the work itself. It’s pretty amazing. Email me and I can tell you more about it, fwg.utube@gmail.com

  6. marauda777 says:

    if u had what is called a margin account u should not have 2 wait the 3 day waiting period to my understanding

  7. jewishdad says:

    I’m fairly new to all of this, but my question is: what is your average yearly return day trading? please answer. Thank you!

  8. USsoldier75 says:

    im bored =( 0

  9. gargaraci says:

    thanks for this cool video! my names Trinity, kinda feelin bored if any1 wants to join me on cam or wana chat i will be signed on at __ FriendlyFlirts(.COM) __ my user ID there is Trinity_ckzdzy chat soon xx its FR33 to j0in! mwah

  10. articulatedissent says:

    good job on this video! my names Jennifer, kinda feelin bored if any1 wants to join me on cam or wana chat i will be signed on at __ FriendlyFlirts(.COM) __ my user ID there is Jennifer_vacll chat soon xx its FR33 to j0in! mwah

  11. infuseinfuse says:

    How much money we need in the account to start doing day trading 5 days a week? I think at least 200k, because of the number of stocks we have to buy and sell in a day,and the three business day waiting time to get the funds back in to the account after selling for any type of account, is this correct?
    Thanks a million in advance for the answer
    Enjoying your videos and learning a lot from it.
    thanks

  12. sgomez858 says:

    Well, yes and no. Even before I was doing these videos, I had years of discipline to learn and develop. That is what has kept me in the game for the long run. Doing these videos actually adds pressure to try and make good content for the day.

  13. stevegee58 says:

    How are you guys filtering for daily watchlists (which tools and what criteria)? Some things I look at myself are 52 week highs/lows, unusual volume, gaps, earnings, and analyst upgrades/downgrades.

  14. Vmusic55 says:

    hey how much do you pay for commisions?????? when trading stocks. I very new to this if you can help me that would be great.

  15. andyatm2000 says:

    Yes, there is no doubt that you help s to be more discipline but it comes with a draw back. I lost about $300 today in a stock that did a nosedive rigth as I started narrating and filming another trade. Providing what we do sometimes comes at a cost, It’s hard to stayed focused on all the trades and narrate but we will get better.

  16. andyatm2000 says:

    We will do our best but sometimes the moves happen so fast it’s hard. We are always looking for the right trades and when we find them the first instincts is to execute. Once I get a better feel for lightspeed and the new desktop sharing software I’m working with I will be able to accommadate you more

  17. pachon888 says:

    Andy/Steve,
    Would it be fair to say that posting these have helped your trades, I mean do you feel that now that you have a fan base (myself included) you have to stay sharper and stick more to your money management plan?

  18. pachon888 says:

    Andy/Steve:
    Can you please show (start recording) before you enter a position also, not just when you get out and take profits/loss?
    Thanks, I’m a Fan and have learned a lot, keep it up!

  19. sgomez858 says:

    See Andy’s reply above. I agree (of course)

  20. andyatm2000 says:

    Thanks. I understand your point but I don’t let the price of a stock dictate what I trade. I look for momentum and setups. I’ve made lots of money over my career trading pissant stocks. The key is to have a reason for entering a trade regardless of the price. Look for the setups and go where the action is and your profits will take care of the commissions.

  21. mikegmi2 says:

    Good job working your way out of the red Andy. Had one comment…I would think that you guys would shy away from trading $1 stocks like CPST…being that you pay commisions by the 100 shares (i think Steve said he paid $7 per 1000 shares or something like that). Being that you have to trade higher volume of a stock like CPST, it automatically takes away from your potential profits right off the bat…puts you at a disadvantage (minor) the minute you enter the trade.

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