Daytrading is a tough business, don't do it alone! Join me every trading day, 9am-4pm where I trade live and answer questions from new traders.
FAQ's Part 1
How long have you been trading? 15 years... the last 3 full time.
How much do you make a day? Have you always been profitable? Depends...my goal is $500 and I usually hit it. No, it took me a good 5 years to become knowledgeable and disciplined enough to be consistently profitable. I blew out my account twice in those early days...learn from my mistakes!
Who are you? How old are y ou? Where are you? What is your background/college? Gregg, 38, Near Philly, Econ degree from U of Delaware
Why don't you call out trades that you make? I think it is ultimately the traders responsibility to enter/exit a trade. If you don't know why you're making a trade, you have no business trading and are just gambling. That said... if I'm talking about a stock there's a good chance I'm in it, or looking to enter. I wouldn't be mentioning it otherwise.
Can I ask you questions via email? Yes, but I get inundated with emails so it's usually better to ask in the chat room. Email is email@example.com
Where can I find your youtube videos? My youtube user name/channel is StockTraderGregg Update: Right now I'm in the process of redoing the channel so it might be mid March until it's back up.
Why do you do this show? Few reasons. First, it helps me to keep disciplined. Knowing others are watching my moves, I don't make as many impulsive trades which really helps my trading. Second..I believe in Karma...helping others ultimately helps me. Third...I know how many other people/sites prey on new traders, selling them just enough "training" to make them a danger to themselves. Hopefully, I can keep a few traders from losing their life savings.
Where can I find your trading methodology? I pretty much discuss it everyday here, but am in the process of writing a short ebook with a summary of everything I've learned in my 15 years of trading. I'll probably make it available at a small cost...any money it earns will go in my son's college fund. I'll make sure it's well worth the small fee.