You may have heard the term “pump and dump” before. You may have even chased a “gurus” alerts or two and got “dumped” on… but no longer! Learn to buy BEFORE the Herd. Here’s what you need to know:
As many of you know, day trading is a business of discipline, patience, and execution. To be a professional in this field, like any other field, it takes many hours of dedication, practice, pain, and sacrifice. The same way that professional athletes train their body for marathons, day traders need to train their minds for the markets.
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Hello traders. Today I am going to do a review of one of my current brokers – Trade Zero.
I have had a lot of people ask me about this broker, so I’m going to break down the good and the bad to help you make an informed decision based on my experience with them, and give some ideas on how to navigate around some of the potential drawn-downs.
I’ve worked with a lot of traders over the years, from prop trading in my early 20’s to running our live trading group at LiveStream Trading 10 years later. As you can imagine, I’ve met just about every type of trader there is.
In fact, I’ve worked with hundreds of traders in person and online, and the one major thing that I’ve learned as a trader and educator is this:
What works for one trader, may not work for another trader. There is no “one size fits all” trading system!
What a week so far – small cap runners are back full force! Thanks to one of my favorite new brokers, Trade Zero, we were able to capture a lot of these moves on the short side as well with their incredible borrows through vision clearing.