Registered: Feb 2012
09-21-12 05:31 PM
Quote from ammo:
spend a month and go thru all of these,pick something that suits your personality ,peeks your interest ,open an account at think or swim to be funded later,use there tools and free education,and trade it in simulation for 2 years,in the meantime keep your job,save, and look at this as a college education for free,if you trade live now ,which we were all anxious to do,you will likely lose your startup capital,which we all did, which makes it an education you paid for,plan your trade,trade your plan ... http://www.trading-naked.com/Articles_and_Reprints.htm
Can't comment on the website (never used it), but this is a good starting point.
Quote from Duref Mudgins:
It would help ET to help you if you could tell us what you mean by "trading." Are you thinking investing for months or years, swing reading for days or weeks, or daytrading during one day's session only? Those three styles are very different IMO in their overhead cost structures.
(BTW, I think ET is a terrible place to ask for help, but I can't think of anywhere better.)
Also, are you trying to trade for a living, retirement account, or work your current job and trade/invest on the side?