Anyone one on one mentoring?

Discussion in 'Hook Up' started by danielc1, Sep 7, 2019.

  1. danielc1

    danielc1

    Not asking, offering... no need for your money. If you make money, you can pay what you like, or nothing, your choice.

    You need a background and some basic understandings of making a trade.

    I will point you in the right direction, you do the work.

    Any instrument, any timeframe, any market, you choose.

    If you fail it's on you.
     
  2. Robert Morse

    Robert Morse Sponsor

    Your profile is empty. Maybe tell us a little about you.
     
  3. wrbtrader

    wrbtrader

    One on one and in person ?

    Why not signup with traders on MeetUp.com and you can then mentor a trader(s) in your area or nearby area instread of the anonymous online stuff that conceals many bad trading traits that can not be hidden when in person ?

    If any instrument, any timeframe, any market...what about Bitcoins and Pennystocks ?

    wrbtrader
     
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  4. danielc1

    danielc1

    Live in Belgium, in person is no problem.
    I would talk you out of pennystocks. Bitcoin no problem.
     
  5. themickey

    themickey

    There is a special technique for penny stocks and imo some years of trading experience would not go amiss. A good bankroll and take small positions along with patience.
     
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  6. danielc1

    danielc1

    45 of age, male, married, one kid, on and off trading for 30 years, trade fulltime, parttime and no time, my personal style day in day out is futures, rangechart, support résistance (mp), orderflow. But I can do other style of trading. Because of my personal struggles to become profitable, I know a lot of the pitfalls.
     
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  7. danielc1

    danielc1

    I understand what you mean, but it's not for me
     
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  8. tiddlywinks

    tiddlywinks

    Instead of "mentoring", why not take some of the money that you earn from trading and do something (you deem) worthwhile in/for your community? Help directly a down on their luck family. It's school season, children need supplies and books. Get some potholes fixed. Help renovate a park. The list goes on. You said you are in Belgium... I understand there are differences versus here the USA, but your local area is not without problems or plights.
     
  9. jl1575

    jl1575

    Wow, you started trading when you were a teen!
     
  10. danielc1

    danielc1

    I was 14 years old. My dad openend an account. Started with stocks. Not really trading, more buy and hold for a period.
     
    #10     Sep 7, 2019
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