Best Stock Trading tips

Discussion in 'Trading Software' started by Jack Hopman, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. I'm putting together a new features list and ebook, and I'd like to get your best "tip" related to stock trading.
    I'll include with your name listed as the contributor in the
    release description.

    The new release will be distributed all across the web (literally,
    around the world!). Heck, you might even become famous!

    Here are a few ideas for what to share...'

    1. Advice: What's the one bit of advice you'd give others about
    stock trading? If you could share only one recommendation for
    success, what would it be? What's the greatest lesson you've
    learned in stock trading?

    2. Shortcuts: Have you discovered any ways to make your stock
    trading easier? Any ways to get results faster? Any special
    tools you use? Any ways to use something or make something

    3. Mistakes: Have you made mistakes that have set you back? Any
    problems or pitfalls that we should watch for? Any red flags
    that might indicate we should try something else? What should we
    NOT do when it comes to stock trading?

    4. Ideas: If there is one thing you'd suggest we do first, what
    would it be? If there is one thing that's the most important
    ingredient, what would it be? If you had to begin again with
    only one idea, what would it be?

    5. Whatever you'd like to share, I'll be glad to include it.
    And the better it is, the earlier it get included in the update
    or closer to the front of the ebook you'll be positioned.
    Best tips will go first and get the most attention from users,
    so don't hold back. :)

    Just as a "legal" note, I'll own complete rights,
    and you'll be granting me the non-exclusive right to use your
    tip in any way that I choose without monetary compensation.

    I need to get your best tip in 7 days in order to get
    it included.

    If you have any questions at all, please reply to this email. I'd love
    to feature you in this release notes or ebook. I'd appreciate a response either

    Thanks very much!

    Best regards,
    Jack Hopman