Trading Futures vs. Stocks vs. QQQ

Discussion in 'Trading' started by Merc, Feb 28, 2003.

  1. Merc


    :cool::( :confused:
  2. :( :) :D
  3. :D :eek: :mad:

  4. Merc


  5. trendy


    What is this the Marcell Marceu thread?

    :D :mad: :p
  6. Merc


    :p Any........suggestions.........???:p
  7. jester

    jester Guest

    :confused: :( :p :eek: :cool: :D

  8. :p :) :D

  9. Merc


    Has anybody used Tony Oz Cd course?
    Any additional info besides his books???:D :D :D :D
  10. prox


    Futures are generally more technically oriented. People consider the futures to be more of an elite group of traders than those who trade stocks. Patterns, pivot areas, trendlines and so forth tend to bear more significance than stocks. Call it , if you will, traders "communicating" to other traders in their own pseudo language.

    Stocks are generally more emotionally based and don't necessarily follow any technical rules of movement.

    The exception to stocks would be a handful of the most liquid of stocks, that do believe technically. QQQ would be the prime example, as it is the most heavily traded stock every single day.

    Therefore, based on your experience level.. you work your way from trading moderate volume stocks to higher volume stocks, to the QQQ, and then to futures.

    Is that the answer you wanted ?

    or I can do this too :cool: :( :p :) :eek: :confused:
    #10     Feb 28, 2003