Day Trading Classes Are Available

Day trading classes are available for those who want to quickly learn how to day trade. These classes may be available in the form of DVDs, live in-person classes, or live on-line seminars.

Starting on June 30, 2009, I'll be holding a day trading class every Tuesday afternoon. We'll look at trade set-ups via a conference call and then we'll review the charts at 4:00 using the GoToMeeting Platform.

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In the meantime, I'd encourage you to think about the way you learn. Some people can read a book, apply the systems contained there, and they're off and running. Others learn best by watching someone else trade, or having the trades called out to them in a chat room format. Still others are best with a one-on-one coach, getting some insight on their trades and finding out how they could have done better.

The main thing is to know what will help you get started quickly and will keep you from losing money once you start using real money. Investing some money in day trading classes could be the best use of your initial funds, rather than throwing your money into the market before you're ready.

Then again...some of us are just as mule-headed as possible and the only way we're going to learn is by losing a lot of money and getting knocked on the trading room floor a few times. If that's your idea of a good day trading class, then so be it. But, I'll warn you, it's an expensive education.

However you learn, I'd encourage you to think of yourself as an ongoing student. There is so much to learn about trading stocks. Narrow your focus in the beginning. Don't try to do options, swing trading, day trading, and forex all at the same time. Although many of the technical indicators are similar, you apply them differently for each form of trading. So, stick to one and wait until you're consistently making good money before you venture into other areas.

Try to stay humble. If you've been trading for more than a few weeks, then I probably don't have to mention the humility part. The market has a way of reminding us who's boss. As soon as we grow casual in our approach to trading, the market jumps up and slaps us back into reality. But, staying humble will keep you open to learning new things.

Whichever day trading classes you decided to attend, think of your investment this way: each time you learn something new about day trading, then you increase your profitability. And it is these small incremental improvements that have huge compounded effects on your bottom line.


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INO TV is a new resource for traders. They offer a TON of educational material and you can "taste and see" before you have to plunk down any money. So, if that sounds appealing to you, then check it out below.



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