Stock Trading Courses
Stock Trading Courses:
- How to Out Perform Warren Buffet Yourself Year to Year $77
- How to Short a Stock and Make Faster Fortunes to the Downside $77
- How to Find and Trade Big Price Moves $197
- How to Trend Trade Stocks $197
- How to Swing Trade Stocks $197
- How to Day Trade Stocks for a Living $197
- How to Trade the 4 Earning Season Cycles $197
There are a variety of basic stock trading courses readily available that teach a variety of angles regarding the stock market, it’s origins, great stock traders or the past and trading mechanics. Fortunately stock trading mechanics are quite simple: buy and sell short (after you get an ‘up tick’). You can trade for all cash, 50% margin or even 25% margin if trading intraday (ask your broker for details on margin trading).
The great thing about stocks is that there is a “reversed leverage” factor which means, for those of you who are used to trading options, Forex and futures, that stocks require a lot of up front capital. Stocks are great for net worth building. Trading highly leveraged instruments all the time with all of your funds can be quite challenging over the long run.
When you have large sums of cash it can be good to apply that cash to steady stock trading systems for a more conservative base for your cash, that can still provide great potential returns. The point is, it can become difficult to handle large sums of cash with leveraged instruments such as options, futures and Forex whereas the stock market can absorb, handle large sums of cash while allowing you a more conservative place to grow your large sums in a methodical way trading great, solid trading systems.
We are advocates of “buy and hold” or “sell short and hold”, yes – but only for the specific purpose of riding a specific type of trend! We don’t necessarily invest in stocks, we invest in the processing of price action through a good stock trading system.
99% plus of those in the markets who claim they are “investors” are simply stock traders, most without a plan or clue. What does “investing” in a company or stock really mean? Investing usually means putting in your money, usually for ownership, or at least with some profit sharing agreement, to a business, a concept, a project, a business plan, usually a plan that is yet to have happened. When you invest you invest in a concept, you invest on faith, belief, trust and a hope that a company, individuals involved and the concept will perform giving you a return on your money in the future. You’re investing in the story. There is no exact entry point or exact exit point. Everything action you take is based on the story and the start up. Or the new story, the new business plan for new growth from an existing business. Then there are traders…
We’ll group traders in two categories: 1. those to trade by emotion, feeling, instinct 2. those who trade by price from price charts. Those in group one: some have actually made it through the years but that is a consuming way to trade the markets which usually ends up in disaster if instinct turns into emotion. Those in group 2: have turned trading into a business, or some say even a game – they’ve simplified the complex into a set of rules that they can execute in as little as 5 minutes or less per night, or morning before the market opens. Those in group 2 have moved trading entirely to the cerebral while separating out emotion or feeling. Group 2 traders stand the best chance to make consistent returns over time. And when you combine consistent returns with a good money management system that can properly compound returns then fortunes can be made over time.