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About Me

My Background:

I am 25 years old and have lived in Mississippi my entire life. I obtained a Biomedical Engineering degree from Mississippi State University in 2009 acrobat pro kostenlos. My father is a sales manager for Kenworth trucking and my mother is a preschool teacher. I started trading in 2010 with absolutely no background or experience ard videos to. I currently blog and trade full-time in the Bulls on Wallstreet chatroom.

How I learned to trade:

I learned to trade from Kunal Desai, CEO of Bulls on Wallstreet android auto downloaden nederland. Without Kunal, I would know nothing about the stock market. This guy has taught me so much in the past few years. Kunal owns bulls on wallstreet and has been trading since he was in college Download google chrome on mac. The guy is one of the best momentum stock traders around. When I first started, I came across is website randomly and decided to join and learn more about what was going on ebooks kostenlos deutsch ohne anmeldung downloaden. I never expected to love it as much as I do and to make a career of it. Kunal answered all my questions and eventually started tutoring me one on one a few nights a week neues windows update herunterladen. His site is unique in that he sits with you throughout the trading day and tells you live entries and exits of his personal trades.

What kinds of stocks do I like to trade garmin data?

Mostly trade stocks between $1-$20. Majority of the stocks I trade are below $10. Favorite types to trade are momentum stocks. I do both Swingtrading and Daytrading kostenlose sms töne herunterladen.

Lessons from my biggest win:

Biggest win was about $5,000 dollars on an ipo breakout stock. It was shortly after my biggest loss so it really helped my confidence 🙂 Biggest lesson I learned from this was never get so down on yourself that it puts you out of the game sims spiel zum herunterladen. Never take a loss so big that you cant recover from it. Stay in the game and you will be successful.

Lessons from my biggest loss:

Biggest loss was a little stock known as Spreadtrum Communications, Inc (ADR) (SPRD), bought the breakdown when the fraud report was issued by Muddy Waters. herunterladen. never covered even tho i was up like 3 bucks per share on the stock, and watched it come all the way back. I covered the next day for a pretty stout loss. The lesson I learned from this was certainly one of greed and that anything can happen in stocks. Take gains when you have them.. dont be greedy.