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85. Three Hot Trading Niches To Consider
On today’s episode, I want to share three popular trading niches that you may want to consider.
84. The Odds Are Stacked Against You
When you place a trade, don’t forget that on the other side of your computer screen are some of the brightest minds on Wall Street and they can spot an amateur trader based on his actions in a split second. If you don’t walk into the market with a plan, you could easily lose money.
83. What Is Your Trading Niche?
Once you have settled upon trading as a new income stream for your future, it is vital to determine what your specialty or trading niche will be. And the easiest ways to determine your initial trading niche is to take an inventory of both your strengths and weaknesses, as well as your interests.
82. Three Books Every Trader Should Read
In this episode, Jerry Robinson shares three books about trading stocks that belong on the bookshelf of every new and aspiring trader.
81. The “Risk Percentage” Technique (Part 2)
In this episode, you will learn a simple real-world example of how to use the "Risk Percentage" technique, which is a popular way that traders can determine their position size.
80. The “Risk Percentage” Technique (Part 1)
There are many position sizing techniques in the trading world, but today I will focus on the "Risk Percentage" technique.
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Great for beginners
A good podcast for learning and there not trying to sell a course every episode
Amazing crash course on the stock trading
It was such an easy listening session and a brilliant idea for someone who has no idea how to get into the market. There are some important concepts that I wished were explained more and given more time but I respect the format of the podcast and I understand that I should do my own research.