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My basic trading philosophy can be summed up by one simple quote:

"Trade the ticker, not the company" - Nate Michaud


Monday, June 22, 2015

25 Minute Clip From My DVD

Below you will see a video of one of my 34 live trades from my upcoming DVD, "Trading Tickers: the Long and Short of it." I hope you all enjoy it, and please post below or on the youtube comments section if you have any questions! If you're interested in learning more of my rules and strategies, please check out the DVD info link and get discounted early bird prices! 




19 comments:

  1. Hi Tim, I would like to know the catalyst and reasoning for trading FNMA ? Looking back for news would it be to do with Billionaire investor, Bill Ackman and his liking of this stock and his lawsuit against the U.S. government over its treatment of Fannie Mae ?

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    1. That news regarding Ackman had actually been out a long time, there was no specific news catalyst to my knowledge. This play was entirely chart-based for me

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  3. I noticed in the video you use TOS charts, Das for L2, but placed orders using Sterling. Is there a reason the order was placed in Sterling verses Das or TOS. I'm assuming since you were going long and holding over night TOS would be the cheapest options, but I may be wrong.

    Do you have a software that links all those different platforms together or are you switching tickers in every platform if you find a momentum play?

    Also whats the reason behind the TOS charts; do you find it better than the other platforms or did you just use it for the video/DVD.

    DVD looks great though from that once example. If it's like that and more may be the best yet.

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    1. To answer your first question, I don't have funds in ThinkorSwim actually haha. Sterling was my choice because that's where I had the most funds available, although I easily could have also made this trade in Speedtrader, and it probably would have been a bit cheaper too.

      I don't have software that links all platforms together, I simply switch it in each manually.

      I use TOS charts just because I'm most comfortable with that charting software, especially how it zooms in/out. I used it when I first started trading, and can't get myself to switch!

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    1. Thanks for your interest! You can purchase at the following link: http://bit.ly/1G98d7I

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    2. Hi Tim, in your DVD how many of the 35 examples are of listed stocks versus OTC stocks. Thanks!

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    3. I believe 22 are listed stocks, 13 are OTCs

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    4. Thanks Tim! I have already purchased your DVD and can't wait for 1st August. 2 requests -

      1. Unsure if you are still developing the DVD content. In case you are and if you are open to suggestions, can you also cover some of your scaling in and out strategies. Like how to decide when can we scale in, and what triggers scaling out decision and by how much.

      2. Can you put more of listed examples, given that OTCs are pretty much exhausted it seems?!

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    5. 1. Unfortunately I'm done with the content, but I believe you will see examples of this in the DVD still!

      2. OTCs are pretty much exhausted for now, but every now and then that market can get nuts, so always good to know how to react!

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  5. when is it going to release? thanks

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  6. Hi Tim what is the price of you DVD

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    1. $1797 retail, still on sale for $797 early bird special though

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  7. Hey Tim loved the video can you tell me what platform you were using I currently use TOS but can't see OTC L2

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    1. The level 2 comes from "DAS Trader" which is a platform many brokers provide for a monthly cost (sometimes can be offset by commissions)

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