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Re: Backpage escort
« Reply #15 on: January 14, 2017, 02:08:47 AM »
@Ishyster..Im game..message me some info..i always listen and look for opprtunity...

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« Reply #16 on: January 14, 2017, 06:06:38 AM »
@Ishyster..Im game..message me some info..i always listen and look for opprtunity...

Info sent. You are a smart man and have already gotten farther than most by just inquiring.
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« Reply #17 on: January 14, 2017, 10:02:51 PM »
Fellas - heading down this week looking for some top end talent - Any info is much appreciated

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« Reply #18 on: January 17, 2017, 02:11:58 PM »
@Ishyster, can you pm me the info as well.


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Re: Backpage escort
« Reply #19 on: January 17, 2017, 02:38:49 PM »
@Ishyster..Im game..message me some info..i always listen and look for opprtunity...

Info sent. You are a smart man and have already gotten farther than most by just inquiring.

@Ishyster I'm always trying to figure out ways to make money bro. Please message me that info!

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Re: Backpage escort
« Reply #20 on: January 17, 2017, 05:09:48 PM »
To make this much easier I will put the information here that way I don't have to keep messaging the details back and forth.

Basically here it is in a nutshell; I'm a full-time daytrader. This is my primary source of income and it has been for a few years now. I do this from the comfortability of my own home or anywhere that provides reliable internet access when I travel. On average I make $290-$350 a day which can be done in as little as 10 minutes and in rare cases 7.5 hours. It is very rare that I'm even trading that long, but not impossible. To be honest I'm not even trading a total of 20 hours a week. Usually by noon I am done. Technically I can make more if I wanted, but I also spend time to teach adults and at risk youth in African American communities how to trade as well as understanding the markets.

I got into this by ruining my record because I was too smart for my own good. Society made it difficult for me after changing my life and refused to give me a 2nd chance. There was only one organization that gave me an opportunity and this is why I work with at risk youth. I also work with adults who have been released from prison, have felonies, financial issues or society just gave up on them and said once a criminal always a criminal. I teach people how to be financially free, make their own 2nd chance, and try my best to pay it forward.

I'm not one who just talks the talk or brags; I'm from Brooklyn. I actually do what I say and back it up; maybe you can tell from certain post or replies I have made on this forum. In all my time here I have not brought what I do up, but there has been many post about money, what people pay, or what they should pay. If you want truth I pay the market rate ($40) to choke these hoes with my meat, skeet down their throat, and gape their anuses because this is what I know. This is what I do and I look at pussy no different than I do a stock chart. I'm not into over paying, but have I over payed, f--k ya. Not because I'm a simp or a lame, but truthfully it's because I can afford to spend $200 the way some dudes spend $20. I'm not saying this to brag because I usually always pay the market rate, but my reasoning for this is a dollar to me is not the same to others. Best believe though I am a penny pincher in every aspect.

Anyway this has been a long reply, but if you want to get an idea of what I do, make good money for yourself, and free yourself financially, then click the link and watch my playlist.

Just remember I told you.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS4Fo1yvlqA_AoNIn40c-3cxXWt-E51Ec
« Last Edit: January 17, 2017, 09:10:12 PM by Ishyster »
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Re: Backpage escort
« Reply #21 on: January 18, 2017, 12:54:38 PM »
To make this much easier I will put the information here that way I don't have to keep messaging the details back and forth.

Basically here it is in a nutshell; I'm a full-time daytrader. This is my primary source of income and it has been for a few years now. I do this from the comfortability of my own home or anywhere that provides reliable internet access when I travel. On average I make $290-$350 a day which can be done in as little as 10 minutes and in rare cases 7.5 hours. It is very rare that I'm even trading that long, but not impossible. To be honest I'm not even trading a total of 20 hours a week. Usually by noon I am done. Technically I can make more if I wanted, but I also spend time to teach adults and at risk youth in African American communities how to trade as well as understanding the markets.

I got into this by ruining my record because I was too smart for my own good. Society made it difficult for me after changing my life and refused to give me a 2nd chance. There was only one organization that gave me an opportunity and this is why I work with at risk youth. I also work with adults who have been released from prison, have felonies, financial issues or society just gave up on them and said once a criminal always a criminal. I teach people how to be financially free, make their own 2nd chance, and try my best to pay it forward.

I'm not one who just talks the talk or brags; I'm from Brooklyn. I actually do what I say and back it up; maybe you can tell from certain post or replies I have made on this forum. In all my time here I have not brought what I do up, but there has been many post about money, what people pay, or what they should pay. If you want truth I pay the market rate ($40) to choke these hoes with my meat, skeet down their throat, and gape their anuses because this is what I know. This is what I do and I look at pussy no different than I do a stock chart. I'm not into over paying, but have I over payed, f--k ya. Not because I'm a simp or a lame, but truthfully it's because I can afford to spend $200 the way some dudes spend $20. I'm not saying this to brag because I usually always pay the market rate, but my reasoning for this is a dollar to me is not the same to others. Best believe though I am a penny pincher in every aspect.

Anyway this has been a long reply, but if you want to get an idea of what I do, make good money for yourself, and free yourself financially, then click the link and watch my playlist.

Just remember I told you.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS4Fo1yvlqA_AoNIn40c-3cxXWt-E51Ec
all the more power to you if you are one of the VERY few who make money day trading. I make alot investing in energy companies. I however have never been able to make consistent money day trading and I'm far from dumb or uneducated. I tested on a college level in middle school. Good luck with your trading but please don't get novices losing their hard earned money chasing unattainable dreams.

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« Reply #22 on: January 18, 2017, 01:05:18 PM »
Day trading = momentum investing.

In momentum trading, traders focus on stocks that are moving significantly in one direction on high volume. Momentum traders may hold their positions for a few minutes, a couple of hours or even the entire length of the trading day, depending on how quickly the stock moves and when it changes direction.

Momentum traders look for stocks moving significantly in one direction on high volume and try to jump on board to ride the momentum train to a desired profit. For example, Netflix (Nasdaq:NFLX) surged over 260% to $330 from January to October in 2013, which was way above its valuation. Its P/E ratio was above 400, while its competitors' were below 20. The price went up so high primarily because many momentum traders were trying to profit from the uptrend, which drove the price even higher. Even Reed Hasting, CEO of Netflix, admitted that Netflix was a momentum stock during a conference call in October 2013.

Momentum investing by day trading works best in a volatile market where large swings allow to buy low and sell high.  Otherwise much research is required to find stocks that have momentum potential in flatter markets.

The strategy is not viable for a steady, sure source of income revenue.  In fact English school children randomly throwing darts at a basket of individual stocks have topped returns of professional stock pickers in experiments. 

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Re: Backpage escort
« Reply #23 on: January 18, 2017, 01:21:09 PM »
To make this much easier I will put the information here that way I don't have to keep messaging the details back and forth.

Basically here it is in a nutshell; I'm a full-time daytrader. This is my primary source of income and it has been for a few years now. I do this from the comfortability of my own home or anywhere that provides reliable internet access when I travel. On average I make $290-$350 a day which can be done in as little as 10 minutes and in rare cases 7.5 hours. It is very rare that I'm even trading that long, but not impossible. To be honest I'm not even trading a total of 20 hours a week. Usually by noon I am done. Technically I can make more if I wanted, but I also spend time to teach adults and at risk youth in African American communities how to trade as well as understanding the markets.

I got into this by ruining my record because I was too smart for my own good. Society made it difficult for me after changing my life and refused to give me a 2nd chance. There was only one organization that gave me an opportunity and this is why I work with at risk youth. I also work with adults who have been released from prison, have felonies, financial issues or society just gave up on them and said once a criminal always a criminal. I teach people how to be financially free, make their own 2nd chance, and try my best to pay it forward.

I'm not one who just talks the talk or brags; I'm from Brooklyn. I actually do what I say and back it up; maybe you can tell from certain post or replies I have made on this forum. In all my time here I have not brought what I do up, but there has been many post about money, what people pay, or what they should pay. If you want truth I pay the market rate ($40) to choke these hoes with my meat, skeet down their throat, and gape their anuses because this is what I know. This is what I do and I look at pussy no different than I do a stock chart. I'm not into over paying, but have I over payed, f--k ya. Not because I'm a simp or a lame, but truthfully it's because I can afford to spend $200 the way some dudes spend $20. I'm not saying this to brag because I usually always pay the market rate, but my reasoning for this is a dollar to me is not the same to others. Best believe though I am a penny pincher in every aspect.

Anyway this has been a long reply, but if you want to get an idea of what I do, make good money for yourself, and free yourself financially, then click the link and watch my playlist.

Just remember I told you.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS4Fo1yvlqA_AoNIn40c-3cxXWt-E51Ec
all the more power to you if you are one of the VERY few who make money day trading. I make alot investing in energy companies. I however have never been able to make consistent money day trading and I'm far from dumb or uneducated. I tested on a college level in middle school. Good luck with your trading but please don't get novices losing their hard earned money chasing unattainable dreams.

It's comments like these that make people feel they can't do it. To say it is unattainable or that it is a dream goes to show your lack of confidence or knowledge in the markets. What may be unattainable to you due to whatever reason isn't the same for everyone else.
« Last Edit: January 18, 2017, 04:39:29 PM by Ishyster »
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Re: Backpage escort
« Reply #24 on: January 18, 2017, 01:57:56 PM »
Day trading = momentum investing.

In momentum trading, traders focus on stocks that are moving significantly in one direction on high volume. Momentum traders may hold their positions for a few minutes, a couple of hours or even the entire length of the trading day, depending on how quickly the stock moves and when it changes direction.

Momentum traders look for stocks moving significantly in one direction on high volume and try to jump on board to ride the momentum train to a desired profit. For example, Netflix (Nasdaq:NFLX) surged over 260% to $330 from January to October in 2013, which was way above its valuation. Its P/E ratio was above 400, while its competitors' were below 20. The price went up so high primarily because many momentum traders were trying to profit from the uptrend, which drove the price even higher. Even Reed Hasting, CEO of Netflix, admitted that Netflix was a momentum stock during a conference call in October 2013.

Momentum investing by day trading works best in a volatile market where large swings allow to buy low and sell high.  Otherwise much research is required to find stocks that have momentum potential in flatter markets.

The strategy is not viable for a steady, sure source of income revenue.  In fact English school children randomly throwing darts at a basket of individual stocks have topped returns of professional stock pickers in experiments.

Your copy and paste skills are remarkable. Next to none.

You are obviously not a trader and have little experience in daytrading successfully to state that trading is not a viable steady source of income. I don't know about your dart throwing experiment versus professional traders, but it's all about calculated risk and probabilities. I'm not saying this was not possible, but have them throw darts the whole year and let's see if the outcome is the same. In addition to this there are over 10,000 companies in the stock market. How many stocks were in that basket? Was the basket filled with shit companies also or mainly companies that are known to be profitable?

Here is a perfect example. I'm sure many users on this forum have an Apple iPhone. Apple is the richest company in the world. It's even bigger than Exxon mobile and every year their share prices go up. What are the probabilities of Apple failing in the next 12 months? Very slim, but it can happen. Truth is you have a greater possibility of getting fired tomorrow from your job before a company like Apple, Google, Netflix, Tesla, Alibaba, or Amazon failed in the next 5 years. Yet have you even tried risking $20 in any of these companies in the last 10 years? Truth is people like feeling comfortable and are scared to take risk. This is why you go to work and take orders. It makes you feel secure. If you show up on time, do your work, you get paid, and hopefully get a raise every year. Many of you have a 401k and guess what really happens with your 401k. It's institutions and firms that are trading with your money, but they give you a little percentage of the cut. They are doing the same thing I am, but on a way bigger scale. Also, you can actually go in your 401k and change the investments yourself, but how many actually do it. They just let the money come from their check and have their employer match the funds, but they have no clue what the f--k is really going on. Then you check your 401k and see it going down and up month to month, but you can really prevent it from going down if you took the time to learn. The majority of people are scared workers. This is what you have been trained to be since a little kid going to school. You have been bred to work for someone. Even people who have their own business and feel they are free are still enslaved to a certain degree because your business relies on customers. No customers no business and even if you take a vacation you have to come back eventually, unless you have employees who can run everything while you are gone.

People who do not understand Risk Management and how to lose will more than likely fail. It's all about making your winners bigger than your losers and you will always be positive. Is it easy? No, but it is simple to understand. People get emotional, greedy, fearful, and anxious. These are all emotions you have to cut off when trading and go with the most sensible probability. Honestly I'm only right 40% of the time and I'm still profitable because when I am wrong I cut my loss quick, but when I am right it trumps my losers and I let it ride. 

Regardless if you don't want to trade the point is to free yourself financially, but personally other than getting paid to f--k hoes I could not think of a better job.

Free yourself financially.

Just remember I told you.
« Last Edit: January 18, 2017, 04:40:48 PM by Ishyster »
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« Reply #25 on: January 18, 2017, 02:26:47 PM »
You can make money momentum investing but it is a poor source of primary revenue.

Here's an experiment where a cat won the stock picking contest:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/frederickallen/2013/01/15/cat-beats-professionals-at-stock-picking/#26066a4772a4

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« Reply #26 on: January 18, 2017, 02:33:55 PM »
Been trading for 3 years.  Day trading. Momentum trading. Investing. It's all good until a slump.

Which happens to hall of fame baseball players. Boxers. Big wave surfers.

Sooner or later you get whacked.  Nature of the game.

I know the guy will say otherwise.  Can't happen to him.

But it happens to just about everybody. I would have been better off just investing. Even $7 commission fees add up. 
Like to play golf.  Practicing immigration law.  Investing in crypto.  Looking forward to football & hockey.

Ishyster

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« Reply #27 on: January 18, 2017, 02:34:58 PM »
You can make money momentum investing but it is a poor source of primary revenue.

Here's an experiment where a cat won the stock picking contest:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/frederickallen/2013/01/15/cat-beats-professionals-at-stock-picking/#26066a4772a4

This is not true. If you are making 70k a year with your primary job, and make 10k your 1st year trading that's great supplemental income. If in your 2nd year trading you make 30k, then 50k your 3rd year, 70k your 4th, and 75k your 5th it will become your primary income. When you get to the point that you are making more trading than what you make at your job it has become your primary source of income.

Traders who work for the bank investment firms or for other financial firms making 7 figures a year would laugh if you told them a comment like that.
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« Reply #28 on: January 18, 2017, 02:44:00 PM »
Been trading for 3 years.  Day trading. Momentum trading. Investing. It's all good until a slump.

Which happens to hall of fame baseball players. Boxers. Big wave surfers.

Sooner or later you get whacked.  Nature of the game.

I know the guy will say otherwise.  Can't happen to him.

But it happens to just about everybody. I would have been better off just investing. Even $7 commission fees add up.

I have been in a slump with trading, but like I said it all about trade management and risk management. Everyone goes through a slump so you are wrong because I'm not saying otherwise. There isn't one trader who never goes through a slump, just like a basketball player, football player, bowler, pool player, swimmer, race care driver, Wal-Mart, Target, Honda, Ford, or any company. It's what you do during that slump or after that determines how you survive.

Also you are speaking in the aspect of getting whack and losing everything. Any trader who loses everything is an idiot. That makes you a gambler, not a trader, there is a big difference. Like I said earlier many of you don't understand trading that's why you see it as a risk. You can trade and risk as little as $50, but make $250. If you are wrong you lose $50. You can risk $10. You can risk whatever you want and make 4 times the amount or more.

Also if you think that you have to pay $7 a trade you are wrong. This is what amateurs who do not know anything pay because they run to TD Ameritrade, E*Trade, Fidility, Scottrade or any of those retail broker who make money off commissions and screw you over.

The more I read these comments the more I realize how much there is a lack of understanding in the markets and this is why the rich stay rich. They make you think it's risky or more complicated than it is and the money stays with them. It's funny because I said all the stuff you guys are saying years ago before I got educated on the subject.

About your cat stock picking story let's examine this.

"At the end of the year, the professionals had £5,176, the students were down to £4,840, and Orlando (the cat) had amassed £5,542. How did he do it? "While the professionals used their decades of investment knowledge and traditional stock-picking methods, the cat selected stocks by throwing his favorite toy mouse on a grid of numbers allocated to different companies."

The pros were beating Orlando (the cat) until the fourth quarter, but he cannily traded his shares in Filtrona, a plastics company, for "under-performing Scottish American Investment Trust."

The Professionals had £5,176 and the cat had £5,542. What point were you trying to prove here? That cat made about 400 pounds more, but did the Professionals lose? So are you implying that it's all luck or something or are you stating the cat had stock picking skills? This cat used no skill or knowledge to make the money. Do you feel the outcome would have been the same long term?

If you have a 401k, any kind of investment or retirement you should put in under the management of a cat. Let me know how that turns out after 40 years.
« Last Edit: January 18, 2017, 04:48:15 PM by Ishyster »
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« Reply #29 on: January 18, 2017, 02:56:59 PM »
@Ishysterest

It is embarrassingly obvious you don't know shit about what you are talking about. 

If you want a sound investment strategy here is one.  I momentum invest and feel overjoyed when I hit a 6-10% return on yearly average.   Often you can hit that with an index fund or ETF, which is better for most average investors.  Anyhoo, this strategy is gold standard:

https://www.caseyresearch.com/articles/using-supply-demand-to-beat-market-interview-fund-manager-charles-biderman

 

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