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You need to do technical analysis, not fundamental analysis.
Day traders take advantage of stock momentums and use several techniques to study stock cycles and predict when a stocks find bottomes or peaks.
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You should separate you personal accounts from your trading account. There's no real need to have another bank account, just keep good records of income and expenses - a spread sheet can handle all your needs
Make sure you maintain good trade blotters, detailing all your purchases and sales. This will be helpful, not only for tracking trades but also can be used in the preparation of taxes.
Depending on the income you will be generating will be the criteria for filing an estimated tax return. If you can, find yourself a good honest accountant, there are many items you can deduct as a sole proprietor (insurance, rent, facilities expenses, subscriptions etc)
If you use a separate brokerage account, then all you income/expence can run through this account. The monthly statements will support your trade blotter and other income/expense items.
Don't forget the four main areas that all investors/traders need
1- A written sound trading/investment plan with rules that will not only help you but more importantly protect you, mostly from yourself.
2 - Sufficient trading/investment capital. Use your own money, there’s no need to go into debt so that you trade/invest.
3 - A written money management program in place.
4 – A full and complete understanding of the rules & regulations of the industry.
Go for it, I wish you the best, just be disciplined and you'll do fine.