Million Dollar Traders, Episode 1: “Make Me a Trader” The contestants are introduced to the trading floor and begin to build their portfolios. Million Dollar…
30:40 “I bought some shares and that made the price go up”
Honestly, it’s not that hard. The biggest thing in trading is DISCIPLINE.
Then again, I’m a swing trader. You have to pick a loss point and stick to
it, same with profits. You have to lock in your profits, at least half;
people get greedy then lose it all.
It’s recommend for everyone
The people are basically all morons who have not even an iota of knowledge
regarding running a balanced portfolio. Also, they seem to be very much
short-term traders, which is more or less akin to gambling for clueless
novices like them.
Anton Kreil, that big-mouthed sack of lard who is their “manager”, shows
just what an empty shell he is. Zero training, zero real advice, just
I don’t understand what is the purpose of this video. To scare people away
from stock market? interesting.
27:25 “It might just be sitting in the bank earning 5%”
why do they phone up to make a trade? why dont they use there computer???
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i like how the entire series they just focused on the trouble
makers….they didnt even interview the good traders the black guy the lady
and the ex soldier to ask whats going on with their trades and their
One day. All these people will wake up and realise that their paper money
that they have perhaps accumulated thru hard work, back stabbing, ego
worship, vanity, and stamping there boots on the faces of their brothers
and sisters – does not hold any real intrinsic value. They will sit there
with their pile of cash all alone and cry a heart wrenching pain for the
damage they have done. And the love and care that they murdered and know
that deep down they are slaves and not yet free.
Hey, I live in Philly I would like to purchase a sizable piece of real
estate in in Florida – I need to raise 6 mil and am willing to pay 20%
return which I know sounds like BS but I am in a spot – once I purchase
the estate I will take out a 2nd mortgage and repay original sums plus
20%. This is not a scam – I can meet you in person – you can check me out,
my id – whatever.
All In Ones
I’m not an expert in any way, but most of those people seem to buy stock
randomly hoping they grow without doing any speculations of the graph
moments at all.
I would join and bust my ass off for a good paying job like a trader
All theyre doing is gambling on shares. No investing at all.
I would be perfect for this job. If anyone knows the myers-briggs
personality matrices, I am an ENTJ. Pure logic, emotions are for other
“humans”, driven by facts, objectiveness, analytics and logic in life.
Does anyone what to teach me how to trade for free London based
*Pfff… Million Dollar Traders!*
Interesting undertaking. I bet a certified investment strategy would be of
great use here.
“No Fear Investor” sent me here.
That Indian guy doesn’t understand that trading equities is just as
high-minded as selling tea bags and mars bars. And those old toffs were
trading British Gas and Tate & Lyle shares because of brand awareness, not
because of fundamentals. They’re not just novices, they’re money hungry
I’m not taking the whole trading thing too seriously yet because I just got
into it. Started out 3 days ago with the 20 quid that I started off with
for free and now I’ve worked my way up to £36.12. I just like to do it
after work with a nice joint and a game of diablo while watching the graph
on my second monitor. Seems to work for me :)
To anyone who trades stocks, where is a good place to start?
I understand that Warren Buffet’s essays are a big help?
is it even still the “same” anymore?