Jump to content

greg g

Lifetime Members
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

greg g last won the day on January 14

greg g had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

Recent Profile Visitors

87 profile views
  1. I am sure this has been asked before but I did a search and couldn't find anything. after reading a bunch of books, doing the BBB courses up to Thor's which are way over my head I think the next best course of action is to pick a strategy and start in the sim, I plan on going through the archived webinars on different strategies as well. Question is, is there a fairly basic or intuitive stragy to start, I would like to look at ORB but everything I came across suggested it is more of an advanced strategy. I am thinking ABCD;s or reversals, reversals appeal to me because the double tops and bottoms and head and shoulders seem pretty easy for me to pick out on a chart, and the ABCD seem pretty straight forward, as well there are exiting tradebook plans for both I could use as a starting point. Thanks for any advice.
  2. Oh no worries there, already have a dedicated machine for the xxx sites. I found a deal on a 27" so started with that and will expand from there depending on how it works for me.
  3. Awesome, thank you for the replys, the 27" monitor makes sense, I was just on the recomendation on the BBT website, so will grab one today so tomorrow I can actually see what they are talking about in the chatroom. There are some 27" monitors on sale at staples right now as well, it seems the real price jump is going tot he 32" not the 24-27" everything else makes sense, great news if I don't have to upgrade my computer just yet, i do have 2 USB and a VGA port, snd that adampter is pretty cheap, along with the stand etc. What about having a dedicated laptop for trading, I don't really use it for much else other than e-mails, word processing, spreadsheets and have a few photo editing programs, but all my photos and documents are stored in the cloud so they don't take up any memory. I do have a couple laptops sitting around my office I could use for day to day stuff if needed.
  4. Hi everyone, new here and have some questions on getting set up with my computer, I have gone through many posts on ideal requirements but the more I read the more confused I become to be honest. So hopefully someone can help me out. I don't mind spending the money to get the right set up but just want to make sure I am getting what I need. I have looked at some of the recpomendations in the posts, but most them are not readily available in Canada, maybe due to supply chains etc. -I plan on getting a 24" monitor to start, and then add as I need and advance in my trading career, is this sufficicent for now or should I just buy a 27" or 32" now? Here is my current laptops specs Windows 10 Home 64-bit Version: 19043.1415 AMD Ryzen 3 3250U with Radeon Graphics system memory: 12GB, Memory slot 1: 8GB Micron Technology 3200MHz Memory slot 2: 4GB Kingston 2667MHz graphics device 1: AMD Radeon(TM) Graphics So question is, will this laptop work or should I be looking to upgrade, and if so from what I have read on here this is what I should be looking for -any processor that can run windows 10 will be sufficient? -get 16MB of ram? (when I looked about 1 in 5 computers had 16GM vs. 8, including most the gaming computers -a graphics card with seperate ram from the sytem memory -from what I can tell pretty much everything has the basic hardrive requirements. Here are a couple I found today that seem to fit the criterea, are in stock and on sale, https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/hp-17-3-laptop-natural-silver-intel-core-i5-1135g7-1tb-hdd-256gb-ssd-16gb-ram-windows-10/15363490 https://www.staples.ca/products/3000102-en-acer-aspire-3-nxhzwaa00b-173-inch-notebook-34-ghz-intel-core-i3-1005g1-2-tb-hdd-16-gb-ddr4-windows-10-home Thank you in advance for any advice, cheers
  5. Hi all, new to trading here and thought I would say hi. I am a home builder/general contractor right now, and long story short getting tired of the game, want to try something where I only have myself to hold accountable. I have read Andrews books as well as a few others, they are all starting to get a bit redundant and think it's time I need to start practicing and seeing things in action to get a better understanding of how it all works. I plan to start the website classes as soon as i finish the BBT youtube series trading for beginers 1 through 10. Hopefully will join a few morning sessions this week, and have been looking through the forums and have already found some great resources to start looking at, so will continue to read through them before posting too many questions that have already been ansered, but guaranteed my first questions are bound to be about computer and screen setup, saw some of the office set ups you guys have and that is beyond my understanding. For platforms, brokers etc was just planning on using Andrews suggestions, unless I find some info on here that may have a better suggestion. Cheers, all
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.