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  1. Aiman Almansoori

    Stream Deck to Manage Risk

    I finished watching the video yesterday but then the internet died lol! Anyway wanted to thank you for putting the effort into making it! It was really helpful!:DD Hope to see more similar videos in the future! :DD
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    chatroom

    I already miss the chatroom:( Who's here:D
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    Why having a daily profit target is important?

    Hello Andrew! I'm still on sim, but I've thought about that a lot, my answer might not be as important as other live members opinions, but I'm still willing to give it. I treat sim as close as it's to live as possible, therefore, my daily goal is 200/300$. However, I'm not always sticking to that goal, sometimes it's more than that, like x2 or x3, sometimes it's just half of my daily goal. Let me explain how I treat my daily goal target and what I'm doing after that. First of all, if the day was easy, and I hit my daily goal with a few trades, and I see a lot of opportunities, I won't quit the day, I've a rule I set for myself," If I hit my daily goal, I allow myself for 1 extra trade, if it's a loss, I quit with 260(my max loss per trade is 40$), if I win that extra 1 trade and I see opportunities, I give myself another extra trade, if I get stopped out I quit, if not I continue) and so on. Secondly, if I started red, the market is choppy, and eventually I got out of that red status to green, or close to daily goal, I just quit before hitting my daily goal. I think a lot of people might agree that starting out bad and getting out of a red whole messes up the psycology, and one should be greateful he got out, so just quit the day there. Finally, If the day is choppy, but I'm doing fine, and it's hard to trade, I'd trade until I either hit the goal, or until I start feeling that I'm starting to make stupid trades or broaking the rules and get out with less than the daily goal Hopefully that's helpful! And I'll add more if I remember something!
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    Fallen Angel

    well, I wouldn't say exactly they're the same, abcd pattern is a continuation of the trend, stock goes higher, then it just consolidates, maybe pullback just a little bit, and on the point d you take an entry. On fallen Angel the stock just drops so much, if anything, it can look like a reverse abcd, I mean imagine a huge drop, then a conslodiation, then logically one would expect a continuation of a downtrend, but with fallen angel you expect it to go high to it's starting point at least))
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    Speaking Out Loud During Live Trades

    Thank you!
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    Speaking Out Loud During Live Trades

    Great discipline :DD and great u left with a small loss! sorry my headphones are broken so I could hear nothing))) maybe you said it in the video) but I've a question, reverse abcd and a fallen angel can be literally the same, but one goes high, the other falls down. Is there a way to identify whether it's a fallen angel or reverse abcd? Or a fallen angel can't be on mid float stock), I mean, why did you take the trade short, couldn't it be that the stock is just holding a level and now ready to break up? Or because it had so many moving averages above it, it was most likely to go down)) I guess now I'm just writing everything going in my head, I'll leave you to it when you've time)) thanks in advance!
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    Fallen Angel

    well, a stocks gaps up, at open it goes hiiiiiiigh :D, well in that example you can see it went 30 cents up, then the stop failed to break the 2.75, and dropped to as low as 2.40, you can see it's just chopping around the lvl 2.40 and the a little bit above the VWAP, ignore all the chop, just focus on how it's holding the lvl 2.40, it tries to break it and go lower but it can't, it's consistantly being bought at 2.40, it's been holding the 2.40 for like 15 mins! Finally at 9:49 with volume the stock goes higher! reaches the premarket high, previous day high and even cracks it. You might say the stock had volume at 9:39, why didn't he enter there :DD I actually don't know, if I was watching the stock I might have gone long at 9:39 or 9:44, anyway, it was still a good plan, your stoploss will be either below the 2.35 or that moving average, your target the high of premarket or day or whatever you've in your chart In short, Fallen angel is as Andrew says a low float stock, with high volume, it's in play, it opens strong but then falls like an Angel, and then just keeps holding some level which is going to be your stoploss, once you see a volume spikes go long and wait either for your angel to hit your target or to fall even more and get stopped out))))
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    Position sizing

    it'll definitely help me, dicrease my losses, and maybe make better profits I was just trading with 100/200 shares no matter were my stop loss was, that was terrible because sometimes I was winning 1/2/3 trades and then sometimes one trade wipes that all... With position sizing, it'll help me held my winnings and make my loses small)) Thanks again))
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    Position sizing

    Bro that's amazing, I loved the calculations and that sheet)) I printed it as well, I think I'll buy a keyboard and just stick everything bymyself for now, but I really like you keyboard :DD!! It's amazing! Thank you for sharing this)
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    Bearish Engulfing Crack Strategy

    I actually was waiting for a bearish ingulfing crack there, but I told my self that I better enter after it breaks the VWAP for a better entry, once it failed it at 9:45-10:00 especially that hammer candle I just went long and it was a good long!
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    How do you watch a stock?

    That's a great question! I'd love to know how everyone watches their stocks and what they're waiting for! For me, I watch only 6 stocks, no matter how many stocks there are, when the market opens I keep an eye on all of them and then identify the best stocks for orb, I eliminate the most volatile stocks, the stocks which have terrible entries, usually what's left 2/3 stocks, I then take the best 1 or 2 to do ORB if possible, if not I just continue watching what they're doing, if there's a stock which is extended I wait for a reversal around a technical level when it reaches it, if there's a strong stock trending I wait for pullbacks for a better entry. Once I'm in trade I ignore all my screens and just focus on the trade, lvl 2 and and charts, I'm not so good with reading volumes for now)))But I'm willing to learn.
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    Show us your set-up!

    Yeah I totally agree I’ve never thought I’m going to build a gaming machine, and now we’re doing it for trading!)
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    Introduce Yourself!

    Hi guys! I've been here for like a month but never introduced my self here :DD My name is Aiman, I'm an Arab, well, half an arab My mother is Russian, I've lived half of my life in Russia, the other half in Yemen, currently I live in Russia; Studying actually :DI'm a medicine student, I want to become a heart surgeon xD. I've never known that stock markets actually exist, and that everyone has a chance to trade! First time I heard about trading was related to cryptos, I thought it was an easy way to become rich, I read lots of scams, youtube videos that explained how easy it's to become rich by investing in cryptos, so I opened an account on some website, made a small deposit(500 euros) and on march bought at 12k hearing that it's going back to 20k and even 100k!! So dump right?)) Anyway, it fell to 8k, and I kept holding, then 9k, and I decided to get out, luckily my loss was 30% of 500 euros not 30% of 5000!!! I started reading about cryptos, support and resistances, and how to trade them, eventually I figured out that wasn't for me, and it's not a profession one can hold on to, maybe only hope. Along with cryptos I was reading about stocks, investing, and swing trading, but I figured out that with my capital I'll suffer there. Eventually I came across day trading! I watched tons of videos, read tens of books, got attached to it. My last book was Andrew's book'How to day trade for a living'. Honestly! Best book I've ever read, so simple, has everything summarized. It made daytrading simple! I was so confused with those lagging complicated indicators that I felt I'll need years to figure them out, I actually was ready to study even for years, :DD I mean comparing 6 years in medicine to 3 years studying indicators? It worth it:D Anyway, after Andrew's book, and how simple he explained everything, I searched for him in youtube, I watched all his recaps, emailed him a few times, and I actually was surprised how fast he was responding! I texted a lot of youtubers seeking for information but their answer was mostly"Sign up to my chatroom and you'll get everything you need, everything I do is taught there!" Andrew in compare to every other traders was humble, and helped for free :DD Answered all the questions I asked without asking for anything in return, I really loved that and after that I decided to join the chatroom, I paid for anual member ship+3 months das simulator, I might pay for 3 more months because I want to practice more, and hopefully in the next week I'll pay for a lifetime membership :DDD I really love this community, members here are nice, helpful, and overwhelming :DD Thank you for doing everything you do xD
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    Show us your set-up!

    Hi guys! I finally got my trading station ready! First of all I really want to thank everyone posted here, I read every comment, every detail and everything you posted, in conclusion I could build my own trading station! I actually lost all my trading capital building the station and hopefully becoming a life time member, but after thinking about it and reading @Andrew Aziz book I learned that it's an investion I've to do in order to become a successful trader. First lose money! Then make it :D, I'll be in simulator until I save money for trading So, let's go to the details! 1)Graphic card ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 8GB ROG STRIX Graphics Card (STRIX-GTX1080-A8G-GAMING) I wanted to buy the MSI Gtx 1080 gaming 8 x8gb but it wasn't available in my country, so I went with this 2)Mother board GIGABYTE H370 AORUS Gaming 3 WIFI (LGA1151/Intel/USB3.1 Gen 2 Type A,Type C/HDMI/M.2/ATX/DDR4/Motherboard) 3)Ram CORSAIR VENGEANCE LED 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 2666MHz C16 Desktop Memory - White LED 4)CPU Corsair CX Series 750 Watt (2017) 80 Plus Bronze Certified Non-Modular Power Supply (CP-9020123-NA)I actually got 100w, but couldn't find it in amazon, you actually don't need 1000w, 750 is more than enough! I think even 650 will work, but I couldn't find 750 in my country as well 5) Cooler ARCTIC Freezer 33 eSports ONE - Tower CPU Cooler with 120 mm PWM Processor Fan for Intel and AMD Sockets - for CPUs up to 200 Watts TDP - Silent and Efficient (White) 6)Processor Intel BX80684I78700 8th Gen Core i7-8700 Processor 7)SSD, ADATA SU800 256GB 3D-NAND 2.5 Inch SATA III High Speed Read & Write up to 560MB/s & 520MB/s Solid State Drive (ASU800SS-256GT-C) 8)Hard disk 2tb WD Blue 2TB Desktop Hard Disk Drive - SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch - WD20EZRZ you'll need an ATX box I believe but it depends on your style :DD With the box this whole setup cost me 1450$ from a local store, I also have 4 philips monitors 24 inch each cost 100$+ a cheap desk xD 60$, gaming mouse and keyboards because I love games, both cost 80$, and a stand for 6 monitors which cost 120$, 3 hdmi cabels, 1 adapted from vga to display port, another from hdmi to display port. I believe that's all!
  15. Aiman Almansoori

    The "Sour Hours Trader"

    Wish you best of luck!!
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