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KurtLoeblich last won the day on June 8

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  1. For me, it's not so much the chatroom and all the services they offer, but moreso, the people within it. I believe one of the most important parts of a chatroom is to have people participating who are willing to share their experiences and offer mentorship to those who are just starting/struggling. You can call out stocks to trade all day long, but unless traders understand WHY it's being called out, it doesn't really do anyone any long term favors. Sure, you can take the same trades as a more experienced trader, and you might make some money -- but making money following another does not make you a successful trader. That's one of the reasons I prefer BBT over a few other chatrooms I've been in. Andrew and Co. are not only willing, but INSIST on teaching strategies, psychology, etc. to the new/struggling traders and they almost force you to become educated. Oh, and did I mention he doesn't charge me an arm and a leg to learn from him?
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    Question for the consistent profiters

    Do you screenshot your trades? If so, I'd love to take a look at them. If not, we can start working together this week and go over them after the fact. If it truly is just a position sizing issue, we can get that fixed in no time! I'll just want to confirm thats the case by looking at 20 or so trades you've taken (winners AND losers).
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    Question for the consistent profiters

    Peter, I don't think that's how it works. If you're consistently having days that put you at max loss (SIM or otherwise) then your issue is that you're either: A) making bad trades and need to go back to the education stage and relearn what proper trades/strategy look like Or B)Your position size is too large and you're stopping yourself out before you give you trade time to develop. People like Andrew with elevated trading experience have what I like to call "market intuition" which means they can sense what the market is about to do. It's not right 100 percent of the time, but it gives them the ability to know within a few cents or a few minutes if something is working or not. Have you ever looked at a chart and thought to yourself "oh, this is going to pop" or "this is going to tank" and then it happens pretty swiftly after you have that thought? That's what people like Andrew have -- the difference between us and them is that they have far more knowledge on setups, psychology, and overall experience so they can get that feeling off of so many different signals that we just dont have tuned yet. Dont worry, with time and practice, you'll get there. That being said, and back to the original point, you need to figure out if your problem is option A or B. Both of them are pretty straightforward to fix and I'm happy to help you once you figure out which it is.
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    Question for the consistent profiters

    Peter, for what it is worth, I have 17,107 tickets since February of last year when I decided I needed to focus on education instead of money. All of these tickets are AFTER I completed my SIM three month period. Take that as you will.
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    Question for the consistent profiters

    It took me over a year to become a consistently profitable trader. I was one of the dumb ones, and decided that I didn't need to use a Simulator account and that I could just learn on the fly. Well, over $30,000.00 in losses later, I changed my mind. I hit the books, watched videos, and traded in SIM for 3 months before I started trading live again. And, when I did trade live, I started with 100 shares (or less) per trade, and only increased my share size by 25 percent each week if I had a profitable week. It took me about 4 months to reach my current position sizing. When you're first getting started, DONT focus on the money. Focus on quality setups, respecting your rules, and most importantly, MANAGING YOUR RISK. 90 percent of day traders fail. If you want to be a part of the ten percent who make it, do it the right way. 1) Educate yourself and determine your strategies 2) Practice and refine your strategies in SIM for a minimum of 3 months 3) When going live, start with SMALL position sizing and DONT focus on making money 4) Slowly and practically/sensibly increase your position size. Don't go from 100 share to 500. Honestly, don't even go from 100 to 200. Increase your share size incrementally. 5) Continue to educate yourself. If you break your rules, see steps 3 and 4. You can always go back to smaller share size while you improve your processes. 6) Congratulations, you're now part of the 10 percent.
  6. Would anyone be interested? If so, let's see if we can get something going! I will be out of the country (going to New Zealand for 3 weeks) so I was thinking sometime early March.
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    T-Shirt Ideas

    Andrew -- why don't you go ahead and shoot me an e-mail so I can get your shipping information. I have no problem sending some stuff to you to check out. Just let me know what size/which designs you like. kurt@quickprinttees.com I'll be recreating the designs so I'll also need you to send me the artwork for the BearBullTraders logo (vector file preferred but a high res PNG with transparent background will do).
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    T-Shirt Ideas

    I agree that a poll or something needs to happen. Alternatively, Andrew just needs to tell us which ones he wants to make available!
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    T-Shirt Ideas

    Hey guys! As suggested by our fearless leader Andrew, I decided to start a post regarding potential T-Shirt ideas. Since I own an apparel printing company, I can offer you guys some really good pricing assuming we come up with design ideas. I do direct to garment printing, so that means I can print in as many colors as you want -- it won't have an impact on pricing. You can view some samples at https://www.instagram.com/quickprinttees/ Let me know if you have any questions! P.S. My work e-mail is Kurt@quickprinttees.com if you want to get in touch outside of these forums.

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