The Reality of Stock Trading: Timothy Sykes in Italy

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Everyone wants to know how to find success in the stock market. It’s all about balance.

The benefit of trading is that anyone can learn. As long as you have a computer/phone, internet connection, and dedication, you can start. I have students who start trading while in school, while working — it’s fantastic.

Not everyone will find success right away. In fact, most won’t find success for awhile, if ever. My top student, Tim Grittani, didn’t make profits for almost a year.*

Whether you trade more aggressively like Grittani or take smaller positions like me, you need to learn how to take advantage of and profit from morning runner plays.

You should constantly be studying and watching the market, but sometimes the best trade is no trade at all. Remember that.

Don’t aim for home runs. It’s a step by step process. You need to put in the time and effort, and have patience.

If you study enough, you’ll learn to spot patterns. You start recognizing which stocks are going to move. Learn how to take advantage of these patterns.

Do you trade morning runners? What are your favorite patterns to trade? Leave a comment below and let me know!


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