Now you can with this exclusive set of Seminars on CD with traders talking
about how they got started and how they trade now!
- Kevin is
not one to follow conventional wisdom and tells us that what most people
learn from books about trading is not much use in trying to understand how
Shoebridge is not a full time trader but is a serious follower of the Dow
Jones 30 Index. Martin runs his family owned PC shop and trades the Dow from
his office. Martin has a dual monitor setup and can monitor price action and
trade accordingly during the day.
- is an ex-teacher who learned to trade at Trader House. Ernie just trades
the Dax and is happy to take 20 points profit a day. As he said "sometimes I
take 20 points before 9.00am, and then I am free the rest of the day"
- Russell has traded many instruments and currencies but has found his niche
trading Dax futures.
- During the interviews, breakfast was brought in to Ernie who had been at
his desk from before 8.00am. Ernie also started out trading currencies but
now trades mainly the stock indexes and other instruments once he has
researched them thoroughly. Vince has traded for several years and can't
imagine doing anything else.
- Rahim Sajan is the epitome of the professional trader. After getting his
engineering degree from Bristol, Rahim had a chance encounter with the CEO
of a trading company in New York. That encounter changed his life, he was
taught to trade using level 2 and quickly become a top New York trader
responsible for several hundred others. Rahim know lives in London and
trades his own money (which, he says, is much harder than trading the firms
money! Recently featured by his very happy broker, Rahim has been known to
trade up to 1,600 times in ONE day!
- Nick has the distinction of being one of the most active CFD traders in
the UK - it is not unusual for Nick to place over a hundred trades in a
day! As you can imagine Nick has a very short trading time frame and seeks
to take profits from a series of small, scalping moves. Nick has developed
his trading style for CFDs from originally trading futures.
- is a trader and analyst with GNI. Heath has been trading for less than a
year but has gathered a level of trading knowledge and experience that would
take a part time trader, years.
In this interview, Alan explains how he got stated in trading and why he
likes to trade the US
markets using level 2 to help time his trades. Those who have met Alan at
his occasional seminars or have seen his Seminars on CD will know he makes
full use of charts
to elect his trades.
- Of all the traders I have met Nigel is, without question, one of the
most relaxed. Living in the UK
during the summer he then flies over to Australia for our winter - a life
style many of us
would be very envious of! talks about times.
an ex-city trader who has traded UK
equities for many years. When the banks started shedding staff Iain decided
to trade full time from home, whilst successful, he missed the atmosphere
and interactions of a city dealing room. His answer? Ian created his own
trading room that he now shares with several other successful traders.
decided to recreate the city dealing room experience and has set up L.I.T.E.
based in Southend-on-Sea. Here, Iain is just one of the traders and his
style of trading is very short term, anything from a minutes to an hour or
so. Using CFDs, Iain selects trades based on expectations of news and the
momentum of the move.
- Ian also trades at the L.I.T.E trading centre but has a totally different
trading style to Iain. Also an ex-city trader for a major bank, Ian has
traded using his interpretation of technical analysis for a good many years
and trades in a longer time frame taking swing moves over several days and
Bill has enjoyed
a very varied life and career. He stated out as a cub reporter with a
regional newspaper and has been involved with TV, co-presenting at one
point, Pebble Mill at One. Bill became captivated by trading and went across
to Chicago to learn from the best. Bill has now developed a very effective
Treasury Bond day trading process that he talks about here. He has also
recently published a T Bond trading manual Price Action Trading.
Known as Mr
Charts on various bulletin boards, Richard is a day trader of Nasdaq stocks
and frequently posts his trades publicly. He developed his trading style and
made a decision to become a full time trader and has not looked back.
Richard has talked at Bloomberg and he shares here snippets about his
trading that includes how he uses charts and level 2.
Mike lives and
works in New York and is employed by Pristine and is also a very active
trader. When I met Mike at White Plains just north of the city, he was never
without his laptop with one eye on his trades whilst talking! In this
interview Mike talks about his trading, his philosophy and the Pristine
Anyone who has
studied Point & Figure charting will be aware of Kermit, he has published
many books and article on the subject.
Kermit lives just outside Washington
where I met him and he told me about the simplicity of P & F for swing
trading. Kermit describes himself as a veteran trader and has invested and
traded all his adult life. In addition to Point & Figure Kermit is an
options enthusiast and he talks freely here and shares his trading style.
is primarily a day
trader of Nasdaq and German stocks. Aboudy has had a successful career in
accountancy but became a trader after an airline investment unwound just
after September 11th. Not content with half measures, Aboudy quickly
realised that Technical Analysis was essential to day trade and he took and
passed the Society of Technical Analysts examinations. With a trading
friend he went on to develop a decision support program that scans and gives
him a constant feed of trade setups from a bank of servers.
- Roger started
trading whilst working full time and over the course of a 18 months became a
very successful trader. He then decided to quit work and trade from home
full time. Roger shares his experiences trading UK CFDs and how his trading
was affected when he started to trade full time.
Traders frequently say they have benefited from a 'mentor' someone to whom
they could relate and who has gone through the same highs and lows,
frustrations and success that most traders go through as they learn. Here
you will find eighteen 'mentors' who are willing to share their stories with
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