Discussion in 'Prop Firms' started by kingfisher1111, Jul 27, 2020.
I have a hot stock tip for you if you wish to swing trade it...
It's your money to blow up, but if after 7 years of swing trading your account size is $2,000 to $3,000 I'd say the odds are most certainly against you. That being said, the image in my prior post list 3 offshore brokerages that are outside of SEC regulations that will allow you to daytrade with under $25,000.
Its weird, because right about that time Amazon was a little online bookstore and Ebay was like Amazon is now.
I understood your concern.. Trying to be cautious initially
Yeah, no shit. I was not trading stocks back in the late 1990s, but if I had? I would be really hurting if I had missed that gem. Knowing me, I would have probably put my money into that awful pets.com because I liked the puppet more.
Sorry, do not day trade. Only Swing Trade and Trend Follow.
I remember in like 2007 when Reed Hastings raised Netflix subscriptions by like $3, which was like a 30% increase, because he wanted to further global expansion. At that point Netflix was at an all time high of like $110 or something if I recall correctly. Customer backlash caused a huge drive if cancellations which I can remember seeing it drop all the way down to like $33 a share. I remember seeing the price at like $900 a share years later wishing I had had two nickels and a mind for investing back then.
Edit - It was 2011, and you have to adjust the prices to before the 3 to 1 split a few years back.
Try Admiral Markets. Invest.MT5 (only longs available = ,,safest" approach")
But what kind of trading are you looking for? Is it forex, or stocks or other financial instruments?
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