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  2. I think you can use IB interactive brokers - and trade in US - NASDAQ and NYSE. But if you find broker in NL which allows trading in USA stock exchange, it would be easier for you.
  3. I looked into RH, but as far as I can see its only available in the USA. Will have to see if there is something similar here in NL.
  4. Here is one example on SPY - Check RSI - Index went down but RSI was showing divergence - that's the point when u go in mostly.
  5. SGH - Went long on 22 and closed position. Might go short soon depending on how market behaves for MU.
  6. Since last few months - trading NIO perfectly well -
  7. Share the ticker and charts here for learning purpose if you create one.
  8. Their are tons of it. Their is no list of indicators but RSI, MACD, Eliot Oscillator, VMAP, etc are popular. Here is part of the list -
  9. Robinhood - transactions cost are none but execution can be poor sometimes. I use RH for the trades where my trades are not time sensitive or tick sensitive. With any leverage stocks - be careful - i.e. 2x and 3x ones - time decay will eat you up. Just use them as short term trading vehicle.
  10. Interesting, I'll look into them. Still new to investing so at the moment I am keeping it simple and continuing to research. Do you use robinhood because the transaction costs are low? Do you trade weekly or longer timelines?
  11. Thanks for the help, I'll start looking into those and reading about them. You say "etc etc" but is there a list of indicators?
  12. Can also try SPXS and SPXL for short term 3x leverage. Be careful with decay.
  13. This is my sample chart - which I trade on MU - You can check RSI, VMAP, Bollinger bands, Volume avg oscillator, etc etc. At the end of the day buy near support with tight stop loss. Don't marry to positions unless you are not long. This is my T - I sell put on T and make premium out of it and if i have to purchase it - it's ok - 7% dividend is good enough to hold it for long run.
  14. See here - https://www.google.com/search?q=stock+pattern&safe=off&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjrvvqL9sXgAhWpg1QKHYEPCioQ_AUIDigB&biw=1920&bih=979 Also - I use finviz - https://finviz.com/ And this one - https://www.tradingview.com/ Then this is my live platform - https://www.thinkorswim.com/t/index.html
  15. At the moment I've only ever bought index funds or ETFs and plan to hold them for the long term. I would like to use a small percentage of my portfolio to buy individual stocks and maybe trade more short term. What I don't understand when it comes to trade is what indicators there are and how to use them to identify which stocks to buy. Anyone have a short explanation of and how to use indicators?
  16. Backtest portfolio: https://www.portfoliovisualizer.com/backtest-portfolio Only works for USA, haven't found a good European one.
  17. Started, my plan is long term index or ETF investments. So not short term trading. Right now I am on Degiro (low cost broker in the Netherlands) with VUSA, which is a vanguard S&P500 ETF.
  18. Look out for Robin Hood. Get someone to refer you and you both will get 5$ to 150$ - for free. I use RH for NG and short term trades. Sometimes even I do day trade on it. Eyeing on SQ entry point for now. Started last year and RH has been solid so far. Even options are free on it.
  19. I'm at Fidelity. Currently just investing/trading in my ROTH IRA . It's nice having my 401K, IRA, and main credit card (2% flat cash back) in one place. I am interested in a lower fee platform for some short term trades.
  20. Feel free to share your favorite tickers so others can take a look. I trade on - NG futures, MU, T, TSLA, NFLX, etc.
  21. I trade on stocks and options. Platform - Robinhood and TD.
  22. Do not play against the trend - it's a golden rule. When the country does not care for its currency, there is no "certain resistance" where you can shorten. At some point an uncontrolled sale takes place, which leads to the hyperbole. Here is a fresh example: EUR/TRY In a sense, each hyperbole can be described, i.e. determine its resistance. In our example of the Turkish Lira there was a break from a long-term growth channel. His range was simple and for a time the currency rate was under control. However, Erdogan's actions resulted in a retreat from the lyre and a huge sale.
  23. Elliott wave makes me go nuts. I could never master it, seriously.
  24. ed_

    Learning AT

    Pattern Index: http://thepatternsite.com/chartpatterns.html Candlestick Patterns: http://thepatternsite.com/CandleEntry.html Elliott Wave Principle: http://thepatternsite.com/Elliott.html Enjoy!
  25. I use below stuff for my side line trading - https://finviz.com - For info on different things https://tradingview.com - For charts Thinkorswim - For trading I use Robinhood for trading small equities as it's free trading app.
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