Secrets to Profitable Stock Investing & Trading Part 2 of 2

all right welcome to this video on the

secrets the profitable stop investing in

stock trading part two if you have not

watched part one please pause this video

watch plat one before continuing with

part two

are you ready alright let's begin so in

power of the video I shared the secret

to successful stop investing and the

main secret is all about investing in

fundamentally great businesses so again

what's a great business a great business

is one with consistent sales profits and

cash flow increasing every single year

green businesses are those with little

or more competition and like I said in

the entire market less than 1% of

companies are great businesses that are

investable so again in investing it's 90

percent fundamental analysis and 10

percent technical analysis now when you

pick a great business you know

confidently that over time the business

will increase in value you'll be more

and more valuable over time so you know

that in the long run the share price

will always be higher so the shots and

because of news and volatility and the

price goes up and down you don't to

concern in fact even if the price

crashes 50 percent it's okay because you

know it's going to go ahead and

eventually in fact you take advantage of

market crashes to buy more and more

shares as it goes lower because if you

do and when you rebounce eventually to

its intrinsic value you make a lot of

money so it's an investor of great

businesses to matter where the share

price goes in a short-term matter how

much it crashes you are not fearful at

all in fact you get excited right so

like I said in part 1 investing is kind

of like getting married when you get

married the most important thing is you

look at that person's fundamentals you

want to marry a person with you know

great character you know you know well

educated intelligent honest kind

hard-working alright so in this video

we'll be focusing on the secrets to

successful stop trading

and again trading it's a totally

different game

totally different skill sets from

investing stock trading is kind of like

a one-night stand

so when you choose stocks for trading

you're not too concerned about the

fundamentals of the company right in

fact it's really ten percent when you

choose stocks for trading you're not

concerned about the fact that it's got

too much debt you don't care that it's

over then in fact most of the time when

I choose stocks or trading I don't even

know the business that the stock is in

yeah and I don't care right in trading

we only care about the technical

analysis the short-term price movement

and price action so as long as that

price movement is showing upward

momentum we buy we go along you want to

buy high and sell even higher if the

movement that is going down we shot the

stock right we sell high we buy low and

we make quick shots and profits so isn't

it similar to one nightstand right when

you pick someone for one extend you

don't say hey before you go to my room

why don't you check what you do for

living what's your occupation

what's your college degree like you know

industry good good fundamentals good

character you got a good values no heck

that right as long as the person is hot

and is attractive and give you the right

signals the momentum signals boom you go

in for the action same thing now in

stock investing remember I said we don't

have a stoploss because we hold on to

the ups and downs for the good and bad

times right but in trading you always

want to use protection right one nice

thing you could use protection so in

trading you always going to put a stop

loss so the moment the price drops to a

certain level you're gonna tap your loss

so when you lose you only lose a small

percentage of your capital for example

when you lose 1% of your capital and the

moment it goes up to your profit target

you gotta take profits quickly right so

when you lose you loose a 1% when you

win you win say 2% or 3% and as long as

you win 50 percent or 60 percent of the

time you're making money because you

lose less when you're wrong you

more when you are right now what the

reasons why a lot of people don't do

well is because they allow trades to

become investments never allow a

short-term trade to become an investment

all right so I know a lot of people is

okay I'm going in for trade on say Roku

or Tesla beyond me right so Trey and go

in for trade and the moment it drops

what happens they don't cut their losses

a stop loss you say okay I'm gonna hold

speed come back one day I'm Warren

Buffett I'm a long-term investor you

can't do that and same thing in life

never letter one I stand become a

long-term commitment all right it's not

the right kind of person you want to

bring home to your parents just remember

there's certain kind of stocks like Roku

or B or mean or Tesla they are not meant

for investing you only meant for trading

because they've got high levels of debt

you're overvalued right but you only

want to invest in companies that are

really safe like for example Amazon or

Nike or propping gamble or Nestle that

are very very predictable in the future

all right let's get down to it so one of

the secrets are successful one-night

stands I mean sorry stop trading okay so

the first question would be what to buy

what kind of stocks make good trades

swing trades well it depends on your

strategy there's so many strategies

basically you have got trend cultivation

strategy and count the trend strategies

and I teach all of them in my cause I've

got to focus on trend conservation

strategies for this video so when you're

trading with the trend you want to only

focus on high momentum stocks stocks the

strongest upward momentum in the market

so when you buy there's a highest

probability you'll continue going up so

how do I identify momentum the first

thing I look at would be stocks with the

highest relative strength what does it

mean now the about eight thousand stops

in the US market and research has shown

that 80% of the gains that the market

mix comes from the top 20% of the stocks

at any point of time so in other ways I

only want to focus on the top 20% of the

strongest performing stocks in the

market and the way to measure it is

using and indicate the known as relative

strengths so when a stock has high

relative strengths it basically means

that this stock is performing stronger

than the rest of the market and I'm

going to show you in a short while the

indicator I use to identify high

relative strength nashua number two high

momentum stocks need to have a volume so

I'm looking for stocks that have at

least 200,000 shares traded a day

minimum but of course if we can you know

trade a few military a day that's even

more powerful third we want to catalyst

and the catalyst is always earnings or

sales growth so when a stock a company

has got earnings group in sales group

that drives people to buy and the price

to move up with momentum so let's take a

look at a chance right now all right so

let me show you the indicator I'm using

thinkorswim and I'm gonna look for the

relative strength indicator so that's

relative strength over there now bear in

mind that relative strength is different

from RSI RSR is something completely

different relative strength measures the

stock's price performance versus the S&P

500 okay so you can see that this stock

AMD has high relative strength now how

do I know

on this indicate the relative strength

you can see this blue line all right

now below the blue line you can see this

red horizontal line over here

so whenever the blue line is above the

rig horizontal line and the blue line is

sloping upwards it tells you that this

stock is stronger is performing better

than the rest of the SMP 500 so you can

see it's sloping upwards and it's above

the red line so I only trade stocks with

this high

relative strength another one would be

for example Adobe right so that Dobby

has high relative strength as well there

you go

right so currently it's above the red

line and it is sloping upwards so Adobe

is performing better than the rest of

the S&P 500 let me show you a stock with

weak relative strength so example would

be say GE General Electric let's take a

look at GE there we go so you can see

that GE the blue line which is the

relative strength is below the red line

right and it's sloping downwards which

means that this stock is underperforming

the rest of the market so we want the

strongest performance got it alright

great so example would be AMD now at the

same time we said we once starts with

high volume as well as earnings growth

so there are many websites you can use

one of them could be Phineas for example

all right so look an AMD does it pass

this criteria so I like to look at the

earnings for the mixture and earnings

for the next five years you know either

one I want to see earnings growth of at

least fifty to twenty percent growth you

can see the earnings growth mixture is

46 percent and the next five years is

projected great 35 percent it's way

beyond the 15 to 20 percent minimum that

I'm looking at next how about volume

look at average volume the average

volume of AMD's is 81 million shares

traded per day so this is a high

momentum stock next if I'm trading with

the trend it's really important that I

only select stocks that are in a strong

and clear uptrend if I'm going long and

a strong and clear downtrend if I'm

going short so how do I identify a

strong trend well really simple and it


trem okay now the first thing is take a

look at this first stop right now look

at the price action we call this choppy

price action so there's no clear trend

and if you take a look you'll notice

that the price doesn't respect the

moving averages it goes above the moving

average goes below the moving average

and the moving averages are kind of like

Criss crossing each other so you never

want to trade stocks with choppy price

patterns and instead that stocks are

always like that certain stocks are like

that during certain periods of time like

for example during the market crash

recently many stocks have choppy price

patterns they are not trainable so as a

trader we must be patient to wait for

the choppiness like the waves are choppy

you don't go out you know boating or

sailing you wait for the waves to go

into the right rhythm okay so we only

trade when you see the right stock

exhibiting the clear trend like that now

this is what we call a tradable stock in

a trainable market so why do we say that

this is a strong and clear trend here a

few clues number one

notice that the moving averages are

arranged in sequence from the smallest

moving average to the biggest moving

average now different people like to use

different moving averages and there's

boom magic behind it right I just happen

to like these moving averages for this

strategy so you can see the first moving

average the blue dotted line that's the

18 moving average okay the blue line is

the 50 moving average the orange line is

the 100 moving average the Green Line is

the 150 moving average and the last one

is the 200 moving average so notice that

when this stock is in a very clear

uptrend what happens the moving averages

are arranged in sequence from the

smallest to the biggest can you see the

18 is above the 50 which is above the


above the 150 which is above the 200

that tells me the tread is very very

clear but on the first example can you

see that the moving averages are all

over the place they have criss crossing

each other so the trend is not clear you

never want to trade in a choppy market

for a choppy stop next notice that on a

clear trend the moving averages are

respected was it mean see on an uptrend

moving averages as dynamic support

levels so on a clear trend every time

the price comes down it will find

support and the moving average

unanimously hits the moving average and

it will bounce off the moving average so

as you can see over here this stock

every time it goes down what happens it

hits the moving average let me just zoom

in a bit can you see that alright so

here's the moving average public versus

up goes down hits the moving average

reverses up here's the moving average

reverses up so the moving averages are

respected by the stock we only want to

trade these kind of stocks now they're

about 8,000 stops in the US market do

you think all the stocks meet all these

criterias every day no at any point of

time again less than 1% of all the

stocks will meet these criteria so some

of you may ask how do you finally stop

every day how long does it take you it

takes me no more than 20 minutes to find

these stocks every day how I use

customized proprietary screeners so in

my trading community my students will

get all these screeners that we run

every day and the screeners will

automatically look for these stocks with

high momentum and we focus on these

stops every single day this is called

our daily watchlist but again knowing

what to buy in the watchlist is not good

enough step 2 is you must know when to

pull the trigger we must know exactly

when to buy at what price level

so to help you to understand where to

buy understand that a stop doesn't work

in a straight line or does it go down in

straight line

how do stocks move they move in wave

patterns and they are made up of

impulsive with a corrective wave down so

a high momentum stock will move in this

way right so we've uh we've done with up

wave down with up wave down and the

pattern continues till the trend ends so

I always like to say that it's kind of

like a breathing pattern during the

impulsive with up is like breathing out

so imagine you're breathing out right

you breathe out can you breathe out


no you're gonna run off air so

eventually after breathing out you have

to breathe in right breathe in and once

if they cannot deep breath then you

breathe out again so that's how prices

move for momentum stocks so question as

a trader you wanna get in and get out

for profit right so question where do

you wanna buy where's the ideal point to

buy do you wanna buy doing the breathing

out you're gonna breathe or you're gonna

buy over here let's see if a or you want

to buy at say B when it has just

breathed in and you get in before it's

breathing out which one you want a or b

obviously B right

you want to get in and B so that the

moment you get in it starts to move up

you've got a lot of profits to capture

let's make sense but if you get in it

for example point eight over here it

moves up slightly you don't get much

profits and then boom it goes down and

hits your dance-pop loss so you always

want to answer after breathing in after

a corrective wave you answer at the

start of an impulsive wave that's the

make sense now the question is how do

you know that this is the end of the

corrective wave how would you know how

would you know that it's not going to go


right how do you know that the court if

wave has ended and it's the start of the

impulsive wave well there are no

guarantees in training but there are

ways that we can guess with high

probabilities and one way is to look at

support levels right so this is what we

call the high probability level of

reversal and we look at buying and a

strong level of support

now what creates a level of support

number one would be moving averages

right so I look at the moving average

like so and again when the price goes

down and it hits a moving average again

it can be any moving average could be

the 18 moving average 50 moving average

100 movement moving average it just is

to hit one of the moving averages and

the moving average has to be previously

tested to be a strong support I'll

explain that more in a short while

okay so that's the first first thing

that we look at a moving average support

next we can also use what is known as

Fibonacci retracement levels if you have

no idea what Fibonacci is please try and

cool Fibonacci there's a whole video on

learning about Fibonacci Fibonacci is

basically a mathematical formula that

helps us to determine the level of

support all right so based on

mathematics it has been found that

during an impulsive wave right a to B is

the breathing out wave and if a to B is

a hundred percent then the corrective

wave would usually correct to 38.2% 50

percent or 61.8% these are the key

Fibonacci levels I repeat 38.2%

50 percent and 61.8% personally I only

like to use the 50

and 61.8% Fibonacci level so in other

words when I see that the price hits a

moving average that has been tested

before and it is a Fibonacci 50% or

61.8% level I know there's a high

probability of his support and it's

going to reverse but wait there's more

I also look at candlestick patterns

again if you've got no idea how to read

candlestick patterns type Arabic ooh

candlestick patterns is a whole video on

candlestick patterns right so I'm

looking for something candlestick

pattern like a bullish engulfing pattern

or a bullish pin bar pattern that

indicates high probability of price

reversing from that level again I'm

going to show you that in a while so

hold your horses right mix I'm looking

at certain indicators called oscillators

and the indicator is to help me or is to

tell me that the price has been oversold

on a short-term basis you see the market

is got like a rubber band when it goes

down too fast it snaps back up goes are

too fast snaps back down

so the stochastic tells me when the

rubber band is over stretch to the

downside it's gonna snap up

alright so putting everything together

right we get this tah-dah so this is an

example of a trade I took some time ago

on zebra technologies and first and

foremost that's the stock meet our high

momentum criteria yes why because it's

on a clear uptrend how do you know look

at the moving averages you write the 80

moving average above the 50 50 above the

100 above the 150 above the 200 moving

averages are in sequence right so it's a

clear uptrend next do we have a clear

pattern of an uptrend

our moving averages supported yes so

what is every time right breathe out

breathe in

breathe out breathe in whenever he

breathes in the price will hit the

moving average can you see it respects

the moving average it hits the moving

average it goes up hits the moving

everything goes up so it's respected

okay so for this particular stop where

did I enter I answer at this point over

here right right above this candle okay

so why did I enter over here well let's

run through the list over here

so notice breathe out breathe in breathe

out so as it's coming down right as it's

retracing I'm waiting for it to hit a

level of support in this case it hits

the 50 moving average which is the blue

line okay now is the 50 moving average

is strong support yes because it has

been tested recently to be a strong

support so it has to be tested before

there we go next is this a Fibonacci

level yes it is right remember a B C

should be a 50% or 61.8% level so this

is what we call point a over here goes

to point B and then goes to point C so

notice Point C is tada

it is the Fibonacci 61.8% level which

means that the retracement has ended

with a high probability next we are

looking for a candlestick price action

reversal pattern and this happens to be

what we call a bullish pin bar that's

right even though it's red in color it

is a bullish pin bar because it's got a

small body in a lot lower shadow again

watch my videos on candlesticks to

understand this in details next at this

level is the rub and low enough that is

gonna step back yeah we look at

stochastics so look at this stochastic

indicator you can see every time it goes

below 30 right Casey this is the 30


every time it goes we go 30 it would

snap back you would stand back so at

this point when the price hit the moving

average you can see the stochastics when

below 30 which means is over so which

means at that point of time the

probability of the price going up is a

high probability I by the way this

strategy that I'm showing you is one of

over seven strategies that I teach my

students in the professional stock

trading course and some of my strategies

are swing trading strategies some are

day trading strategies some of them are

trend continuation some a counter trend

reversal strategies so this happens to

be a swing trading strategy that trades

with the trend all right and I call it

the bounce swing trading system so

exactly where do we end the trade well

here we are these are the entry rules so

we will place a buy stop limit order a

few cents above the high of the candle

pattern some of you may ask what's a few

cents right so roughly I would say you

know if it's below $50 you can use three

cents between 50 to 100 five cents we'd

be above $100 stock you could use ten

cents right alright so let's take a look

at another example

this is PEGI and notice that this is a

trade setup first of all high mentum

stock clear uptrend moving averages in

sequence and the price is respecting the

moving average so you can see the price

goes up breathe out breathe in so this

is the corrective wave so notice as it

goes down how do we know is the end of

the corrective wave we wait for to hit a

level of support boom it hits the 100

moving average which is this orange line

so the moving average acts as a support

level how do I know it's a strong

support because recently the hundred

moving average was tested before it has

to be tested recently to be a strong

support next it is also if people not

retracement level this is the a this is

the B and the C which is the retracement

is 61.8% cutter it meets the criteria

okay next we are waiting for a bullish

confirmation candle so in this case we

have got this big bullish candle that

appear that confirms that the corrective

wave is over it is now reversing upward

right so we have got this big bullish

candle to confirm the reversal now at

this point when it hits the support

notice that stochastics is also below 30

which means it's over Seoul rubber band

is overstretch gonna step up alright so

where do we enter the trade the moment

we see this confirmation candle which is

the bullish candle we place our buy

order so recall we place the buy order a

few cents above the high of this candle

right so just above the high about three

cents above the high of the candle it

would be there about twenty three

dollars and five cents just above this

high so we have a buy stop limit order

of twenty three or five so this means

that the next day if the price goes

above the high of this candle it would

trigger the buy order and when in the

train but the mixtape that price doesn't

go above that high the price goes down

our trip is not triggered because it is

a buy stop limit order so that's when we

buy now question is when do we sell so

recall that for investing

there's no stop loss there's no profit

target because it's a great company we

hold it to the ups and downs but in

trading the volume enter the stop you

have to place a stop loss and a profit

target simultaneously okay so where do

we place our stop loss we can place our

stop loss a few cents below the swing

low so what's the swing low

remember right breathe out breathe in

breathe out breathe in breathe out

breathe in these are what costs swing

lows and these are costs swing highs so

this is the current swing low over here

as you can see and we'll place our stop

loss just below that swing low so

already there we go our stop loss would

be just a few cents below that low at

21:55 so think about it we're gonna

enter the stock at twenty three or five

correct we're gonna put a stop loss at

21:55 so what is our risk but a shame in

other words if the price were to go down

and hit our stop loss how much would we

lose per share well you think 23:05 -

21:55 gives you a risk per share of a

dollar fifty cents so every share I buy

I'm risking a dollar fifty cents loss I

call this my one hour distance so always

remember in trading you have to know

what is your one hour are refers to your

risk of your trade in this case my risk

is a dollar fifty cents per share got it

okay great so if it goes to 21:55 I exit

with a loss but if I'm right and the

price goes up

I must exit with a profit where do I

place my profit target I always want to

take profit where my profit is double my

initial risk so if I'm risking a dollar

fifty then I want to take profit at 150

times two which is three dollars there

we go

so one hour is my risk to our is my

potential profit which is in this case

three dollars so three dollars plus

twenty three or five gives me twenty six

or five that's where I place my profit

target because I will take profit at two

are above my entry level so is that all

there is to

to trading not at all not even close the

next thing is the most important thing

in fact it's even more important which

is to know exactly how many shares to

buy we call this position sizing now

listen carefully as a trader you mean

take many trades a week a month a year

and every time when you take a trade you

must always listen always risk a fixed

percentage of your balance capital all

right and my suggestion is to always

risk 1 percent of your capital on any

trade one percent is in 1 percent ok

especially if you're a beginner now if

you get more confident you get more

aggressive the highest you should go is

to only risk treat percent of your

capital on any single train so for the

purpose of this example let's imagine

you risk 2% of your capital on this

train so how do you calculate the number

of shares to buy for each trade you

place well there's a formula this is the

formula right it's a Kathleen the number

of shares you buy is equal to your

percentage risk per trade which for

example is 2% in this case right

multiply it by your capital your balance

capital whatever is could be one

thousand ten thousand ten million

perfect so say it's five thousand

dollars right so what is 2% multiplied

by five thousand dollars it is a hundred

dollars okay and then you take this

hundred dollars and you divide it by the

risk per share which is the one hour

distance have you a bit confused don't


here's a real-life example all right

let's take a look at an example over

here of this trade so let's imagine

you're taking a trade where you're

buying right at 6:22 for example you

place a stop loss at 589 so what's your

one-hour distance in this case your 1r

would be 33 cents your risk per share is

33 cents

which is 622 - 589 all right so one hour

is 33 cents to R would be 66 cents

that's right this one to make - so a

profit target would be 66 cents plus 622

688 right so this the trade setup so how

many shares do we buy for this trade

let's use our formula now again let's

assume that you're you have a balance

capital of $5,000 and you decide to risk

2% betray now again once you decide on

2% it has to be consistent for every

trade what could be again 1% if you want

right let me consistent okay

now so we calculate the number of shares

to buy would be write your capital 5,000

multiplied by 2% that's the hundred

dollars make sense which means the most

that you can lose is a hundred dollars

that's your total risk but each share

you buy you're risking 33 cents so how

many shares can you buy so you take the

total risk which is a hundred dollars

divided by the risk per share 33 cents

gives you three hundred three hundred

and three shares now you go butter

that's how you calculate the number of

shares to buy

so your total position size would be 622

which is your entry price times trio

tree would be one a mid for which means

out of $5,000 you would use up 1,800 to

take on the train but again your risk is

not one thousand eight your risk is a

hundred dollars because of your

stop-loss being there alright so in

other words if this happens to be a

winning trade if it goes up and hits

your profit target you would win 66

cents times trio tree and that will give

you $200 which represents a four percent


in your capital but if it's a losing

trick here's the stop-loss

you will lose 33 cents times treatment


you lose $100 which represents 2% of

your capital so notice that every time

you place a trade you're risking one to

make two in this case you're risking 2%

to make 4% but if you risk 1% you make

2% if you restrict percent you make 6%

it always has to be this case now in a

professional stock trading course not

only do I teach my students all my stock

trading strategies but they also get all

the proprietary customized screening

software there was screen for all these

strict setups every day at the same time

they also get this customized position

sizing calculator they would calculate

all these things for you right so for

example your account size is 5000 you're

risking 2% per trade like the example

and we enter at 6:22 stop loss at 589

profit target at 688 boom and tada it

tells you the number of shares to buy so

this automates the entire process really

simple now some people ask me Adam hey

with all your fancy indicators and

moving averages and Fibonacci you can

predict the prices going up

why do you place a stop loss so always

remember this no one can predict where

the price would go in the short term all

we can do is to guess with probabilities

so I'm here to tell you this as a trader

no matter what strategy you use but what

magical indicators you use you cannot be

winning all the time impossible in fact

as a trader on average you will only win

on average 50 to 60 percent of the time

40 to 50 percent of the time you're

gonna have losing trades and let me tell

you that if you can get a 60 percent win

rate as a trader you are among the best

traders in the world

most professional traders I know would

sell their grandmother for a 60% win

rating okay well I guess it doesn't

matter why because your trading plan

should always be that when you enter and

it gives your stop-loss

you lose one hour when it is your profit

target you make two are so for example

if you are risking 2%

you should make 4% you raise $1 to make

$2 and if you do that even if you're

right half the time you make a fortune

in the markets that's the controls alone

right so let's think for example that

you do let's say an average of 20 tricks

a month okay and if you have a 60% win

rate what does it mean that means that

you could have 12 wins and eight losses

right and each time you lose you lose

say 2% so that's a x - 2 X - 16 percent

and each time you win you win 4 percent

so that's 48 percent so the wins with

the losses you wouldn't get a net gain

of 32 percent within a month and a 60

percent win rate like I said these are

the best trainers in the world right so

don't dream of getting this until you're

really experienced so let's be a bit

more realistic let's say you get an

average of 50% mean ready yo you're

right half the time so expect 10 wins

and 10 losses on an average of 20 trades

so again when you lose you lose 2% you

win you in 4% that still gives you a net

profit or net percentage gain of 20%

within a month that's pretty damn good

right now but what if you only get a 40%

win rate and say off no 10 trades you

lose 6 you only make four is that

possible of course it's possible it's

called bad laugh all right

it does happen at times right so the 40%

with rate your winning a traits and


traits but again each time you lose you

lose 2% you win you win 4% that still

gives you an 8% return man so you can

see that in trading your win rate is not

the most important thing your win rate

can sack you can get less than half

right but you can make good income if

you control your risk to return ratio

that's the most important thing in

trading all right it's been a pretty

long lesson so thanks for sticking with

me I hope you've learned a lot but let

me summarize this entire lesson part 1

and part 2 the difference between

investing and training and do hope

you've got a very good idea right now so

remember that for investing we focus on

business fundamentals the business

behind the stock but for trading we

don't care about the business we don't

give it done what the business is doing

we only focus on the price action high

momentum low momentum right investing we

want to buy low and sell high we call

that value investing of very momentum

investing in trading we don't mind if

it's really overpriced piece over value

because we can buy high and sell even

higher or I'm gonna catch the momentum I

call this the greater fool's game in

trading even if I stop expensive you're

a fool that's fine as long as you can

sell it to a bigger fool who buy from

you at a higher price and you make money

right an investing we do not use stock

losses we believe in the company so the

more the price drops the whole we buy we

average down because we know eventually

it's gonna go higher this is great

business right but in trading is a

one-night-stand you know one night

stands right you gotta cut your losses

fast the moment the mood is gone

cut your loss get into another stock

right so you have a clear stop losses

clear profit targets leave the next

morning we'll stick around right in

investing our win rate is 95 to 100% you

choose a good company you hold long

enough you always win in the end but in

trading your we trade because the


is at the most fifty to sixty percent

whinnery sometimes even less than 50% it

doesn't matter right still make money an

investing is lower frequency right we

buy and sell less frequently so that's

less time an effort by in training is

high frequency more effort more time

either it's more active income okay

investing our time frame is medium to

long term because we're holding the

company to increase double triple

quadruple overtime in training we get in

and out very fast in weeks sometimes in

days they trade it in days swing trading

in weeks

sometimes in months when we do trend

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