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Today Tim Bohen and I answer a common question beginners ask: How do I start trading?
Simple: Start with education.
Too many people get caught up thinking about their end goal of becoming a millionaire. They forget about the basics: preparation, education, and experience.
Invest in your education in order to succeed. Education is vital in this industry! Patterns repeat. If you study the history of the market you can learn to recognize these patterns and take advantage of them.
You always need a trading plan — especially as a beginner. There are so many factors that come into play. You need to learn which ones to pay attention to, how to do risk/reward calculations, and how to create your own trading plan.
Your ultimate goal: to become a self-sufficient trader. Period.
Sure, you can also have “make money” as one of your goals. That’s a great goal, too. But for that, you need to start by investing in yourself and your education today. Are you ready?
Do you have what it takes to become a successful stock trader? Are you willing to completely dedicate yourself to your education? Leave a comment below and let me know!
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