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Spread Betting - Trading Without The Tax

Spread Betting is a form of trading stocks, or any other security by placing your trades on a brokers/bookmakers price rather than the actual market. Trading this way means (in the UK) you don't pay any stamp duty or become liable for capital gains tax on your profits (if there are any!).. But lets get down to the nitty gritty, stocks, indices, forex or commodities, ideas to trade or charts to watch... :) All welcome..

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Should I learn to trade Forex or Stock Market

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Woody & Kyle, with all your free time are you tempted to learn how to day/swing trade stocks or forex?

Actively trading forex or stocks is such a hard thing to do & takes so much time to master. But with woody & kyles lifestyle allowing them a lot of free time, it may allow them to put a lot more effort into it than most. With the art of compounding, it eventually becomes a worthwhile endeavour and a great income.
Also I know chiz mentioned a while ago he was trading stocks, so he could offer some great advice.
Maybe it’s a stupid question, but trading really interests me so I thought I’d ask
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Do all banks credit cards not work on stocks or forex trading websites?

I’ve tried like 4 credit cards from 4 different banks and none of them worked. Can anyone help me with this?
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If you've 35$ and what's the best investment vehicle according to you out of these - Trading, REITs, Mutual Funds, Investing in stocks or Forex or Crypto?

Which would you pick and why for passive income? Let's discuss and pros and cons.
Note Please don't tell me to invest in myself by buying books. Let's imagine, I've dedicated income for books. Also, just don't care much about the amount.
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What's the best investment vehicle according to you out of these - Trading, REITs, Mutual Funds, Investing in stocks or Forex or Crypto?

Which would you pick and why?
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How many day trades can you execute? I been trading stock but I’m only to 3 day trade and sick of tired of daily swing trades.. is there a limit or none? I’m new to forex, any information is appreciated and thanks in advance

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If you've 35$ and what's the best investment vehicle according to you out of these - Trading, REITS, Mutual Funds, Investing in stocks or Forex

Which would you pick and why?
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Which is better, Forex trading or Stock trading?

I’ve tried Robinhood Instant and I’ve made about $40 of 500-600 within a 1-2 days, but then lost it because of that pesky PDT rule where I am not allowed to sell more than 3 times in a week.
Then I considered turning it into a cash acct to get around it, but then there’s that pesky 2 day wait after selling a stock.
So now I want to get into day trading Forex. Does Forex have pesky rules like this too?
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Is there a platform where i can trade stocks or forex using bitcoin as collateral?

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How can (or can't) day trading in the stock market or forex be a good primary source of income?

I want your honest opinion for me to be aware as I want to be a day trader in the stock market or forex as my primary source of income.
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In your experience, what is the most stress free to trade, stocks or forex and in what way?

I'm learning trading and have been focusing on stocks but find there are lots of entry barriers cost wise, especially when living in the EU for scanners and tools.
My reasoning was that there are more stocks and so it's easier to find markets that are not as competitive as the rest?
Forex seems like the place where big banks and institutional players hang out and manipulate making it more dificult for us retial traders to have a chance competing against them.
In your experience what is the most stress free trading market where you can go in and do analysis, buy something then:
Leave it for a day or atleast a few hours before checking in again?
I noticed following indicators means you have to keep checking them the whole time and this adds a level of stress that I'd prefer not to have.
Also which is easier to get into?
Any help here would be greatly apreciated.
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Is there a platform where i can trade stocks or forex using bitcoin as collateral? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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I’m looking to get started in day and swing trading and not sure whether i should go with stocks, options, or forex?

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What’s harder to do and learn to become good at, day trading stocks or Forex?

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Stock Sons Review: Legit Forex Trading or Huge Scam?

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How Much Money Do I need to Trade Forex, Stocks, Indices, or Cryptocurrency for a Living?

How Much Money Do I need to Trade Forex, Stocks, Indices, or Cryptocurrency for a Living?

How Much Money Do I Needto Trade Forex, Stocks, Indices, or Cryptocurrency for a Living?

Most traders start with small accounts of up to $ 5,000 or similar and plan to become millionaires within a year.
Experienced traders already realize that this is, of course, wrong.
You can only fault yourself because you have ambitious goals that will only frustrate you.
Of our Tournament, we need a 10 percent monthly growth and that is called an advantage.
The 10 percent benefit has been selected for being inspiring and still achievable.
There is practically no day when all of our projects don't meet a Challenge.
Many traders are going to make this required benefit too small, but FTMO has a set maximum loss of 10 percent.
So we want the trader to earn 10% of the initial capital within 30 days, without losing 10% of the initial capital.
So the desired profit, as well as the maximum permissible loss, are in balance.
Since we are traders too, we know that there are sometimes months that do not correspond to our plan.
If you do not achieve the desired profit, you will receive a new Challenge from us
at least zero at the end of the period and you do not violate any other rule.
We have an idea, thanks to a relatively large number of traders,
of what we should expect from traders who progressed to their live FTMO accounts.
More caution is generally exercised on the funded account, and consequently, the average gain is lower than in the Challenge.
Only rare exceptions are profiting in tens of percent.
We as investors are pleased to see a 4-7 percent long-term appreciation.

Money for Trading
Let's compare two accounts, a smaller account at around $5,000, and a $100,000 account that we're offering to manage.
Let's be optimistic and count on a 7 percent monthly appreciation.
The $5,000 account 's final profit would be $350
Our $100,000-funded account would print the $7,000 profit, but in this case, it is necessary to deduct our portion of the profit.
You will earn a net profit of $4,900 after taking our 30 percent,
which corresponds to the salary of an experienced banking programmer or financial analyst.
If this was your first trading month, the fee you originally paid for the Challenge will also be refunded to you.
Working with the concept of opportunity cost, too, is important.
This term identifies the most profitable alternative activity you might be able to do, rather than trade.
Hence we compare the alternative employment income vs. the resulting monthly profit.
Let's say you could stay at work for two hours longer instead of evening trading, and take an extra $8/hour.
Your trading will cost you $320 a month (20 working days x $16), Only because you're doing it.
The resulting monthly trading income is only $30 higher ($350-$320)
for your $5,000 account, and you risk your entire deposit!
In the case of $100,000 of the FTMO account, the resulting net
profit is $4,580, and our company will cover any potential risk of loss.
These numbers are a little bit better, don't you think?
It should also be remembered that if you ended up at zero for
a month on a trading account, you'll earn $320 if you didn't trade.
At first glance, it's obvious that living on a long-term basis without risking too much and
putting trading on the side of gambling is not very realistic out of a small $5,000 account.
So we think our services are
of interest to all serious traders.
Have you got
what it takes?
Make sure you pass and become a Funded FTMO Trader by completing the Challenge.
If you have any questions please leave a comment below.

Cheers and Profitable Trading to All.

Eva "Forex" Canares

How's Does FTMO Work?
Upon successful completion of the trading course,
you are guaranteed a placement in the FTMO Proprietary Trading firm
where you can remotely manage a funded account of up to 100,000 USD.
Your journey to get there might be challenging, but our educational applications,
account analysis and performance psychologists are here to guide you on the endeavor to financial independence.


If you are ready, accept the FTMO Challenge and become a funded FTMO Trader.

Or You can even try the entire process completely free of charge.

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In your experience, what is the most stress free to trade, stocks or forex and in what way?

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Do you trade Daytrade stocks or forex?

I just want to know where this community stands really. I asked myself what’s the difference between trading stocks and forex and is the strategy any different. I am no where intrested in switching markets but would learning to trade forex be like restarting to learn stocks?
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Does studying and passing the CFA exams also provide you with extensive knowledge that can be applied to personal stock investing or forex trading?

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VINNY ANSWERS 🔴 What Should I Trade? Should I Trade Stocks or Forex?

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Top 5 Factors to Choose the Best Online Trading School

Top 5 Factors to Choose the Best Online Trading School
Let’s say that you want to learn how to trade stocks and forex.
It’s not easy, I know… I learned it the hard way…
At some point, you realize that you need help to learn how to trade.
What can you do?
A trading school is always an option.
But how do you evaluate what is the best online trading school?
Follow this article and I guide you through the most important factors to analyze before you choose the best online trading school.
Live Online Trading classes (not recorded videos)
You went to school, and probably even to the university too, right?
Teachers teach the same lessons every year.
Why don’t they just record themselves during a year, and then play a recording on every class?
How much money could be saved in the world by not having to pay teachers in every school on the planet?
The answer is simple.
A recording cannot answer your questions.
A recording cannot know if you are understanding the class, or if it needs to explain in a different way.
A recording cannot show you additional examples of the subject.
A recording cannot interact with you.
Trading is probably one of the most difficult things to learn in the whole world.
So, why would you accept to learn from a trading school using recorded videos?
You need live trading classes taught by a professional trader.
Long enough to understand all the concepts.
Someone that knows what is doing and can actually answer your trading questions.
Someone that can guide you in the right direction, based on your own trading difficulties.
Does your trading school give you live trading classes?
Focus on the psychology of trading
Trading stocks and forex is an activity that requires you to go against basic human instincts.
Controlling that instincts is one of the most important things (if not the most important) when it comes to being profitable trading.
Have you ever tried to perform some tasks looking at a mirror, like cutting your own hair?
And when you try to move your hand to one side, the hand actually moves to the opposite side?
That’s because you need to do the opposite move than what you see in the mirror.
And your brain doesn’t let you!
It’s not trained to work like that.
When it becomes to trading, you have the same issues.
By nature, your mind is not prepared to think and act as it should do trading forex or stocks.
It’s trained to do exactly the opposite of what it should do.
Any good trading school has to teach on their trading classes how to control emotions trading stocks and forex.
As a trader, you are challenged every day to work against what your mind is programmed to do.
You’ll drastically increase your chances of having success by learning how to control your emotions trading forex or stocks.
One of the ways to do this, very popular amongst successful traders, is meditation.
It helps you to stop getting angry when you lose.
It stops you getting euphoric when you win.
It helps you to leave your emotions apart.
Your emotions will not let you trade as you are supposed to.
Another thing that helps a lot on the self-control is to understand “why”.
Why you shouldn’t get angry when you lose.
Why you shouldn’t get happy when you win.
A quick example.
Let’s say that you get out of home to work every day by car and you get there in around 20 minutes.
You’ll have traffic lights where you’ll have to stop.
You’ll have times where you can speed a little more with no traffic in front of you.
Should you be angry or happy when that happens?
No, because that happens every day, every week the same way.
You end up getting there in 20 minutes as always.
But if you are angry to stop on the traffic lights, you may try to speed up and pass when the red light appears.
Or you might speed up too much when you have no traffic in front of you.
Because you like the adrenaline of driving fast and that makes you feel good.
Well, this kind of things may cause accidents.
You may end up arriving at your job much later or don’t even get there because you destroyed your car.
Don’t put yourself on a position where you may blow your trading account.
That may be your unique chance to trade for a living.
Your trading school needs to teach you how to control your emotions trading.
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Any good, legit courses about trading stocks or forex?

I had my first contact with forex trading a couple of years ago, but because of my lack of knowledge and strategy, I didn't have the best of experiences.
Now I want to give it another shot, but I'm having a big issue: how to find genuine, accurate information (especially courses) that won't end up being a waste of money? I have bumped into people in the past who promised high profits (the type of promise I have learned to doubt) and were selling courses who were actually a dead end.
So my question is; how to learn about forex and/or stocks trading without falling for charlatans? I'm sorry if the question is dumb, I'm an 18 year old trying to make something out of myself.
Thanks to anyone who replies. Peace!
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