Tim Grittani first became interested in trading way back his college days while studying finance at Marquette University. He started with stocks and, specifically, penny stock. The volatility attracted him to it because of his former “gambler” mentality. He lost a lot of money being a day trader in the beginning, then finally stumbled upon Timothy […]
Thomas Light is a highly regarded technical analyst who has built a wealth of expertise in Price Behaviour Analysis. He fell in love with short term trading after his first job in an asset management company. Back testing every weekend as a young professional, Thomas then honed his skills with the help of his mentors […]
Mark Carrington, an ex management consultant firm owner from Sydney, is a Spot FX and Forex Options trader who began trading after seeing what his fund manager was doing and decided he could do a better job. In the show Mark reveals How his trading psychology changes when he trades Forex Options Why he considers […]
Chris Stanton and Jason Gerlach from Sunrise Capital Partners – a hedge fund that has been around since the 1970’s – discuss their approach to Quant Trading and how it can be applied to the retail trader. In the show the guys reveal: Why diversification can be hard for retail traders What to check when your […]
Tim Sykes took his $12k Bar Mitzvah money, turned it into $100k by his senior year at high school and was at almost $1 million by his freshman year at college. He did this through trading Penny Stocks and has been trading them ever since. His account is now over $4 million 20 years later. […]
Matt Weller became hooked on trading after his Grandma started teaching him whilst he was living with her during his Internship. He decided to changed his college major to Finance and has since worked for Global Forex Trading as a Technical Analyst and currently works for Faraday Investment Research as a Senior Market Analyst. Matt […]
Doctor turned trader, Al Brooks, started out trading before the ’87 crash. The day of the crash he stood to earn $400k but had to closed out his position (before he went to work) at a loss of $5k. That day he decided there was pretty good upside to being a trader and two years […]
Nicola Duke is an ex Royal Air Force officer and Air Traffic controller. She’s been trading stocks as a private trader since she was a teenager and financial futures since 2006 as a professional trader. She is a huge fan of Fibonacci, classical chart patterns and harmonic patterns. In the show Nicola shares: 3 things you […]
Nick started trading in 1985, while working in the Stock broking industry, after seeing a colleague plotting a 5 and 10 day Moving Average on a chart. He opened his first stock futures trading account when he was 18 and has been trading ever since. Nick has worked for numerous international investment banks – from the trading […]
Dale Pinkert is a popular name in Forex trading, featuring regularly on the likes of FX Street as well as CNBC. Dale started his career at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange where he spent time in the pit before realizing it wasn’t for him. Dale is now at LiveTraders.com, where his traders call him “Coach”. In the show Dale […]
Fellow Kiwi trader, Andrew Mitchem, has been trading for the past 12 years after making the transition from dairy farmer to Forex trader when he became a stay at home Dad for his 3 year old son. He attended a trading course in New Zealand and immediately fell in love with it. He now trades […]
Full time trader and educator Alfonso Moreno hails from Marbella (Spain) and has been trading Forex and Stocks since 2011. Alfonso focuses on swing and position trading using Supply & Demand and enjoy’s the free time it gives him. He’s of the opinion that trading can easily become an addiction, so tries to spend as little time as […]
Three weeks have passed since some of my listeners took up Nick’s (my anonymous trader from Episode 31) offer to turn their trading around in just 3 weeks. If you’ve missed the story so far, jump back to the “Before Show” to hear the guys tell their story and what they’d hoped to get out […]
Ernie Chan is an algorithmic/quant trader from Niagara Falls, Canada. Ernie, started his trading journey while working at investment banks and hedge funds where, as a Quant, his role was to develop profitable automated trading strategies. Ernie soon realized he was better off trading for himself rather than an institution. He now runs QTS Capital Management where he works with a small […]
Serial entrepreneur Bill McCready has done everything from owning Radio Stations to Aussie Bars. But since 1994, trading has been his No. 1 source of income. A fisherman, rough water swimmer and ex-Rugby player he is now based in Reno, Nevada and runs FuturesTradingSecrets.com where he teaches traders how to trade the futures market. In the […]
If you’ve been following along from Episode 31, you’ll know I’m putting one of my successful traders to the test – an anonymous trader named Nick. Nick’s confident he can turn my listeners into confident and profitable traders within 3 weeks. This experiment will map the progress of 6 traders who will go through a week of […]
Jay Akmal, is a Californian based ex-American Football player turned Stocks & Options Trader. He started off through a free trading seminar which hooked him instantly. Unfortunately, his first attempt at trading didn’t work out so well; but now he’s been trading professionally for 6 years with stellar results as part of the team at LiveTraders.com. […]
Today I announced the winners of Nick’s competition and the entries were all so good that I asked Nick if we could have more than 3 winners. After some arm twisting, I’m happy to announce that the 27 traders who entered the prize draw have all been given the chance to learn from Nick himself! There […]
Nick’s interest in trading started when he was just 15. When he came of age, at 17, he began trading penny stocks. Now, happily married with kids, at 45 years old Nick is a photographer who loves the visual aspects of the charts which has allowed him to tap into the cyclical nature of the […]
Daniel Cheung is a fitness fanatic who fell into trading in 2010 after watching his friend profit from stocks after just 3 years in the markets. Daniel moved on from trading stocks, due to the high fees, and began working at a brokerage firm where he saw guys making $24k in a day trading Forex. In the show Daniel […]
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