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Find trading ideas and educate yourself

This is article six of the getting started trading series. I have hopefully introduced you enough in the subject of trading and investing, that you can start to make some choices on how you would like to go about trading based upon what fits you, your personality and lifestyle. I could jump in right now and start explaining how I trade, but instead I will first give you some pointers ad to where I got my trading ideas and how I educate my self. I hope it will inspire you to find your own way and hopefully my future articles / lessons will help you educate yourself and give you plenty of ideas.

Learn how to code with python: Lesson 4 - Reading and writing files

One of the most useful things to know how to do when just learning how to program, is knowing how to read and write text files. In this video I show you how to do just that.

Example code from the video:



>>> f = open('Desktop/lorumipsum.txt')
>>> print(f)
<_io.TextIOWrapper name='Desktop/lorumipsum.txt' mode='r' encoding='UTF-8'>
>>> f.readline()
'Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,....

>>> f.read()
'\nEtiam rhoncus....
...metus at tortor pulvinar varius.\n'
>>>
>>> f = open('Desktop/lorumipsum.txt')
>>> f.readlines()
['Lorem ipsum dolor...


Tools of the trade

In this article I will tell you about the possible tools you have at your disposal for trading. Whether you are building a fence, or building a trading strategy, you need tools to get the work done. In the previous articles we already looked at the question of why, how, what and where to trade. Now it is time to get some tools and setup an infrastructure for trading. We basically need three types of tools.