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Becoming a trader is a process. Although some people have a natural ability to be successful in trading, most others do not have this. I think everyone can learn to trade the markets. I have spent many years studying the markets, reading books on trading, doing back tests and of course trading. Finally, I am at the level that I make more money then I loose. So I feel confident I can share with you what I know on the subject. I will not give you a magic formula that will make you rich, but I intend to teach you a set of skills that will allow you to trade in a way, that you will not loose your shirt doing it and will give you a reasonable chance of actually making money.

Read on if you want to learn to trade the market the way I do.

Below are a series of articles that are aimed at helping you get started trading. The list is in the order that I intend them to be read, but feel free to skip around.
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In the articles I reference different resources you can use. I have conveniently list out all the resources I reference and more on the resources page.

Trading education videos

Check out my page with selected trading education videos.

I share my trading ideas!

I post my trading ideas on tradingview as a way of keeping a visual trading journal. You can follow my trading ideas as I post them on my tradingview profile. Alternatively, you can get my trading ideas by email.

Check out my trading ideas at Tradingview.

I also invest!

I have an investing portfolio at Etoro. If you want to get started investing like I do right away, then you can copy my portfolio automatically.

Check out my portefolio at

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