SBB 010 : Practical Spreadbetting Tips

This week we have a new sound rig. We’re still playing around with the sound but hopefully it sounds better than previous weeks. We also take the opportunity to go over a number of Practical Spreadbetting Tips for Beginners to think about and give experienced traders something to think about with their own setup and process.

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4 Comments on “SBB 010 : Practical Spreadbetting Tips”

  1. Great pod cast thanks. However I disagree with what you say about day trading. I don’t think you have to be a ‘full time trader’ to day trade. As you know I have done all your courses and the day trading course has by far given me the best results, and I am far from being a ‘full time trader’.

    I probably have 2 days per week on average (sometimes more, sometimes less) where I can day trade. I get up at 0700 on those days and start trading, using the rules and techniques in your course and usually I am done by 10AM , two days ago I made 38.4% of my capital by 0930. Although another day, I took a 6% loss after trading for 10 hours, but over all I am well up over 100% of my capital.

    I have a full time job, I am not a ‘full time trader’ I also never want to be a full time trader. Trading 2 days a week works perfectly for me. Swing trading is not possible, because as you said you have to trade every signal to make money and I am not available to trade 24/7. So the day trading system is perfect, as I pick and chose when I trade.

    Maybe I misunderstood what you said, but I just find it difficult to understand how you think you have to be a full time trader to day trade, when all I can see is the exact opposite.

    Let me know what you think.

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