Trading Account

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  1. I just made myself a simple spreadsheet in google docs with formulas – I enter 1.) account ballance, 2.) share price, & 3.) stop loss price – the spreadsheet gives me 1.) max $ to risk on each trade (based on 3% of account ballance), & 2.) max shares per trade to fit the three factors I entered & limit my risk to 3% of account

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  2. How do you calculate how much share you need to buy in day trading as there is so less time to calculate?

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  3. Great videos, than you!!!

    If you start an account with 10,000 to 15,000 is it possible to earn 500.00 per day?

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  4. ive learn alot about trading with trading 212, thanks for the videos. amazing work!!!

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  5. thank u, please sir, if it's possible, make a video about trading randomly on forex.. by risking 2% and with good risk/reward (1$ to make 2$) because i can't believe how i became profitable since i'm trading forex randomly with diversification (i don't trade correlated pairs in the same time).. so is that really works ?

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  6. would love to get into trading, but don't have a clue how things work😧

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  7. great advice! That's exactly what I always do too, risk 1-3% max

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  8. Pointless. Investing small amount when fees are £12.50 . That's £25 just to buy and sell.

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  9. Could you make a video about how long we should wait to recover our positions from losses and when to cut them

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  10. if i have 200 dollars. howmuch i can risk on each trade?

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  11. Thanks David for the great educational videos. Meanwhile, now that you have mentioned Bollinger Bands, MACD and Stochastic Oscillator, hope you are going to cover them soon.

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  12. +Trading 212 Hi , how many signals(confirmation) should i have before entering a trade ? 2 are enough or should we wait for more ?

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  13. Hey David, thanks for this videos, they are simple and helpful! I would like to ask you if you can help out with Fibonacci, there are a lot of stuff out there about it but I think your way of putting things could help. Thanks!

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