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  1. How long u been trading man?

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  2. Keep slugging

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  3. I like range trading. Less but almost guaranteed profit.

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  4. But it is relieving when the losses get gained back.

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  5. For anyone that can answer, I am a college student and have a bit of extra money that I can use to start day trading. My question is, with my college schedule and part time job, how much time should I set aside in a day to day trade? (I have no hopes of making millions in a short time, but even a few hundred each month would be nice)

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  6. Thank you! Blessings!

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  7. Truly respect this honesty and transparency

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  8. I lost my butt, and a bag of hair. I'm going super small, training day size.

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  9. Has everyone gone on their summer holidays? Might account for the lack of volume.

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  10. Hi Why did the market close earlier this Friday?

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  11. Ross, do you watch the SPY on one of your screens as you trade? I have noticed a trend that when the overall markets are down, you tend to win less and lose more. Just an observation from watching hundreds of your videos, lol. Sometimes I stay cash just because the overall indices are misbehaving. Then I come to your videos and you have most likely lost. I'm not trying to sound like a pretentious prick. You are probably a better trader than I will ever be. It's just a niche of clarity I have.

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  12. Well said

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  13. but, u 'll always be great ross trader

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  14. When you continue to add on a position, is this considered an additional purchase and have costs? So an initial purchase, then an add, then a sell? Three commission costs?

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  15. Hey Ross CVSI reverse split just got shot down. I'm expecting a green day for CVSI. I'm long on them. They are about to hit NASDAQ

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  16. I see no rhyme or reason in your day trading. If you had sold at 30-cent loss and the stock rebounded, you'd say "I should not have panicked and knee-jerk sold" and you'd have a new rule for this. It looks like you're gambling.

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  17. Thanks for all the info Ross. Ive learned so much since finding your channel and hanging out in the chat. Im excited to trade given what Ive learned. So again thanks. 😊

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  18. I understand that putting a stop loss can hinder your performance when trading a close spread but shouldn't you always set one as a worst case scenario? For example at a price where you tell yourself there's no coming back from a big drop? I'm sure you could easily set that up as a hotkey.

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  19. Very Interesting. $40K in a day = quit my job for most people.

    BUT I GOTTA SAY! I've been doing the same thing (looking at $ loss instead of % loss). I don't see a stop loss as training wheels. You definitely could have benefited from a SL since you have 800 shares. Getting cocky? I don't like the analogy of Ross saying, "at some point, you have to take the training wheels off (referring to stop loss)," but I still liked the video :).

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  20. Ross I’d really like to know about your experience with suretrader. Are there more taxes/penalties for trading with an off shore account like that?

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  21. That is a fresh t cant lie…

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  22. Just checking your page. So how long did take you to build 583 to 700k? Thanks

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  23. Did anyone else see Tesla run wild after earnings? They missed target but after Elon’s comments it rallied

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  24. Drinking on the job ok that's it, write up i had it

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  25. Hey Ross….quick question. What level of R Volume do you start looking at a stock closely for a potential upcoming entry? The reason I ask is bc I’ve been tracking your trades since early 2017 and have noticed many stocks that have caused you some losses or took away from your overall profits due to not looking at it when the move first came into play. Here’s the crazy part…I think that your R Vol parameters may be just a little high. Not by much. My theory, based upon your historical numbers, would suggest more profits if you could have gotten an eye on most stocks about 30 sec-1 min earlier. Maybe I’m wrong but give it a look-see.

    Thank you for all that you do to help educate the overall day trading community. I’ve learned so much from you and plan on joining in the future to get the full Warrior Trading experience!

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  26. Hi Ross, I niticed that you had "hidden" selected. Does that mean your shares won't show on level 2 ?

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  27. Love the tradervue data! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  28. Hey ross what period VWAP do you use?

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