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Don't be a fool!
Im new to reddit and the Forex community here, but I have been reading some of the post and they are truly concerning. I noticed a trend of novice traders who don't even understand how margin works yet have ridiculous dreams of making big money in this business. It will not happen. First of all, STOP falling for IG traders or anyone who claims they went from $100-$50k in a week yet can't show any broker statement (They usually show flashy cars, clothes and sell some kind of service, if that was not enough they are 16-22yo) If you fall for this then you deserve to lose all your money. Actually, DM me so I can give you my Paypal and just transfer it to me. Demo and backtest then go live or if you want to improve faster then deposit $250-500 into a broker and trade 0.01 orders. It will give you some skin in the game and you will most likely end up going full margin on a trade and will blow up your account (This will make you want to put the actual work in and not be a dumbass). Choose your broker WISELY, do NOT go for some bucketshop that offers 1:1000 leverage because you think you will make bank and show social media what a baller you are. If you want to have a realiatic chance of making this your full time job/career then trade smart and by %. Your best bet is to grow an account over a year and if you have good consistent results then you can find investors or make a go at a prop firm. Mind your drawdown, no one wants to invest in someone who can blow up their account in a day. Last but not least, this is a long road full of pain and reward. Take it seriously and accept that you will lose money and simply MOVE ON to the next trade. DO NOT tell people that you trade, you will most likely fail and end up in debt or broke and people love to say "I told you so". I say all of this since I have made every mistake in the game but through pain and perseverance I finally became profitable. FAIL QUICKLY so you can get on the right path sooner. Best of luck to everyone.
Boyfriend (21M) is lazy, does nothing, doesn't even look for jobs which is sending me (21M) and him over the edge slowly.
Hi all. This is the 4th time I've tried to write this, and I $ you not, I've been writing for the last hour. So I work full time, earning approx. £24k per year which is a bit over minimum wage. My boyfriend used to have a job in another area around 100 miles away when he lived back at home however when we moved in together 5 months into the relationship he came with me. 3 month after moving in, he got a job at a local supermarket working 16hrs per week and said it's not somewhere he wants to stay forever, and it was okay for the start as he was getting plenty of overtime. Eventually he wanted to be working full time somewhere. He has dreams and ambitions of having his own business, like a tattoo parlour, or a pub, or something like that. He has plans to travel the world and wants to do this all with me. He does want to go to Uni, and for this he needs to resit a few of his exams which he keeps mentioning he wants to do. Issue is, that around Feb/March 2019 he had to leave his job on medical grounds (couldn't lift heavy items anymore and this was his job). Since then I started helping him apply for new jobs, at first he got a few interviews (video, phone and in person). The video interview he never did saying that the camera inverts the way he looks so he doesn't want to do it, the phone interviews he did all of them however he missed some as he slept through the day to stay up at night watching GoT etc., he had some in person interviews as well of which he went to one, and was unsuccessful, and since then hasn't been to one. He's had invites for a few more since but still hasn't gone to any. I have even resorted asking my managers to put in a good work to recruitment to get him working where I am. He really does want a full time sustainable job and is avoiding jobs such as cleaning, takeaways (McDonalds, KFC etc) which is fair enough, I don't have an issue with that. When I say I helped him apply for jobs, I mean that I was doing all the applying for him, again which did not bother me at all at first. It's not been 6 months going on 7 since he was unemployed. As mentioned I get around £24k per year which does leave us really short after bills, repayments on a few of my debts, food etc. is paid for. We're living from payday to payday and one month's wage will only last us 4 weeks, so the 5 week months we have to go a few days pretty much without food and rely on leftovers. We agreed from day one of moving in to split the bills, which we initially did whilst he was working in the supermarket however eventually when things got difficult and he was stuck doing his part time contracted hours I told him I'd cover all the bills - again - didn't bother me. I see it as our money, not my money his money type of thing. I am fortunate however that recently my parents have been paying for my shopping and also giving me some homemade food, so that's a monthly expense saved however most of that goes to the bills that I fell into arrears with (i.e. I'm in arrears with gas, electric, water, council tax, his phone bill is in arrears which I'm paying off). After all bills go out, we're left with pretty much £50-£80 emergency money (depending if TV license is due etc). So, I'm fortunate that I'm able to keep the house afloat with the help of my parents for the nutritional aspect. The only thing food-wise I pay for is dog food as I don't want my parents to be feeding my dogs (makes me feel like a bit of a failure lol). As long as my dogs and my boyfriend are eating, I'm happy. There's been days where we've been short on food with a day to go until the weekly shopping with my parents, I've lied to my boyfriend and said I've already eaten at work as there was a free buffet on (which work never have), just so he has the last bit of food as if I said to him I was hungry he would never agree to eat it. Going back to the topic, it's been now 7 months since he's been unemployed. Total jobs applied for are around 100 (even though I was trying to aim for 5 jobs per day for me to apply for him, we all know that's hard whilst working full time as well). He complains that I'm tired and want to sleep all the time, he complains that we never do anything fun, he stays up all night watching TV and playing video games whilst I'm asleep alone in bed (I don't think I've slept with him in the same bed for a few months now) with one of the dogs whilst he tends to the other. He wants to be successful but I feel like he's honestly not doing anything about it? A few months ago I put my foot down and said that I'm not going to be helping him anymore as all the jobs I apply for there is some type of problem, and it won't feel the same because it's me doing it and not him so he won't even know what job it is if they ring him back! I told him to try and aim for 5 jobs per day. This was around 2-3 months ago I think. Since I told him this, he's probably applied for around 15-20 jobs in total (I'm thinking more around 10). When I ask him how the job hunt is going he gets defensive, saying that I'm putting him under a lot of pressure that he needs to find a job and he doesn't want any pressure. I'm starting to think he's not the hard-working individual he proclaimed to be at the start of the relationship. My week generally consists of waking up around 5am daily, studying the financial markets (search on Google for Forex) until around 7am. Then I start work between 8am-12pm and finish between 4pm-8pm depending on the shift I'm on (it's 7 hour shifts). After I get home, I do tend to carry on studying, reading books, researching on the financial markets as this is what I aspire to be in the future (a full time private currency trader). He knows all this and sees me working all the time and he says that I work hard and he's proud of me however it makes me feel selfish, and guilty in fact, that I don't feel the same back to him? I've told him even if he volunteered somewhere that's a start as at least he wouldn't be home all day. He suffers with some mental health issues and so do I in fact. Mine are financially related, struggling to provide for my own household sends me under. We used to have a car and went for daily adventures when things were good. We both miss this. I miss him. Again... I'm going off of topic!!! Let's get back to the job situation. He had one response from a job application around a week ago that gave him an in person interview after a successful telephone interview however they withdrew the a few days before his in person interview. I told him not to worry and that there was going to plenty more, he didn't sound too bothered by it but I do think he was upset as he liked the sound of the job. I want him to get a job and I sometimes feel like grabbing his head and shaking it to put it right lol! I don't want him to feel under pressure but at the same time I want him to understand that he needs to find one as we're relying on other people for essentials at the minute. He wants a good life and I want to be able to start saving money so I can start my Forex trading career as well eventually. That's the money side of things. The other side of things is the emotional side. He's deteriorating emotionally and he won't accept this. He's losing the plot and I've told him this. He'll go angry over the smallest things. For example if I was to accidentally slam the door shut (i.e. put more force onto it when not needed because I'm thinking the window is shut when it's open) he'll comment on it. He never used to do this. Same door, same window. He won't leave the house for weeks at times. I have to force him to sometimes. When he wants something (i.e. a snack or a soft-drink) he'll ask me to go across the road (literally 10 steps away) to get it. Leaving it my choice to decide what he eats and drinks. When I tell him he should go and get some fresh air at the same time, he doesn't want to as he's not confident in his own body (he tans, and I've told him not to put as much on whilst we can't afford to buy new ones whenever he needs it, more-so when we can). He'll get a bit annoyed over small things like the pillow on the sofa not being in the right place after I've sat on it and just got off - or if I was in a rush in the morning and left the ironing board out, or had not done the bed up or accidentally left the foot towel on the floor without moving it onto the radiator after I've had a shower. He'll wake up around 4-5-6pm, and then complain that I don't see him or speak to him when I get home and go back to studying and reading what I am doing, even though I'm sat right next to him. I tend to try and sleep as late as I can so I can at least get some time with him even if it's 30-45 mins. Sometimes this is as late as 1:30am, of which you can understand if I wake up at 5am including weekends I'm getting lack of sleep, but I'm used to it so it doesn't bother me really. All I want is for him to be happy, and for him not to go insane. Even right now, the last time he left the house was.... I can't remember. Perhaps weekend before last weekend when he walked the dog (which I had to practically force him to do). Props to him he does do most of the housework. He hoovers the most, does the dishes the most, does the washing up the most, lets the dogs out to the toilet the most. I do the money-making, feeding the dogs, the cooking and the ironing. But these aren't limited, we can swap or one of us can do it all one time at the agreement the other will do it all or whatever surplus there was next time. He's getting settled for this life, a life that we're both not used to but he's settling for it. And I don't want him to. It's killing him on the inside. I've even tried to explain that if we ever have an unexpected bill, god forbid, how will we afford it? I've sold everything in the house that I could possibly sell to make some extra money. We've literally got a TV, sofa, Xbox, bed, kitchen appliances and two laptops (one that I do my studies one and the other that used to be my brother's that he [boyfriend] uses to play games and watch Netflix - doesn't use to apply for jobs as doesn't have Word on it for CV which is fair enough). I leave my laptop at home all day and have everything logged on for him overnight so he can apply for jobs either whilst he's awake whilst I'm asleep or whilst I'm at work. So my question/advice is... how should I motivate him to apply for jobs, how should I go about it whilst keeping into account everything that he doesn't want to feel (under pressure etc.)? How do I explain to him that it will actually give us a better life that we're both used to? How can I explain to him that without him having a job, all of our plans, our ambitions, our goals, our travelling will never happen? Please, if anything else needs explaining or I've not covered anything do not hesitate to ask. I do not take offence to anything whatsoever. Thank you guys in advance, I hope some ideas can come to light for myself and anyone else in my situation. Best regards, X
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Info for Newbies (good things to know if you have no idea)
At a glance this subreddit seems to be a random assortment of weird articles, ebooks, outdated patterns, and clueless noobie threads. Let this be a little nugget for new guys that just want basic info on how to get started with stocks(not futures, options, or forex). I'm an equity day trader that traded with a firm in Chicago, and now I trade remotely with a firm based out of Boston. I'm still in my first 6 months of real trading, I'm not godly, but I feel confident in what I've learned and my ability. I have small 3 figure days, and I figure I could at least share what I know. 'Day trading' usually means you buy/sell a stock and buy/sell it back within the same day for a short term gain, sometimes holding it for seconds, sometimes for hours, but generally you don't hold over night. An over night hold can still be considered day trading, but it's getting into the realm of swing trading(which is holding for days or weeks at a time). If you want to buy even 100 shares of a stock(1 lot), you'll need thousands of dollars, so traders have their money 'leveraged'. You can go to prop firm(proprietary trading firm) and give them say $2000, they'll 'leverage' your money, and let you use probably at least $50,000 of their money. Different firms have different ratios for leverage(50:1, 20:1, etc). Some firms don't allow you to start with less than 10k of your own capital, others can let you start with less. If you want to trade stocks and use the firm's money you need a series 56 license. To get the license you need to pass a 100 multiple choice series 56 exam. Sometimes you can apply to a prop firm and get accepted to start trading with them, and if they like you you'll get training to pass the series 56 exam, and you won't have to put down a dime of your own money. If you get picked to be trained by a prop firm make sure to listen well, as the people who teach you probably make 5 figures a day. If you don't get accepted to be part of a trading program at a prop firm you can just approach a firm directly and ask for your money to be leveraged and an account to be opened for you. Usually there are a few months of paperwork, background checks, and registration that you'll have to do if you take this route. Don't be surprised to shell out a few hundred dollars just to get the process started. Don't be surprised if they take 5% of everything you make, on top of other fees on every trade, whether you make money or not. Also realize that this route will put your destiny in your hands, how you train, trade, improve and how much money you risk are completely up to you. A 'platform' is a program you use to trade with, like LightSpeed, Takion, Fusion, ThinkorSwim, etc. I did both routes, I was accepted by a firm, loved the experience, but didn't listen well, was stubborn in my ways and was cut. I then saved up my own capital and approached a prop firm by myself, studied, shelled out the cash, passed the exam, got my license, leveraged $2000 and started trading at home. Every month I pay a fee for the platform, the data I get on my platform, to have my account open, and any trades I make. From what I've learned so far you just genuinely have to be interested in making it work, and working on yourself. You can't just dream about having money, you have to love trading, the money is just a by-product of good trading. I highly recommend reading trading books, waking up early, studying the news, reviewing your success and failures, and keeping track of yourself and your finances. You have to want this 100%, and you have to be willing to struggle for a bit if you don't get it at first. You have to be willing to be right and lose money. You have to be ok with this. Your job as a day trader is to develop techniques that allow you to win over time, not with every trade. I could go into my detail on all of this but I'm starting to realize that would make for an insanely long post. If you have any questions post in this thread and I'll answer to the best of my knowledge.
Help me evaluate an offer from a forex prop trading firm
Hi /forex! This is my first time posting a thread on reddit so please be kind if I break any unwritten rules. I recently received a job offer as a junior trader in a seemingly new forex prop trading firm in my country and would like opinions on whether this is a good deal. For benchmark, a fresh college graduate usually earn about $3000/month. The living expenses including rent is about $1600/month.
The base pay for the first 3 months is $1000/month.
The first month is solely training. On the second and third month, I will be trading on a live account.
The monthly profit target to hit during the second and third month is $2300/month.
The commission pay is 35% of the excess of the profit target.
The capital given is $10,000. I'm not sure what the leverage ratio is.
If I hit the target for the first three months, I will be promoted to a trader with a higher base pay of $2800, a higher capital and also a higher profit target.
If I can't hit the target for the first three months, I will lose the job.
Edit: I forgot to mention that I would be personally liable for any loss beyond 20% of the capital. What do you think? Is $2300/month target from $10,000 capital realistic? I have no prior experience in forex so to me, 23% monthly return seems unachievable.
Ever since college I have been fascinated by this mysterious world of currencies trading (also known as FOREX). The great attraction for me was obviously the money, the huge potential for profit, but also the exclusiveness of being a trader. I always thought that trading attracts a certain breed of people, where only the best of the best succeed. And, as I always thought of myself as being one of the best, I set myself an objective of becoming a successful trader. You might ask why I chose to trade currencies. To be honest, I was lured in by the very low entry barriers ( at that point in time, it took close to $500 to open an account; now you can open a live account for as little as $50) and the huge potential to the upside, thanks to leverage. Next I embarked on a paid forex course that opened my eyes to the possibilities that were out there. I opened my first demo account, read my first charts and plotted my first indicators. A new world was taking shape and I was getting more and more attracted to it. But the final argument that convinced me was the fact the forex was the biggest and the most liquid market in the world, with over $5 trillion in daily volumes and the opportunities were all around, to the buy side and to the sell side. It didn’t take long for me to join the ranks of rookie traders who are so eager to earn some money trading that they go in the markets unprepared and leave with their pockets empty. I’ve spent a couple months playing on a simulator, trying to participate in free contests, but eventually my patience ran out. I blew out a few real-money accounts while in college. Luckily for me, I did not lose too much money, but hey, I was a student and everything I saved went into my trading passion. So needless to say, that was all I had. First lesson to be learned from here: don’t invest money you do not afford to lose. While I believe the money I lost to be a fair tuition for learning the ropes in currency trading, I still could have done a lot better just by practicing more on my demo account. Nevertheless, I was perseverant in trying to make it in trading. I did not let myself down by the losses I incurred, but I embraced them and got more motivated. After all, if you really want something, then you should do everything in your power to achieve it. When I managed to save some money again to invest in trading, I set my goal to not lose money. I realized by then that another important lesson is to be in the markets at all times. The best way to gain an edge in the market is to be a part of it at all times. No matter how much I struggled to get my balance up, it seemed that I could not lift my account off the ground (remember I used to fund my account with only a couple hundred dollars and use leverage to trade). I could not offset all the small losses and commissions with my winning trades. Pressure was building up and mistakes took place more often. It took me a couple of years to understand that undercapitalization can “kill” you in the markets. Leverage is an incredible weapon for those who know how to use it, but in the hands of a rookie it is a ticking bomb. Small accounts with high leverage blow up incredibly fast, as rookie mistakes are being exacerbated by the effects of the leverage. Always make sure to have enough risk capital in your account. As it turned out, all my efforts to make it in the financial trading world did actually pay off, even though not as I first imagined it would. I eventually landed a job with a prop trading firm. Here is where things got really interesting and I have exponentially boosted my knowledge. I cannot stress enough how important it is to be among peers that have the same passion as you do, who are professional and have the competitive mindset that will push you to outperform yourself. Of course not everybody is lucky enough (or maybe don’t even want to) to land a trading job, but if you really want to make it in trading you should spend more time on trading forums. Share ideas, compare performances, get your motivation up. Seeing others do it and being successful at it will push you higher than you could imagine. It all started out as a college hobby and it transformed itself into a career. I just gave it my time, dedication and perseverance. For all of those thinking about starting their journey in trading I say do it with an open heart. It is the most rewarding activity you could ever do. It gives you the freedom you always dreamed of. At least that’s what it felt like for me. If you’re ready to open your own trading account, make sure you take the shortcut and use the advice given in these lines. Stay motivated, well capitalized, always in the markets, gain your edge and enjoy the ride. You will also need a trusted broker to partner with. Forex broker has great offers for new accounts that could definitely help you start off on the right foot. Just remember the basics and you’ll be fine!
Getting a quantitative analyst job with unsuccessful prop trading experience.
After graduating from university I joined a prop trading firm where I was trading equity and bond futures. I was doing really well in the first 4-5 months, but then I started losing money and eventually quit the firm. I currently work in a different field. I will be applying for masters in Quantitative Finance/Financial Engineering next year (2017). Will my unsuccessful trading experience at prop trading firm impact my ability to get a quantitative analyst (quant trader) job at BB or hedge fund after graduation? If yes, what kind of career I can peruse to stay close to the markets? I also want to add that I successfully traded FOREX for almost 4 years, generating more than 80% annual return for 3 consecutive years. Thanks in advance.
I'm looking for a news app, something that will send me central bank releases, and other important releases and buzz my phone until I check it
At the moment I love forex live, the central bank section to be more exact, and some of the stuff on the main page, like Greece issues and other important things. Most of the other stuff are data points which have a planned release, so I ignore 90% of the content posted there, but super mad props for the amazing job the Live Forex team does for free. I downloaded twitter and managed to check them out, and it's not what I expected, and there are like 1000 posts daily with random things too, not just news, it's not the same content like the website. So, here I am, asking the older fundamental traders, how the hell you manage to get your news? Right now I just check the website from time to time If I'm not at home, and when at home I have a dedicated screen just for forex live. I'm looking for something that I can give permission to ring my phone even on sleep mode in case of certain news, like surprise central bank comments. Thanks in advance and have a wonderful trading day.
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