*This presentation is for educational and informational purposes only. Results are not typical. Always do your own research as trading is inherently risky. You should not mirror the trades or alerts of the instructors and attempts to do so may result in substantial financial loss. Past performance is not an indicator of future results. From January 1, 2020, to December 31, 2020, typical users of the products and services offered by this website reported earning, on average, an estimated $49.91 in profit. This figure is taken from tracking user accounts on Profit.ly, a trading community platform. Tim Sykes owns a minority stake in StocksToTrade.Com 🔴 My 7-step framework: https://profit.ly/store/info/163 🤑👇🏻 EXPAND DESCRIPTION for more LINKS 👇🏻🤑 Trading is inherently risky … But is it possible to make decisions that can be considered less risky than others? That’s what this video is about. Kyle Williams and I get into all the ways you can better manage risk. Don’t be part of the losing majority — learn how you can potentially minimize your trading risk in this video! LINKS Mentioned: 🔴 Videos including Mariana: https://youtu.be/CibHaALYvsg, https://youtu.be/4rZrxpa7dQI, https://youtu.be/tAtBg_GSvgk SUGGESTED LINKS: 👉🏼Get my weekly stock watchlist here FREE OF CHARGE: https://timsykeswatchlist.com/ 👉🏼See all my trades from the last 20 years: https://profit.ly/user/timothysykes 👉🏼SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.ly/2MDNeVq to get INSTANT alerts when I post a new video outlining my penny stock trading techniques.* ✅ Share this video with a fellow Trader: https://youtu.be/Ao0ppE5-T6Q ✅ Recommended video: https://youtu.be/6mygDVxta9M ✅ Recommended playlists: Day Trading 101: Starter Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxhDIeYxNpE&list=PLTKUP0v0mxhvcNcP55fLthMRuTep2SGzY My Millionaire Students – How They Did It: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTKUP0v0mxhtFSV2MDrpS6hziwptlpv4_ Trading with the Tims: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTKUP0v0mxhvhVuORoUdAQ1yCAZ6RAI_R 🔴 FULL DESCRIPTION: Many people go into trades blindly… They might check a few indicators here and there, but they don’t really determine the risk/reward ratio. Ignoring the risk/reward ratio is a big mistake. If you don’t consider it in your trades, more often than not you’ll find yourself losing … And you won’t have a clear understanding of why. In this video, Kyle Williams and I break down a few trades we think are ideal. How do we determine what’s ideal? Watch and learn as we explain our desired ratio for risk/reward. And if you’re wondering how you’re supposed to determine whether a stock is a good trade in time for the market open… Then you might not be taking advantage of a watchlist. That should be your first step. After you create a solid watchlist, remember the lessons from this video. Then check to see if the trades you chose are worth watching. We’ll also get into some patterns that you should look for compared to others. This video is all about how you can better manage your risk when the odds are stacked high against you. And the lessons here are heavy on knowledge of my 7-step framework, which is foundational to most of my technical videos… If you’re not familiar with it, I’ll link it above. There are lots of technical terms here, so I suggest you take notes to research after the video! Do you understand why it’s important to focus on minimizing risk? If you do, comment below … ✅ Follow Tim Sykes on socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timothysykes
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