Ep 137: Investing Your First $1,000 Bucks
Watch Part 2 Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMJaiB3xOKc
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In this video you will learn how to invest your first $1000 dollars. Providing you some advice whether to invest it or start a business.
Learning the step by step to get to your target by investing in yourself in different ways. Education should be your initial investment that builds you to your goal.
Gaining experience and knowledge is a key focus improve yourself before investing money in the stock market. It helps you make the best decisions and makes it easier to manage your own money.
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What an utter waste of time. I expected to get something practical and hands-on application, not emotional motivation for waiting to get started investing aka the learner's trap of analysis paralysis with the fear of thinking you're not good enough yet so you waste years continue to learn. The best learning is by DOING. That's the problem I notice with this guy is that he likes to give long-winded, irrelevant, and off-tangent explanations than straight-up answers.
this is one of the simpler approaches to trading or investing but of course you can do that and that is one type of strategy. it really just depends on what you're looking to do and the risk profile that you want to have on your investments
Research using YouTube, online courses, apps, books, and/or a person is considered educating yourself (getting an education). Some of that education is free, some have associated costs, some come with a price tag; either way you are investing in your education... Degree or not
PLEASE UPVOTE THIS SO HE Sees !!————-I don’t know if your reading this Sasha Evdakov, but I absolutely LOVE these types of videos. I semi disliked the ones you do that are interesting but podcast based so it’s no face cam but maybe screen. It’s a bit boring and less interesting to you, whom I see to be a young Anton Kreil.
You speak so clearly and elequently with a very soothing and interesting tone.
The clear board in front of you is absolutely perfect too! Brilliant idea, marvelous!! I wish you the very luck my man. Love you keep this up and I hope to join your LearnToFly program!! So worth!!’
Thats the video i was looking for an honest guy saying the truth about the stock market.. we want money fast without any effort preparing ourselfs. Its like when you go to the gym for the first time and you want to build muscles fast but without training everyday, keeping a diet and good livestyle thats never gonna happen..
Very good video.... I have been studying for about 2 years now. Demo is in the money! Getting ready to trade a live account soon. btw I am with IG.
If I did take a course to make my decision clear and make sure I am on the right track. Do you know of any good ones Sasha?
Excellent response Sasha. I learned very quickly that when trading with real money (say just $200 per trade which I can afford to lose completely) I have very strong emotional responses that I don't have in paper trading. It's eye opening and it helps me to learn different ways of managing my specific emotional responses. Ie. I tend to jump out of trades too quickly out of fear that the trend is reversing. I end up leaving most of the money I could have made on the table. It's humbling. That's a good thing.
Sasha Evdakov awesome thanks sasha.. currently on 5th chapter in your book Start Trading Stocks.. Great Work.. I appreciate how you deliver the reality of trading not as a get rich quick method and the fact this is more of a craft that develops over time..and that its not EASY.. looking to growing with your work and insights in 2018.. God Bless you and Merry Christmas.. 💯💯💯
Hi Sasha, I appreciate you getting back to my response! I will do some research on the subject, figured maybe you would know off the top of your head. I just wanted to get a feel for trading before ingesting and losing. Haha I am doing long term investing and buying bluechips and holding on to them but wanted to be more active. I will keep learning like you suggest and keep investing in myself. Thank you for all the great videos!
This is really bad advice. I hope no one listens to this genius. The only was to learn is to do paper trading. This is the best way to see if stocks are for you. Don't do what this genius recommends and loose all your real cash. If you can't do paper trading don't even bother using cash 💰
Ashar Zam you should look up robinhood app. You don't need a broker account youbjust transfer funds from your reg account and fund Robin hood. They don't charge you any commission fees but when you cash out I think it may take 3 business days.. this is how they make thier money by using yiur money at the hold time period
hello Sasha. REALISTICALLY, how long do you think this time line of yours is from step 1 to 6? I am 18 and just getting started. So i would like to get an idea because it is easy to get excited and rush things.
If you're going to start with investing in your education, here's some tips: find educational material being sold for less than the value it can provide. Thrift shops are good for this: the information in the books is the same at discount price as it is at retail price. Also, keep free YouTube videos in mind!
Another tip is, when you reach your maximum potential gains in education, sell! You can stop the loss in your investment by selling your books as a commodity with little devaluation.
You can even combine the above two tips to invest something like trading on margin: your local lending library can offer you a selection of books available on loan, which you can use for educational profit, and then return to the library at the same value.
siento decirte que tus comerciales en Youtube son de lo más molestos y largos, yo vine aquí a darte a un dislike por los tutoriales que en lo personal no me gustaron, debería YouTube poner anuncios de calidad no a principiantes que pagan por propaganda.
Sasha Evdakov I agree, It's about two cents on every buy and sell. They have to charge finra fees, but only on the sell and not more than $5.95 according to the website. I'm still learning by paper trading. 😀
Sasha, you usually refer to a stock market movement towards the down side as rapid and fast. I have developed an analogy. A stock is like a a bowling ball, and after it is shot into the air, at a certain point it loses speed and slows its ascent. However when the bowling ball starts its descent it keeps picking up speed and won't stop its relentless downard thrust until it hits the dirt or an object that can withstand the impact (Support) and bring it to a hault. Would you agree with that?
Hi Sasha, I know there is a course, which starts step 1 then fast forward to step 10 to do trading in the live markets. 😱
It was giving me some dreams to get good income but in reality I could not performed well. Because, market's environment was different each time but I could not adapt to manage my risk (positions) accordingly because I got panicked. I knew the markets' conditions are not like in the textbook in my head but it wasn't sinked in my brain deeply.
Now after about over one year, I re-read William J. O'Neil's
book (the one you recommended in your other video), it's now starting to make sense. I believe, because I paid enough my tuition to the markets to get my experience. 💸
My point is that I agree with you that there is no shortcut to earn money in the markets, like you say.
I believe, taking a small step at a time to move forward is important. 🤠👍🏻
ur a fucking genius... I can see that , one of the only trading channels where I can tell you know what ur talking about. I had to unsubscribe to geremy from financial education, he's such a fucking fake. any real trader can see that.
*Created stocks account 1yr ago July, "lost" ~400 first 3mo. studied A LOT the next ~3mo. and the last ~6mo. been making profitable gains, best so far being ~250% in less than 1mo. on one single company. Many claim crypto wealth are liars that had prior forms of wealth. Have dabbled in crypto, made about the same ROI, ~1mo. Bought my first couple BTC at $90 and first couple ETH at $40, these are my looong term*
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