100 Stock Trading Tips: FREE VIDEO LESSON

May 1st, 2014

My book 100 Stock Trading Tips focuses on mindsets and concepts to help your trading go to the next level.

In this book, I focus on a lot of taboo topics, a lot of things people don't really want to talk about or mention. But I want to talk about them!

The book is set up to give you one tip at the top and the explanation underneath of it.

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Swing vs. Day Trading – Which is Better?

April 29th, 2014

You can compare day traders and swing traders to the Ninja Turtles – always fighting the Foot Clan. They are always battling each other, but which one is better?

Let's break down the differences between day traders and swing traders, so you can decide which style of trading is better for you...

Holding Time

The holding time for a day trader is less than 6.5 hours, because there is less than 6.5 hours in a trading day. You can possibly hold stock for 7 hours if you trade premarket or aftermarket, but typically you'll hold less than 6.5 hours.

The holding time for a swing trader, on the other hand, is anywhere from 2 days to 2 months. It's typically longer than one day.

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April 24, 2014 – Moving Averages with Stocks

April 25th, 2014

Hey it’s Sasha Evdakov, it’s April 24th 2014 and today on the stock market recap, we’re going to talk about moving averages, how I use them and what I’m looking for when I have moving averages up, so that’s going to be the primary focus of this lesson.
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April 17, 2014 – When to Enter a Trade

April 17th, 2014

Hey, it's Sasha Evdakov, April 17th, 2014 and right before the good Friday.

April 18 tomorrow, the markets are close. I hope you guys are enjoying your shorten holiday break and those of you that aren't working, I hope you spend some good time with family and enjoy the goodness out of life.

Today I want to focus on entering a trade. And I'd like to kind of do this in a 3-Part series in terms of entering the trade this week, maybe following through next week but we'll see where I get to today. Because I like to go in depth on this recaps. Read More  

How to Eliminate Stress While Trading (The Flow of Stock Trading)

April 15th, 2014

Hey it’s Sasha Evdakov and in this video I want to share with you How to Eliminate Stress When it Comes to Trading Stocks or trading in your account. In either case how do you eliminate that Stress caused by when you’re trading in the stock market?

Well a lot of times people take on this stress because they don't understand their psychology or their psychological state that they’re in. Now seeing psychology when you see things visually and with diagrams allows you to really hone in and kind of be aware and see yourself from an outside perspective and then you can make adjustments.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Being a Day Trader

April 8th, 2014

Hey I’m Sasha Evdakov and this video I want to share with you in the advantages and disadvantages behind being a day trader. If you want to trade stocks and looking to become a day trader, it’s important to understand what you’re getting yourself into and the advantages and the disadvantages. So in case you want to change and become a swing trader, then you’ll at least know the reason behind it.

First off, a day trader is someone that holds a stock or position less than a day which is 6 ½ hours, since the trading day last 6 ½ hours. So you can hold it for 20 minutes, you can hold it for an hour, you can hold it for five hours.

It's totally up to you, you can hold if for a minute. It doesn’t matter, but it’s less than a full day. That's what a day trader is and that’s what they do. Where as a swing trader holds a position for multiple days, two, three days, a week, a month. For longer term position.

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What is the Pattern Day Trade Rule? (PDT)

April 1st, 2014

What is the Pattern Day Trade Rule?

Pattern Day Trade rule also known as PDT is in place to protect the beginner traders. It is important to know this rule if you have less than $25,000 in your bank account or trading account and you are an active trader.

The rule states if you are an active trader, meaning if you make 4 or more trades in a 5 day period, then you will be stuck in your fourth trade place. Therefore you won’t be able to make any more trades until your early trades are cleared.  For example, if you made two trades on Monday, one on Tuesday, and one on Wednesday, you won’t be able to make a trade on Thursday; therefore, if the market is crashing, you will be stuck in that place.

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