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Comments on: TDI Podcast 15: Day Trading University



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By: Baker

Thu, 13 Jan 2011 11:25:25 +0000

Thank you for this free trading podcast, I agree that for a good trade we should have a big deposit on our accounts.



By: Cassy

Tue, 02 Nov 2010 11:32:47 +0000

This is an useful trading lesson for beginners, if it was possible to hear daily podcast with analysis of the future market evolution it would be great.



By: Trader Jobs

Tue, 29 Dec 2009 09:25:18 +0000

Yeah, I think that advice about day trading is really useful Frankly speaking, I'm fond of doing some intraday here and there.



By: chris NY

Mon, 25 Jun 2007 15:11:09 +0000

Another informative podcast for us rookie investors. Day trading seems like a great way to diversify my trading techniques and create continous profit generating technique. ive been looking through cybertradinguniversity.com and it looks like a great tool to improve my knowledge and hopefully improve in making more profit to hopefully living off this exciting industry of market trading. So far ive been getting an good return on investing in stocks with a 2-6month hold on them but day trading seems like it could be an extra plus Andrew in your opinion from experience in this industry are returns in daytrading when executed properly more attractive then investing for a longer term(6-18month) approach?