I know it takes lots of time, practice and more. Probably many years. Similar to any other occupation, I also acknowledge that it is not something that can be taught or learnt from a book
Good input guys. TH I assume you rate Brett Steenbarger ? Off on hols in a few weeks. Might make a purchase of his latest book for light reading.
Thanks for the info, I'll have a look at it.
That's great, but I guess like trader62 I'm looking for the form or - how to, scenario.
Do you use ProTrader Ed's material to make your trade decisions?
Do you trade full time?
How long has it taken you.... to get to where you are today as a trader?
I think I'll move to medicine, sounds a lot easier?
Noooooooo.......... way and miss all the fun?
Steve, The process is well set out. In trading as well as other occupations. Get a thorough and broad knowledge of ALL markets, functions and participants. Then from that find something that looks interesting to you and become a specialised.
Takes lots of time. But like any occupation you can start off by being the annoying apprentice and asking lots of questions while being very observant.