This is My Stock Trading Journey

Q&A with Marcel

September 23, 2015 | 2 Comments

And now presenting to you the next installment in our trader interview series…meet Marcel.

Q: How long have you been trading?
A: I have been trading since September 2013

Q: How many trades do you think you average per month or year?
A: On average I would say 1-3 trades a month.

Q: Why did you decide to start stock trading?
A: I had always been interested in the stock market, and wanted to learn how to invest. Initially I did not know the difference between an investor or trader, but now have come to understand that when I am trading my money is in the market for less time than the typical investor.

Q: Have you been to any NVOWS seminars?  If so, which ones and what were your thoughts on them?
A: Yes I have attended Seminar 1 ( Knowledge is better than Gold) about 3 times. In this seminar I learned a tremendous amount about the market, how it works and how I can use this vehicle to create wealth for my family and future generations.  I have also attended Seminar 2 , and learned the wonderful world of options!

Q: Is stock trading what you expected?

A: I honestly had no idea what to expect.  I regularly heard things about trading and when hearing the opinion of the typical buy and hold strategists a fear of trading was created, as they made it seem that smart investors buy and hold and typically likened trading to glorified gambling.

Q: Is there anything you know now that you wish you had known when you started?
A: No. If anything I wish I could have learned about trading sooner in life. I wasted so much money on things I don’t even own anymore. It would have been great to take that money and put it towards something useful, like my future business. Once a person learns something it is soooo easy to then go and find the same information and say “Hey I could have learned this sooner” but, I have a saying that goes “You don’t know, what you don’t know, until you learn what you don’t know”. In essence NOW that I have learned a strategy I can easily go find sources that simulate, and talk about this strategy, and NOW I have the luxury of saying “oh I could have learned this without spending X amount of money to know what I know now”, but the reality of the situation is if I did not learn what I learned in Seminar 1 , I would have no clue what to look for. Who knows maybe one day I would have discovered this wonderful strategy, but in the information age where there is a plethora of bad information mixed in with a finite amount of good, who knows how long it would have taken. I am writing this in May of 2014. I took my first seminar 1 in March of 2013, there is no way I would have half of the information I do now had I not attended seminar 1 with NVOWS.

Q:Are you consistently profitable?

A: I am pretty much even for the year.

Q: Would you recommend someone join Top Gun?  Why or why not?

A: Yes. I invested in my family business, and any child that I have from now on will also be able to participate in our business. I am leaving a legacy behind that will change my family for the better. The information I have received is invaluable, and it was worth the money I put in to get it. Every year thousands of high school graduates enroll in their first semester of college. For the price of that first year’s tuition at a university, I have gotten a much more valuable education in my opinion.

Q: Besides NVOWS materials what other resources (books, websites, people, etc) do you use?

A: First and foremost, I am getting in the habit of praying and asking Jesus for guidance before making any decision. I have endeavored to learn market tone on my own so, I read Reuters and MarketWatch to get a feel for the market tone, and compare my discoveries with NVOWS market alerts. I also bounce ideas off of my brother who is also a Top Gun. I do trust NVOWS, but I want to fly my own  plane.

Q: Anything else you’d want to add.
A: If you are thinking about taking Seminar 1 with NVOWS… Just go!  99.00 bought me a new opportunity. It bought me hope for dreams that I thought were unattainable.  IF you are anything like me, I am sure you can make a list of worse things or less valuable things you have bought that cost equal to or more than 99.00.  Take a chance, what do you have to lose?

2 people are talking about “Q&A with Marcel

  1. firstly you need a demat account,secondly, start radeing economic times and business today and other business magazines,start doing research on companies you would like to invest.look at their annual reports and see how they have been performing for the past one year and how their share prices have been moving over the period.see lowest price during the last year and the highest price during that period,if the price during the trading hours is near the lower price purchase the shares, and then when prices start rising and you feel that the price has reached your target profit, sell the share.That is it, you have made a profit.REMEMBER this is not a written rule, you can fail a number of times before actually getting profits.I m giving the answer of personal experience and knowledge.I hope it helps

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