This is My Stock Trading Journey

Meet Featured Trader, Kelly

October 14, 2015 | 3 Comments

Meet our newest featured trader, Kelly.

Q: How long have you been trading?

A: 1.5 years

Q: How many trades do you think you average per month or year?

A: 3

Q: Why did you decide to start stock trading?

A: Husband thought it sounded like my personality

Q: Have you been to any NVOWS seminars?  If so, which ones and what were
your thoughts on them?

A: 1,2,3,4,Entity  Too much selling and not enough practice  Good info too
 
Q: Is stock trading what you expected?

A: Yes

Q: What strategy do you prefer? (i.e. spreads, stocks, options, etc)

A: Working towards Credit spreads

Q: Are you consistently profitable?

A: Not yet

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

A: You can get the info cheaper other places

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

A: Trade smart University has great videos and they make it very understandable! 

Q: Anything else you’d want to add.

A: Would love to meet in Omaha maybe 1 time every 3 months to talk about what is working for people and what to avoid.

3 people are talking about “Meet Featured Trader, Kelly

    • Hi Kelly, I will check out Trade Smart University, among my favorite go to sites is Investopedia, they cover everything subject by subject, also Seeking Alpha daily articles on investing and certain stock reviews emailed to you daily at no costs, Zachs & Motley Fool are good solid info sites.
      I have tried options, covered calls, & puts but prefer going long on good solid ,wide mote stocks, safety is my first concern, i trade the same 4 or 5 stocks over & over & over, you get a feel for them and know when to strike.
      One thing i have done for several years is buy 1 share of a good stock that interests me, I Don’t sell it, I keep it on my account screen and look at it every day, after a few weeks you get a feel for what its pattern is, that along with considering general market conditions on the day you make a trade, like has the market pulled back for 2 to 4 days. I only buy when the stock is down at or below support level. Making money in stocks is hard work and you really have to be into it to be successful.

      Good Luck,
      Doyle Johnson
      Nocona Texas

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