If you’re looking to hear from someone who taught themselves to trade after only attending NVOWS Seminar 1 then look no further because Tracey has done just that. This couple has worked so hard and learned so much through books, great internet sources and trial and error.
Q: How long have you been trading?
A: Since June 2014. Took several months off and have only now recently begun trading again.
Q: How many trades do you think you average per month or year?
A: Since starting back about 3 per month. Before I took a break, I had over traded.
Q: Why did you decide to start stock trading?
A: I’m tired of having the majority of my time spent on making someone else wealthy when I can spend that time with my family.
Q: Have you been to any NVOWS seminars? If so, which ones and what were your thoughts on them?
A: I went to Seminar 1. They are very good at creating the vision of being your own boss. There was way too much sale’s pitch and not enough time spent on the basics. I wish they would spend less time on selling and more time on trader psychology and basics.
Q: Is stock trading what you expected?
A: No. If they had spent more time on trader psychology I would have been better prepared to handle my emotions in a trade.
Q: What strategy do you prefer? (i.e. spreads, stocks, options, etc)
A: Buying calls and puts.
Q: Would you recommend someone join Top Gun? Why or why not?
A: Can’t really comment because I’ve never been to Top Gun.
Q: Besides NVOWS materials what other resources (books, websites, people, etc) do you use?
A: Michael Sincere has a good beginner’s book on options. I follow a few folks on Twitter to check my opinions against theirs. Jeremy Newsome has a decent website www.reallifetrading.com/. Almost all of his stuff is free (videos,
Q: Anything else you’d want to add?
A: The information NVOWS teaches is good, but it is not top secret. The motivated individual who can’t afford their advanced seminars can get educated themselves if they will persevere, not give up, and keep their hand to the plough.