How I Trade on the Stock Market

**Read description for answers to frequently asked questions**

the first stock market video is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwd3C2Cq9H0

As I say many times in the video, this is simply the way that I personally trade. That does not mean that it is for everyone. There are countless different approaches that one could have to the stock market, and none of them are strictly right or wrong.
Don’t ever follow exactly what any one person tells you when it comes to the stock market – including me! Do your research and come to your own conclusions.

QUESTIONS

Q. Do you day trade?
A. Essentially, no. I rarely day trade. I think that since I have started trading, I have only done 2 or 3 day trades.

Q. Your chart assumes that you can identify highs and lows – how is that possible?
A. It’s not. My chart was a very basic version of the way in which I trade – very basic. If I could re-film the video, I would put more emphasis on identifying highs and lows – the emphasis being that you can never 100% identify them.
If you trade, as I showed later in my chart, sometimes you will sell and the stock will skyrocket. Or, quite often, you will buy and the stock will plummet. It happens, and of course I experience this all the time.

Q. How long do you hold stocks?
A. This varies greatly, and can be anywhere from 1 day to months. On average, I probably hold stocks approximately 3 days – 1 week.

Q. So, you are making this video to advise people to start trading?
A. No. Absolutely not. I would be more likely to encourage people NOT to trade on the stock market than I would be to do vice versa.

Q. So, you trade off your base of $10k, and live off of that?
A. No. $10k is what I started with in my account two years ago. It is not what is in my account now.

Q. Can you give me advice on…?
A. No. Although I would love to help everyone, I am not the best means of advice for you. I am not trying to give anyone advice here – I am simply sharing a bit of insight into what my job as a stock trader looks like. I am not a licensed financial advisor, and I would not ever presume to give anyone financial advice. Please do your research and be careful!

Q. You don’t seem like a professional trader…?
A. I am not really concerned with how professional I “seem.” I am making a living, and that is the most important thing to me. I did not go to school for this, or ever take any classes on the stock market. I did my own research and taught myself all that I know about the market. I am not worried about seeming professional – I am only concerned about making money on the stock market.

Q. Can you give us proof / screenshot your personal account info / banking info so that I believe you?
A. No. If you do not “believe me,” please don’t expect me to care.

Q. I want to make some quick cash. Should I invest in the stock market?
A. No. Absolutely not.

Q. Can you film yourself actually trading on the market?
A. No – for various reasons. One, if you are imagining that my actual trading will be anywhere near as engaging as that not-very-exciting chart, you are mistaken. Perhaps if I was day trading, this would not be the case, but when I buy a stock, I simply click a button the says “buy.” That’s it… And then I wait for days, weeks, perhaps months. There is nothing thrilling to see here.
Also, it would be a bother to block out all of my account numbers and all that. Sorry.

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Why do I trade on TD Ameritrade?
– They have strong research reports
– They have great trading tools, such as Thinkorswim
– They have a great mobile app that allows me to trade on the go
– They have amazing customer service
– There are no hidden fees, such as maintaining a minimum balance

I explained this in the original cut of my video, but it was just getting too long!

**And no, I am not sponsored in any way by TD Ameritrade, I just like their trading platform and wanted to give you guys an explanation of why that is. A lot of people also highly recommend Scottrade, which has lower fees than Ameritrade. Whatever works for you!**

DISCLAIMER

This video is for entertainment purposes only. I am not a financial advisor, registered investment advisor, or broker dealer. I am not a member of any association in any jurisdiction. I am not legally qualified to give financial advice – this video simply shows you my own personal strategies. Viewers are completely responsible for their own investments and financial decisions. The content creator is not liable in any way for any decisions that the viewer may make based off of this video.

Comments

yang yanwu says:

This strategy is not going to work when the market is consecutively going up or down.

gmamali says:

Practically, the market does not move the way she tells most of the time

39thala says:

When you say you’re “looking for the stock to go up or down” and then it does, what about if it doesn’t go up or down when you’re hoping. What if the stock completely plunges out of that range that you have charted on some bad news (which so many times happens) Like after you bought back that first 50 shares. Or if to was to keep going up , up ,up after you sold when you were “looking for it to go back down”? Just curious because much of the time stocks don’t trade up and down in a sideways channel like you have drawn. Thanks!

nestico22 says:

the way you pay for your traveling is by prostitution,you are a worldwide prostitute

Uber Boi says:

Buy low, sell high, If it goes up you make money, if it goes down you loose money.

lombardo141 says:

You all that are giving her negative comments are all idiots. She figured out the stock market are own way and she is traveling the world with her profits. Of course don’t trust everything you see on the internet but at least be inspired by what is possible. You go girl and do ignore the negative comments. They are mostly SHEEP that would probably pay you to show them how you make money anyways so keep that in mind when you get bored of trading :o)

karim03347 says:

Wow , this is a Total BS ,

Sam Sam says:

I love your honesty.Thank you.

Omar Naseef says:

I just saw her photo that she’s uploaded, she’s trading ‘safe stocks’ and ETFs!!! anybody can do that!!!! its a bullish market. She’s got 100k+ to invest in so 16% gain in a year is totally fine to her lol

Stock Dog says:

Good job on your market success!  I just started a channel about market strategies including options and random topic tips.  You should check it out.

katanankes says:

So entertaining…

Samuel Rodriguez says:

Mami thank you for your tips I just made $630 with options and waiting for the pull backs before buying just by following your system. It won’t always be a gain but at least is a good start. Thank you again.

Troy Schick says:

worthless video, not being negative. This is not a “strategy”. LMFAO

Hussain Gulam says:

Do you trade as an individual or created llc ?

Evan Borges says:

I’m pretty sure you are seeing plenty of market opportunities with your BIG EYES.

Ibrahim Ozturk says:

You get aggressive about having no point

errndog errndog says:

mmmmm her eyessssss

Todd says:

This is so fucking stupid. If u do this i promise u will loose all your munni. Use indicators and news, and studdy. OMG

39thala says:

One thing you’re not explaining. Why when you bought 50 more shares during that first decline did you assume it’s going to go up again? That would be the only reason you would buy back in after you sold 50 shares at that first peak. Otherwise, for all you know it could keep going down and that 50 shares you sold and bought back would be lost in addition to the remaining 50 that you held. You would have to know somehow that it was going to go back up to make the decision to buy back 50 shares during that decline. So, I’m curious, what is telling you that that stock will keep going up and down. Is it the historic trend of that stock to go up and down like your chart shows? I’ve seen too many stocks tank and just keep tanking after you would have bought back that first 50 shares. In other words, what would you have done if it had not made that first “big move” after you bought back the 50 shares? Would you have just taken a loss and dumped everything after it dropped below where you bought your initial 100 shares?

Greg Mariku says:

Great video and very intriguing! Has really opened my mind to new possibilities.

On your graph you indicate the number of shares you traded. Are you able to give typical buy and sell prices or price ranges?

Thanks!

Gary Rihoo says:

Try to make some sence Girl only $10,000.00 to start and you are talking about buying APPL, TSLA, ERX and other stocks that you talking about. IMPOSSIBLE. IMPOSSIBLE. IMPOSSIBLE.

analskate1 says:

a woman teaching how to make money on stocks? no thanks, I’d rather just bet on sports

Lance Baker says:

You brag that in 2016 you had a 16.17% gain in your positions. I had a 20.2% gain in my long-term holdings account WITH NO TRADES WHATSOEVER!!!! I’m not making any Youtube video about it, though. The only way to avoid negative comments is to disallow comments.

Kevin Gardin says:

Dont take this advice! She has no trading strategy at all. When you actually talk to a disciplined trader they dont trade like this AT ALL.

Lance Baker says:

If you are rich, how come the hotel room walls look like those of a shanty?

Funky Punky X says:

Its not that simple and easy … its much more camplicated and unpredictable

Lance Baker says:

@Thomas Gordon: You seem to think there is no profit if you buy, sell, and buy again the same stock. That would be true if you bought and sold at the same price. If you buy one share (just example) at $10, sell that at $50, and then wait until the stock goes down to buy again at $40, you now have your original 10 bucks in your pocket (minus commissions paid to AmeriTrade or whoever) and one share of stock. Day trading does work, but only for those who use complex strategy or who are lucky. The bulk of day traders lose money and give up.

Ric0101 says:

She should have mentioned this is noise speed trading and how dangerous it is to be market and economic illiterate.

Mahesh b says:

OMG UR LIKE ANGEL

Brenda Mcfarlane says:

More videos on stocks please.

Maze yaj says:

Reminds me of playing roulette except double 00 and 0 doesn’t exist….
It’s either trending up or down or in stagnation….

Nirav Patel says:

Go for GRPN , CMG and SNAP

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