Equipment and Tools You Need to Start Trading Stocks
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Getting started in training online is not very difficult in the sense of the equipment and tools that you need. There are a lot more other hurdles that are actually more complicated than just figuring out the tools and equipment.
In this video what I'd like to do is cover those tools and equipment that you need in order to get started in trading.
I’m Sasha Evdakov and thanks for joining me here at Tradersfly.com, to get into the three things that you need in order to trade at least as far as the equipment and tools are concerned is really cut quite simple, it's not that difficult.
Things you need to start trading
To get into this the first thing that you need is you need a computer with internet access, so you need a computer with internet access and this is so you can execute your trades so that way you can see what's going on with the prices, what's going on with the stock or how’s the chart moving.
1. Computer and Internet
A computer with internet access is one of those things that will accomplish that.
Now I have a full in depth very detailed course about what kind of computer you should get, as far as a desktop versus a laptop versus windows versus Apple versus Mac, all kinds of different things that go in detail about the type of computer that you should get for trading and you can get that course at http://www.tradingcomputercourse.com.
Just give you a quick rundown, you don't really need an advanced computer and a really high speed Internet access you know something like DSL broadband files will be just fine to get you started and a basic computer like a laptop.
Even a smartphone will be just fine as long as you have a connection to the Internet to buy and sell stocks or execute your orders. Any device, any smartphone will also be just fine to get you started.
However, as you continue to get better as you continue to improve which you’ll probably want is multiple monitors support and the reason for that is because once you have multiple monitors you're able to see and look at your stocks a lot easier.
You'll be able to see charts on one screen, then the other screen you'll be able to execute the order, on the other screen you'll be able to potentially research. Multiple monitor support will be a lot better as you start progressing and as you start involving as a trader.
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so I need a Computer and I need it to be connected to the Internet AND I need Money to trade with?......who knew that I would need these things to 'Trade' 'Online' amazing.......get to the god damn point for the love of god
I don't care if it's self-explanatory, I want a teacher that starts at the beginning, and covers all the basses, and basics. That way I know he's explaining right on the more advanced material...He is thorough. Not everyone is on the same level. A good teacher takes that into account. If you don't think it's up to your level, why not find something else?
this videos amazing. ive been watching alot of videos on trading, as it seems like something i would enjoy doing and with basically unlimited earning potential, but nobody talks about the absolute basics. what people really need before they even think about actually trading.
Slow down there old timer. I think people who are able to access a video will have the "know how" of how to sign up for an online broker online. (just joking). I guess a lot more people over 40 will find this useful. Actually I notice the older generation usually just does fundamental research and looks at a basic line or area graph and physically meets with a broker or calls them to do their bidding, eh I mean order.
Sasha you are probably just a few years older than me. We are from the generation(s) that matured in step with the proliferation of internet. This kind of reminded me of the days of being instructed in "computer class" now type: w w w DOT (insert name of site) or click file save as blah blah blah. Hay this kind of makes me feel old for remembering those old days of huge class monitors and wired mice.
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