Video: Letting market dictate how much you trade, types of charts, and how BIG is too big.

Another Q&A in the book with E-mini Executors.  We hammer home again the importance of not putting yourself in a box.  We talk liquidity and why we like the S&P 500.  Also we talk technology.  If you are looking for cost effective equipment try www.tigerdirect.com or www.monoprice.com 

 

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  • yo

    I’ve been tempted by tigerdirect but see so many bad comments about it. Just the other day one of the principals of smb said on their blog that they would never send another order to tigerdirect.  I was surprised that you recommended it.

    • I have not had a bad experience but I have only bought new things.  Shipping is fast, it usually has some good deals on monitors. 

2 Responses to Video: Letting market dictate how much you trade, types of charts, and how BIG is too big.

  1. yo says:

    I’ve been tempted by tigerdirect but see so many bad comments about it. Just the other day one of the principals of smb said on their blog that they would never send another order to tigerdirect.  I was surprised that you recommended it.

    • Eradke says:

      I have not had a bad experience but I have only bought new things.  Shipping is fast, it usually has some good deals on monitors. 

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