I think everybody should be told in high school at least a basic understanding of investing especially since not many companies offer pensions. This is my attempt to give everybody at least a few ways to get started.
I cover what I like to trade most (ticker SPY), what indicators I like and a tool that some brokers use that might be the best made tool ever for beginners to automate most of their trades.
What this guide is and is not so you can get an idea if this is right for you.
Things to consider when choosing a broker, and the 2 I like.
I go over what I trade and why, but I also go over if you have another thing you want to trade I'll tell you a few things to keep in mind.
One of the most frustrating things is buying right before a stock drops, and there is no guarantee you won't do this but these indicators will help you get a feel for where a stock is moving.
This one tool that most big brokers have could remove most of the emotion out of your trades.
There is a seasonal pattern where the year is split into "good" months and "bad" (or weak) months.
If you like this method and would like to see my current trades and the method I prefer check out my Patreon page.
I've been described as tenacious in my study of stock trading. I like high probabilities, I don't look for a fair fight. I'm much better at teaching than trading. I look to always improve myself, and have been since I started researching stock trading in 2009 and have been actively trading since 2012. I've published a book on my favorite method of trading and now am looking teach with video's to share what I've learned hopefully more clear than the dry financial books and video's I learned from.