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A Guide to Trading and a Tim Sykes Review

Published: 27th December 2019 11:47


We’ve all tried to make a bit of extra money in the past- I know I have. There are a variety of different ways to go about this- I’ve worked two jobs at once and sold a lot of old belongings to try and get a bit of extra cash, and that can be pretty effective. There are a number of other methods, however, and one of these is trading. Now, I know what you might be thinking- isn’t trading for those big businessmen in New York office buildings? While this may have been more common in the past, trading has become much more accessible in recent times. More and more people are joining in with the craze and attempting to make money from it and I believe it could be a good option fr you, too. There are a variety of ways to go about it but you need to know what you’re doing. 

The best way to improve your trading is by learning from actual traders themselves and there are a lot of them out there who lend a hand in teaching. However, some of them are a lot better than others. Some are unreliable and not as skilled as others, while others have really high prices for work that isn’t worth it. You need to learn how to distinguish the differences between these kinds of traders and that’s why I’m here today. There are a bunch of different things to consider so I’ll talk about them, as well as continually talk about high-profile trader Timothy Sykes and his variety of programs to provide you with some examples. 

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When you’re thinking about starting up trading, there are a number of different things to consider and all of them are pretty close in terms of importance. One of these will be who you’re actually going to try and learn from. It’s usually useless trying to teach yourself- you’ll end up getting stuck in a rut or else not being any meaningful progress as time passes by. You need to try and find a high quality trader who has a good quality program in place that suits you. Think of it like you’re a sports star; different players play better under different coaches so you need to find one who suits you. To do this, you need to consider a few things. First of all, how successful are they at trading themselves? The amount of money they currently own is also a good indicator- if they’ve lost a lot, it may suggest their method of trading isn’t sustainable. You also need to think about the price of their courses and whether you have the time available to complete it. 

Taking the trading tactics of your chosen mentor into account is also important. All traders have different tactics when it comes to trading itself and attracting new students to their programs and you need to check all these out when you first get involved. Some, for example, like to stick to the basics. They aren’t too focused on making anything look flashy and keep everything simple; they’ll tell you what you need to know, tell you why you need to know it and deliver their lessons in a quick, effective way. On the flip side of that coin, some traders prefer the flashier learning process. Timothy Sykes, for example, is well known for continually posting pictures of his luxurious lifestyle all over the internet. This is done in an effort to inspire his students and show them just how far they can go in life if they follow his methods and get really good at trading. It does tend to bring a bit of criticism but he doesn’t really care; he’s always made a lot of money from it and he even has a number of millionaire students to prove he’s a good teacher. 

Looking at the individual learning packages offered by traders is a handy way to go about it, too. Each mentor you look at will most likely offer more than one learning package and each will be based on students of differing commitment levels. If you’re just getting started and want to invest a little bit of your time and money, there will most likely be a pack for that containing learning documents, tutorial videos and other handy information. If you want to pay a little bit more then you could end up with more available; some live chatrooms and the ability to interact with your mentor one-on-one; this could prove invaluable. If you’re looking to go the whole way, there are programs like Timothy Sykes Millionaire Challenge available. This is where he offers up all of his help, all his documents and all his time to try and make his students as successful as him. It does costs a lot at $5000 and requires a completed application, but it’s proven to be successful in the past with a number of his students becoming millionaires. If this is the kind of level you want to be trading at, this kind of program is up there with the best for you. 

There are other things you need to think about when you start up trading, as well. For starters, you need to know how much you’re going to invest at the very beginning. I personally don’t believe it’s too wise to invest too much at this stage, especially if you’re just starting out. Your knowledge will be lacking (there’s no shame in that) and you’ll be more likely to lose your money. If you only invest a little, you can use this as a learning experience and can move on. However, if you spend too much you could be left with nothing and won’t have any more funds to invest. You need to make sure you’re careful with your investment amounts as these will provide the backbone of your trading career.
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