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    So, to start this off. I'm a day trader. A Analyst, I read charts, give recommendations and guidance. A gambler, by nature. My grandfather was a bookie, I chose to take the money when he died. My baseball cards are worth $250,000. I have a Shoeless joe Cracker jack card.

    My point is this: The Euro's are going to hit a Recession, they lend money on a negative percentage. Try it. Letting others in your country does not help. Gold fueled the last Market rally, then stocks took over. You may want to look into trading Commodities, Yes. Learn how, everyone with over 150k in the Market should know how to and what a Recession does to a country. I teach people to trade Options on Commodities.

    First Thing To Know: You have to be a Day Trader to be able to buy and sell The S&P and The Dow. It's not that hard. You eventually get a feel for the Market and you buy Puts and Calls. When you decide to buy? Bad news makes money, Yes! You need to devote time into it to make money. Learn what a put and a Call is. Example: 3/11. I wake up with a game plan. Market fell 225 points, you go in a buy 5 out of the money Puts @ 1500 or $7500 and then cover your ass and buy 2 Calls @ $1000 each. Total Investment is $9500. The Market falls another 4%. The Puts are now worth $5000 each or $25,000. You Sell. Your Calls are worth $200 each.

    Go to a Seminar and listen to Bullshit, The guys worth 100 million and is willing to go around the country to give you his opinion or strategy, all Bullshit. Stop it. Do the top guys from Goldman Sachs, go on to Fox Business and give you direction, Hell no, they do not waste their time. Learn what you want to do in the markets.

    I will help anyone who is willing to learn. I want people to make money. Ask any question you need. I will try to help. TY
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    Could you give me a little bit more information of how you manage exposure to risk, operational risk, credit risk and market risk, exchange risk, shape risk, volatility risk, liquidity risk, inflation risk, business risk, legal risk, sector risk and delta, vega, theta, gamma, and rho and how you manage derivative of the options pricing model.
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    Hi JdpII , I’m willingly to learn. Please teach me. Thank you
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    At this point in time, It's all risk. I read charts, I study the markets. Were heading into a financial crunch. Bonds? As you know, Options have limited risk. Be willing to risk all of it. These are uncertain times. I think predictable. I do not handle other peoples money, no risk there.

    What we know: We are going into a Financial crunch for sure. Now you need to figure it out. How? All investors are different. Go back to the basics. Your risk, theta, gamma all go to people who over think things. One trade at a time, 10% of every 100k. This market needs to settle before you can start to predict any numbers. Unlike the guys from the Hilton Seminars, telling you how, I'm not going to get technical, not in this market. It's all risk.

    How I mange exposure to risk? Easy. It's all risk. Have a game plan and be willing to lose and be willing to win. Just like gambling, $100 per game, all games. Educated guess using the info you know and have. I'm thinking this didn't help much.
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    What do you want to know?
    Never hold anything over night, not in this market. Buy at the close and hope like hell your right. Trade what we need Commodities. You need to eat and so does the rest of the world. Less cheating. have a game plan.

    Market drops 2150 points? I'm not going to give you complicated math for reasons on why I like a position. I will tell you how much I would risk. Position in and a position out. Stops if you need them. I will never say to invest more than 10% of your cash. If you have 1 million, than risk 50k and be ready with stops and be willing to lose.

    Ask any question you like, throw the technical shit away. Keep it simple.
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