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A subreddit dedicated to the amateur investor; too broke for Wall Street or trading commissions. A community where new and experienced traders alike can learn, discuss, and share information regarding all aspects of the stock market including stocks, options, futures, and forex. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re already an experienced trader, we share a common dream. What are you gonna name YOUR yacht?
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FREE on Amazon right now - TRADING: 6 Books in 1: Day Trading, Forex, Futures, Options, Stock & Swing for Beginners 2020. Discover the Psychology of Investing & the Best Strategies to Increase your Income

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TRADING: 6 Books in 1: Day Trading, Forex, Futures, Options, Stock & Swing for Beginners 2020 Kindle Edition for Free

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What are the benefits to trading stocks as opposed to forex/futures/options?

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getting motivated about financial education

(not sure if this is the appropriate subreddit to post this)
I [29M] recently finished graduate school and have since been working and saving consistently, and paying off my student loans accordingly...until the COVID19 pandemic hit and I was laid off from work in March. During my time off, I stayed home and spent time with family and explored several hobbies. I was also able to collect unemployment, but the amount was severely reduced by the end of July. Luckily, my old job rehired me but at severely reduced hours (though they're gradually increasing every week).
I count my blessings because the facts that I was relatively financially responsible, lived at home, and had some family support, and got my old job back, the pandemic did not hit me as hard as compared to millions of other people and I'm in a position to pay off my student loans relatively soon. However, my position could have been a lot better. Instead of going through the motions, wondering what to do, and exploring my hobbies during my time off, I should have been more proactive with financial education. Based on general research and my peers, I only have a general idea of various terms such as stocks, index funds, forex, futures, options, mutual funds, 401k, IRA, Roth IRA, FBA (fulfillment by Amazon), drop shipping, IUL (index universal life insurance), etc. However, whenever I have down time, I'm not as inclined to actively seek more detailed information about these things myself. I revert to household chores, my hobbies, or just lounging. I know that just because all of those things are more comfortable and just because I'm no longer in a disciplined school environment, it's not an excuse to not be proactive. I do want to break the cycle, but I'm not sure how.
My questions are: How do I develop the motivation to develop a consistent routine to learn about the financial education aspects listed above and more? Where can I find the most trusted, coherent, reliable financial advice? I know there are many books and Youtube channels out there, but I don't want to chase down the wrong rabbit hole and get frustrated with information that's too technical or get my hopes up or bamboozled by information that's misleading. I want information that's practical and applicable to my daily life. I do want to reach the next milestones in my life (get married, buy a house, etc.) and perhaps financial education would accelerate me towards those goals. The last thing I need is a get rich quick scheme, but I do want to build wealth consistently for a stable financial future.
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Resource on FX future options

Hi all, I am looking for a good resource for forex future options. It seems difficult to find anything about it. So anything is greatly appreciated.
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I'm 14 and I've been trading stocks, options, futures, and forex for almost 4 years. How do I land a finance internship and where do I look? Should I wait a little bit longer?

Ever since I was in 7th grade, I started to learn about trading because of video game trading. I remember trading many in-game items and selling them to 6th graders for cash. Every night, I would stay up in the video-game item auction websites ( scrap.tf ) because there would be fewer bidders and, therefore more opportunities to snag some good deals. I didn't even play video games at that point, and I only liked trading video-game items. One evening my mother said, "If you like trading so much, you should learn about the stock market.". From then on, I was hooked. So every day after school, I would spend hours watching videos to not understand it, researching it, writing notes, and continuing to expand my knowledge. After about 1.5 years, I was quite knowledgeable and parents that I had given presentations to were very impressed (This was a middle school project where you would present on something you're interested in). Some parents couldn't understand a word I was saying. Near the end of 8th grade, my father wanted to give money to trade with (>$1000) and during the summer I had almost doubled his money. During freshman high school, I would go to the library and open my laptop and just trade. I made about $60-$200 a day and some days I lose money. Although since I managed my risk, my reward outweighed my risk. Trading is just as much, if not more as a mental game than a numbers game. During my freshman year, my father wanted me to manage his retirement fund, and by then, I knew how to read financial statements and do fundamental analysis very well. We are currently 30% up with me joining in January 2020. Although it was sad to find out my father had lost quite a bit of money in his account statement, but now his account is finally positive. Because of this, my mother now encourages me to "monitor" my father which is hilarious considering my age. When I grow up, I want to be a financial analyst or start a prop shop (a type of trading firm), go into real estate (another story for later), and achieve financial freedom. For now, I want to apply for internships to gain some work experience in finance and I have some unanswered questions.
- P.S Sorry for any grammar issues I may have missed. English class was never my strong suit.
Questions:
  1. What route should I take? Trade school? Finance or accounting in college?
  2. How do I get some finance-related internship as a high schooler?
    1. Is this even possible?
    2. Should I wait a little bit longer?
    3. Where do I look?
  3. What route should I take? Trade school? Finance or accounting or both in college?
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Are forex options & future options available on IBKR?

I could only find these to be available to trade on Saxo, but I'll be opening an account with IB, so just want to be sure.
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Brokerage w/ 4am-8pm trading + otc/futures/forex/options/etc

I know that brokerage questions get asked alot and I apologize if this has been answered before, but is TWS the only brokerage that offers this? TWS is way more robust of a platform than I need right now and their fees also seem pretty robust, so Id like to know if there are any other options before I switch.
A UI that doesn't look like it's straight out of the 90's would be a cool plus, but I think thats asking too much!
Thanks for any recommendations.
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I’m 14 and I’ve been trading stocks, options, futures, and forex for almost 4 years. How do I land a finance internship and where do I look? Should I wait a little bit longer?

I'm 14 and I've been trading stocks, options, futures, and forex for almost 4 years. How do I land a finance internship and where do I look? Should I wait a little bit longer?
Ever since I was in 7th grade, I started to learn about trading because of video game trading. I remember trading many in-game items and selling them to 6th graders for cash. Every night, I would stay up in the video-game item auction websites ( scrap.tf ) because there would be fewer bidders and, therefore more opportunities to snag some good deals. I didn't even play video games at that point, and I only liked trading video-game items. One evening my mother said, "If you like trading so much, you should learn about the stock market.". From then on, I was hooked. So every day after school, I would spend hours watching videos to not understand it, researching it, writing notes, and continuing to expand my knowledge. After about 1.5 years, I was quite knowledgeable and parents that I had given presentations to were very impressed (This was a middle school project where you would present on something you're interested in). Some parents couldn't understand a word I was saying. Near the end of 8th grade, my father wanted to give money to trade with (>$1000) and during the summer I had almost doubled his money. During freshman high school, I would go to the library and open my laptop and just trade. I made about $60-$200 a day and some days I lose money. Although since I managed my risk, my reward outweighed my risk. Trading is just as much, if not more as a mental game than a numbers game. During my freshman year, my father wanted me to manage his retirement fund, and by then, I knew how to read financial statements and do fundamental analysis very well. We are currently 30% up with me joining in January 2020. Although it was sad to find out my father had lost quite a bit of money in his account statement, but now his account is finally positive. Because of this, my mother now encourages me to "monitor" my father which is hilarious considering my age. When I grow up, I want to be a financial analyst or start a prop shop (a type of trading firm), go into real estate (another story for later), and achieve financial freedom. For now, I want to apply for internships to gain some work experience in finance and I have some unanswered questions.
- P.S Sorry for any grammar issues I may have missed. English class was never my strong suit.
Questions:
  1. What route should I take? Trade school? Finance or accounting in college?
  2. How do I get some finance-related internship as a high schooler?
    1. Is this even possible?
    2. Should I wait a little bit longer?
    3. Where do I look?
  3. What route should I take? Trade school? Finance or accounting or both in college?
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How to remove options/futures/Forex from the app?

I use Thinkorswim for Stock positions only. How can I remove options/futures/Forex to declutter the app?
Thanks
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If I have Standard Cash options trading and am approved for margin, can I do futures and forex trading?

Basically what the title says.
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Been messing around with options and forex for a while now, made some profits but never made any significant amount of money from it. Heard about futures and was wondering if the futures market is better and where could I find some good info to learn more about getting started?

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Stocks vs Options vs Forex vs Futures to develop an algo

Guys, this post is kinda long, so if you want to jump to my question just skip the first 5 paragraphs.
I have been trying to develop algos to make money on the stock market. Some have shown huge gains, only to be f'd by the bid ask spread afterwards.
In addition, it is complicated to obtain bid ask data for free. What I did was to use present values of the bid ask (from yfinance) and assume they were always like that. Additionally, I had to use only daily prices (open, close, low, high) and assume I would make an action exactly at open or close.
I had some algos who worked OK under these simplifications. But I don't trust them. For instance, at open the bid ask spread is higher. Also, the assumption of the constant bid ask spread may be very wrong.
I have thought about buying historical data. I found historical data of the Russell 3000, by 30 mins, with the bid ask, since 2009, for 500 dollars. And have thought about buying it. But I am still unsure whether I should buy it. First I want to try other things.
I have started to think about learning other types of trading types, such as futures, options or forex. They may have different pros and cons. And maybe better data (for free).
So the aim of this post is to know which trading would you recommend and/or what are the pros and cons from each.
Which one can give the highest returns with algos?
Which one has more free data available? For example: the data by minute, or the bid ask. (forex maybe?)
Which one would I have not to worry so much about the bid ask spread? Small bid ask
Which one has more data? I will assume stocks, since forex does not have that many exchanges compared to the number of stocks.
And more important, which one do you recommend from personal use?
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Stock, Options, Forex, Futures trading

I have been actively involved in the stock market (CALLS, PUTS, IRON CONDORS, VERTICAL SPREADS, BACK RATIO SPREADS, FUTURES, & FOREX) for over 8 years and decided to utilize my knowledge and experience to help others. Show some love by following my Twitter: https://twitter.com/CashMindS3T and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cashminds3t/
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Options, Equity, Futures, Forex

We have been actively involved in the stock market (CALLS, PUTS, IRON CONDORS, VERTICAL SPREADS, BACK RATIO SPREADS, FUTURES, & FOREX) for over 8 years and decided to utilize our knowledge and experience to help others. Show some love by following my Twitter: https://twitter.com/CashMindS3T and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cashminds3t/
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What are the most unregulated forms of investing? I know forex is pretty unregulated, but does anything top forex? I don’t know much about options or futures, but I assume options are pretty regulated, am I wrong? I feel like futures would be pretty unregulated, but I’m honestly just guessing here

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GreenTradez has been created

Interested in discussions around, stocks, forex, futures, options, and crypto. Daytrading or swingtrading this is for you!
Building a community of good traders!
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How to do Futures, Options, Forex?

Okay so this may be a super dumb ass question but I am a pretty basic investor.
I buy banks and big companies at prices I think are good and I enjoy dividends and then sell at a point I feel is good lol
I am always fascinated with options, futures, and the forex cause we always hear about that mythical realm hah
So how does one see and participate in that?
I just have a standard self directed brokerage account were I put in a symbol, say what price I wanna buy it at and how much and get charged a comission and then it's in my account and shows me ups and downs and my dividends go into my cash part.
Hah that is the knowledge I am starting at. Please enlighten me great masters from there.
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How to do Futures, Options, Forex?

Okay so this may be a super dumb ass question but I am a pretty basic investor.
I buy banks and big companies at prices I think are good and I enjoy dividends and then sell at a point I feel is good lol
I am always fascinated with options, futures, and the forex cause we always hear about that mythical realm hah
So how does one see and participate in that?
I just have a standard self directed brokerage account were I put in a symbol, say what price I wanna buy it at and how much and get charged a comission and then it's in my account and shows me ups and downs and my dividends go into my cash part.
Hah that is the knowledge I am starting at. Please enlighten me great masters from there.
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What should you know about the Quantower in 10 facts?

What should you know about the Quantower in 10 facts?
We strive to be as short as possible in this article. More detailed information you can find on Quantower official website. Ok, let’s start:
  1. Quantower is not a Broker, it is — neutral application.
  2. Quantower is for market analysis, order management and trading automation
  3. Quantower works on Windows Desktop (Mac OS or Linux via Win emulators)
  4. Quantower connects to various brokers, exchanges & Data feeds (16 for now)
  5. Quantower has the timeless Free version & Paid functionalities
  6. Quantower was made for trading Crypto, Forex, Futures, Options & Stocks
  7. Quantower has an API
  8. Quantower supports automated-trading
  9. Quantower has modern & beautiful interface
  10. Quantower allows to set up your trading environment as you wish
Here are some screenshots for inspiration:

Default Forex environment

Various chart types

More interface
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Best exchange for Crypto, Stocks, Forex, Indices, ETF's, Options, Futures etc

Hi guys, Im having a difficult time deciding on an exchange (I live in the US) that allows these markets while having the lowest fees. I don't want to just jump in to the only one I can find (EToro) which seemingly does have what I need, but I thought I would poke my head in here first to see if anyone has any knowledge on the matter.
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Best Stock Market Training Institute in Kolkata | Faridabad

Dhanashri Trading Academy is incorporated to provide right education to students about stock market courses, commodity, Forex, Future Options and share market courses. There is surplus of institutes in the industry but most of them are limited to providing bookish knowledge to students rather than practical exposure.
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