Since 2016, I have been working as a full-time Day Trader, making a living trading
the financial markets.
Trading is for me the ultimate freedom, and I would not change it for any other job!
To be a Day Trader is not comparable to anything else. It is a job in which you are constantly battling it out with some of the world’s best traders and only if you are
capable of outsmarting them, you’ll make money.
Even though I do have an academic background in finance and also worked in a
variety of firms, nothing could prepare me for life as a Day Trader.
Either the markets will swallow you up and spit you out, or you will gradually grow
as a trader and slowly become more robust. On a daily basis, you are putting at risk and must learn to tolerate losing along with winning. When paying your rent and your other expenses becomes dependent on how well you do in trading, you will also grow to be more robust in other areas of life. To this day, I am grateful for the journey that trading has put me on.
I just love my job – the studying of charts, the strategies, the excitement, the whole
thing! And, of course, I love winning in the long run, too!
The reason why I created the Live Trading Room is because I have repeatedly
witnessed the challenges that every new trader seems to encounter, and I have also been there myself. I have seen how the newcomers eventually blow up their
account because they never developed their trading. Therefore, my mission is to
make trading as cool an experience for others as it has been for me!
I find that the best way to learn this business is to observe how a successful trader
works, and then later go on to develop your own style of trading. This is why I
always share my screens so that you will be up-to-date with my actual trades and
my thoughts on the markets at that moment. Eventually you will be able to read the markets the way I do.
My free life:
Futures and forex trading contain substantial risk and are not for every investor. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. On average 81% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
An investor could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing one’s financial security or lifestyle. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not indicative of future results.
If you chose to follow the observations and analysis of the market I publish or the trades I do it is solely your choice and your responsibility. I do not hold responsibility for trades performed on behalf of this site, or on our Facebook- or Instagram page. All observations are possible outcomes and it is your choice whether you open a position or not. It is never possible for certain to predict the market’s reactions.