New To Trading?
A Landry List For Getting Started
First and foremost, take your time! The markets will always be there. Youíll only be smarter in the future. You will make mistakes but youíll make less mistakes with experience. Therefore, paper trade at first (but make sure you read what I wrote on paper trading in Layman's) and then trade at a very small size until you gain experience. Hereís how to get started:
Not Free But Awesome:
The Laymanís Guide To Trading Stocks. Of course Iím biased but the book
truly does contain a plethora of knowledge.
Free: Watch and read everything under Education.
Free: Watch my Youtube videos. Click here to watch them/subscribe to my channel.
Get your charts set up.
I use Telecharts for all of my US work and
Metastock for my international work. Use these links
Free: Once you get them setup, contact me for my exact scans
Free: Come to the
free weekly webcasts and ask questions.
See announcements on the home page
for the next show time.
See announcements on the home page for the next show time.
Not Free But Cheap: Watch the archives from the webcasts. Get them all on a thumb drive for cost savings and convenience.
Not Free, Not Cheap, But Worth It: Sign up for my trading service. Compare your daily homework to mine.
Free (to get started): Dave's company is an affiliate of Interactive Brokers. Click here to open an account.
Free: Iím here. I answer all emails. Obviously, Service members are given precedence but all emails will be answered either directly or addressed in the weekly webcasts. I only ask that you read Layman's first since many of the answers can be found in there.
Email Dave for more information.
All commentary provided on this site is provided for educational purposes only. David Landry may hold positions in the stocks or industries discussed here. This information is NOT a recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell any securities. There is a risk of loss in trading. Past returns are not indicative of future returns.
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