When choosing a Stock to trade, position size is important. This is taught in both our book, Provident Investing and in the study course. These are offered in the Products Link at the top menu of each page and post.
I have to credit you with having written an outstanding introductory guide to trading. I think any new trader would be very interested in reading and studying your book. I must also compliment you on your writing style. It is extremely easy to read and flows very coherently with each chapter building logically on the Continue Reading
Full time trader
This book is amazing, in my business an essential. Can I get 6 more copies?
If you want to learn about indicators and technical analysis, so that you can understand some of the language of investing, then this book is a good place to start.
Van K. Tharp, Ph.D. Author of Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom, Trading Beyond the Matrix, and The Definitive Guide to Position Sizing Strategies.
Bob, I took your class through Community Education over a year ago, and your information was some of the most useful and actionable knowledge I’ve come upon in the many years of trying to win this stock game more than I lose it. Thanks for sharing what you know. Brent
Mr. Robertson offered his beginning investing course at a community college. It is now a hobby to work at, and I understand the potential: protection is the key to limiting loss and letting wins run. They say to keep sharp, older people need to learn something new. I’ve chosen this. Thanks!
“I had a chance to quickly flip thru the pages. It has a nice content for the beginners and gives them all around view. I will give it to my son for reading.”
Bob, years ago you told me that trading is not like a trip to Vegas where you ‘pays your money and takes your chances’. You simply said any new medium takes some measure of education and mentoring and you used plumbing as an example. I bought your materials. I put Freestockcharts.com on favorite places Continue Reading
I used to spend evenings playing several games to unwind. I was part of a community online that became virtual friends. Fun! I switched gears after stumbling onto your site, and have given up games but have made paper trading a game- seeing if I could gain more than I lost. I get it!!! I Continue Reading