Interview With My 2 Newest Six-Figure Students

Interview With My 2 Newest Six-Figure Students

– So this interview is gonna be so useful, I have two students, who
have just made six figures, and they’re in their 20s,
learn from their experience. (dramatic music) What’s up, Tim Sykes here, with two amazing, young individuals. We got Dom. We got Jack. Thank you for joining me. – Thanks for having us. – Thanks for having us. – No, thank you guys
for sharing, your story. I mean, this is pretty freaking amazing. You guys should get inspired,
but also, get scared. (giggles) Okay, I’m gonna give you
that little disclaimer ’cause you don’t really know
what they’ve been through, to become successful and what they’re gonna continue, hopefully to do, to be
even more successful. Let’s start with you first,
tell us your story, Dom. – So I’m 24 years old. I was goin’ the traditional route, was in my fourth, my
senior year at college. I was a finance major and
I didn’t really want to do anything in the business finance world. I just was trying to get through school and wait for my big idea to
figure out something to do, start a business, sell a product. And I was kinda– – You weren’t feeling it. You weren’t liking it. – No, I was not coming up with any ideas and I was doing some homework, and I stumbled upon a video
of Tim Sykes on Steve Harvey and it was all about how to
get rich trading penny stocks. I didn’t even know anything
about the stock market or what penny stocks were and I just kinda got hooked from there and just started thinking
this is my way out. This is how I’m gonna get rich without getting a normal nine to five. So, I convinced my dad to
pay for the challenge course. So, I joined that in
the beginning of 2017. – What did your parents think? Were they like, “What is
this? What is this thing?” – My dad researched it, for like a month. We both read the book.
The hedge fund book. – Yeah. – He believed in it
enough to give me a shot, and knew that I would put in the work, to make it work. So, my mom didn’t really
know anything about it. She is more of a believer in
the stability of a normal job. I just knew that was
never going to be for me. So, I started grinding
at the beginning of 2017, lost consistently for 10 months, till the end of October of 2017, and turned it around in November, 2017. I’ve been profitable ever since. – How much are you up to now in profit’s? – Almost 200,000. – $200,000 in what, under two years. – Yeah. – Roughly. – Yep. – How did you turn it around? ‘Cause a lot of people
are in this situation, first month, two months, three months, six months, nine months, like (mumbles) took nine months. What happened in month ten? Or month 11? – I think, in month 10
was my worst month ever. I started off losing little
and little and little. And then for the three months leading up to the final big red month was like break even or positive just a little bit. So I was starting to think, I’m gettin’ this. I’m right on the edge
of getting successful. Like I’m gonna do this now. And then in October 2017, I just had my worst month ever. Like way worse than any other month I had. – And how much did you lose? – 1600. And my normal lose a month
was like 50 or 100 dollars. And my winning month
was 50 or 100 dollars. – Yeah. – But I was like, kinda stopped the bleeding
so I was really excited. And for that to happen, it was pretty much just a blood bath all month. Just pretty much everyday red. And now I think that’s a point where a lot of people think “it’s time to throw in
the towel and quit”. But the very next month I
think I just got sick of it. I got sick of losing and I said I’m not going
to do the stupid things I’ve done that’ve gotten me to this point. So the only way to move forward from here is to eliminate everything
I’m doing wrong. Just do the only things I’m doing right. And lo and behold things
started to work out. – And how much did you make
in like month 11, month 12? – I made like three grand
in November of 2017. Then like eight grand in December and then 20 grand in January. – Damn! So it took you having your worst month to really crystallize like I don’t want this feeling anymore. Let me change that once and for all. – Yeah. – So the small losses,
small losses, small losses, and you’re like, “Okay, this is annoying,” but you didn’t have enough pain (giggles) to be like, “Let me change.” Then when you had the pain, so sometimes this is what’s so confusing sometimes you have to
take one step backwards. Not because you want to, like, “Oh, let me just lose big,” you didn’t want to. But you recognize, “Okay, I’m losing big, “now let me not do that.” So you take one step backwards and then you go like 20 steps forward. – No, for sure. It’s just like, I got
to that breaking point. And it was like, all the break even and little losses, they didn’t hurt as much. But when that happened it was like big changes need to happen now, because this can’t happen anymore. You’re running out of money, your mental cap is getting drained. I’m also going through my life and I don’t have a real job (giggles) no money is coming in like things gotta change. – What did your– Did your friends and family were they like month seven, month eight, like what are you doing dude? – As it dragged on, and all my friends and everyone my age had jobs. It was starting to get a little– (laughter) starting to feel the pressure. And the only one who really believed in my was my dad. Now he tells me back then he was starting to get worried. (laughter) but he wasn’t telling me back then. – Yeah. – And just how much did you lose today? Was a normal comment
from my family and stuff. – Oh my god. – That gets to you eventually. You know when you turn it around you’ll be able to – Laugh in their face. – Show those people up and– – Yeah. – Yeah. – And now how much you’ve been making 20,000 in a month? What’s your biggest month so far now? – 77,000. – 77,000 in one month. – (mumbles) February, and then 5,000 in fees so like 70 grand. – That’s crazy. And then how did you two meet? What was your story? – Um, I started in 2017. I jumped right into the challenge. I was kinda just looking for something because I didn’t go to college. And I kinda wanted to
do something on my own, because I never really liked bosses and I was doing a valet job. And I didn’t really like my bosses. I was just saving up my money and I kinda found something, and stocks interested me because I was good at video games, I was good at sports. – Yeah. – But I sucked at school. – (mumbles) – Sucked at writing, suck at spelling suck at all that kinda stuff. – Cool. – And I just joined the challenge in 2017 ’cause I immediately saw DRYS, that chart for from five to 100. – Yeah. – And then I watched live ETRM my first month of trading. – Woo! Woo! – So I was like wow, there’s
so much opportunity here. – How’d you find me first of all? – My friend at the gym was like “I’m starting to learn trading penny stocks”. ‘Cause I told him that my goal in 2017 was to get invested, and
invest in some stocks. – Yeah. – And literally January 3rd, 2017 I ran into this kid at the gym and he was like “I’m learning stocks too. Like Tim Sykes, he’s
teaching me how to trade penny stocks.” and that night I went home and I googled your name. – Crazy. – I just was so interested
by all of this volatility I was like “this is it. 100%”. I convinced my parents to
split the challenge with me. – Nice. – And I just went in from there I was all in 2017. Was just studying the entire year. Watching– – So you didn’t trade? – No I didn’t trade. I had 3K E-trade account, – Yeah. – and 7K ThinkorSwim account. – Okay. – And I think I lose 500 on both accounts so I was like okay, why am I gonna trade
and just lose my money. I’d rather work, save up and get out of the PDT. And paper trade, just to like kinda test things out and see how things work. – Yeah. – And test my emotions. – So you just have to study first. – You just gotta study, and that entire year, I would just be working. I would literally have headphones in. I wouldn’t even talk to my coworkers I would just be running
like video lessons. Just listening– – Oh my god, I love it. – Thinking about trading and everything. – As you’re a valet? – As I’m valeting, like driving the cars, I’m like have headphones in and just listening. – Don’t drive and watch video lessons. – I was just listening. – Earbuds I think are okay. – Yeah. – Is that okay? Is that good advice? I don’t know. – I think that’s illegal. – I feel like that’s still dangerous. ‘Cause you’re like
concentrating on the lesson and you’re driving. Be careful when driving and studying! – I was more concentrated on learning. – I guess you’re just in
the parking lot, though. – Yeah, you just kinda back the cars in. – So you’re not like, yeah– – You don’t really go on the
street and like have to make– – I mean a freaking like a
TESLA auto driver could do that. – Yeah. – Like just push the button. Did you try those? Have you tried that? – Yeah I’ve drove TESLA’s, they’re cool. – They’re pretty cool. But like where you press it and then like– – I didn’t do the autopilot,
I didn’t really know how to do that. – So you’d been studying for how long? – The entire year of 2017 I studied. – Okay, and then what happened? – And then, at the end– I didn’t really know like what I wanted to do. But then at the end of 2017, I saw Michael Hudson he was trading– – Huddie. – all those OTC short set ups. – We’ll post a link of Huddie’s interview just below this too by the way. Sorry to interrupt. – He was kinda the first one who I saw who kinda went through his process fully and I saw him shorting all these stocks. So I was like “Okay, so I
need to open a CenterPoint account because he’s
shorting all these stocks” so I was working throughout the whole year and I saved up 30 grand. – Oh nice! – And then in 2018 I opened my account. Like January 11th or something. But it was the day after Jeff Sessions came out, and all the weed stocks crashed. – Yeah. – Because I was pissed, because I was waiting to get approved to be able to short all those stocks, – Yeah. – And going on a huge run, missed it by a day. – Aww, man. – And then started trading and off the bat I was
honestly pretty profitable. I would make like one
to two grand per month. And I never really, I’d lose a little bit here and there. But then I made some money– – You were still valeting? You were doing both? – Still valeting, still valeting. – Okay. – Yeah definitely. – How did you manage valeting and trading? Did you valet at night? – Valet at night, trading in the morning. – Gotcha, cool. All right keep going, sorry. – And then, where were we here. So– – You’re making more than 2K. – Yeah, then May came and I got into a short
position on Turtle Beach. – Yes. – And that kinda went downhill because I started shorting it right at the open and I was literally risking
$300 on my position. And then it spiked through and I didn’t have time to cover and I was down like 700. And I was like “Nah, I’m just gonna add and hope like it fades back off”. Because I was still
shorting into resistance from the last day and then it just kept going from 10 to 19. And by like 13 or 14 bucks I was all in. And then it went to 19
and I was literally down 10 grand, and like– – That was the first week we started messaging with each other. – Yeah. – And he like went off completely radio silence after the morning. I was like “Please tell me you covered”. And we was like, “Nope.” – What was your mindset? You know rule number one is cut losses quickly. You know that! You’ve been studying my stuff. – Yeah I knew, I was just in such a bad spot but I just couldn’t do it. Like I didn’t have
control over my emotions but now, since I went through that and I felt like that I never will go through that ever again. I will never put myself in position to lose that big ever again. I get so scared, when
positions go against me. I get so eager to cut. – I start sweating. – Yeah. – I have like a biological response. I’m like wait a minute. I shouldn’t be in this position. That’s how crazy it is. – When I see, like either when I’m long and I see all the prints hitting the bid and it’s all red, I’m like,
“Oh, I need to get out.” Or if it’s green and it starts swiping, I cover into that. – So again, it took your
biggest loss to scare you and you go that emotional education. – Yeah. – And now you can’t do it. So those of you guys, who have big losses recognize that that can
be your turning point. And don’t just go out
and have like a big loss like “Oh I need this big
loss to turn it around”. You don’t. – You have to learn from us, so you don’t have to do it. Like it’s not worth it. You always have to cut
your losses quickly. Never add to a loser. Those are rule number one and if you can’t follow that. You’re not gonna be able to be profitable. – So what happened after
you’re down 10 grand? Did you take the 10 grand loss? – Well I was up by my account so I didn’t lose 10 grand, no. I held through until it pulled back at 15. – Bad lesson. – But I was talking to like, but I messaged Tim Grittani, I’m in a terrible spot here, I don’t know how to get
out of this position. My account’s all in, from 1250. Stocks at 17, I don’t know what to do. He was like, “Okay, well
if it goes over this, “if it goes over high a
day, you have to cover “and take the 10 grand loss”. But thankfully, it pulled
and I covered around 15 and I lost 7,000, 7,500. And that was basically
all my profit’s I made through the entire year. So here I am. – So you’re back to start. – Here I am. – Back to square one. – Yup. Back to square one. – After how long? Like a year? – No this was in May, so about halfway through the year. – Okay. And then I was just like All right, I need some time off, I’m gonna keep working, I’m gonna keep studying. This is when I started talking to him and I kinda just watched his trading style and I liked it, because it
seemed a lot less risky. I felt like you have
to learn how to go long and trade OTC’s before you
can trade listed stocks because listed stocks are so much harder. – True. So you guys message each other on like Profitly? You like slide into like his messages? – Yeah I was like, “Oh dude,
your profit charts nice.” (laughing) And then we just started talking. – What did you think, when
he started messaging you? – Um, I don’t know. I was terrible at
networking at the beginning. It was kinda new to me,
talking to people about trade. But after we talked for a little while I was really understanding that he was putting in
just as much work as I was. Doing all the YouTube mentorship stuff, the Value Tamming, Gary Vaynerchuck all this extra stuff that you want to be successful in life. And those are the type of
people I like to talk to now. That are doing all the extra stuff to get better at everything in their life. So we started talking pretty much everyday and that’s when he took his break. Like a three month break
through the summer. He came out at the end of summer and did two weeks with me in Michigan, just to learn my process in person. – Hm. – And that was when– – You just invited a random
stranger into your house? – Yeah. We talked enough I was hoping’ he wasn’t a creep. (laughter) – Yeah he didn’t see a picture of me because on my Profitly, I just have that picture
of that caricature . – FYI do not just invited
just anybody into your home. You guys got lucky, that
you’re good friends now and it’s workin’ out. This will not happen the
majority of the time. Disclaimer, disclaimer, disclaimer. I don’t want it like
“oh I watched this video so I invited this guy into my house. And my two kids are kidnapped” like you could just see that happening. Most people are not good people out there. So you guys got lucky. – Yeah. – So what happened, so you’re down, you take some months off– – So now I have, I’m living a little bit, I’m still working I have 29,000. – You made some good money as a valet. – Yeah I mean I was as
making like 10 or 15 an hour and 10 bucks, and I would
just work so many hours. – Yeah, of course. – Just keep working it and add it up. But um, after that I went
out and I saw him in August and that’s when I started trading. And that’s when CVSI was running. – Yes. – And we did so much preparation we were watching Panic Dip Buys video lessons of CVS of Fanny May and all those panics. – Yeah. – And the next day, CVSI had that panic from nine to four – Yeah it was beautiful. – and we both screwed it up. – I started buying at like six. – And we were so mad– – But it happens, that’s okay. Practice makes perfect. – It was like too much preparation and I was like way too nervous – Yeah. – To make the trade. – Yeah you can say that. It’s like, you see it there. You know it. But actually executing the order it’s like analysis paralysis, right? – Yeah. – It’s like you overanalyze it,
so I like that you prepared. – (mumbles) happened with
Champ then we nailed it, so that’s okay. – But it’s okay, so and this is the thing. You’re not always gonna get it on your first try. Maybe not even your second or third try. But if you see the pattern work again and again and again and you recognize it so like the stock bounced perfectly, CVSI. I remember that. – It bounced like a dollar a share. – Like a dollar 50. – Perfect, I remember those. I remember seeing the bid start stacking. I remember the exact number. It was 525 by 526. And that’s like was the turning point – (mumbles). – and then it bounced up a dollar a share. – (mumbles) 75. – Yup. It was immediate 50 cent bounce, and then it kept going
for another 50 cents. – But it’s okay. And you see that’s the thing. It’s not just about how much you profit. Like how much did you lose? When you were wrong? – Like a thousand I think. – So you lost a thousand,
but you guys both witnessed it real time. – Hm. – And so you can remember that. Like for me, I would say that’s good. Like whether you made 1,000 or lost 1,000 it doesn’t matter. You’re up over $200,000 now, right? So that trade doesn’t matter. But that education is priceless. And if you can say “Hey, I’m gonna pay $1,000 for
a priceless education.” that’s a good– I’d hand out a $1,000 every time! Right? And that’s the way you
kinda have to look at it. Many of you guys, get discouraged when you miss a play or if you lose on a play. You’re like, “It was there!” The fact that, you’re there. The fact that you’re watching it. The sad thing is most people don’t know what to watch. Right? – Hm. – So you watched it, did you screw it up too? – I screwed it up yeah. I didn’t end up buy it early. I just missed a turn
because I wasn’t sure. And I was panicking so hard, I was trying to buy 2,000 shares of it. I knew that if it slipped, maybe I’d lose another 50 cents a share. – Were you guys messaging each other when this happened? Or you saw him– – No, no, no. – He was in person, that was when– – That was when I came out to visit him. – Oh okay, oh yeah, in person. – Which was awesome because– – So you saw him screw it up and he’s sitting there and he’s like “Ahh!” – I was. ‘Cause I was done a huge on (mumbles) ’cause I couldn’t get out – Yeah. – in the panic. So I had to wait to play it basically damage control on the bounce as if I was playing it. – Bad lesson! – I didn’t have a big enough account to actually buy the actual dips. – Yeah. – So I was just waiting for
it to get up high enough to look for the turn up there. – Yeah. – To get out for a smaller loss. – Yeah. – But that’s was a frustrating– – So you saw him screw it up and then you’re like “I don’t wanna do anything.” – Yeah I was just kinda scared to pull the trigger. Because if I as wrong I didn’t wanna lose money. – But you witnessed it. – I witnessed it. – And that’s the biggest thing. Being there and witnessing it, and learning from it and whether you’re early or late or you don’t trade it
or you have small profit and you could’ve taken a bigger profit. It’s all part of your education. – Mm-hm. – So what happened after this? – So what happened after this was awesome. I went home, and in September that’s when the weed stocks were running and I literally made exactly
$500 a day every day. It was like 600 and then it was like 400. And my weeks were like
2,600, 2,400, 2,500, 2,500. And it added up to like $10,000. – On the month. – Yeah $10,000– – Crazy. – And it was so consistent. I was like “Wow, I can really do this.” – Yeah. – And then from there, the next month I made 10 grand. – We’re bid buying Panics,
or buying breakouts, or first green days? – I was buying breakouts, I was playing his OT swizzle setup. I was doing– – The whole framework. – The whole framework basically. I was just trading the OTC’s– – How crazy is that, that the framework works? – The frameworks is the best pattern. I love the framework. – We’re gonna post a link
to the framework guide underneath this. We’ll give you a special offer, just to learn it. So you’re making 10 grand, and then what? – Next month, made 11 grand. – Yeah. – And then December and
November got kinda slow but I still made like 10 grand
between those two months. So then I ended the year and I was up 30 grand. – Are you still a valet at this point? – So in October, is when I decided to move out with him. Because when I went out in August we kinda made plans to get
an office and trade together. Because just like my friends and family didn’t really understand what I was doing. – Yeah of course. – And I wanted to be all in, focused on trading. The entire time. And I was doing whatever– I wanted to put in the most
amount of work that I could. – Yeah. – And I was just willing to move and just trade and just
focus solely on trade. – Again, Disclaimer. It’s not always gonna work out like this. If you just start trading
with another person most of the time, newbies leading newbies ends in disaster. Okay just to– – But Dom wasn’t a newbie. He was already up like 30 grand, yeah. – 40 grand– – Okay, but even if you meet somebody who’s up 30 or 40 grand. It’s so rare what you guys have. You guys are friends, you’re
trading, you’re learning. That’s good. But most of the time, I want you to take away from this that you learn— especially the big loss,
that really got you there. So then you moved out there and now you guys are learning? And now what happens? You’re up 30 grand? – Hm. So then, January comes, – So this was what? We’re filming this in July, so this was like six months ago? Seven months ago? – Yup. This was January 2019 and it was kinda slow to start off with. But then that Fanny May trade came – Yeah. – And me and Dom started buying at 190 with maybe a 187 stock. We had like a one or two penny stock. And the stock spiked like 80 cents. And we had so much size because we were just gonna cuff we were wrong. But it was a stock that– – Fanny May is very liquid too. – Yeah, it’s very liquid. So I could buy like 15,000 shares of it and have like a two cent
stop and risk 300 bucks. And then the stock went nuts and I made $7500 and
he made like 25 grand. – In a day. – Yeah. – In the morning. – In an hour. – In an hour. – How did that feel? Were you guys just sitting there? – I didn’t really know
what to think like– – It was an insane feeling. – Right? – I remember laying on the ground just like heart going nuts. Did that just happen? – Because our plan was
like okay the stock– – Four days away. – This stocks gonna be slow so we gotta swing it. And next thing you know the stocks spiking like 70 cents share. – So how did you know to take profit’s? – I wasn’t about to let a
20K profit go away (mumbles) or a 10K profit. – It’s all in strength,
you know what I mean? – Yeah. Is that your biggest profit? – We had to change, we had to change our plan. – Oh yeah, that was like triple. – Yeah I mean if you go
in with a swing trade idea but your goal is, you take it. You don’t need to risk it overnight. – No. – I do this sometimes where I’m buying stock lets
say at like 3:00 p.m. or 3:30 p.m. Eastern, but then it hit’s my goals like 3:50, 3:55 – You just gotta take it. You can’t be greedy. – Sometime I sell half if it’s not too overextended. – Yeah. – I’ll sell half and I’ll
be like, “Oh, let me see.” – Just lock a little in. – On TTCM the other day, like – Yeah. – I hit my goals and then I– – That was good. – Yeah. – That was good. – Played that one really well. – That was good and I
held it over the weekend. – Faded into the close. – But that was good right? That was a nice spike, but like if it’s too overextended. If the stock is up like 200, 300 or 500% I’m just like “All right,
too rich for my blood. “I’m out.” – Hm. – So what happened after your $25,000 day? And you made 7500? – Yup, and then from there it was just six weeks
of awesome OTC action. And I banked like 50 grand on trading stocks like AOYI, VYST – Ugh. – SHMP I made 20 grand on. Just going on, I couldn’t even short it. – So, SHMP I think for most traders in our niche this has been our
biggest winner this year. I made like five grand, because I’m trading with a small account. Grittani I think made 60 grand. Huddie made like 30 grand. Did you buy the breakout, or dip by the morning panic, or both? – Everything. I started buying the five cent breakout. Sold it at eight. Re-bought the 10 cent
breakout, sold it at 12. Re-bought the 34 cent breakout. Sold it at 50. – It went up to 90 cents, mind you. – It went up 90, yeah. – It was like what, two cents to 90 cents inside of
two weeks or three weeks. – Yeah. And then all the– – And then did you short it at all? Or no? – I didn’t have a short– – Because how do you short it? How do you short it, something at 90 and cover that debt? – I wish I could’ve shorted it. But now I have shorting brokers because now I’ve made money going long now I’ve proven that I can short now and you shouldn’t start off with shorting you should start off
with an E-Trade account going long, OTC’s – Shorting is scary. Longing is good. – Especially, when you’re a newbie. – 100%. Did you dip buy that SHMP morning panic? From 90 cents to 50 cents? – Three days in a row. Three days in a row. – I bought 40,000 at 50 cents. – Woo. – And I sold before you because like in two seconds I was already up 3500. – Dude, I saw. – I gotta get outta this quick. – I know, I was like and then it kept going. – It kept going but I didn’t care. – It bounced from what 50 to 70. – Yeah. – In like 10 minutes. Or like 20 minutes or something. That was a beautiful play. And mind you, if you guys don’t know
what we’re talking about. These were very, very, very liquid stocks. – Oh yeah. – Yeah. – It traded 100 million shares that day or roughly that amount. – Yeah. – And Fanny Mae trades
like 100 million shares. So you don’t just take size on any play. – Only the liquid ones. – You need the liquid ones, and you need the volatile ones. – Yeah, the high odds pattern. – (mumbles) this stock is down 3% I’m gonna do the morning dip buy. And I’m like, it’s not even panicking. – What’s like choppy? If it’s a red bar, then green bar, then red bar, then green bar like you need blood. Every single print has to be
panic, panic, panic, panic. – Max Panic. – Because that’s gonna be
the best bounce opportunity. – Max panic, you take out the stock losses it’s not due to bad news. It’s due to stock market, especially penny stocks inefficiencies. All right, so take me through. So how much are you up now? I lost track? – It actually was really cool because literally when February ended, I crossed $100,000. Right when it ended. So the last day of February was the day I crossed 100,000. – 100,000 in profit’s in basically what, four months, five months? – Six months. – Six months? – Yeah. – Whoa. That beats the valet. When did you quit valeting? – When I moved to Michigan. – Okay. – So, when I was making money
in September and October I was still doing my valet. – Yeah. – And– – But then what do your parents
and your friends think now? – Uh. – Do they know, or do you keep it quiet? – Um, I don’t really like to– – Should we blur out your face? – I don’t like to brag too much, I just like to stay humble. I just am trading, and I
want to keep getting better. – Yeah. – You know what I mean? I’m not really interested in being like, “Oh, I made 100,000,” like– – No, that’s the right mentality. – To my friends and my
family I just trade stocks. – And you’re trying to
stay humble too right? – Yeah, I was humbled in March. – Yeah. – When after my big hot shot February. – And you’ve had some big losses too. – Yeah, I guess not a huge loss it was a million paper cuts
added together on EMIS. And we sit here talking
about how good I am at long this was a short trade. Something that I don’t specialize in. – Yeah. – Got over-confident. Didn’t break any rules
’cause I cut my losses. I didn’t do anything, add
to a lose or anything. I just oversized on stock not
worthy of that kind of size. With a spread to why– – EMIS was not that liquid. – No. – If I remember correctly. – It was like 200,000 in one day, maybe. – Way too illiquid. – I was trying to take 10K. – Way too much.
– Yeah. – And the spreads already like 770 by 790. So when you take the trade
you’re already down two grand. – Yeah– – What were you trying to do? Why were you trying to, were you trying to talk him out of it? – I was thinking it was a pump, it was up like three or
four dollars a share. – I was yelling at him
for taking that much size but he already had taken a big loss by getting trapped on a fake red move so he said, “Okay, now I need to “use more size to make my money back.” And that kinda game you
just really can’t play. – No. – Yeah. – No, when you take a big loss, you get smaller, you don’t get bigger. That’s like revenge trading 101. So you’re thinking about like looking for like I don’t know a piece of wood somewhere and just hitting him over the head? You know cool to hang out. – Could’ve saved me some money. – Yeah, right? If he wakes up in the
hospital two weeks later and he’s like, “Thank you.” – Well, the problem was the month before I had gotten rewarded for
that behavior on KLMN a pump. – Yeah. – That ran from, two to like 11? – Yeah. – And I got in some
trouble on that one early. It got the skull and then it, I was sure– – Skull and cross bones? – And then it up and ran for
another two or three days? – Yeah. – So I had already taken 10 or 11,000 in losses on that. But on the day that it did actually crash I was there and I was right. So I netted like plus 11 or 12,000. So I had gotten rewarded– – So that was a bad lesson. – It was. – Bad lesson. – And this is the thing. – Some of you guys are making money using bad strategies. And it’s gonna catch up to you. You cannot just judge a strategy based on how much money you make. Because you’re taking excessive risks. – Yeah. – You keep playing with fire. Like I know a lot of people especially a lot of
short sellers these days are like “These stocks, “they always come down,
let me just short.” Yes, they do come down. But you can’t control
the risk in the meantime and you might blow up. – Yeah. – And you might have a lot
of fees in short selling. So right now I barely short sell, right? I like dip buying, I like
buying morning panics. I like buying breakouts. I like buying first green days. What do you think people should do, if they’re in a bad situation? Because both of you guys
have been in bad situations money-wise and trade-wise. Let’s say excessive watching this is in a bad trade right now. What would you do if
you’re in a bad trade? – Immediately close the position out and turn your screens off and walk away. – What would you do? – The same thing. I mean, thankfully, I never
went through a situation like you, because I would
just cut and accept it. My problem is I kept going back for more. – (giggles) Yeah. – But I would leave, if you’re trading like that or you know it’s a mistake. Get out of the trade and leave. Shut it off. Maybe leave for a week. Let the pain sink in, let it hit you emotionally. Time will heal that wound. – Yeah. – And you’ll forget about it. – Yeah. – And you just kinda
need to let that happen and come back with a fresh mind. – And this is what some of you guys message me like, “Okay, I didn’t know your rules. “I’m in this position. “What do I do, should I keep holding? “Maybe it’ll come back?” And for me, those losses is
not even about the money. It’s the mental repercussions. ‘Cause you’re in that loss, and it’s like a cancer. You need to cut that cancer out. – And you can’t trade– there’s gonna be another
setup right down the line. This setup is not worth it to risk your entire account. – No one trade matters enough – Never. – to risk your entire account. There’s always gonna be another trade. – Yup. – Whether it’s a long,
whether it’s a short, whether it’s CBD or bitcoin or some new technology. It might not be the next day. This is what I think
what people are afraid of because with penny stocks there’s not always a
perfect play everyday. Right? Like how often do you guys trade? – Too much. (laughing) – In February we were
trading like every day because there was a lot of plays. – There was a lot then. – But I’ve tried to tone
down my trading in the summer and basically just size down. If I can risk $5200 – Yeah. – to make $200 or $300,
then I’m happy with that. But in February there’s more plays, so you can risk two, three, 400 to make a couple of grand, three grand. – But this is trading. You can modulate. – Yeah. – You don’t have to buy
1,000 shares every time. If it’s a new strategy,
or if it’s a slow market you can buy 200 shares. – You gotta react to the market. – Instead of 1,000. It’s not black or white. And you don’t even have to trade. This is another thing. So if you have patience, for me I actually rather people under-trade than over-trade. You know? I think a lot of people are like, “Okay, I don’t know the patterns “let me try this, let me try this, “let me try this, let me try this.” – If you’re gonna do that paper trade, just to kinda see what you’re gonna do and how everything works. – You don’t get the emotional
education paper trading. – Yeah, true. – At least you still get
some practice though, seeing how fast these stocks move. – Yeah, definitely. – Are you surprised at
how fast this stuff moves? – What, in like listed land? – No, like all these stocks. ‘Cause were trading the most
volatile stocks on the market. – No, yeah, especially when you go
from like a bad kind at OTC to like right now, the last few months I spent diving into NASDAQ longs, to learn them more. And the tape is just so different. – Yeah, of course. – It’s all over the place. – I love OTC’s. Trust me, I’m very happy
with my TTCM and my RAFA. I know that they’re sketchier companies. I think all these
companies are gonna fail. By the way, notice we’re
talking about our gains with patterns and strategies. Not saying this is a good company, this is a bad company. All these companies suck. Okay, do you agree on that? – Yeah. – Yup. – Right? – I never even read the
fundamentals or anything. Like I’m basically just
trading the technicals. – Well if you just expect the worst you’re never disappointed. I know that’s cynical
way of looking at it. (laughing) – Yeah, that’s why I was so cynical towards the stocks. So I’m better at going long because I think that all the stocks are really bad so. When they start going
against me and I’m long, I can immediately cut, because I’m scared that they’re gonna go to zero. – That’s a good way to think. – But with short selling you’re like, “Oh no, this stock’s junk.” So you want to hold onto it. And that’s just a toxic mindset that will get you into trouble. – That’s actually a really good point. I’ve never heard that. That makes sense. So being cynical helps you on the long side,
because you’re so scared. But being cynical on the short side gives you too much confidence. – Yeah. – Because I can’t tell you
how many shorts are like “Oh this company has warrants, “it’s gonna go down”. And then it squeezes 300%. And they’re like, “But the warrants.” (laughing) “But the fundamentals.” DRYS when it went from five to 100 plus, one of the worst fundamentally
flawed companies in a while. – Yeah. – And yet it still went
up 20 times in a week. – Price action is key. – But it’s also short squeeze. – Yup. – So do you notice now,
right now mid-2019, versus like 2018 or like 2017, there’s a lot more squeezes? And the squeezes are bigger? That’s what I started seeing? Right? – Yeah. – You don’t just, especially before you
guys began, 2016, 15, 14, you would have stocks that
would go from one to four and then back down. So like four times your
money that would be max. But now you’re seeing stocks
go from like one to 10 or two to 20. Or what was it, PBT aged two to 70 plus. – That was crazy. – That’s crazy. – Yeah. – So shorting is very scary and if you’re cynical about fundamentals that actually makes you more aggressive as a short seller and increases your risk. So being a cynic as a
short seller is dangerous. – Exactly. – I don’t know, that’s what I think. Let me ask you one more
question before we go. What helped you the most
really learn everything? ‘Cause you guys both studied, we haven’t talked about your process. Talk about a little
bit about your process. Like what you’ve studied. ‘Cause you guys are in the challenge you have access to the DVDs, webinars, video lessons, what helped you the most
really crystallize everything? – So at the beginning
when I first started, I’ll be honest, I didn’t put in a quarter
of the amount of work that is needed to succeed. I really did think you
could follow some alerts, learn slowly and just start
making 100,000 a year. I quickly learned that’s not reality. So at the end of, at the beginning of 2017 I
had some health problems, so I had left college
then on my senior year and finished from home. So I was given basically an entire day to do what I wanted for
like every single day. So I started using it to my advantage. I said “Okay, I’m just gonna
put every hour of the day into trading and I’m gonna
see if I can make it work.” So I would literally start
every morning at like 7:00. And I would study DVD’s, video lessons, then prepare for the market open. Usually, end up trading
something and losing. And then middle of the day I would watch more DVD’s, more video lessons. And then after the close I
would go back and recap the day, create watch lists, look at charts, and then have an hour break. Eat dinner. (giggles) And then from like five or six to midnight I would just sit and watch
DVD, after DVD, after DVD. – Which is more useful? DVD’s or video lessons or webinars? – I think they’re all important because– – Right answer. – Video lessons kinda keep you up to date with current tickers and what’s going on now and strategies. DVDS give you basics of
what you need to know. – Yeah, it’s like stock market history. – But it gets to the point where it was overloaded information. And that’s kinda what led
to my bad month in October. At the beginning was, I started trying so many different things that it was impossible
to get any consistency because even if I was winning somewhere the 10 other places that I lost $10 on would still overcome that. – Overdiversification of strategies. – Yup. – That happens sometimes too. Most of my top students they focus on one or two good patterns. It’s okay to test, but you can’t just keep
doing like 10 strategies. I don’t understand how people take like this, I got this,
I got this, I got this and I’m like “I think one or two positions “like max at a time, I’m focused.” How about you? How many hours a day is that by the way? – Somewhere like 12, 15, 17 on some days. And it was everyday for 10 months. – 12, 15, 17 hours. Everyday for how long? – All of those 10 months. – For 10 months. – Every single day. – So do the math, that’s a lot of hours. – And I was just addicted, every time I got hit, I
would come back for more. Eventually you pay your
dues and it works out. – Did you gradually learn? Like when you’re watching a video lesson in month one, you don’t really know. But then month seven you’re like, “I’ve seen this pattern before.” – Oh, that’s exactly how it happens. I remember watching like trading tickers. I’ve seen it probably like 10 or 15 times. In its entirety. This is Tim Grittani’s guide click the link below. We’re gonna give you a special. – And every time I’d watch it, I’d go, “Whoa, I didn’t
catch that the first time. “Whoa, I didn’t catch that,” and just little golden pieces that – Yeah. – It’s like one sentence
but it can change everything about your trading. And if you continue to pull those from a bunch of different traders you’re eventually gonna, and then you can morph it into yourself, eventually you have enough there to go out and trade successfully. – Do you believe in like, I have this analogy, I say you have knowledge account
and a monetary account. You have to grow your knowledge account so that it tips over and spills
into your monetary account. – Oh, you do. There’s, it’s so front loaded. You need to learn so much before it’s impossible to start making money. Because you have to be so consistent in everything you do. And with how much psychology
and emotions go into it you need to have, it needs to be like
second language for you. Like all the basics that you need to know. – What do you think about some people where they’re like, “Tim, I wanna learn “but you have to prove yourself to me. “Gimme a pick, let me
make some money first “and then maybe I’ll study.” What do I say to those people? – Not worth it. – Right? – Crazy. – Do it yourself. – It’s flipped. You either wanna study, or you don’t. You don’t make money right
away to prove yourself. You have to prove it to
yourself after studying. And if you have any
doubts, just don’t do it. That’s why I wanna interview these guys because they made a few $100,000 but they also put in
so much time and effort and that’s what I need. Dedicated students. How many hours a day do you put in? Or have you put in? – All day. (giggles) I would just be thinking
about trading like all day. In 2017, when I found it, I was just so addicted to learning ’cause I saw all the potential. So I would just wake up, I would just be going
through stuff all day and I was just so interested to learn I can’t even tell you how many hours a day I’d be
studying and just listening. – That’s good, I mean– – Even when I’m not studying, I would just be thinking about stocks, you know what I mean? – We’ve heard this from Ducks, we’ve heard this from Roland. We hear this from Tim Grittani. – Yeah. – Like I know it sounds crazy ’cause people are like, “Yo okay, “you’ve done all this but you’ve only made “like 100 or 200,000.” But what people have to understand, you’ve built yourself a
base off which you can grow. The 100, $200,000, you keep this up you keep being patient waiting for the right place this will be a million, two
million, three million later on. And it happens quicker. The fact that you made, what’re you, you’re at 120,000? – I’m 122, yeah. – And you’re at 220? – It’s lower, it’s more
like 200 now after March. – So after one or two years you’re each in six figure territory. But later on, you’ve built
yourself a good base. It’s not just about the
money that you’ve made it’s the knowledge and
experience that you have. – That’s the process. – Yeah. – To get anywhere in this game, you have to actually love the process, not just the end result. If you’re in this for the money, it’s probably not gonna work. You have to come, show up to the market everyday and literally love what you’re doing. Even on the down days. Even when things are going good. You have to know that you’re
doing this ’cause you love it. If you do it because you love it, the money will just come with it. – How do you control
love versus addiction? Because this can be addictive. – Yeah, it’s a fine line. – Where it’s like, I love this game but I keep losing all my money. Trading is addictive. – I think no matter what,
you’re gonna be addicted. It’s learning how to– – Control the addiction? – Pull that back a
little bit and just say, like my problem with
adapting with the markets from February to March was that I was too addicted to
that market, that lifestyle. Showing up every day and
trading every single hour. Being in something
every minute of the day. And then when the market changed, me not realizing that and respecting that – You gotta modulate. – and not laying back. – Yeah. – Yeah, that’s when I
needed to take my trip. That’s when I need to pull back and get away from the market. And it’s a lesson that had to be learned. – And do you take time off from trading? – Yeah, I take time off. – What do you do on your time off? – Play video games. (giggles) – I was waiting for that. It’s okay. Literally any time off, where
you kinda get little balance, I like traveling. I like going to third world
countries and building schools. Whatever you like! Building video games, buying video games, making video games, playing video games, watching movies, whatever. – I just like talking to people too. I get enjoyment out of just like talking traders throughout the day and watching them go
through their process. That’s where I’ve gained
most of my knowledge. – I see that you’re very active
in the challenge chatroom. – Yeah, I love networking. I love talking to people because I think there is
an abundance of knowledge to be learned just watching
a profitable trader go through his process. You see what he’s doing good, you see what he’s doing bad, and just learn what he’s, try to copy what he’s doing good and don’t do what he’s doing bad. – Yeah. – And you take a little bit from everybody and then you can create your own self. – Well, that’s the thing,
we’re all a little different. So what works for you,
might not work for you, which might not work for me. But you take different things. Even though we trade
different stocks somewhat, and we trade differently a little bit, we still have rule number one, cutting losses quickly. Focusing on a pattern. When there’s no great plays you either modulate, and
tone down your position sizer or you don’t trade at all. All consistently profitable traders have very similar type things. And it’s counterintuitive too. This is what I find interesting. Do you find it difficult to kinda remember all these
counter intuitive rules? And utilize them? Because normally, addictive behavior you wanna trade, you wanna make money, you wanna feel good. But then if there’s no plays, you gotta be like, “No! “Get away, stop, don’t type the, ahh!” – That’s where discipline really comes in. It’s like you know you’re
doing something wrong when you’re breaking one of those rules. – Yeah. – And it’s still hard to
pull back and not do it. Or get out when you’ve decided, “No, I shouldn’t be in this trade”. Those rules are hard to learn because they’re almost common sense. – Yeah. – But you just have to get to the point where you understand over time if I follow these rules,
it will make me money. And it will give me the least
amount of damage over time. So you just have to know, when you’re just starting too when you break the curve to profitability you get to the point
where you just realize breaking the rules and doing dumb stuff leads to pain and losses. – Yeah. – So I just have to stop doing it. And once you get there it’s a lot easier. – How do you control your discipline? – So whenever I make a bad trade I get mentally fried and I just think, I think, I think. What did I do wrong? And I don’t like having that feeling. So usually, when I go into the day, I know if it’s gonna be a good or bad day based on my scanning the previous night seeing what stocks are setting up, the market environment. – Yeah. – If I do make an impulse trade, I’m gonna be a lot quicker to cut and I’m not gonna risk a lot of money. But trades that I’ve been
stalking for a long time those are my best trades. – Yeah. – When they really just come to you and you’re ready to go. Those are your best trades. But you just need to
stay away from all those impulse trades. And if you do get into one just cut it immediately and just move on. – Beautiful. – And just don’t back hold. – All right cool, last question. One tip for people watching this, let’s say they’re new. They don’t know what to do. What’s one thing that they could do to get smarter first? – I would go through your numbers. I would track hardcore at the beginning and I would figure out if there’s anywhere you’re profitable. And then try like a month experiment where you only trade that set up, or that strategy or that time of day. Cut out everything else that’s
losing money consistently. I think that’s the number
one thing for beginners. Especially me at the
beginning, when you’re not consistent, you’re everywhere. You’re trading pre-market,
you’re at the open, you’re trading list, it sucks. OTCs, you’re shorting, you’re longing. And you really can’t get
any information out of that. – It’s information overload. – And you’re never gonna get out of that. So the best way to do it is to go into your numbers, dissect what’s working, what’s not. Just stick to what’s working, cut out what’s not working even if it’s less fun. Or you trade less. And you’re not as addicted
and it’s as much excitement. Do that for a month and
just see what happens ’cause guarantee you’ll see an increase in your profit curve and you’ll, at the very
least, stop losing money at the rate you’re getting rid of it. – I’m glad you brought that up because successful trading is not fun. It’s actually more fun to try everything and you’re like, “Oh, I want action.” I wake up, “Oh I made
200, yeah I’m the man!” But that’s not like
real successful trading. That’s not gonna grow
your account tremendously because you’re gonna have the positives, you’re gonna have the small wins, you’re gonna have the small losses and you’re gonna be like, “Oh this is frustrating, this is a grind.” And then you’re in it everyday 8:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m. And you’re like, “Aw, this is a job.” And it’s like wait a minute. I got in this to get away from a job. And it’s a like frustrating. And you’re like, “Oh, this
is trading, it’s a grind.” But that doesn’t have to be
your life if you simplify. Have you read that book? What is that book? The Japanese art of
decluttering and simplifying. Have you read that? – Like Tidying up or something? – Yeah, yeah, yeah,
tidying up and simplifying. It’s like– – I haven’t read it, I have it though. – But that’s basically
what you have to do. You have to tidy up, get away from just wanting action. I think this is a big
problem with traders. You’re like, “Okay, what’s happening?” You wake up, you have your cup of coffee, you’re like, “I’m ready, I’m gonna trade!” I’m not excited to trade. Literally yesterday when I was buying RAFA I was like I can’t ignore this chart because it’s too perfect and I think about how I feel the next day if it breaks out. And I’ll feel guilty about missing it. So that’s how I think. Not because I want to trade just because I know I’m
gonna feel guilty missing it. And that tells me that
that’s a good setup. And I think RAFA will turn out that way. What do you think about that? – What do I think about
what you have to say, what Dom has to say? Or what do I think? – Whoa, all of the above. (laughing) Simplify your answer man. – So I think that I agree 100% with Dom because one thing that I noticed is you really have to track each strategy that you do. So you have to track
your OTC panic dip buy, you gotta track your breakouts. And you have to kinda build a database of your stats per pattern and then you can kinda
know how you trade them and your average percent gain,
your average percent loss. Make sure you make sure your trading them ’cause you’re losing
$600 on the pattern and your gains are only 400 obviously your risk/reward is way off. – Yeah. – And you have to do something to fix it. Another thing I think
is super important is to really dissect your losses and just think about it. Don’t just brush them off and be like “Oh I don’t
know what I did wrong”. You really have to feel it. – Yeah. – And think about it. You have to learn from your losses. Because if you don’t
learn from your losses you’re gonna keep making the same mistake over and over and over. You just can’t do that. Make the mistake once, learn from it. You’ve probably already
heard it from all of us. What we tell you not to do. But if you don’t learn from us then you’re just gonna
make the mistake yourself. And if you don’t learn from it ever you’re never gonna move on and get to the next step. – And it’s a tendency for humans to wanna avoid pain, right? – Yeah. – So you have a loss and you’re like “I don’t
wanna think about it”. But you have to kinda embrace the pain. – You have to embrace the pain to learn. – Internalize it, really dig into it. It’s not a fun process. It’s not like, “Oh, let
me figure out my pain.” It’s embarrassing, it’s frustrating. But when you get to it, like, “Oh, I did this wrong,
let me not do that”. Once you really break down
your most painful stuff and you confront it instead of just pushing it (mumbles). And this is why I don’t understand non-transparent traders. – Yeah. – Like they don’t show all their losses it only hurts them. – Exactly. – Maybe for their ego,
or their social media like, “Yeah, I never lose,” but you’re never
confronting what’s reality. There’s no traders who never lose, okay? Everyone loses, it’s all about how well you minimize your losses and mistakes. – I post my trades on
Profitly every single day the day after I make them. – That’s good. – And when I’m still a loser I made a video lesson on
my HEAR loss the day after. – That’s amazing. That’s good. – I’m fully transparent. That’s helped me a lot, is
being fully transparent. Because if you’re not, it’s just gonna hurt you in the long run. – Why do you think you
can post it so quickly and yet it takes him so much longer? – Because I don’t have an ego,
like I wanna show people– – Oh, damn, yo! – I stay humble. – Damn, so you think has– – I don’t have an ego, I have a rule. – You think he has an ego? – He loves to be like, “Oh,
I’m the man,” over here. – Oh wow! – Yeah, I’ve never said that. – Damn, I didn’t mean to
create a fight or anything. Are you being serious or sarcastic? – I’m just messing around. – I got you. – But you post everyday, why don’t you post everyday like him? – I kinda just didn’t do it for a while. (giggles) and it was around the
time of the big loss. (laughing) But nothing bad has happened since. I’ve just, now I’ve gotten lazy ’cause I have to do it
manually (mumbles) ones. – Yeah, yeah, yeah. – But– – Do you think it’s useful? – I’ve always had a rule that I post them when
I break to new highs. Because I was doing that a lot. – Don’t be superstitious. Just post it. – All right. – Bad lesson. Good lesson. Good guy, bad guy. But no. I like what you guys are doing. I want you to keep it up. I want you also to stay humble. Like 100,000, $200,000 is fantastic. But it’s just a start. – Yeah it’s nothing in the long run. Now, I have to grow my 100,000 into 200,000 and eventually 300,000 (mumbles). – And you take it one trade a time. – One trade at a time. – Don’t be like “Okay–” – You don’t have to force anything there’s gonna be
opportunity down the road. Save your mental capital so you don’t lose all
of it on dumb setups. So you’re ready to go. (laughter) that’s it. – Fantastic. Seriously congratulations. Thank you for everything. Thank you, – Thank you. – Thank you. – For being dedicated. Just stay humble and don’t be like “oh I have to turn 200,000
into a million this year”. If there’s good plays, you take them. If there’s no good plays, you do nothing. You go hiking with your girlfriend. There’s so much that you can do if you treat this like a marathon and not a sprint. And I know you’ve had frankly a lot of success in or two or three years. That’s a lot. What can you do five years from now? How do you put yourself
in the best position like a decade from now? Like your 30th birthday? Where do you wanna be? And then how do you get there? Like you keep studying. You keep taking small trades. Maybe you post the details more often. You keep up your discipline. Stuff like that. Keep it up. Your Jackaroo, in the trading chatroom. – Yup, Jackaroo (mumbles). – And what’s your
username, tell everybody. – MichaelGScott. – MichaelGScott, and your name is Dom. Why are you MichaelGScott? – ‘Cause I’m just reppin’ “The Office”. Bringing awareness to the show. (laughing) – Reppin’ “The Office”. Get in the trading challenge chatroom. This is how, basically how I chat with you guys. I’ve never really sat
down with you like this. I met you once, I said, at
a conference two years ago that you had a good American name, right? – Yeah. – But in the challenge chat room, I love the camaraderie that’s growing. Do you notice this? The challenge chatroom is like, “Damn, “this is getting really good.” I’m in a lot of chatrooms. Most chatroom don’t have that– – I love the challenge chatroom. I’m in there everyday. Talking to people, learning, – Yeah I see you, thank you for that. – Seeing what people are talking about. – Cool. – And I loved the challenge. – Beautiful. Click the link below if you wanna apply for my challenge. But please be dedicated. These guys have put in the time. 12, 15, 17 hours every single day. No days off. It does get easier. You’re two, three years in. By your 5th or 6th year you’re gonna be like
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59 thoughts on “Interview With My 2 Newest Six-Figure Students

  1. It took me 2 yrs to BE and longer to make a money but I am in the forex market and commodities. I see three Warriors. In my opinion they are still newbies. I am 21 and love to watch videos like this of guys that are around my age. Healthy does of competition! let get it!

  2. Tim you are such an inspiration , thanks for sharing your wisdom and journey with the world , and changing people's lives 🙌

  3. Listening to how obsessive all the top traders were before they made it helps make me feel less crazy. I've spent hours every day studying for many months and I'm finally getting some consistency but I swear everyone else thinks I'm just obsessed with a pipe dream.

  4. I found you randomly on Instagram 1 year ago. I am studying and paper trading since march. I watched Trader Checklist and How To Make Millions DVDs. I am watching your videos on and YT daily. I read The Complete Penny Stock Course twice and An American Hedgefund. Taking notes from everything. Thanks for everything Tim.

  5. I actually found your book, How to Trade Penny Stocks first and from there I found StocksToTrade Pro. After my year with StocksToTrade Pro I am going to join your challenge. I am also a member of PennyStocking Silver. I love all of your video lessons. I am watching as many as I can every single day and I look forward to this journey. I am halfway through with the How to Make Millions DVD. Thanks for everything that you do.

  6. I live by "How To Make Millions" "Trading Tickers" "PennyStocking Part Deux". Thank you Tim. You're the damn man!!!

  7. With all due respect- who the helllll has 1800$ a year or 150$ a month to learn tho… smh – MORE ppl will buy your program if you make it MORE AFFORDABLE for the AVERAGE person.

  8. Spent my entire weekend watching 11 hour DVDs 3 months in the study. It's interesting to hear everyone but do your own your homework. I think Tim explains everything with so dedication but for us study is very important. I am totally dedicated to this. Thanks Tim and the team!

  9. I found you, In the month of June 2019 Tim, only after I read a book called "Latte Factor" I was searching the books on Money and there I saw your picture on the magazine with the words "The Rebel Millinaire" and I immediately got committed to your videos and penny stock book. I am a rebellious learner myself and I know if I keep this study pattern, I will get there! Thank you for spreading the knowledge!!

  10. I’m in the beginning learning stage watching your videos on YouTube just got your book reading that.

  11. I prefer you get the testimonial of a losing trader who tell his tale of how applying your methods make him win. You are just like a coach who picks winning players and say look how good i am


  13. Scammmer!!!!!!!!!!! ………I signed up for Supernova….. hahaha it was a joke. It was all a gateway to get GREEDY TIM more money. Go to @t. You will get so much more free content than this Greedy Big Mouth CLOWN.

  14. DID 2 DAYTRADES 2DAY..TURNED OUT GREAT..RKDA 34cents PROFIT N ARCI 65cents PROFIT.. FIRST TRADE 14MINS.. waited until I saw the setup which came for rkda between 1230-1244… n the other setup came ARCI 232-241..waited fir the afternoon volume.. I studied this from u.. look for the big pullbacks..went into RKDA @ 840n out @874..went into [email protected] n out @675..haven’t daytraded in a month.. been swing trading bcuz of work..

  15. Lol, I listen to vids All. Day. Long…While at work. I’m convinced this will be a long process of evolving and recognizing the right setups and patterns worth trading, so it’s good to hear how much these guys studied. Validates I’m not crazy in not doing ‘too much’ yet. Will keep studying and little by little put more of my feet in the water. Thank you for this guys.

  16. tim sir i apply more than 4 time for ur stock challenge and i appoint an interview with u but i didnt get any call for interview



  19. Thats awesome, but how much $ did they start/begin with? and did they have an unlimited money support from they parents or were they self sufficient? thanks. awesome stuff

  20. Wow! One of the most relatable videos yet! I began trading as my New Years resolution (dropped out of college/bad grades)…. haven’t had any huge losses, but struggle locking in profits at times.. always diligent about cutting losses quick! Now 8 1/2 months later I’m beginning to notice trends and ultimately make better plays! I’m only 21 so this is very relatable seeing these young gentlemen KILLING IT! good work fellas !! …. & Mr.Sykes thanks for everything you’re the man!!!!!!!

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