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Simone - Amsterdam$45
Finance · Investing · Personal finance
Trusted teacher: Most of the trading mentorship programs you will find on the internet will try to convince you that you must apply this so-called specific trading strategy on cryptos or forex and become rich by just following those simple technical rules. THIS IS A LIE. If you want to succeed in trading you must understand that you are setting up your own sole company. You will be your own boss, your own client and your own competitor. Then you have to know your ecosystem, the rules you must respect in order to succeed especially you will have to understand those very specific topics: -trading is a zero sum gain, -you have to accept losing in order to be able to win in a consistent basis, -you must know the main psychological biases that are detrimental to your trading success, like the loss aversion or confirmation biases among many others, -you have to understand what a trading edge is that is a statistical advantage that will make you a consistent profitable trader in the long run, -you have not only to know what are the three main components of any trading edge, that its the hit ratio, the risk-reward ratio and the position size but also to understand how they interact with each other, -you have to use the right and unavoidable tools to assess and improve your edge: backtesting and journaling are among them. Like I repeat to all the traders I mentor on a daily basis, a whole trading system is like a wooden stool with 4 feet. The first one is the strategy (the technical part), the second one is the risk management (the risk of loss and how to manage volatility and drawdowns), the third one is the psychological part (understanding collective and individual psychology) and the forth one the trading tools (backtesting, journaling, diaring among others). Your whole trading system must be designed in a such a robust way that you could have seated on it one century ago, like you can sit on it right now and you could also be able to sit on it in a century BUT you need those 4 feet to remain well seated whatever happens, whenever it happens... This is what this trading program "HOW TO BUILD A WHOLE TRADING SYSTEM" will teach you if you are ready to learn and start doing your part of the job. PROGRAM: I-UNDERSTANDING THE MARKET ECOSYSTEM II-THE COMMON CHARACTERISTICS OF WINNING AND LOSING TRADERS III-THE WEAKEST LINK IS YOU! IV-RISK MANAGEMENT V-THINKING IN TERMS OF PROBABILITIES VI- THE TOOLS OF THE WINNING TRADER VII-DEFINE YOUR EDGE...AND APPLY IT VIII-EXAMPLE OF A TRADING STRATEGY: SWING TRADING STRATEGY ON US STOCKS
Personal finance · Finance · Financial markets
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Why Is Personal Finance Important? Personal finance is a vital part of not only managing your day-to-day financial needs but also planning your financial future. The sooner you get a grip on personal finance, the better your long-term financial prospects will be for things like investing or planning for retirement. What Are the Five Areas of Personal Finance? Though there are several aspects to personal finance, they easily fit into one of five categories: income, spending, savings, investing, and protection. These five areas are critical to shaping your personal financial planning. Five Aspects of Personal Finance Income Income is the foundation of your personal finances and includes all parts of your cash flow – the money you take in from all sources. It includes your salary, pension or Social Security, and income from rental properties, or investments. Spending Spending includes the money for any expenses you have. Controlling the amount of money you spend can allow you to set aside money to grow your financial future. Savings Savings includes any money from your income that you do not spend but set aside for the future. It is necessary to provide for potential expenses – planned or unplanned. Investing Investing is different from savings. While savings are what’s left over from your income, investments are purchases that allow you to earn future income or savings. Investments may include purchases of mutual funds, stocks, bonds, or real estate that you expect to give you a good rate of return. But investments come with risks. Protection Protection from financial risks can be handled through a variety of financial products including annuities, property/casualty insurance, life insurance, and health insurance. These can provide financial security or protection from unexpected financial costs.
Finance · Tutoring · Personal finance
Trusted teacher: Over time, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. If this adage is partly true, there are a series of reasons that explain this phenomenon. Our upbringing teaches us that money is for living and that we need to put a little aside for difficult times. The rich operate differently. They invest their money and use part of their earnings to finance their lifestyle. Their capital continues to grow without having to work. It is their money that works for them. 🖊️ You are aware that placing your long-term savings in a savings account is not a good financial solution. 🖊️ Provide for the financing of your children's studies, or build up effective savings for them. 🖊️ A supplementary pension to that of the state? 🖊️ Early retirement? 🖊️ Diversify to minimize your risks and maximize your gains 🖊️ Use your money to generate money ⚫ During our first session, we establish together an overview of your personal situation and determine what is possible in your situation (your means, risk tolerance and desired time horizon). It is almost always possible to improve your financial situation, but if every euro counts for you, I may not be able to help you up to your expectations. ⚫ I am naturally drawn to economics and finance, so much so that I started planning my financial future when I was 15. I do NOT have a degree in economics or finance. However, I have experience in the field that many theoreticians do not have. I have a plan in place to achieve my financial independence in less than 20 years. 10 years later, my goal is still in sight. ⚫ For several years, I have been advising my friends, colleagues and family on investment matters. I like to share this knowledge acquired during my years of practice of financial investment. ⚫ The hourly rate offered takes into account the value of the information shared, not the value of the time spent together. These lessons are for people who are looking to invest their money but don't know how to go about it. My goal is to introduce you to financial instruments that are within your reach, and then develop a financial plan that you can follow without me. I will share with you my financial plans, budget sheets, simulations and spreadsheets, which I have spent years developing and refining. This course can be useful if you want to deepen the following topics: ✅ Stock market investment via ETFs ✅ Investment in crypto currencies ✅ Investment in classic real estate rental ✅ Generate passive income with real estate rental ✅ The basics of trading via technical, fundamental and macro-economic analysis I offer several formulas. Other formulas are possible depending on what you are looking for: 1️⃣ Formula Overview 3h -: training in the outline of financial instruments and development of a simple and quick plan that fits your profile and your financial capacities. 2️⃣ Plan Plan +/- 6h: detailed presentation of different financial instruments and implementation of a portfolio of varied financial assets 3️⃣ Custom Formula: 3 hours of basic training to introduce you to the different financial instruments followed by an à la carte in-depth study of the subjects that interest you
Investing · Personal finance · Real estate
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AP and IB Economics Tutor, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics (Şişli)
I am an HL IB Economics student from Istanbul, and had 1 lesson so far with Mr. Fatih. He is a very knowledgeable and enthusiastic teacher. Throughout the zoom lesson, he wrote and explained everything clearly on a document that he later shared with me. After any explanation, at the end, he made sure I understood everything, and If not, he explained it again. I am very happy with Mr. Fatih, and I'm looking forward to working with him again.
Review by BURAK
Financial Trading and Investing in the stock market (Amsterdam)
Simone is fantastic, he has great knowledge, customises his delivery to suit your requirements, is extremely flexible and accommodating, and goes above and beyond in ensuring he is always providing and exceptional service. I highly recommend him to anyone interested in expanding their knowledge in these topics.
Review by FARLAN