Even though the Nasdaq was down 204 points yesterday, February 22, 2021, we and our clients were up in our chatroom at www.fastmoneytraders.com. Our chatroom is for mature day traders who want to day trade with serious other day traders. We are not a free chatroom where we are pumping and dumping stocks. We show you how to make money by buying stocks based on candlesticks, volume, performance, research and our personalized scanner that we share out to our clients. We are not a quick get rich day trading chatroom, as with those there are few winners and lots of losers.
Day trading takes patience, research and knowing when to buy and sell at the right time. We do not offer free trials, as we try to keep the riff raft and the inexperienced day traders out of our chatroom. We do premarket day trading as the market permits. Luke is live on the mic 30 minutes prior to the bell and throughout the day. We also do some aftermarket day trades. We teach Lifestyle day trading where you make at least 1 percent daily on your account and then go enjoy the rest of your day. We have a proven track record of 90 percent green days and 10 percent red days. If any day trader tells you they have never had a red day then they are lying to you. We have several clients who made over a million dollars in our chatroom last year, but these clients were also trading with large amounts of money.
We offer monthly and quarterly subscriptions, and you can cancel at any time. Our cancellation policy is on our website under FAQ. You can follow us on Twitter at LukeMuray @EliteDayTraders, of course our wins are only pasted after they have happened, because that information is listed in our paid chatroom for our clients.
Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is as a service to investors. It is neither a legal interpretation or a statement of policy. If you have questions concerning the meaning or application of a particular law or rule, please consult with an attorney who specializes in securities law. Stop Loss orders and Stop Limit orders may not be available through all brokerage firms. Investors should contact their broker to determine which orders are available for buying and selling stocks, and their broker’s specific policies regarding these types of orders.