How I Trade on the Stock Market

**Read description for answers to frequently asked questions**

the first stock market video is here:

As I say many times in the video, this is simply the way that I personally trade. That does not mean that it is for everyone. There are countless different approaches that one could have to the stock market, and none of them are strictly right or wrong.
Don’t ever follow exactly what any one person tells you when it comes to the stock market – including me! Do your research and come to your own conclusions.


Q. Do you day trade?
A. Essentially, no. I rarely day trade. I think that since I have started trading, I have only done 2 or 3 day trades.

Q. Your chart assumes that you can identify highs and lows – how is that possible?
A. It’s not. My chart was a very basic version of the way in which I trade – very basic. If I could re-film the video, I would put more emphasis on identifying highs and lows – the emphasis being that you can never 100% identify them.
If you trade, as I showed later in my chart, sometimes you will sell and the stock will skyrocket. Or, quite often, you will buy and the stock will plummet. It happens, and of course I experience this all the time.

Q. How long do you hold stocks?
A. This varies greatly, and can be anywhere from 1 day to months. On average, I probably hold stocks approximately 3 days – 1 week.

Q. So, you are making this video to advise people to start trading?
A. No. Absolutely not. I would be more likely to encourage people NOT to trade on the stock market than I would be to do vice versa.

Q. So, you trade off your base of $10k, and live off of that?
A. No. $10k is what I started with in my account two years ago. It is not what is in my account now.

Q. Can you give me advice on…?
A. No. Although I would love to help everyone, I am not the best means of advice for you. I am not trying to give anyone advice here – I am simply sharing a bit of insight into what my job as a stock trader looks like. I am not a licensed financial advisor, and I would not ever presume to give anyone financial advice. Please do your research and be careful!

Q. You don’t seem like a professional trader…?
A. I am not really concerned with how professional I “seem.” I am making a living, and that is the most important thing to me. I did not go to school for this, or ever take any classes on the stock market. I did my own research and taught myself all that I know about the market. I am not worried about seeming professional – I am only concerned about making money on the stock market.

Q. Can you give us proof / screenshot your personal account info / banking info so that I believe you?
A. No. If you do not “believe me,” please don’t expect me to care.

Q. I want to make some quick cash. Should I invest in the stock market?
A. No. Absolutely not.

Q. Can you film yourself actually trading on the market?
A. No – for various reasons. One, if you are imagining that my actual trading will be anywhere near as engaging as that not-very-exciting chart, you are mistaken. Perhaps if I was day trading, this would not be the case, but when I buy a stock, I simply click a button the says “buy.” That’s it… And then I wait for days, weeks, perhaps months. There is nothing thrilling to see here.
Also, it would be a bother to block out all of my account numbers and all that. Sorry.


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Why do I trade on TD Ameritrade?
– They have strong research reports
– They have great trading tools, such as Thinkorswim
– They have a great mobile app that allows me to trade on the go
– They have amazing customer service
– There are no hidden fees, such as maintaining a minimum balance

I explained this in the original cut of my video, but it was just getting too long!

**And no, I am not sponsored in any way by TD Ameritrade, I just like their trading platform and wanted to give you guys an explanation of why that is. A lot of people also highly recommend Scottrade, which has lower fees than Ameritrade. Whatever works for you!**


This video is for entertainment purposes only. I am not a financial advisor, registered investment advisor, or broker dealer. I am not a member of any association in any jurisdiction. I am not legally qualified to give financial advice – this video simply shows you my own personal strategies. Viewers are completely responsible for their own investments and financial decisions. The content creator is not liable in any way for any decisions that the viewer may make based off of this video.


TheMightyHarihar says:

I have learnt investing from Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, John Bogle, Howard Marks and Benjamin Graham. I am doing a PhD degree in Finance and hold other Masters’ level qualifications in Finance. What I heard from this girl is a fucking joke to the industry of investment, she doesn’t have a clue what she is doing.

sensus says:

Thanks 🙂

dave maclain says:

i have been trading for the past four years and i have never seen such brilliant idea that dose not require huge capital but returns great profit.
thanks to mr prescott for his enormous contribution in helping traders online. for means of help you can contact him by email prescottmillwal@gmail. com

Jeff Murrell says:

okay so I have two minutes left in this video and I just can’t finish it. the first half was just hilarious, the second half was beginning to give me a headache

james lewis says:

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Daily Dose Videos `D2V` says:

so sell when it’s up and buy when it’s down.

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Th3 R3aper says:

Stop it, get some help. -MJ

Book Worm says:


Jeff Murrell says:

holy shit I cannot stop laughing at this video, I’m only half way through and I shit you not, I am literally close to tears.yo fuggin I love this chick, I can’t tell if she’s serious or not. oh my god it would be so much better if she were serious. that would just be fantastic

cassidy and family says:

People have a hard time accepting the fact that you’re gorgeous, smart and successful. That’s why you get hate comments. This video helped me, I’m subscribing! 🙂

Johan Fehr says:

This is best best video I have seen on trading! Now it makes more sense

SonOFaPimp303 says:

Dam you fine girl

TruuuDreadzzz Trades says:


Yurek Vazquez says:

As trader and coach I want to congratulate you on your trading perspective. Practical and to the point.

Old Bobby says:

What platform do you use to do your stock trading, please and Thankyou?

Bruce Dean says:

I think your doing great, just keep doing what works for you.

Th3 R3aper says:

Haha what the fuck is this

Anthony Nguyen says:

Wow thanks. This made me understand it so much more. Thank for the motivation!

Sam Muel says:

im focusing ur beautiful eyes all the time…..

Keith Hudson says:

Only came down here to see the overwhelming majarity thinking the same thing I was. Now I can leave.

Bharath Prabhacar says:

Seriously there are lot more than just buy, sell and up and down

Travellight says:

I hadn’t checked the comments on this video in awhile, and was disappointed by the extreme negativity here.
To all of you that seem to need proof that I trade, here you go.
As you can see, I had a 16.17% gain in 2016 on my positions.

I say many times in the video that no one knows highs and lows.
This video is not meant to teach anyone about the stock market, or be a tutorial. That is why my explanations are extremely basic. I understand that they do not fully convey the nuances of the stock market. “Buy low, sell high,” sounds exaggeratedly simplistic, but that is what I was going for.
This wasn’t a video to share a secret strategy. This wasn’t a video to educate.
It was an answer to an often-asked question, that being – “How do you afford to travel?”
This was the answer – and that’s all the purpose that there was to making this video.

I am highly disappointed to see countless videos being uploaded by men that are, frankly, lies and attempts to swindle viewers into handing over money. Buy their book and you’ll be successful on the stock market. Buy their tutorials and you’ll get rich. Some of them even go so far as to use lines such as “Let’s make these people millionaires,” or “You will not fail with my strategy, 100% guaranteed.”
They are met with applause and little skepticism. Even those that are not convinced into handing over money to them still comment with appreciation and respect.
There are far fewer women on Wall Street than men – and this is not due to men being any more predisposed to success on the stock market than women. It is due to a pervading inequality that colors impressions before a woman even enters a board meeting, or says a word on CNBC. Already, viewers are forming their first impression of her with unconscious (or, in varying degrees, perhaps quite conscious) thoughts along the lines of “SHE trades? Let’s see what she says before I’ll believe that…” or “She’s too young / pretty / blonde / girly to be on the stock market.”
In actuality, the stock market is made up of – to strip it down to its essence – numbers. Numbers in green, or red. These numbers do not come accompanied by white men in suits and cigars and scotch. They are not ushered in by a Harvard graduate as an uneducated man looks on. They are not concerned with age, or how blonde a woman’s hair is, or where someone went to college, or sharp suits or Manhattan penthouses.
They are numbers and numbers only. They have absolutely no correlation to gender, social class, education, age, or appearance.

algerino forza says:

I wish it was as easy as said

algerino forza says:

What if the share goes down 90%

Spanish day by day says:

Hi how much money you usually make when you sell the stocks? Give me an idea plz , another question at what time you trade and for how long?

james lewis says:

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James says:

I’m going to say something that most may not say here – Simply, Thank you. Your insight and real perspective of the Market and Investments is refreshing. A healthy mix of realizing potential risks, while recognizing the opportunities for profit. I will definitely taking into consideration everything you have mentioned in this video. I am currently looking into Binary Options and Penny Stocks. I am going to further educate myself on the ETF’s, as I’m not too familiar with those. One question – How do you assess a trend that tends to be Neutral, overall? Would you even consider trading on a trend like that?

EMIP TV says:

Trading in hindsight will always make you a genius.

Nick K says:

u r awesome chick !!!

cherripies hunger says:
Free stock! You could get a share of apple or facebook!!

Robinhood Investing says:

if you want to get into the stock market with no money then sign up it gives you a free share of a random stock which you can then turn around and sell to make profit , so you sign up me and you get a free stock

Christopher Page says:

curious what simulated trading platforms do you use?

tomb1968 says:

Thanks for sharing this. I’m more interested in options in the near term, but will eventually be doing other things. I’m not sure where this fits in, but then again, I’m just learning about this stuff. Thank you.

algerino forza says:

to be honest you got too many views because you are Bella

Pankaj Kumar says:

Need to discuss some business. ..may I ask your email to contact you..?

Sam Panchal says:

On the one hand, you said that I do invest in share market but on other hand you not recommended to invest in share market , so where you earn so much money to living and traveling ?

I C says:

Buy when low, sell when high, got it! Private jet here I come!!

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