Stocks Up or Stocks Down, Does not Matter to Expert Day Traders

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Day Trading generally gets a bad reputation which it does not deserve. Like all other endeavors, if one knows what one is doing, there are opportunities for the diligent.

Long time stock market operator, Brad Koteshwar, was addressing the topic of Day Trading during a recent meeting of active traders in Scottsdale, Arizona. Though he himself prefers to be extremely picky and selective with his stock trades, he acknowledges that those with the right mind set and a very disciplined approach can do well Day Trading in stocks.

In response to the demands of good day trading services, Brad Koteshwar launched an online email alert service to satisfy the needs of many enquiries he receives. With the launching of his new email alert service, Brad Koteshwar now sends emails to his readers with specific entry and exits for selected day trading opportunities.

"Day trading is risky if you do not know what you are doing. Like all successful systems of trading stocks, a strict adherence to a set of rules is imperative. The public gets sold on and hyped about software products but there is no software or a computer that can replace a trained set of eyes that can clearly see trading opportunities. I am an old chart reader and I can see things that jump out at me when I see charts. There are opportunities if only we can see what is there rather than trying to see something that is not there," explained Koteshwar.

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