How This Student Profited BIG In 3 Months

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I need to tell you about Mason, a dedicated challenge student of mine, who has made nearly $150,000 in the past few months.* But, his success didn’t come right away and this is a valuable lesson for all of you: It takes time to learn and profit.

Most traders lose because they don’t spend enough time to test and optimize their process, find what patterns they’re good at, and continuously find good plays. Mason spent two years as a student, studying and still losing.

This is a life-long skill that I’m teaching you. Patience is key and it’s important you have the right mindset from the beginning.

Don’t think about how much money you’re going to make, think about what you can do to study. What can you do to speed up your journey.

After Mason made six figures, he emailed me to say “thank you for pushing me even when I felt like quitting.”*

That’s why my most successful students are part of my Challenge. They have a mentor. They are dedicated, hard-working, and they have all the resources to succeed. They get the video lessons, DVD’s, mentoring, a special chat room, and live webinars.

Mason — congratulations. Thank you for giving me the benefit of the doubt. Thank you for having patience. And thank you for continuing to be a dedicated student.

Do you have what it takes to be a dedicated challenge student? Comment below and tell me why.


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—————————————————————————————————————* Results may not be typical and may vary from person to person. Making money trading stocks takes time, dedication, and hard work. There are inherent risks involved with investing in the stock market, including the loss of your investment. Past performance in the market is not indicative of future results. Any investment is at your own risk. See Terms of Service here:


Themoremovement says:

You’re awesome man!

Shawn Yang says:

He just got lucky once

TommioRS says:

Slow and steady wins the race. Also studying the past and being prepared will guarantee success in some form!

Felipe Okumura Sanches says:

I'm pretty sure I know the answer but just to clarify, what you teach in your course works for every stock market? for example I'm from Brazil, here we have BOVESPA, will your course work for me here in Brazil?

Bluesmurf says:

The market works in the opposite direction to your survival mechanism, it is designed to trap you into poor emotional trading positions that force you to liquidate at a loss, by chasing price as it moves, instead of waiting for price to return to where there was a buyer or seller who was dominant. using T&S with a filter of block trades could help you find a low risk entry. The market is an auction and is always seeking fair value, so volume profile is helpful in locating where large positions are, and at what price. If you see a price that has high velocity exchange of shares, and the market moves away from that price, liquidation will follow by the weak holders. If price returns to that level, the strong holders will defend, and a low risk opportunity could follow, but always know where you are wrong in the trade before you take it, and CUT your losses as Tim says. I trade futures, not stocks, but the principles are the same more or less. The level 2 is essential, and more valuable than a chart. Best wishes.

Hamzeh Murab says:

the lawyer part Lol

Sterling Lowery says:

Another good real video from the one and only Timothy Sykes.

"Success in life is the result of good judgment. Good judgment is usually the result of experience. Experience is usually the result of bad judgment." Tony Robbins

Liam Tanner says:

Congratulations Mason! Another person to show us that it is the journey that is the most important!

Ricardo Carranza says:

Have been a on a losing streak yet again jst testing the waters but learning from every loss

T Walker says:

Awesome bro. I made similar trades. You can see them on my channel.

smcolts98 says:

studying is key… I have been studying for months and I watch all your videos and your students videos.. Because of all that I feel more confident with my strategies you all have taught me and I'm saving up to get started

ZachR says:

Awesome video thanks Tim

Spade Trader says:

"No way to cheat success!"

Billy Terry says:

Why is he so angry, he use to be so chill in his last videos😂

zoltardo says:

After a difficult loss today, after being up nicely and ultimately losing…I picked one fortune cookie from a pile at work and opened it….."Your path may be difficult, but will be rewarding". Fuck me! What are the odds of getting that gem….they probably all say that 🙂

Enid Grimes says:

Mason made what he made because he was holding weed stocks all the way up. Im waiting to see his blowup though.

VIVI says:

I don't know about you guys but I find Tim's humor/analogies are funny as hell. Beyond the inspiration AND once you drop the rose colored sunglasses, Tim keeps things in perspective and that's the damn truth.

I'm not a successful student yet but I'm already going through the process and experiencing growth pains. I reevaluating my process everyday. It's something I'm thankful for, even if it takes me 3 months or 3 years.

PERSEVERANCE and STUDY people, that's it. GL.

Robert Williams says:

Hilarious mid break to give the disclaimer.

Chris Smith says:

Thanks Tim… 🙂

Dofl Pks says:

And we’ll see if he makes another 6 figures. Tim gritanni your best student, even with years of trading has 6 figure losses and nearly blows up a quarter of his account at times, I don’t like the praise towards the lucky newby, good luck to him though!

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