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April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- "The markets rarely give you what you expect, but rather what you deserve..."
Marc Abramsky, PureTick Professional Trading Advisor.
PureTick.com, an education-based, community-oriented online day trading room, will launch The Daily Profit, a daily swing trading newsletter,
April 1, hosted by
Marc Abramsky, a Professional Trading Advisor for PureTick. The newsletter may be utilized by traders at varying levels of experience.
In keeping with PureTick's philosophy, emphasis in The Daily Profit is allowing traders to see trades and take positions in real time. Potential clients will have trading veteran Abramsky offer them recommendations as well as positions they may then take right alongside him, using his parameters or relying on their own.
Among the markets traded are USD/JPY, EUR/USD, GOLD, S&P, DOW, OIL, and US DOLLAR INDEX. Key commodities include coffee, heating oil, cotton, sugar, silver, gold, corn and wheat. Highly traded blue chips like AAPL, GOOG, GSACHS are also featured.
Though the internet is rife with trading newsletters touting the fast-track to financial freedom, The Daily Profit is distinct. It immerses the trader in real-time, first-hand experience, together with an objective, experienced yet caring mentor who demands of his charges qualities not readily found in would-be day traders: discipline and patience.
"It's the seesaw ups-and-downs that wear a person out. Unlike with relying on a CFP, with trading you see your account fluctuate daily; in a weaker moment, some traders panic and sabotage their own returns, just because a few losing trades pop up," explains Abramsky, whose pre-trading professional training is in Behavioral Psychology. He adds his advice to traders and market analysts is "to stay the course. If you do, there's a good chance you'll get nice returns that beat the average person's by a large margin."