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Trying to Learn Investing as a Teacher

Creation date: Feb 8, 2024 4:51am     Last modified date: Feb 8, 2024 4:51am   Last visit date: Feb 21, 2024 6:12am
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Feb 8, 2024  ( 2 posts )  
2/8/2024
6:37am
Daniel Brian (calios)

Yeah, finding a trading blog you can actually learn from is tough! I came across https://thetradingbible.com/ascending-triangle-patterns-definition-formation-types not long ago though and have found their content super helpful. They have this killer guide explaining ascending triangle patterns in-depth that leveled up my chart reading skills big time as a beginner. After studying it, I successfully traded an ascending triangle pattern last week on XYZ's 5min chart. Definitely check out The Trading Bible's ascending triangle guide - it's an awesome resource! Let me know if you find any other worthwhile blogs out there!

2/8/2024
4:51am
W W (williamwebecomr)

As a high school teacher, I don't exactly have wads of disposable income. But I manage to scrape together a little cash here and there that currently just sits in a basic savings account. Do you know any blogs suited for teachers to learn about prudent investing options to generate some extra growth? Specifically, I'm hoping to find relatable explanations of risks, terms, and taxation to help guide me as a total newbie. My priority is protecting my limited principal, but if I could wisely start generating even modest consistent returns, it would make a world of difference for getting ahead financially. Any suggestions?