Timothy Sykes – How To Make Millions Trading Penny Stocks

00:00 Trailer.

01:35 Brian’s thoughts on the episode.

03:09 Brian’s introduction.

03:37 Appreciating a warm welcome in London.

04:01 $2000 a day keeps the real job away.  How Tim trades low price stocks.

08:17 The bloody reality of trading on an emotionless battlefield.

16:38 Trading requires mental discipline.  The solo shot rather than the home run.

19:40 Cutting losses, trading is counter intuitive.  His peer group is keeping hm accountable.

22:22 The concept of liquidity is exactly opposite to Tim trading in volatility of penny stocks.

25:51 Tim admits to being an inveterate gambler, but has rules in place to keep him in his box.

30:32 Tim used the $12,000 from his Bar Mitzvah to start investing and trading.

34:58 What a penny stock is and what shorting the stock means.

38:08 The type of companies Tim invests in.

39:44 What can be learned from watching the Wolf of Wall Street.

42:49 The risks in short selling.  

44:31 The role of the Securities and Futures Commission.

45:42 The scam depicted in the Wolf of Wall Street film.

48:36 The effect on Tim of a big loss and what he did afterwards.

51:37 Transparency on the internet of his every trade.

54:40 Why Tim took the surprising and somewhat altruistic decision to teach his method.

58:58 Teaching inveterate gamblers rules to be disciplined, is tough, but he knows how to gain attention.

1:02:31 A fascination for the potential of social media and technology to educate and for charity.

1:03:41 Why he isn’t focusing on becoming a billionaire.

1:11:01 Concern for the misinformation about the natural world.

1:18:14 Tim’s advice to those of the general public who would like to start trading.

1:25:25 Learning to trade, benefits you in other areas of life.

1:29:16 Success secrets.

1:29:53 Could Tim cope with spending a month in isolation without internet connection?

1:37:09 What is Tim’s super-power?

1:39:34 What scares Tim.

1:43:49 What we would be surprised to learn about Tim.

1:44:42 What keeps him awake at night.

1:44:51 Would Tim like to have a family in the future?

1:46:31 Phone call to the 20 years old Timothy Sykes.

1:49:50 Best advice he ever received.

1:51:32 Advice to the young person listening.

1:55:26 Brian’s summing up,

 

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jahguaarmaarihuanna21
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I am committed to self-development and thriving.

tubaht673
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tubaht673

OMFG. Simulation. Cuz this is the 6th Iteration. Yes

xxxxxterpxxxxx980
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xxxxxterpxxxxx980

Genius. Pick a stock, announce you are going to buy it to your network of more than 6K students, create a buzz all over the Internet, watch the value increase from fabricated demand, sell it and realize a nice profit.

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maxbellcontact487

LondonReal is really FIRE !
What an interview ! Thanks a lot

jaadchacra
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jaadchacra

Great interview, where is the date that shows when the interview took place?

geblinn70
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geblinn70

This doesn’t help. I get he knows what he’s talking about, no one else does; no usable info was exchanged. One man’s opinion of moonlight…

hissfit452
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hissfit452

Tim’s explanation for shorting was more confusing than to just say that the brokers have made it so you can sell stock first, and buy it later to close the position. Great interview tho. I know he’s got some haters, but he’s one of the most honest, genuine, transparent people out there…

hissfit452
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hissfit452

Tim’s explanation for shorting was more confusing than to just say that the brokers have made it so you can sell stock first, and buy it later to close the position.

vipinvision21723
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vipinvision21723

Thanks for wild interview. Great personality self taught.

vipinvision21723
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vipinvision21723

Thanks for great interview. Great personality self taught.

nick6567korea137
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nick6567korea137

seems to be an unorganized person, but respect to his commitment and hardwork he put on wealth

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jeveuxdufilm1
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love that “success” message once comment posted, had to put another one

jeveuxdufilm1
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Thanks Brian, keep it up!

Iftikar
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Iftikar

Learnt allot. Thank you Brian and Tim.

ausboy1250
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ausboy1250

Great Interview! Comes across as the new Anthony Robbins (voice sounds same too) but more ballistic!

tom_emmet48
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tom_emmet48

Awesome interview

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s5jaffe14578

AMAZING!

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paaatricklucky

The best interview I ever seen, now I know why I started self-educating myself 2 years ago on internet (first ad I ever seen on social media about education was from Tai L.), it starts to make sense for me and maybe I got a new niche to learn about for a long term, trading, so thank you for this lesson.

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no shorts and t-shirt in London, Tim?