Desire To Trade Podcast | Trading Tips & Interviews with Successful Traders
About This Show
My name is Etienne Crete, and I love the idea of trading Forex for a living but I was fed up with the “fake” millionaire traders and the “get-rich-quick-trading guys”. So I created a place where aspiring Forex traders can learn a solid process that will get them results and won’t let them down.
The Desire To Trade Podcast has for goal to help you develop Forex trading skills for more freedom. I interview successful traders from around the world. My focus is on providing you with lessons from my personal trading experience and my conversations as I trade and travel around the globe.
Most Recent Episode
3 Reasons You Should And Shouldnt Use TradingView As Your Charting Platform
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Several months ago, I stopped using my favorite charting platform - Meta Trader 4 at the time - to do all my technical analysis on TradingView. After being asked on several occasions, I thought it was time for me to come up with a TradingView review and to discuss the things I like and don't like about the online charting platform. What Is TradingView? To start with, I just want to ensure I eliminate the confusion about what TradingView is and isn't. In short, it's an online portal with charts...but it doesn't stop there. TradingView is an entire social/trader's network where anyone can publish a trade idea. For some notable people to follow (if you have any recommendations, let me know!): Akil Stokes - https://www.tradingview.com/u/Akil_Stokes/ Jason Graystone - https://www.tradingview.com/u/J_Graystone/ Etienne Crete (yeah, that's me) - https://www.tradingview.com/u/EtienneCrete1/ The first thing I must point out is that TradingView is accessible pretty much anywhere (by that I mean it isn't blocked in China, and you can access it even from a mobile device). 3 Reasons To Use TradingView Ability To Draw Anything On Any Chart I'm a really visual person, and I felt kind of limited by the idea that I could only draw horizontal/vertical lines in Meta Trader 4. I know there are a couple of different shapes and other tools in Meta Trader, but TradingView is way ahead. Whenever I want to explain something to someone or draw for my own reference (where I think the price will go), I take the pen inside TradingView to draw freely. Not only that but literally all the trading tools you could ever think of placing on your chart are there. Not that I'm a fan of complicating things, but I know people who have complicated trading styles. Although it can be challenging to draw with a computer mouse, you end up getting used to it, and that allows you not to forget anything anymore. Ability To Split Your Screen Into Many Synced Up Charts
Rated 1 out of
This podcast is by far the worst podcast in trading. The host (clown of the first order and self proclaimed profitable trader) has a rudimentary knowledge of Forex. Plus, he has an annoying voice and I don't always understand what he talks about sometimes. He just repeats things unnecessarily. Just listen to the podcast if you want but don't buy anything from him. He's just an internet marketer, not a real trader
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 5 out of
Interview with real traders!
I'm the host of the podcast. Leave a review too if you like it!
Date published: 2016-03-28
Rated 5 out of
These interviews have helped me tremendously in my own trading.
Date published: 2017-02-08