Category Archives: in a trader’s shoes

The Faceless Trader-The Facebook Trading Group with a Heart

During my first visits to the Trading Groups in Facebook, my initial agenda is to always observe how the leader/s of the group treat their members and how the members treat each other.  Are they treating their members well?  Do the members respect each other?  Without knowing it, are they encouraging their members to practice Responsible Trading – teaching them […]

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Trading is More Fun in the Philippines – Part 2 – TAP’s (Traders Apprentice Pilipinas) Unique Trader’s Lingo

Trading is More Fun in the Philippines – Part 2 – TAP’s (Traders Apprentice Pilipinas) Unique Trader’s Lingo This is a sequel to my previous article:http://theresponsibletrader.com/responsible-trading-trading-fun-philippines/   Among the Trading Groups in Facebook, Traders Apprentice Pilipinas seems to be the most well organized.  TAP is  led by  Investment Banker and Corporate Finance Advisor Tony Herbosa known as TAP Boss Tony  […]

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Words of Wisdom from a Newbie Trader

Whenever I visit Stock Trading Forums and Stock Trading Groups in Facebook, I am always on the lookout for good things that are happening – Traders helping traders without any ulterior motives, traders showing maturity by the way they post (no hyping, no bashing just  sharing their opinion about a certain topic or stock based on cold facts) and traders […]

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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

Imitation is the sincerest  form of flattery and I am flattered that while browsing the net somebody has already copied my name “The Responsible Trader” and even “The Responsible Traders Creed” which I have posted on my thread “The Responsible Trader” in Stock Market Pilipinas (www.stockmarketpilipinas.com), although he was also kind enough to acknowledge the source.   Imitation is the […]

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