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    The REAL Penny Stock Prophet Manual PDF | Not a B.S. Review! The REAL Penny Stock Prophet Manual PDF | Not a B.S. Review! Document Transcript

    • This is NOT a REVIEW nor a Free Report! This document: Trade Like A Pro with Zecco is a SMALL PART of the actual PENNY STOCK PROPHET trading system by James Connelly. Read this document thoroughly, so you know the FACT and the TRUTH of What You Will Get later (if you decide to purchase thewhole trading system ofcourse). And most importantly, after reading thisdocument you can consider wisely whether the trading system will behelpful to you or not. download button for the complete package, available at the end of this document.
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco IntroductionFor as long as the stock market has been around, only select investors could getaccess to trade. You either had to have enough money to afford a seat at themarket or you had to have the right connections to have someone represent you.These representatives – calling themselves "full service brokers" – would adviseyou what to buy and what to sell and when to transact. They would look overyour portfolio and make assumptions about your risk tolerance and time horizonsand advise you accordingly.The problem is, they wouldnt talk to you daily. They were profitable only whenthey had several clients so that kept them busy. And many were paid based onthe transactions they performed instead of on your own financial well-being.Then something changed.Two fundamental shifts in the industry grew occurred around the same time:First, the internet rapidly disseminated information, turning once-unknowinginvestors into savvy investors. Second, the internet made "do-it-yourself"investing available to everyone through self-directed discount brokers. The result: This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 2
    • Trade Like A Pro With ZeccoSmarter, better informed investors now had access to the markets in a way theynever had before.Trade yourself. Trade successfully.And thats where Zecco fits into the picture: They offer investors a way to takecontrol of their own investment portfolio and trade directly with the market, and,they educate investors to make better trading decisions. In this guide, youll learnmore about trading successfully with the wealth of resources and tool that Zeccooffers. This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 3
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco Why Zecco?There are many discount brokerage services available to investors. So why domany investors choose Zecco? • Sign up for free • Fast sign up allows for faster trading • Ability to link your account to an existing bank account • Ability to transfer existing brokerage accounts to Zecco • Access to a variety of trading (stocks, mutual funds, forex, options) • Trade at an attractive per-trade price (even free in some situations) • Up-to-date information and real time trading allow for as fast as possible action and reaction • Easy-to-use, intuitive trading interface allows for fast, enjoyable trading • Cutting edge stock screener that helps investors perform insightful research quickly • Access to valuable instruction and education so they learn how to invest more proficiently (including stock alerts, newsletters, reports, strategy builders, tax optimization, and more) This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 4
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco • Amazing customer service when needed to minimize downtime and to enjoy a seamless experience • Member of FINRA and SIPC • Accounts are SIPC insured • Participate in the Zecco Community of traders to learn more about investing and to uncover opportunities you might not have heard ofTo get started, visit: Zecco.com This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 5
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco Getting StartedSigning upSigning up to Zecco is very simple. It costs nothing to start and takes just amoment to open. US-based investors require a Social Security Number to join.Foreign investors will need to meet additional requirements. 1. Go to Zecco.com 2. Click the open account link 3. Choose a username, password, security question 4. Fill out your personal information, including country 5. Complete the profileYou can print out the application for your records at any time. This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 6
    • Trade Like A Pro With ZeccoFunding your accountOnce youve opened your account, youll need to fund it in order to start trading.You can link a bank account, pay by check or wire transfer, or even transfer anexisting brokerage account to Zecco. To pay by check, make your check payableto Penson Financial Services and include your Zecco Trading Account number inthe memo line. Send checks to: Zecco Trading PO Box 60670 Pasadena, CA 91116 USA This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 7
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco Your Account OverviewEverything you need to do is available from your main account page (picturedbelow).NavbarUse the Navbar to navigate to important parts of your account. Explore givesyou overviews of basic investing categories and trading opportunities on Zecco.Trading gives you access to the dashboard you will use to buy and sell This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 8
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zeccoinvestments. Quotes and Research is where youll go to find and investinginvestments to by and sell. Tools gives you various tools to build strategy anduncover investments. Community links you to a dashboard where youll interactwith others. Forex links you to the dashboard to buy and sell foreign exchangeinvestments1.Trading Center Menu While your main screen gives you an at-a-glance look at the information in your account, this menu (pictured at the left) gives you one-touch access to deeper account-related information. So, if you want to know what stock positions you hold, click Positions to get the list. If you want to know what your account balances are, click Balances. If you want to know if an order has been filled, click Order Status.Trading CenterThe main portion of the screen (pictured below) gives you an overview of yourentire account and gives you the ability to quickly find stock information andtrade.1 We wont be covering the more advanced Forex market in this ebook This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 9
    • Trade Like A Pro With ZeccoAt the top of the screen is a fast order input screen so you can buy or sell rightfrom there. (More about that in an upcoming chapter). Below that is the TotalAccount View, which give you an overview of your account value and cashbalances. Positions gives you an at-a-glance look at what you are holding.Order Status keeps you up-to-date on orders that are waiting to be filled. To theright is the Snap Quote, a quick way to do research.Each of these sections gives you an overview and you can access to furtherinformation through left-side Trade Center Menu. This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 10
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco ResearchThe foundation of all good investing lies in research – finding investments thatmatch your risk/return preferences and learning more about them. Zecco makesthis easy with the Quotes and Research button and the Tools button on theNavbarThe Quotes and Research page gives you access to: • Top performing investments • Market sentiment charts • Most-held equities among Zecco users • News • Events • And moreThe Tools page gives you access to tools that help you identify, analyze, andmonitor stocks or educate you. Tools include: • Screeners • Quotes • Strategy builder This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 11
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco • Portfolio analysis • Zecco streamer • Alert Center • Education • Retirement planningDoing ResearchWhen you find an investment that seems interesting to you, go to the StockScreener and type the name of the company or the symbol2 into the researchline.The resulting screen will give you a detailed analysis of the business. We havetyped "GOOG" into the research line and the Snapshot for Google looks like this:2 A symbol is usually a 3-letter or 4-letter short-form that the stock market uses to represent an investment."GOOG" is the symbol for Google. "JNJ" is the symbol for Johnson and Johnson. This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 12
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 13
    • Trade Like A Pro With ZeccoAt the top is an at-a-glance view of the stock price, the range over the past year,as well as a bearish or bullish overview3. Then two large and interactive chartsgive you historical price and stock activity information and compare Google withthe performance of its peers. On the right is company highlights and othervaluable information financial information (called "fundamentals"). News,company profile, and analyst ratings round out the details.By looking at this one screen, you can get a lot of information about a stock andyou can base a buying or selling decision on: • Whether analysts are bearish or bullish • What the stock has done in the market • How healthy the company is (based on its fundamentals) • How the company is performing against its peers • What news has recently been released about the company3 "Bearish" is a reference to downward movement and investing experts who are bearish on a stock meanthat they are more likely to sell it. "Bullish" is a reference to upward moment and investment experts who arebullish on a stock mean that they are more likely to buy it. This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 14
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco Buying and SellingBuying and selling is so easy on your Zecco and it can take place right from yourmain account screen (pictured below).Youll notice that the top-most section of your screen has a dashboard allowingyou to perform a transaction. Transactions you are most likely to perform are Buyand Sell (although Short and Cover are also available4).4 Shorting and covering are an advanced form of trading that should only be attempted by someone who isalready comfortable with more traditional buying and selling of stocks. This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 15
    • Trade Like A Pro With ZeccoBuyingLets use an example to show you how it works:Step 1: Select the transaction type. Its a dropdown menu but Buy (pictured) isthe default.Step 2: Choose your quantity. Although you can choose any number of stocks,most investors trade in 100 share increments. We have chosen 100 shares forour example.Step 3: Indicate the stock. Write in the symbol of the stock you want to buy. Wehave selected Google (Symbol GOOG). This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 16
    • Trade Like A Pro With ZeccoStep 4: Choose your order type. A market order, which is the most commontype of order, is an order to buy the stock at what the market is offering to sell thestock for. There are other types of orders and we will talk about them in anupcoming chapter.Because we have chosen "market order" as our order type, Limit Price and StopPrice are not relevant to this trade and their boxes are greyed out andinaccessible.Step 5: Choose your duration. There are two different durations to choosefrom. "Day" (which is the default) means that the order is good for the rest of theday that that stock market is open. If you cant buy the stock by the time the stockmarket closes for the day, the order disappears. "GTC" (which means "Good TilCanceled") is an order that will remain until it is filled, even if it takes a few daysor weeks. This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 17
    • Trade Like A Pro With ZeccoStep 6: (Optional) Choose AON. The last checkbox, labeled "AON" stands for"All or None". This is an optional box that you can choose to check if you want.An order that is checked "All or None" means that the order will only be filled if allof the quantity of stock can be purchased. If the entire quantity cant bepurchased then the order wont fill. Conversely, if the box is not checked, theorder will be filled with as much as can be bought in those parameters, even if itsjust a fraction of the quantity you asked for. In our example below we havechecked the box.Step 7: Preview order. Preview your order (pictured below). If all of the detailsare correct, click "Place Trade". If you want to change something, click "Cancel". This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 18
    • Trade Like A Pro With ZeccoSellingSelling works in exactly the same way. Obviously, in this case you would need tohave the stock in your portfolio in order to sell it. But you simply go through thesimilar steps.Select "Sell" from the transaction type. Input the amount you want to sell (youdont have to sell all the stock at once; you can sell it in smaller amounts if youprefer. Select the symbol of the stock you want to sell. Select the order type fromthe dropdown menu. Select the duration. Optionally click the "AON" checkbox.Preview your order and click "Place Trade" if it is correct.If you know how to buy, you know how to sell! This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 19
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco Buying and Selling Order TypesSo far youve seen how to buy or sell a market order. In this chapter well lookbriefly at the different kinds of orders and why they might be the kind of ordertype youd prefer:Market ordersMarket orders fill the fastest because you are simply going along with whateverthe stock market is offering as a price to sell you stocks or buy it from you. If youchoose to sell something "at the market", and the market is bidding $5.50 perstock, it means that you will likely sell your stocks at $5.50 each.LimitA limit order is the maximum amount you want to buy the stock for or sell thestock for. Investors use this type of order to put a cap on how much they arewilling to spend or get for a stock. For example, if you have a stock that youreinterested in buying and it is currently trading at $15, you can place a limit orderfor $20 and the order will be filled at any price between $15 and $20. This is agood technique to use in volatile stocks where you want to place a trade but the This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 20
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zeccoprice is moving rapidly, or where you are trying to build up a position and you arewilling to buy within a certain price range.StopA stop order is a buy or sell order in which you indicate that you want to sell atcertain price or better. For example, if you see that a stock is selling for $10 butyou want to buy it for $8 or less, you can place a stop order for $8 and if thestock reaches that price, it will trigger the order and you will buy your stock forthat price. (If it does not reach that price, your order will not be filled). Likewise, ifyou own a stock that is currently selling for $15 and you want to sell itautomatically at $20 or higher, you can place a stop order of $20 so that if theprice touches $20, it will trigger the order and sell at that price (or higher).While a stop order might not always be filled, it is a good way to make sure thatyou get out with a nice profit or you cut your losses, especially if you are notalways going to be near your computer. Some investors place stop orders on allof their stocks as soon as they buy them in order to automate the sale. (Justmake sure that you choose "GTC" as the duration so that the order will remain ineffect until it is filled).Stop LimitA stop limit, as you can imagine is the combination of the two order types above.In effect, you are creating a "window" in which you are willing to buy or sell a This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 21
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zeccostock. The limit-portion of the order creates the outside price and the stop-portionof the order creates the inside price.For example, lets say that you want to buy a stock. The stock is currently sellingfor $10. You dont want to buy it yet but you want to buy it if it starts to achievesome upward momentum so you set a stop limit order. The stop price is $12 andthe limit price is $20. Your order will start to be filled once the price reaches $12and it will continue to be filled up until the price reaches $20.Trailing StopA trailing stop is way to help manage your profits. Remember that a stop order isan open order that is "triggered" when the stock price reaches a specified point.A trailing stop is a type of stop order that moves in conjunction with the marketprice.Lets look at an example: If you buy a stock for $20 and you set up a regular stoporder (which you read about above) for $15 (just in case the price goes down andyou want to get out with some of your money still intact), you might feel goodabout stepping away from your computer for a short time. Should the price dropto $15, your order will be filled. But lets say that the price doesnt go down.Instead, it goes up to $50. Your stop order is still for $15! Youre not ready to sellit yet but you also don’t want to sell if the price plummets to $15. If the pricedrops from $50, you might want to get out with some profit. This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 22
    • Trade Like A Pro With ZeccoA trailing stop order is the answer. A trailing stop is an order that trades at apercentage of the market price. So if you have a 20% trailing stop order in place,the price can drop from $50 to $45 (thats only 10%) and nothing happens but ifthe price drops from $50 to $40 (20%) it triggers the sell order. Lets say that thestock doesnt drop to $40 but continues to climb up to $100. Your trailing stoporder continues to "trail" behind the market price so just in case the price drops20% from the market price, the order will be filled and youll protect some of yourprofits. This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 23
    • Trade Like A Pro With Zecco Wrap-UpThanks to the internet, stock markets have never been more accessible toinvestors. Today, investors dont need a full service representative to advisethem. They can educate themselves and invest according to their own interests.Zecco makes it easy with its robust, helpful tools and intuitive user interface. Youcan join Zecco without knowing very much about the market at all and within notime youll be trading like a pro! Check them out at: Zecco.com This guide is neither affiliated nor endorsed by Zecco Trading, Inc. 24
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