I am new to trading ...can you suggest where and how to start?


What indicators I should use?

What should be combination of indicators I should use for entry and exit?

Which brokers I should have an account with ?
thanks for sharing
You definitely need to work with a broker that has a fairly high reputation and a lot of clients and there are several options that will really help you.
Definitely need a broker who provides the most favorable conditions, then a beginner, including the help of managers.
Originally posted by Wicenelin

Definitely need a broker who provides the most favorable conditions, then a beginner, including the help of managers.


All you say is correct, a broker should really be reliable and safe, as well as provide the most favorable and simple conditions for a beginner, for example, top managers at <redacted> work very well.
I suggest to copy other successful traders
Hey, guys!
What you can do is to use Yahoo Finance and Nasdaq for watching stocks and coming across news. However, when it comes to obtaining data, I will tell you differently.
I will briefly tell you what my trading style of getting real time and historical data on stocks, SEC filings and analyst ratings data is. Personally, I do not use trading apps, but I use data providers. Since I am a professional Java developer and a beginner trader, I would love to get all data from one source without looking at numerous apps. There is an adequate number of data providers that vary based on pricing, data combination within a package, data accuracy and rapidness of data transfer. I can briefly share my exprience so far. Long story short. I have used polygon (https://polygon.io/), but I was a bit disappointed 'cause they provided me incorrect data (particularly historical balance sheet data and earnings) . Other providers such as intrinio and finnhub seemed too overpriced to me. Currently, I am using tradefeeds (https://tradefeeds.com/) and I am pretty much content. Overall, they are reasonaby priced and provide accurate data. It is up to you if you want to pick up a new way of getting data.
I just wanted to share my experience with you. I hope that I helped. As a a developer, using the best provider in terms of price-quality ratio is what matters to me. :)
All best,
Kushaj
Hey, guys!
What you can do is to use Yahoo Finance and Nasdaq for watching stocks and coming across news. However, when it comes to obtaining data, I will tell you differently.
I will briefly tell you what my trading style of getting real time and historical data on stocks, SEC filings and analyst ratings data is. Personally, I do not use trading apps, but I use data providers. Since I am a professional Java developer and a beginner trader, I would love to get all data from one source without looking at numerous apps. There is an adequate number of data providers that vary based on pricing, data combination within a package, data accuracy and rapidness of data transfer. I can briefly share my exprience so far. Long story short. I have used polygon (https://polygon.io/), but I was a bit disappointed 'cause they provided me incorrect data (particularly historical balance sheet data and earnings) . Other providers such as intrinio and finnhub seemed too overpriced to me. Currently, I am using tradefeeds (https://tradefeeds.com/) and I am pretty much content. Overall, they are reasonaby priced and provide accurate data. It is up to you if you want to pick up a new way of getting data.
I just wanted to share my experience with you. I hope that I helped. As a a developer, using the best provider in terms of price-quality ratio is what matters to me. :)
All best,
Kushaj