In this episode we discuss a topic that is near the top of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to trading. Whether it be stocks, options, Forex, etc., many people want to know if their personal computer set-up is sufficient enough to get the job done in an efficient manner.
In reality, this topic is actually quite tricky. How so? There is a balancing act that must take place in the sense of you don’t want to spend “too much” of your trading capital on a system that is more than you need; however, at the same time, you don’t want to spend “too little” on a system that won’t allow you to trade to your full potential.
Chezz and myself have a free flowing discussion with Nate, the “geek” who works behind the scenes at ClayTrader.com, about this balancing act and other “techie” areas within the world of financial markets and trading.
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