Day Trading Rooms
What are day trading rooms? They are online; subscription based trading chat
rooms that are moderated by professionals who are focused on providing members
inside the trading rooms with potential profitable trades or ‘calls’. These
trading rooms can be for traders interested in day trading stocks, forex
(currencies) and futures. Depending on which market you want to day trade, the
trading room you participate in can vary by the hours of availability.
Subscribing members will log into a members area to access the specific trading
room of their choice. Members will have the ability to chat with other members
and moderators, via text chat, inside the trading room. When moderators post
potential ‘calls’ via text chat in the room, members can decide whether to take
a position, at their discretion. Members are able to see ‘open positions’ or
current ‘calls’ that the moderators are working inside the trading rooms.
Moderators may provide alerts to members inside the trading rooms to consider
taking some profits, as the position is ‘running’, or moving in the direction
long or short, per the call. This action is an effort to enable members to
potentially turn profits, depending on the actual entry by the member.
Moderators have no way to monitor positions taken by members thus; performance
logged is by the ‘call’ in the trading room and not of an actual trade made.
Moderators will post alerts to consider closing out an open position inside the
day trading rooms when they feel a ‘call’ is done. When a consider exit is
called, that particular ‘call’ is cleared out from the open positions and the
position is closed out for performance purposes based on the final alert given
which would be the maximum profit potential, for that call. Performance is based
on best case scenario only and not meant to imply an actual trade was made on
that call, while inside the trading room.
Trading success by a day trader while inside a trading room is based on their
individual trading skills and trading strategy utilized. A day trading room
includes professional guidance provided for day traders of potentially
profitable long or short positions under consideration.
A day trading room for stocks in the U.S. markets would be most useful during
the time of operational hours for the New York Stock Exchange – Monday through
Friday from 9:30 am until 4:00 pm Eastern Time. These rooms will generally be
most active beginning at 8:00 am Eastern Time, during the pre-market trading
session on Wall Street.
While ‘calls’ or potential trades to consider taking are given in day trading
rooms, traders should not ‘expect’ to duplicate performance logged since there
will be seconds that lapse from the time a call is ‘spotted’ by the trading room
moderator and the time the ‘call’ is posted in the trading room. The
professional moderators in day trading rooms post ‘calls’ manually thus, the
time lapse from the initial price posted and the price a member sees, will vary
because the markets do not pause for anyone. The key to success for potential
day trading ‘calls’ given from a professional day trading room is entering a
position, at the time the ‘call’ is made.
The purpose of a day trading room is to give participating members an ‘edge’ by
having a professional provide tips on a potential long or short position in a
particular stock, forex currency pair or futures symbol. Alerts are given when
any particular position is being ‘watched’ to give members the opportunity to
look at the potential symbol, for possible entry. Again, due to the lapse of
time in seconds, there is no need to try to duplicate a posted entry but try to
follow the moderator when a ‘call’ is made. Consider entering a position for a
‘call’, at the time the ‘call’ is made.
While the moderators in the day trading rooms will post notices as the position
is moving, each trader remains responsible for their individual trading
strategy. Just like a day trader cannot duplicate performance from these calls,
each trader must determine their point of exit as well. Day trading room
moderators are a guide for day traders, they don’t trade each members trading
If you are interested in a forex day trading room, hours of operation can vary
greatly and trading hours will depend on the actual currency market a day trader
decides to trade.
Currency markets trading time is as follows:
New York session: 8:00am to 5:00 pm ET
Sydney session: 5:00 pm to 2:00am ET
London session: 3:00am to 12:00 noon ET
Tokyo session: 7:00 pm to 4:00am ET
There are Forex trading hours when two sessions overlap. Those overlapping are
New York and London Currency markets: 8:00am to 12:00 noon ET
Sydney / Tokyo Currency markets: 7:00 pm to 2:00 am ET
London / Tokyo Currency markets: 3:00am to 4:00am ET