How would you describe your overall experience of the competition? Did you take it seriously or was it more a bit of fun for you and your team?
This time we have approached the WSDT in a different way. We have the experience of the last calls from the WSDT and this has made us face the competition differently. We have managed to keep the account until the last day, doing the best Trading that we could, with the aim of scoring.
It has been a complete challenge for us because although it is not scored by teams, we wanted to give the maximum value to the TradingCero Team members with the live shows that we do every day on YouTube, making them longer with the objective of having a place where they can share their analysis and operations for as long as possible during the competition.
What advice would you give to new traders who have tested the waters of day trading with you in the competition and are preparing to face the challenges of the real world?
These competitions are the perfect scenario for people who want to get closer to the world of Trading to do so without any kind of risk or investment. It is an excellent experience for people who have never done Trading on a professional platform like the one offered in the competition.
Once the competition is over the only advice that I would give a person who has never done trading in real life is to analyze the experience that they have had and if they liked it, take advantage of the Tradenet training packages on offer to get experience of an account funded by a moderate investment.
Did you change your business strategy to adapt to the competition? Did you take more risks, or play safer than you usually do?
Yes, of course. We established the risks for each operation and checked newspapers other than those that we normally have with the aim of making the most of all the Competition’s Trading sessions without being disqualified.