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MiladyMystique Nov 17, 17 12:06 AM

"Don't measure water depth WITH both feet", ie. don't get in over your head. Great first blog, and a lot of good points. I would like to suggest one thought... It's perfectly fine to copy someone else's strategy tick for tick in the beginning because you may not really know who you are yet as a trader. Newbies might not know that xyz makes them really uncomfortable and that efg would actually work better given their personality, schedule, etc.

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MiladyMystique Nov 17, 17 12:07 AM

It's only from going through what another trader is doing that you realise, "hey, that actually might work better if I did it this way".

MaTes
MaTes Nov 21, 17 1:30 PM

Great! Thank you for feedback. You are 100% right.

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Torkers
Torkers Nov 16, 17 5:44 PM

The greatest lessons comes from our biggest losses - it has to sting in your wallet to really remember it - this is unfortunatly so true - you will remember this next time and do better - thats whats important - remember - this is not a sprint - its a maraton! Study hard and GL

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asfricksrs Nov 10, 17 5:47 PM

It is a journey that will yield results if we do due diligence....study...study...study

Noble1222
Noble1222 Nov 12, 17 11:00 AM

let's not forget many of the guru's took 9 plus months to get consistent. and many of them had some bog losses even after they were consistent. we don't have to study 17 hrs a day or ever make 100k per year. my life will be dramatically improved if i make 1k to 2 k permonth and even if it takes 2 yrs to get there it can work. just don't run out of money and don't quit.

huperauxano
huperauxano Nov 15, 17 7:20 PM

After looking at your trades, maybe you could size down to 100 shares. You may be trading too big a position size relative to your experience. While studying is valuable, so is trading and so is learning from losses on real trades. Just do it small and get better THEN size up as your confidence and experience grows. Good luck!

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