maherc12

Book suggestion: The Trading Book by Anne-Marie Baiynd A professional trading coach shows you how to qualify a trade and avoid bad entries.

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Book suggestion: The Trading Book by Anne-Marie Baiynd A proffesional trading coach shows your how to qualify a trade and avoid bad entries.

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Benny

@Benny just became a fully transparent trader today!

maherc12
maherc12 May 08, 3:53 PM

Great trade. What strategy are you focusing on?

Benny
Benny May 08, 4:14 PM

Supper nova, with news and proved to be strong to close. I missed dip entry at 2,16ish.

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Craigtradesthis
Craigtradesthis Feb 10, 10:17 AM

So, went on a week long or so hiatus to read and learn in an effort to stop overtrading and chasing strength or weakness. I have never traded 100k in one position! I think it has something to do with my trade imports, which I am still getting used to. My swings have been fine I guess. my biggest issue has been setting risk/ reward that is suitable to me. I want only very high reward to risk as I'm sure everyone does.....The only issue is I have a hard time setting levels for risk reward that all

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Craigtradesthis Feb 10, 10:18 AM

that allow me to make a few grand without risking over a grand.....and I'm trading for a living so its hard to just say "wait for the good plays" and "don't trade everyday".

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maherc12 May 17, 4:02 PM

I have found that trading only the stocks with big volume and volitility is best. When the bollanger bands go vertical, big volume comes in and price is pushing above the 9 EMA, trading is fun. Good book- The Trading Book by Anne-Marie Baiynd a pro tading coach. I have been struggling with poor entries, so I am playing only the best setups.

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richfan
richfan Mar 04, 17 2:44 PM

Your seeds of perseverance will grow and reap your fruits of success! Enjoy watching your journey. It shows that trading is not easy but your diligence and your efforts will be rewarded!

Yultrader
Yultrader Mar 05, 17 1:18 AM

Good to see improvements. Trading on a schedule is surely making things more complicated.

Jonk87
Jonk87 Mar 05, 17 12:18 PM

@Yultrader Ya still not there tho but getting closer :-) I'm also a bit all over the place only trade close but trying to alter jobs to have more full-days at market :-)

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maherc12 Mar 30, 17 8:27 PM

I am reading Techniques of Tape Reading by Vadym Graifer. Finding it helpful on making the transition from a new trader trading randomly to a trader that trades with the price action of the market.

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