I think the question now is how to distinguish the "random trends" from the "tradable trends"?
Agree? That may be "what separates...
Here is the point.
Can I tade a "trend" generated by tossing a coin with TA?
Then a second question is which trend I can trade and which not?
Which reminds me that traders must understand and use the market drivers, and using TA in order to "organise" the trades by themselves ?? :)
Trend means by definition non random movement. How trend can be random then?
The question is to distinguish real trend from something that is...
Winning % = 46%;
Avg Win / Avg Loss = 1,27
So what's happenning? The 5% of the "profitable" traders are profitable on Demo accounts?? :confused:
Lets see the next week performance :)
Can't you fully automate trading? Why do you use assistances?
Then why traders avoid speaking about their trading?
Do they hide anything??
interesting thread! Congrats!
I have few questions, if you'd like to ans:
1. What is the objective of your journal?
2. How long...
this sounds really good :D
You are lucky.
If it was so trading the markets would be easy.:)
So you allow that THE MARKET chases YOU !!!
Why you need an invisible stop order?
You think you are enough valuble for the market??
Does anybody care about you?
Long during downtrend?
I have a question for traders trading US stocks:
How do you perform after the drop of DJIA on 6 of May? Do you find meaningful trends to trade?
Yes, I'm not going to read it anymore, This thread has really no value.
Anyway I put a short set up for day traders.
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