Discussion in 'Professional Trading' started by Vincent S. Ashmore, Jan 26, 2016.
Trust your strategy and exclude human factor
So random entries plus risk management yield positive expectancy and thus profit? That's hard for me to believe. Making money in the markets is predicated on being right about something. Risk management helps mitigate the times when we are not right.
being right + risk management = profitability
Prudent Risk Management is all that is available to the retail trader. It IS the edge.
If it flies
It's cheaper to rent it
"Trust" by itself is a human factor, isn't it?
OMFG LOL! Logically, that is correct! Can't fault it! hahahahaha
Mr. Spock, Mr. Tuvok and Mr. Data would be proud!
the only human factor applicable
stay away from flashy financial professionals
DON'T listen to financial experts & financial news .
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