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Typical long & short trade entry + pretrade measured price objectives
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Truths About Trading
Years after the day I started trading when it dawned on me that much, maybe most of what is held out to be solid trading info is false. Trading is a simple (but not easy) combined act of the following…
- believe what you see => trust the system
- focus on risk/loss control at ALL times
- minimal trades are always preferred (resist over-trading)
- determine where/when price direction exists (trend)
- determine where/when sideways chop exists (avoid)
- identify key turning points on your chart (resistance and support)
- develop a method of trade entry around these key S/R zones
- determine a risk-loss limit balanced between $$ amount and price behavior
- determine a profit-objective plan based on $$ amount and price behavior
- set a daily max-loss limit based on $$ amount and price behavior
- select a daily profit-objective based on $$ amount and price behavior
That’s the equation. Pretty cut and dried. If and when you manage to put all of those pieces together, then you have a long-term winning = profitable approach.
Unfortunately the term “trading system” is misleading and misused in our industry. The literal meaning of that is for a black & white, rigid set of rules for trades entry/stop/exit parameters. For a whole lot of practical and fundamental reasons, bonafide trading “systems” do not work on the retail trader level over a sustained length of time. Period, end of story.
CM Methods Of Trading
The good news is you can have a defined set of structured guidelines and parameters to base your personal choices for trade entry, stops management and chosen profit exits. All of those equal parts to a trade’s execution can be defined in objective fashion. Each and every trader who knows this method of trading will see the exact-same thing while using identical charts.
Of course the reality is that traders will use various charts with various settings for various market symbols. This is what ensures that any method or approach cannot be rendered worthless due to trader “saturation” where too many market orders in the same exact price location would overwhelm said market. The ability for each trader to personalize his or her charts and approach is the fundamental reason why those traders can use the same approach with similar charts for similar results overall.
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