- Last Online:
- Mar 15, 2021
- Using Local Time:
- Joined Forex Factory:
- Jun 2015
Input by GoldenFinger
- Trading From:
- Trading Involvement:
- Institutional Trader
- Trading Since:
- December 2014
- Trading Style(s):
- Event Driven, Fundamental Analyst, Price Action, Technical Analyst
- Markets Traded:
- Equities, Forex, Metals
- Favorite Trading Book:
- reminiscences of a stock operator
- Favorite Trading Quote:
- "The only constant thing in the market is "change" Loss is inevitable, survivability is crucial, adaptability is the holy grail." — Me
- Capital Preservation! Capital Preservation! Capital Preservation!
When a trend backed by fundamental form, it hardly reverse.
When I initiate a position, the only thing I care about is whether there are others enter after me.
Dance with the flow
The major reason why most traders fail is having expectation on something that is unexpectable, which their greed subsequently lead them to their demise
The Answer Seek and you shall find
Ah....finally I found the secret, how to know whether it is a range or trend...perharps by combining time element with S/R?
When there is no fundamental factor, technical will often play a determining factor in shaping price, look for confluence in TA.
Relativity of time and price across all market phase.
short term: order flow-intermarket analysis
medium term: market phsycology, intermarket analysis
long term: macro, intermarket analysis
The other ingredients for successful trading exist outside the chart.
know the best setup to trade, and have the patience to wait for it, is what differentiate the best from the good.
know when not to trade and being able to recognise factors that will cause our edge to be close to random is extremely important (time window, tp/sl size)
market random factor:size of tp/sl+ time before the next impulse move.
the reason why scalping is so hard
try to find the right balance between long term trading and scalping.
Sometimes we focus too much on what should be done, instead of what should't be done