The Thief of Wall Street
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DislikedLet's see if we get permission from the moderators for this thread title.
Intention is to share trading experience.Ignored
I have received several PMs and emails regarding how I trade.
A number of people see my posts all over the forum and ....................
No! not again.
May I request willing ladies and gentlemen to contribute their trading experiences that gave them most joy or pain.Ignored
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Let's get started.
A drunk was in front of a judge. The judge says "You've been brought here for drinking." The drunk says "Okay, let's get started."Ignored
DislikedLet me give a push to this thread by starting with my own experience.
I am reading posts on forex forums for many years, but yet to find a person who traded the way I used to trade. In many years of demo trading I noticed a phenomenon that pa reacts to time element. I prepared a clock based on price behavior. The observation for each hour was something like that:
If price goes in one direction it keeps on going in that particular direction in first 25 minutes of the hour. Then it goes in the opposite direction from minute 26 to 30. From minute...Ignored
Chicky can u please go more in-depth about the minutes thing? Is that a simple average of the movement of a certain pair/instrument?
can u go more on the detail with the topic?Ignored
Same here chicks, i have a somewhat connection to the fact of not giving up. Its from my dad's blood probably.
Yes, i have noticed that as well, and merged it with my analysis as a sort of expectation of what each session might bring.
Its still too broad. Its really logical, but i still want the overlooked topics. Astrology. Gann. Fibonacci, while everyone looks for ea's, and cheat indicators that 'reveal future movement'.
ill show you what crap im talking about. I never used it, it came with some package from this site,...Ignored
DislikedThis afternoon I had lunch with a guy who has invested a couple of hundred thousand dollars in stock market. He is not a trader but an investor. He has a very simple logic and style which made a lot of sense. There are no tps or sls or whatever technicals. He invests when condtions are right. If conditions go bad he liquidates his investment and re-invests again when conditions improve. His profit/loss varies from 15% to 20% per in and out but ins and outs are not based on any % of gain or loss just the economic condtions in general. That's all...Ignored
DislikedYou can trade stocks that way, and forex and every other market out there like that. I have comfort knowing i can visually see what price is actually doing. Nice you know rich dudes. You must be rich as well
Yet you seem down-to-earth in a way. Thats goodIgnored
DislikedLOL. Everybody has a different trading philosophy and style.
It all depends what's your definition of rich. Being wealthy is more important than just being rich. A person with money is only rich, but a person with health, education, knowledge, honesty, good character and values, regardless of amount of money in his/her possession is wealthy. All my friends are wealthy.Ignored
Disliked......... I paid off my friend his share of 42 cents and continuted with that account with a revised target of $100,000 but with a new method. I still logon to that account two to three times a week........Ignored
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