Hi Don_xyZ, an interesting thread you have, I'll try to read it. It's nice to see ideas spreading across FF, e.g. I'm about to read skfx's threads from beginning to end. The only problem is I'm very busy with my other commitments now and have not traded or had the time for reading for a few weeks now (it's good to be making money at the grind though, since my trading is still sub-par in terms of p&l despite sn interesting thread ). Having had a look at your thread introduction, I have one insight from my experience to share. I monitored my performance on myfxbook some time ago, and the discovery I made was that I'm hugely profitable in terms of pips, risk-reward and all that, but I was still losing money because losers happened to be when I had bigger size on, somewhere upwards of 0.4 lot, i.e. real money on the line that can buy a dinner or pay a bill, not just trying out this or that or playing smart but small. Which led me to some hard thinking and to some conclusions, and the most important one is that this is a mental game in the first place: a winner's attitude/beliefs and actions. And since winning matters, and since winning is possible from BE up, and since there are several probabilities and a few games in play at any time, and all is a flux, so this thread was born. I'm excited to see that others like it, too, so please feel free to contribute while I'm having my busy days.
"To the busy day / To the idle play"