This is from trade2win. It looks pretty good and I plan to use it along with Van Tharp's questions in TYWTFF to create my own.
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DislikedI've gone through the original again and cut it down to the basics questions & answers. The narrative is 1st person so the questions are directed straight to you - ask them out loud to yourself to see the effect.
I've added the question bank from Van Tharp's TYWTFF and revised some of the chapter heading. The sample answers are from Tom Basso (my favourite New Market Wizard). You will notice the difference in style from Tim's answers which are a bit too frivolous for my liking but it would take too much time to revise them also.
At the end there are 7 appendices to fill in - they're pretty basic at the moment but you can make them what you want. I will rework them in later versions of the template.
The whole document is more than 30 pages before you start filling it in. I would think that it might grow to 100 pages for me, including all the charts I will put in the appendices. I have also a ton of back-testing annotations to do as well as the forward testing I'm currently doing.
So this means that it will probably take me another couple of months at least, and perhaps several more revisions to follow before I'm done. So it will have to be done along with demoing and work.
Feel free to take it and make it your own. There will still be mistakes, typos etc in it to fix or perhaps you can add new or edit existing sections. Any contributions gladly welcomed on this or a new thread. I've saved mine as an Open Office template, so you can do the same with the Word version.
Finally I think that Tim might be a follower of Van Tharp, looking from the sections and questions. I think he's read at least one of this books. This is a huge benefit to me since I've checked TYWTFF against his document and a lot of the key parts seem to have been covered.
(I notice that the word doc bulleting gets screwed up on saving so that is something you will have to fix yourself.)Ignored
I know that some if not most of you guys out there are IT professionals like I used to be.Ignored
Dislikedthank you everybody for sharing your trading plan...
but i still do not understand... (sorry)....
how can i make money with those plan?
stupid question i think.... but i need a plan to make money in forex trading..
somebody can help me please...
thanks in advanceIgnored