arildbull posted: I think every trader should keep working on improving their trades by constantly learning and gaining the required knowledge.
True, But how should one work on improving their trades. Do you suggest any techniques?
I was never able to really grasp it until I was willing to test every single indicator with a long data spreadsheet to analyze my every trade, I could see where I was weak and where I was strong, I focused on the trades that I seem to be constantly good at and then cultivate that skill until today I now RARELY lose money on a trade. I used to be sooooo shitty I gave up on trading altogether, but really what I needed was a break. I came back and saw charts in a way I had never seen charts before. Today I give signals to my Forex Alerts group. Never once have I given out a trade that did not work. One of my students sent me a very nice long voicemail about how much her trading has improved since working with me and how she is happy to be able to pay the bills as a single mother.
Conclusion: You MUST be very determined to find YOURSELF, what you believe in and what you wish to be as a trader. Visualize it every day. It will happen if you have pure heart intentions of accomplishing it.
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