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My strategy in a nutshell

James_Bond
Mar 22 2011 at 07:47
556 posts
Great trading..

I've also noticed the account started trading on January. Did you encounter a margin call before with the system? As you've saying you've been trading it for over a year now.

Voffi (Voffi)
Mar 22 2011 at 13:07
64 posts
No, I've never had a margin call.

I have been trading the same methodology for a year.

A person is only limited by the thoughts he chooses.
James_Bond
Mar 22 2011 at 13:59
556 posts

Voffi posted:
    No, I've never had a margin call.

I have been trading the same methodology for a year.


Got it.

So can you elaborate on the trading system?

Voffi (Voffi)
Mar 23 2011 at 12:25
64 posts
wilkinson posted:
    
Voffi posted:
    No, I've never had a margin call.

I have been trading the same methodology for a year.


Got it.

So can you elaborate on the trading system?


anything more specific you want to know?

A person is only limited by the thoughts he chooses.
James_Bond
Mar 23 2011 at 12:36
556 posts

Voffi posted:
    
wilkinson posted:
    
Voffi posted:
    No, I've never had a margin call.

I have been trading the same methodology for a year.


Got it.

So can you elaborate on the trading system?


anything more specific you want to know?


Well, I thought the trading system methodology question is quite specific... 😀

Voffi (Voffi)
Mar 23 2011 at 12:58
64 posts
well, in my first post I described what makes up in short, my trading style and methodology. As you see there, there are a few points stressed, like. Money management, risk management, trading psychology and technical analysis. These are all elements that make up my trading system.

So. Could you please be more specific :) I don't feel like writing a book on this thread :)

A person is only limited by the thoughts he chooses.
Voffi (Voffi)
Mar 24 2011 at 21:03
64 posts
Anybody, feel free to ask me questions. I'll answer them as well as I can.

regards, Stefan.

A person is only limited by the thoughts he chooses.
speki
Mar 24 2011 at 21:13
735 posts
Why do you think the mortality rate is so high among traders?
Would you recommend any books?

Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
halionfx
Mar 24 2011 at 21:41
36 posts
everything you need to be profitable is available for free on the internet.


Voffi (Voffi)
Mar 25 2011 at 05:33
64 posts
speki posted:
    Why do you think the mortality rate is so high among traders?
Would you recommend any books?


I think it all boils down to a few elements that need to be in order. Money management, risk management, trading psychology and the trading analysis. If a trader doesnt develope one of the elements properly, It could be fatal for his account.

naah, well perhaps 'Reminiscences of a Stock Operator' but mostly for its entertaining value, but I guess some lessons can be learned from it. I learned to trade through studying price action and technical analysis since february last year. I began studying 24/7 and after 2 monrhs (beginning of april) I joined the james16group. I specialized in a system there called the BASE system, one of the teachers at the james16group, the one that was developing the base system, me and him have talked a lot together, and I've learned a lot from him. There were other teachers at the J16group, one teaches trading psychology, a couple teach PA/TA and or have their own system they've developed. I also learned risk and money management from the threads there by the techers. But at the end of August I took a break. I was taking such long hours studying and trading that I started dreaming almost every night about the trades I was in. The break lasted until january.

Regards, Stefán.

A person is only limited by the thoughts he chooses.
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