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Defination of a Good Trader?
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Chikot

Member Since Jan 14, 2010  2299 posts Chikot Feb 05 2012 at 17:16
I hate too much automation as IMHO it can lead us to this:




or something similar but still not very appealing.
I wonder what those guys in big corporations think when they cut and cut work force and increase level of computerization and automation. Finally, who is going to buy their stuff if everything automated. I strongly believe our current economic predicaments are to the great extent caused by automation that was gutting job markets for decades. Those jobs gone and hamburger flipping ain't going to make a good substitution.


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Michihito

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  137 posts Michihito Sep 23 at 10:41
A good trader is who can make consistent profit over the years. He can do whatever he wish as long as he is making regular profit and not blowing his accounts. He is a good trader according to me.

UweMoench

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  151 posts UweMoench Sep 23 at 12:43
A good trader is very discipline. Discipline is the common quality among successful traders. Strategy may vary from trader to trader but discipline is common among them. Also a good trader can control his emotion and can make regular profit.


Member Since Aug 23, 2020  142 posts ProfitsOnly () Sep 23 at 15:20
Anybody that the sum of his/her winning trades is greater than the losing is a Good Trader.
As a Professional, that is how we defines a good trader.

AliaDare

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  154 posts AliaDare Sep 24 at 00:20
If you want to know a good trader, first you have to see how disciplined he can be. Every trade needs a plan. Trading results are not good without a plan. There are many strategies and it is very important to maintain them. A trader who cannot follow risk management and money management will never be a good trader. A trader who can manage all these things with patience is known as a good trader.

Amber_0302

Member Since Mar 16, 2020  53 posts Amber_0302 Sep 29 at 04:33
A good trader always trade according to his/her strategy and it is good to stick with it. It doesn't matter if you lose few of your trades that will be a experience one can learn from.

Dictiony

Member Since Apr 01, 2020  130 posts Dictiony Sep 29 at 10:06
If you want to become a good trader than you should have good knowledge and skills and also have patience and decipline in his trade.

Gracewilson1995

Member Since Jan 11, 2019  73 posts Gracewilson1995 Sep 29 at 10:46
Winning and losing does not lie in trader's hands but the one who handles all the situations positively is considered as a good trader.

JosefK

Member Since Feb 28, 2014  26 posts JosefK Sep 29 at 12:05
Good traders are very selective, have control over themselves and understand how sheep thinks and acts.


GeorgeBischof

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  225 posts GeorgeBischof Sep 30 at 09:16 (edited Sep 30 at 09:17 )
Good traders are those who can make decisions quickly and perfectly., who have enough knowledge about the market, can make a good strategy.

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