To make a good trading plan we need to know our strength and weakness. A trading plan should be based on strength. Most people ignore their weakness and try to trade in all kind of situation. It's not good.
cardigan posted: But what constitute a good trading plan?
A trading plan must include how a trader will find and execute trades. It must also be clear in what conditions they will buy and sell securities, the position size they will take, and other rules like when to trade and when not to. As simple as that!
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