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jakes90

Member Since Jul 31, 2019  19 posts jakes90 Sep 03 2019 at 09:32
No trading strategy is universally good. Every person has a different trading style and experience and so strategies differ accordingly.

birthtamper

Member Since Sep 03, 2019  10 posts birthtamper Sep 03 2019 at 11:04
jakes90 posted:
No trading strategy is universally good. Every person has a different trading style and experience and so strategies differ accordingly.



There must be universally good strategies out there. If a strategy is truly good and profitable then it will work for all users

Imamul

Member Since Aug 09, 2017  487 posts Imamul Sep 19 2019 at 11:08
its more important to find a better strategy which work at least 70% plus. because most of the trading strategy work for very short time.

steve_25

Member Since Aug 03, 2019  24 posts steve_25 Sep 23 2019 at 06:16
jakes90 posted:
No trading strategy is universally good. Every person has a different trading style and experience and so strategies differ accordingly.


I agree,there is no best strategy at all. Which strategy suits you would depend on how much time can devote to trading, what are your financial goals and risk tolerance etc. Hence, you need to yourself test strategies and find out which strategy works for you and which doesn’t.

Artemsb

Member Since May 31, 2019  11 posts Artemsb Sep 23 2019 at 11:35
Imamul posted:
its more important to find a better strategy which work at least 70% plus. because most of the trading strategy work for very short time.


true! most of the startegies don't work for long time

Artemsb

Member Since May 31, 2019  11 posts Artemsb Sep 23 2019 at 11:36
birthtamper posted:
jakes90 posted:
No trading strategy is universally good. Every person has a different trading style and experience and so strategies differ accordingly.



There must be universally good strategies out there. If a strategy is truly good and profitable then it will work for all users

Don't you think if this is the case then that particular strategy would have been really popular by now

swaggering

Member Since Sep 24, 2019  10 posts swaggering Sep 24 2019 at 11:06
Not necessarily true. People do have the ability to keep things secret. If I had a good strategy then I would not tell anyone.

Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  1189 posts Professional4X Sep 25 2019 at 22:37
Artemsb posted:
birthtamper posted:
jakes90 posted:
No trading strategy is universally good. Every person has a different trading style and experience and so strategies differ accordingly.



There must be universally good strategies out there. If a strategy is truly good and profitable then it will work for all users

Don't you think if this is the case then that particular strategy would have been really popular by now


No. Because if someone has a working system that is applicable to all market conditions, they aren't going to tell anyone about it. Or at least not the full details of it. But even if they DID tell everyone, do you think people would actually pay attention and listen? No of course not, because most people over complicate everything in trading and are always looking for 'fast cash' and 'the holy grail' and trading.


Here.... How about this, I will tell you the EXACT SECRET that everyone overlooks when trading.
This is 100% applicable across ALL market conditions.

You want to know the secret of profitable trading? STOP MAKING BAD TRADES.

The market only do one of three things. That's it, it can't do anything else.

1: The market can go up. (BUY when this happens)
2: The market doesn't do anything substantial. (DON'T TRADE NOW)
3: The market can go down. (SELL when this happens)

There isnt any 'elite secret' other than 'STOP TRADING BADLY'.

Use proper risk management.
Automate where possible.
Trade 100% without emotions.
Use realistic and reasonable STOPLOSS settings.
Use realistic and reasonable TAKEPROFIT settings.

Yes it IS this simple. People over complicate EVERYTHING in trading because honestly they have no idea what they're doing most of the time. Just stop trading stupidly, that's it. Nothing more.

If you use proper risk management, you can become profitable.
When an account gets blown, it's entirely the traders fault.
The EVENT that caused the loss of the account is irrelevant.
The fact that the account is blown IS the traders fault because the account was not protected properly.


If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
jakes90

Member Since Jul 31, 2019  19 posts jakes90 Sep 26 2019 at 09:35
steve_25 posted:
jakes90 posted:
No trading strategy is universally good. Every person has a different trading style and experience and so strategies differ accordingly.


I agree,there is no best strategy at all. Which strategy suits you would depend on how much time can devote to trading, what are your financial goals and risk tolerance etc. Hence, you need to yourself test strategies and find out which strategy works for you and which doesn’t.


Exactly..

Roberto21

Member Since May 02, 2019  282 posts Roberto21 Oct 03 2019 at 11:00
as a newcomer i was successful with BB in demo but when kicked off a live account , this approach not worked as like before , it was my experience about BB.

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