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Amirzayyani

Member Since May 13, 2019  1 posts Scientist Trader (Amirzayyani) May 16 at 06:31
Hello traders, I want to know how can we develop a strategy for our self? I am interesting in elliott waves, how can I improve my self in this method? I have almost read every source about this topic, yet I cannot do the right trade. Please tell me what should I doconfused

walpants

Member Since Feb 07, 2019  42 posts walpants May 27 at 11:53
have you tried youtube? i dont know much about elliott wave but i find a lot of good videos on there about other stuff, i guess practice is key to getting it right.

Diego99

Member Since May 27, 2019  6 posts Diego99 May 28 at 11:50
right, youtube is the best way to learn, you get visual examples of the strategy and how it works,

DeutschDom

Member Since May 22, 2019  8 posts DeutschDom May 29 at 05:51
I have watched so many youtube video and read so much over 5 years and still I don't really have a firm strategy that works. I do not know if I every will (or anyone else really has a winning strategy)

Gabor33

Member Since Dec 09, 2016  44 posts Gabor33 Jun 02 at 07:27
DeutschDom posted:
I have watched so many youtube video and read so much over 5 years and still I don't really have a firm strategy that works. I do not know if I every will (or anyone else really has a winning strategy)


before wasting 5 more years, try to get yourself into fundamental analysis, few months and your results will improve a lot

Treeny

Member Since Feb 08, 2019  84 posts Treeny Jun 02 at 14:08
Elliott Waves are an advanced topic and not where a beginner trader should be starting. I advice you do as Gabor says above...

45656

Member Since Jun 29, 2019  62 posts 45656 Jul 12 at 12:47
A trader can either follow the footsteps of successful traders who are developing their own trading strategies or he can try to develop some trading approaches for him as per his knowledge and expertise level. Usually if you are a beginner, then pro traders suggest that try something completely new can be risky. Rather it can be better to acquire basic understanding with the adoption of established trading strategy here.

jamesgwyther

Member Since Aug 05, 2017  269 posts jamesgwyther Jul 12 at 14:49
walpants posted:
have you tried youtube? i dont know much about elliott wave but i find a lot of good videos on there about other stuff, i guess practice is key to getting it right.


Ditto Trade is a good youtube channel with videos for learning.

jamesgwyther

Member Since Aug 05, 2017  269 posts jamesgwyther Jul 12 at 14:50
Amirzayyani posted:
Hello traders, I want to know how can we develop a strategy for our self? I am interesting in elliott waves, how can I improve my self in this method? I have almost read every source about this topic, yet I cannot do the right trade. Please tell me what should I doconfused


Keep practising and demo trading.

And keep a journal.

What mistakes are you making?

cliffard

Member Since Jul 11, 2019  6 posts cliffard Jul 15 at 10:20
jamesgwyther posted:
walpants posted:
have you tried youtube? i dont know much about elliott wave but i find a lot of good videos on there about other stuff, i guess practice is key to getting it right.


Ditto Trade is a good youtube channel with videos for learning.

i also subscribed ditto trade on youtube, very helpful channel, good videos.

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