Um den Chat zu nutzen, melden Sie sich bitte an.

Every time I think I've identified a trend & I set my targets it does a 180

Wingandprayer
Jun 03 2020 at 10:41
13 Posts
Look at the trades that worked and compare them with the ones that did a 180. If you find a difference then add that difference to your trading strategy so that you get more winners

Garrian
Jun 03 2020 at 16:16
17 Posts
I don't know exactly what the problem with your trading is, but I think you could use a little improvement in your strategy. Usually this shouldn't happen, which means that you miscalculated somewhere in your strategy. Try to recreate it on your demo account and analyze all the mistakes in more detail. Maybe something will work out of it, it is worth trying.

Tezilkree
Jun 15 2020 at 05:06
57 Posts
You definitely need to analyze your actions.

JAL26
Jun 15 2020 at 07:03
1 Posts
What is 'Every time'? Is that across a month, a week, or a day? Everyone loses trades. The average result for 1906 different hedgefunds is a loss to date of over 4%.... So don't feel too beat up. The market is against you, you just have more learning to do.

https://portal.barclayhedge.com/cgi-bin/indices/displayHfIndex.cgi?indexCat=Barclay-Hedge-Fund-Indices&indexName=Barclay-Hedge-Fund-Index

Calacti
Jun 18 2020 at 12:54
37 Posts
In my opinion, you should evaluate your strategy properly and see where the problem is. Once you identify the problem, improve it and test it. Analyzing everything from scratch will help you to find a solution. Try and understand trading strategies in more detail.

RobSchiz
Jul 29 at 10:52
459 Posts
Calacti posted:
In my opinion, you should evaluate your strategy properly and see where the problem is. Once you identify the problem, improve it and test it. Analyzing everything from scratch will help you to find a solution. Try and understand trading strategies in more detail.

I agree with you.

LyudmilLukanov
Aug 05 at 13:37
644 Posts
Bitte melden Sie sich an, um zu kommentieren.