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Keeping a checklist

Michihito
Jan 10 at 12:20
298 messages
To filter out trade signals we should keep a checklists. Before opening any trade open the checklists. I think each trader ought to have an checklists to take after. It lessens the likelihood to commit errors.

deckking
Feb 03 at 10:10
21 messages
Yes, keeping a checklist is a good way of filtering trade signals. Very good suggestion, thank you.

TroyS
Feb 03 at 11:43
17 messages
True. What does your checklist comprise of? Can you share some points?

leahmclaughlin
Feb 08 at 10:48
20 messages
Yes, checklists really help in reducing the errors and are quite beneficial for a trader. They should make good use of it.

Molodicar
Feb 08 at 11:14
7 messages
Doctors and airline pilots all have check lists before they do any important task. It follows that traders should as well

hitterbull
Feb 11 at 12:45
32 messages
Keeping a checklist sounds nice but for a trader like me who has only lost due to forex signals, there is no way that can help. I don’t think that I will ever use forex signals.

CraigMcG2020
Feb 11 at 13:18
56 messages
Michihito posted:
To filter out trade signals we should keep a checklists. Before opening any trade open the checklists. I think each trader ought to have an checklists to take after. It lessens the likelihood to commit errors.


This is what i do everyday. When i dont do it my results suffer

epeepillock
Mar 02 at 04:32
15 messages
Yes, that is a very good point. I’m sure some of the newbies will find it effective. Thank you for sharing.

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