But I do not find any trade on forum that will properly explain their profitable strategy. They mainly try to get me to sign up to their 'service' or robot. I just want to be told what the secret is
And this is part of the problem......
I just want to be told what the secret is
New traders think there is some magical secret to making millions over night in the markets and such.
There is no 'hidden secret' or 'elite robot' or 'special super elite secret training course' that is going to guarantee you millions of dollars in profits.
Markets can only do 1 of 3 things.
1] The price can move up.
2] The price can stay the same.
3] The price can move down.
That's it. That's all there is to it.
When the market moves up, go long.
When the market moves down, go short
When the market stays the same, don't do anything at all.
Just wait for a high probability entry point, candle pattern, or swing point, or whatever method of entry you find to be the most accurate for YOUR understanding of the market, and then place a trade.
Use a REASONABLE stoploss.
Use a REASONABLE takeprofit.
Trade SMALL ticket sizes.
If you enter with a small ticket size, you can always stack additional tickets into your trade basket and cover them with your winning ticket profits, etc etc etc.
When you have a winning trade, let it run it's course, move your SL level to just above entry price for break even, then just wait patiently for the trade to hit the TP target.
People complain there aren't professional traders on forums and such... Do you know WHY that is?
It's because professional traders get sick and tired of new traders complaining that no one will tell them the secrets, or suddenly the new trader thinks they've found the holy grail and they don't listen to reason when the professional trader tells them not to do something, AND even when they ARE told a winning strategy a new trader will STILL lose money and they don't follow the trading rules.
And then of course there is the emotional issues of it all.
I could go on, but I think you can see what I'm saying here right?