We have no real finish line in trading, everything is possible. But that is also a disadvantage. Imagine a ball game without rules. Some people show up with tennis rackets others with baseball bats. Maybe nobody made a rule how long one game should last. And nobody would know
So what do you want from trading? Good results is probably the answer. But what are good results? While profit obviously depends on a system that produces good results, it might mean something entirely different for each trader. Maybe I am trading a different kind of account type, a different
Some things seem to be very unlikely, but that doesn’t mean that it can not happen. Last week we had a course member who had an unrealistic account statement and it turned out that the broker closed one of his trades for an exotic trading instrument with a negative take profit span.
From time to time I get the questions why I don’t trade this or that thing, like Gold or Crypto currencies. Well, I don’t have strict rules about what I do or don’t trade, but there are a few things that I consider to be important. The first thing is liquidity.
Some indicators are more popular than others. The MACD oscillator is used by a lot of people, but most of the time they will use it to filter trend signals. Oscillators are shown in a separate window below the candles and they can produce buy and sell signals. Actually this is not what they are
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