Discussion in 'Trading Journals' started by joepippin, Sep 1, 2014.
hahahahahahha....lolololololol ;D ) :thumbsup:
p.s.: now we all need to spam jack, you better hurry up
joe, are you trading live funds btw? or still demo?
i also see that sometimes there seems to be no SL on the chart for the trades (or just the adjusted SL at BE). how do you handle these? and also (not trying to belittle your success) in that regard: for the future it might be more useful to measure in terms of R multiples instead of pure pips.
jack wrote something about R multiples somewhere if you're interested.
p.s.: you might want to take a look at the MAE stats on myfxbook for your account. that way you could determine a reasonable SL for yourself.
I always have a SL... I'm always showing LIVE account trades. If your not moving your Stop To BE then you are giving back profits and that's indicative of profitable trading. IMO...
I've linked my account to Myfxbook for personal knowledge. To see what id gain from it.
I got a bunch of gwize knowledge and interesting enough I found out what days and what pairs I was what most profitable on.
Myfxbook isn't the end all be all. It won't solve your problems once ICT shares his. I promise.
i liked it also but not as much as the post to gg ;D
yeah no, i know about the SL to BE part. since you meant you had problems with RM, i thought a reasonable initial SL might be part of the issue. and with this the MAE stats can help. on one trade your adjusted SL (it was adjusted, because it was exactly at a high that was put in place after your entry) was like 50 or 60 pips. if you average >100 pips per trade it is fine of course. but just saying there might be a relation between your RM issues, risk-reward, and SL. if you have not had a single loss this month, then that's no issue of course
Ah I hear you now. Naw my Risk Management issue is that I take more then one trade a day. So I Don't Abide by OneShotOneKill... For now at least... Of Course I take losses. Everyone does. Because of the way I trade the risk model of cutting your next trade in half after loss doesn't seem to work well with me because I have multiple trades open at one time. I've recently and I mean recently come up with a risk model that allows me to have multiple trades open but also able to abide by the "reverse Martingale system". That's at least what I call it for now.
I suspect your balance is <$2,000 and that you would stop producing videos after busting your first account that WAS over $2,000
Feel free to link up that Myfxbook to prove me wrong, that'd be a real show!
Not sure why you wanted to pick a fight after I made a comment about the "Like" feature. Have an explanation?
I can assure you my account will eventually be uploaded to myfxbook publicly.
I can also assure its over 2k.
I can also assure you that most if not all of what you say usually holds no value to anyone's thread including mine.
alright, just be careful. Unless you have experience losing money in some other venture. You just seem new and overconfident. I actually think your videos are well done.
One of few who've have lasted.
I lose and make money just like anyone else.
I promise you I'm not here for some complex to disprove ICT.
Nor do I follow like a complete idiot to what he says.
I trade by my own analysis completely avoiding his video's these day's, unless it's related to the MMSeries
just know that I would've never said another word on your precious thread if you hadn't mentioned me! remember that for next time, perhaps
I can only hope you don't say another word on this thread, or anyone else's!
arty: Nice work Joe. arty:
I really miss the videos you were producing, you seemed to be just getting into the swing of things with them. I was finding them very helpful in my insight and analysis. If you decide to produce any in the future that would be awesome bnj:.
Here's an Unedited 36min Video of me going through Cable and Fiber. Blending ICT concepts and showing SMT.
Pretty good Video imo.
Didn't quite call the high of the day, it passed my expectations.
Download for better quality.
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