Many traditional traders still look at technical charts with skepticism, at least in public. Most discretionary traders user charts at the very least for tactical purposes, such… Read more "The harmony in price movements"
We trust machines to make decisions for us, why wouldn’t we trust a “machine” like our brain that is capable of far more complex deductions? In a…… Read more “Before artificial intelligent, there was once the gut”
Trading commodities can be a rollercoaster. Learning how to trade is a rollercoaster inside a tumbler ride! The learning process can be so intense and painful, at… Read more "How I got out of the hole"
This isn’t a new concept. In fact, it can be applied to many facets of business and life in general. The beautiful thing about trading is that…… Read more “Right idea + bad execution = losses”
I made brief reference to a stop run action in this post and I just wanted to give you a more clear example. This is Soybeans on a…… Read more “Classic stop run action. One way the big traders squash the little ones.”
A couple of weeks ago I posted about my intentions to finish the first year of “small-time” trading in the black and that I wouldn’t let the current…… Read more “Down to 2 trades.”
Here is a very good presentation by Anton Kreil a former Goldman Sachs trader, turned educator. If you get past the sales pitch and coarse language (not safe…… Read more “One of the most honest seminars on trading I’ve ever watched”
Sometimes, the most painful trades are not the ones that, following our trading plan, produce a loss. Rather, the trades that we miss and eventually produce fantastic…… Read more “The most painful trades are the ones we miss. Here is a spectacular one. Yet, it was wrong…”
Trading has often been compared to gambling. The comparison is generally done because the decision processes are similar: guess a direction, make a bet, win or lose…… Read more “Could you be addicted to trading?”
Trying out with the video...