Here we go. The postings for the coming weeks are all related to the subjects/tools that I am studying and implementing into my trading plan. The first thing I need to know before I start a trading day is to evaluate if I am potentially facing a trending day or another choppy one. There are […]
Strategy & tools
Again, Dave pushed me to do something about my trading and market. Here is another email from him. I am sharing this, for you to think. Let me ask you to think about something. Suppose you were able to take 1 point out of the E-mini every day, day in and day out. You just […]
I found this post by James (a.k.a Soultrader) in Traders laboratory. Very interesting. He uses market profile to review the market and prepare his trading plan for the coming days. Check it out.
I have not completed my 100 trades of dummy trading, so it is still too early to do statistical analysis. But i think it is appropriate to review my progress and decide my next step. I had bad days since end of August. Looking at the performance chart since 01-August-2006 to 18-Oct-2006, ugly?, I think […]
Trading U.S markets from Asia is interesting. We have different time zone, so I am keeping my day job as a IT professional crew and do my “full time” trading at the evening time. I normally get to my bed around 1am or 2am. Here are some ‘survivor’ tips I have gathered and experienced after […]
I have been thinking of grading my trades and execution. There are indeed some bloggers grading their trades. Trader-x grading his trade setup with alphabets (A, A+…etc), J.C from NYSE scalper’s tales grading his daily trades as well: I’m going to re-define what I consider a good trade and a bad trade. Since I’m not […]