Tag Archives: emotion

Tips for Traders

By | March 1, 2013

1. Bulls make a little. Bears make a little. Pigs get slaughtered In other words, do not be a greedy trader. If you are a bull, don’t expect to get in at the bottom and out at the top. If you are a bear, don’t expect to pick an exact market top and ride a… Read More »

Trading and Intuition – Following Your Instincts During Trading

By | January 24, 2013

I’ve heard from many traders that they often take decisions based on instincts. Actually, all non-quants use intuition in some form or another. If you are not using a program that takes all signals that your system produces, how do you decide between several equally good looking trading setups with similar risk to reward? Do… Read More »

10 Rules for Traders

By | September 20, 2012

Always wait for the setup: no setup – no trade. Agree. If your strategy doesn’t provide you a good risk/reward trade to make, then your job is to be patient until it does. Ironically, this often requires you to sit out some very good moves in the market and be inactive at the very same times… Read More »