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Mar
10

Don't Give Up

Don't Give Up
I received the following email: Hey Joe! I’m ready to give up. When I found out that statistically most traders are losers, I wonder what chance I have of ever making it. You have every chance of making it. You are not everyone else, you are you. Statistics and those who use them may predict, but you alone determine whether you will succeed or fail. You alone are in control; take responsibil...
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Mar
10

Stop-Running or What?

Stop-Running or What?
Of course I have watched the ECB Press Conference today at 7:30 AM CT (Thursday 03/10) together with the markets. I did not intend to enter any trades before Draghi had his moment and I was surprised by the strong down move at 6:45 AM CT. In just a couple of minutes the Euro FX went down about $1,600. Stop running or was it because of the ECB announcement of lower interest rates (actually everyone...
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Mar
08

Sometimes others get to play and you don’t.

Sometimes others get to play and you don’t.
Sometimes in softball games, as a kid, they handed out the bats and balls and gloves, and there weren’t enough to go around – so you had to sit it out. You had to sit on the bench and watch. The same thing happens in trading. Sometimes you don’t get to participate. You must get used to the idea that sometimes you will sit in front of your charts for days or weeks, and nothing at ...
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