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Alright, last one I promise. I pretty much just blew the trade of the day. Lesson learned!

This could be avoided using a higher time frame do not you think ?

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The issue with higher time frames is risk and entry. On the lower time frames, it is easier for me to spot the patterns developing. I take the most clear cut ones as well. This issue could be avoided by my trade management rules. I did not follow them well today, and the market punished me. I attribute this to trading live for the first time in a while and having the jitters.


Here are a couple of charts which show the way I see it. The higher the time frame, the more we are testing my risk tolerance. I am a small fish, so risking less is better for me. I just should have trailed the stop to next best swing as according to my rules. In fact, the same thing happened on the ZF today and again I left money on the table. Easily corrected, I just need to follow my entry and management rules better

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The issue with higher time frames is risk and entry. On the lower time frames, it is easier for me to spot the patterns developing. I take the most clear cut ones as well. This issue could be avoided by my trade management rules. I did not follow them well today, and the market punished me. I attribute this to trading live for the first time in a while and having the jitters.


Here are a couple of charts which show the way I see it. The higher the time frame, the more we are testing my risk tolerance. I am a small fish, so risking less is better for me. I just should have trailed the stop to next best swing as according to my rules. In fact, the same thing happened on the ZF today and again I left money on the table. Easily corrected, I just need to follow my entry and management rules better

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Have you heard about Ross' trader's entry trick ??? I recommend to read about it ! You can find more on the education section of this forum.

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Have you heard about Ross' trader's entry trick ??? I recommend to read about it ! You can find more on the education section of this forum.

Hey Gabga100,

I was going to post the slides from a Joe Ross webinar where he covers the "Traders Trick Early Entry" but I did not want to be redundant.........so I looked to see if something like this was already posted. Unfortunately I need to "educated" as to where to find the "education" area of the forum.

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Hey Gabga100,

I was going to post the slides from a Joe Ross webinar where he covers the "Traders Trick Early Entry" but I did not want to be redundant.........so I looked to see if something like this was already posted. Unfortunately I need to "educated" as to where to find the "education" area of the forum.

Thanks, Jeff


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Thanks......it's all there........

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Ok, I will stop posting these, but they just keep on giving!

Oh come on, keep posting , this is good stuff - or start your own Journal thread on futures.io (formerly BMT).

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1-2-3 at the open on the nq? Looks pretty clear cut, maybe target 1892 or so..

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Getting slapped around these past two days, but this is again me being impatient and not following my rules. A small loss that should have been a huge win.

EDIT: Thats hilarious, I took the trades on SIM by mistake.. Good thing I didn't make any money lol!

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Today was utterly fantastic for those who trade 1-2-3's and support and resistance. Pretty much every move started with a 1-2-3 at a predictable s/r zone. I unfortunately didn't take that middle move down or up. C'est la vie

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