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> Break-Out Bar Trades - that go bad ...

How many traders have gotten TRAPPED in fast break-out bars, that look to good to resist - - you go in at market -
to find yourself in a loosing position and Expecting it to move back to break-even to get out?




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Been there, done that.

When I first started out with forex several years back this would be a major psychological issue for me...

I would often "revenge trade" in a market that is clearly moving against my bias.

I learned to avoid this by forcing myself to stay on the sidelines during directionless sessions and trading only with the trend when there is direction.

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Here 0bl1vion called it in his post above - Print This Out - and post it on the wall =

"Stay on the sidelines during directionless sessions .. and trade only with the trend when there is direction"

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