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My trading in most areas is at all time worsts. In the few that they are at all time bests, I am trading as "practice".
My confidence is becoming a two-sided thing. And I am being conscious about respecting the strengths and weaknesses of both. On a "reality" side (as traders might refer to it), my numbers, suck this year. And what happened was a visual change, without a doubt. And that is not to be ignored. Changing ANYTHING visual changes things, in a way. As we assign lines and labels and patterns, we also give them their own identity. In that moment, we have strayed.
The biggest thing I see so far is that when I mention "money", I suck. When I work on "practice", I see things differently than what might even sound reasonable. I converse internally a lot more frequently. I feel as good and mostly better than I have in a long long time. Alive, and discovering the real risks that this means, to trade fulltime, as my reality.
Primal is a part, and as anti-social as that may sound, it becomes necessity in a world of "reality". The world that I have decided to dive into headfirst as of this year. Closed a net $200k/year business to do it. And as of tonight, not my best trading ever...
And the weird part is, even as I type that I started to smile, or even laugh. There was a post today on Facebook where someone said something about , laughing out of context. And viewed as some level of "insanity", or as I aka, "outside the box".
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