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Updated October 17th 2013 by Pete Schweaty
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I am not sure if this should be a journal entry or not. I decided to take the day off from trading and just watch the market today after yesterdays 2 losers and one BE. The results . . . predictable, I made annotations about trades I would have made and all 3 would have been winners. Anyway, it was a confidence builder if nothing more.



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10/7/2013
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Absolutely horrendous. You took 3 trades. To start the day. All of which were losers, but would have been winners if you had not messed with your SL levels. You came out with an acceptable loss on the day, which is the only reason you did not receive an F. If you had kept your RR levels as they should have been, you would have had another great day.


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10/10/2013
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You need to decide if this is what you want to do. You moved your stop again and gave up a 7 point winner.


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10/16/2013
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Good entry. You could have hung in for another push down and gotten more, but you traded well.


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B on the day.

Good job on your first trade. Good entry and exit. You should have taken the second trade you had planned. Baby steps to get back.


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