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UBC Trading Journal - A day trading journey

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SF, CA/USA
 
Experience: Beginner
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we seem to have similar issues, you and i: overtrading, coming in to late after the signal, anticipating the signal and going in too early, too tight stops, chopped up, isn't it lovely being a beginner?

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@ jackbravo

More than anything, I think it is a product of trading an account that is not large enough. When every stop out creates emotional pain and the desire to get it back immediately, bad things tend to happen. I have had very good runs of multi-week profitable gains. It's when I get in a rut like this it gets ugly. Time for a little head trash removal.


For instance, if I would have followed every rule last week I would have been up $2100 on the TF trading just one contract.

I am going to look at the levels for tomorrow and create a plan to follow on Monday. Stick with the plan and believe in the system. It is a proven winner, I just need to follow it better.

In the meantime, I am going with my son to see the SD Chargers put a beat down on JETS later today. Get away from everything and clear my head.

Good luck to you on Monday!

Bill

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@ jackbravo

More than anything, I think it is a product of trading an account that is not large enough. When every stop out creates emotional pain and the desire to get it back immediately, bad things tend to happen.

Bill

I feel the same, that's why it's so tough being a small trader.

Hope you enjoyed the chargers and good luck this week!

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