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OneUp Trader 50k Evaluations / Journal Challenge - September 2018

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OneUp Trader 50k Evaluations / Journal Challenge - September 2018



Currently in loss but goal to pass evaluation by end of September.

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Hi Lemon Greetings


I like to see how you trade.

Never mind with all the explanation, which
takes too long for me to read and digest,
not that it is not informative, but my attention span
is so very limited like most ADHD blessed person....

Will you be willing to snap a pix of your trading screen
to share with all of us eager beaver wanting to learn
how to trade?

Whenever I get started, I shall oblige the same,
and would not be windy using words to describe
most exciting endeavor like trading.... alright?

Thx


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Currently in loss but goal to pass evaluation by end of September.


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Hatyai /Thailand
 
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Do you still remember, where or how you register?

Do you still remember, where or how you register?

By the way, your personal goal in trading,
should not be meeting anyone else's standard,

like passing whatever, whoever wishes you to
follow....

You should trade to satisfy your own self,
don't you agree, Lemons?

LOL

Then, what do I really know about trading and such?

LOL


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Currently in loss but goal to pass evaluation by end of September.


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I like to see how you trade.

Never mind with all the explanation, which
takes too long for me to read and digest,
not that it is not informative, but my attention span
is so very limited like most ADHD blessed person....

Will you be willing to snap a pix of your trading screen
to share with all of us eager beaver wanting to learn
how to trade?

Whenever I get started, I shall oblige the same,
and would not be windy using words to describe
most exciting endeavor like trading.... alright?

Thx

I think I will start from tomorrow because today short trading day.


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Hatyai /Thailand
 
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Hi Lemons, thx for the short trading day info !

My residence is only half-way across the globe,
right in the middle of rice paddy and such,
so was not aware of the holiday.

Thx for the info.

God bless


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I think I will start from tomorrow because today short trading day.



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Instrument EMD. RTH chart only. I start trading after 30 min of open.
I let the market to cool down a little.
I plan to catch part of the move from line to line. Zone to zone.

Lines on chart :

- pivot points.
- daily high, low and midpoint.
- 30min opening range / initial balance.
- todays open.

I like to see lines to form zones ( confluence ) like on the Fridays chart that chart S1-Low, PP - high of day and
Initial balance high - PP. These are good trade locations and targets.


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I withdraw my journal.
It my not be good idea.

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I withdraw my journal.
It my not be good idea.

If you want to learn from your mistakes then a journal always is a good idea.
Other traders can give you advise or tell you what went wrong based on your trades.

On the other hand, if you do not want to post a journal at least keep a journal with screenshots for yourself so you can look back and learn from what went wrong.

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Good advice



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If you want to learn from your mistakes then a journal always is a good idea.
Other traders can give you advise or tell you what went wrong based on your trades.

On the other hand, if you do not want to post a journal at least keep a journal with screenshots for yourself so you can look back and learn from what went wrong.

That is a very good advice.

And what do you trade at the moment?

Regards

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