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13:36 el 28 febrero 2010

11 Rules for better trading

Rule 1: Be data centric in your approach. Take the time and make the effort understand what works and what doesn´t. Taking decisions should be objective and based upon the data.

Rule 2: Be disciplined. The data should guide you in your decisions. This is the only way to navigate a potentially hostile and fearful environment.

Rule 3: Be flexible. At first glance this would seem to contradict rule 2; however, I recognize that markets change and that trading strategies cannot account for every conceivable factor. Giving yourself some wiggle room or discretion is ok, but I would not stray too far from the data or your strategies.

Rule 4: Always question the prevailing dogma. The markets love dogma. “Prices are above the 50 day moving average”, “prices are breaking out”, and “don´t fight the Fed” are some of the most often heard savings. But what do they really means for prices? Make your own observatins and define your own rules. See rule 1.

Rule 5: Understand your market edge. My edge is my ability to use my computer to define the price action. I level the playing field by trading markets and not companies.

Rule 6: Money management: It is very important. There are so few factors you can control in the markets, but this is one of them. Learn to explot it.

Rule 7: Time frame. Know the time frame you are operating on. Don´t let a trade turn into an investment and don´t trade yourself out of an investment.

Rule 8: Confidence and conviction: Believe in your strategies and bet wisely but with conviction. There is nothing more frustrating than having a good strategy work as you expect, yet at the end of the day, you have very little winnings to show for your efforts.

Rule 9: Persistence. It takes persistence to operate in the markets. Success doesn´t come easy, and if it does, then I would be careful. Even the best strategies come with losses, and they always seem to come when you get the nerve to make the big bet. Stay with your plan. If you have done your home work, the winning trades will follow.

Rule 10: Passion. In the end, trading has to be about your bottom line, but you have to love what you do and no amount of money is worth it if you aren´t passionate about the process. No matter how much success you enjoy, in the markets you can   n ever stop learning.

Rule 11: Take care of yourself. No amount of money is worth it if your health is failing or you have managed to alienate yourself from family and friends in the process.

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