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My Trade Playbook

Your Personal Guide to the Trading Game

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Let me paint a picture we're all too familiar with. You've studied the market trends, and you're certain about the direction of a trade. It starts off well; the profit shoots up, and you're riding high on optimism. But then, a slow reversal begins. You're still convinced you're right. It's just a short-term fluctuation, you tell yourself. And you may be right. The long-term direction might hit exactly the price point that you were aiming for. But the intermediate price actions are nothing like what you predicted.

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Navigating the Waves: Understanding Trading Trends Across Time Frames

Fundamentals

You might be wondering, why bother with different time frames? Well, multiple time frame analysis is an essential part of successful trading. This technique follows a top-down approach when trading, allowing traders to gauge the longer-term trend while spotting ideal entries on a smaller time frame chart​.

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Risk and Me: A Trader's Journey Towards Rational Decision Making

Lessons

There's something about risk that's both enticing and terrifying. The thrill of a potential win, the dread of a possible loss—it's a constant tug-of-war. And, surprisingly, I found that rather than being afraid of losing a big amount of money, I would hold out on a position, hoping for a win to materialize.

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When to Trade: Playing the Waiting Game for High Probability Trends

Lessons

Imagine this – you're sitting in front of your trading screen, your fingers itching to click that 'buy' or 'sell' button. The charts are moving, the markets are alive, and you feel an urge to jump into the action. But here's my advice: don't.

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