TRADING STOCKS FOR A LIVING

There is so much BS on the Internet on stock trading. After spending many years failing, learning and developing my own strategy, I was finally able to make the switch 7 years ago and become a full-time independent trader. Let me tell you the truth about what it takes, what works and what doesn’t in the realm of Stock Trading

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R and R-multiples

R and R-multiples

R and R-Multiples R (aka R-value) and R-multiples is a concept developed by Dr. Van K. Tharp., the well-known professional trading coach who wrote several trading books such as “Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom” or “The Definitive Guide to Position Sizing”. So what...

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2019 Review

2019 Review

Timeline 2009I lost $700,000, or 70% of all the money I had in a trade gone seriously wrong.2010I lost another $100,000 in a failed start-up business. I then decided to go back to trading.2013I reached a low point of $35,000 left in my trading account.But after taking...

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My Trading Journal – New Features

My Trading Journal – New Features

  I've just spent the last 2 months creating myself a new trading journal on Google Sheets.  The reason it took me that long was that I've added new personalized tools to it in order to: 1- help me reduce my trading mistakes2- make it easy to check what would...

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Boulevardier 🤤 Enjoy the long WE! https://t.co/b4yWICtbmI
h J R
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At some point in the future, as usual, the best performing stocks will be the best shorts. Never become complacent, don’t fall in love with a story or a stock, and always follow price and volume.
h J R
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@sleeepyinvestor Good question. People you manage money for should have a deep understanding of how your strategy works and/or trust your abilities. Choosing the right investors is more important than this much they can bring to the table.
h J R
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The market couldn’t care less about where I bought and where my stop is. I’m trading stocks, not my PnL.
h J R
@lonestocktrader
Once in a trade, it’s not about where I bought, or how close is the stock to my stop, or how much of a loss/profit I have so far. All that shld hv been planned BEFORE entering. Once in a trade, it’s all about whether the stock is acting well or not - otherwise I’m trading my PnL
h J R
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