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    Hey there guys I'm putting together an article based e-book concerning trading to assist new traders and I have written down every idea I could think of that would assist a rookie.

    But Then I got to thinking.

    You know who the best people to ask about it? Probably a bunch of people that are going through there first few measures of trading. I have noticed when I speak to somebody that knows way to much about a specified topic they tend to acquire nebulous and subjective, and do not really answer questions. I have caught myself doing so.

    Mechanical trading methods are similar to trying to tell a robot to manage your angry girlfriend I really said that to someone weekly. As legitimate as that piece of data is it simply does not make any sense if you don't have any standard ideas already set up.

    So in my efforts to acquire basic-basic I come to you to ask you a simple question, simply to be sure I have all my bases covered.

    What is the one thing you would ask a seasoned trader for information on, if you can?

    Thank you much.

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    Therefore the longer I write over here the more and more I feel like I am attempting to write down second character that's not easy to do.

    I want someone to read over a couple of my articles, preferably a Noobie, just to be certain that they are actually valuable. I don't require a flooding a saturated market with stuff which is not even needed.

    If anyone feels up to it, allow me to know either through PM please.
    Due

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    What's the one thing you would ask an experienced trader for information on, if you could?
    //-----

    my question could be directed only at the professional fashion trader or professional swing trader....

    The question could be....

    What method are you using to determine the trend? ....

    And hopefully he would detect my sincerity and permit another question...h

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    The most often and most asked question, that's regarding the appropriate money management with in detailed explanation would be my concern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I'd ask an expert trader about advice with using a trailing stop - that kind to use with which egies and how to determine TS size correctly.
    That is a great question, I didn't even consider incorporating those in because I just never use them.

    I do not think I will bring a post about tracking ceases because nearly all of the posts are advice which work across the whole board whereas a trailing stop falls deeper into a system kind area.

    Anyway here are my 2 cents on trailing stops.
    You can use them, I've even seen a few individuals be successful with them. I used them, not with any great results. You see, the market is at a constant Down and Up and so putting a trailing stop in will really only be successful if a couple of things are only regarded as true. First of that you need to understand that a trailing stop will never get you the best take profit results since it's more of a guard afterward anything and second, A trailing stop will be effective if you use a very big one (these will scale up with period frame) due to the up and down of the market.

    Another interesting point to notice about the trailing stop is that you should just use them if you are fairly certain the market is moving in a specific direction, and in the event that you are fairly certain of that, why bother with them whatsoever? Why don't you just take the best take profit you can get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    The most frequently and most asked question, that's regarding the proper money management with in comprehensive explanation is my concern.
    Yea that's a significant one and I definitely have it coated.
    Thanks much

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote //----- my query would be directed only in the expert trend trader and/or expert swing trader.... The question could be.... What method are you using to ascertain the trend? .... And hopefully he'd detect my sincerity and permit another query...h
    That is a solid question to as well, and it took me quite a long time to grapple with the truth of it. The truth of the matter is that there's hardly ever any genuine solid means to ascertain the trend, you tell me it is upon the H4 I will go in the 15m and show you it is down. The market does exactly what it wants and you just have to jump on and work with it till the results are favorable or you things have gone thus south that you close out the trade. They key is merely knowing what might be the best time to hop in.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hey there men I'm putting together a post based e-book about trading to help out new traders and I have written down every idea I could think of that will help a novice. But I got to thinking. You know who the best people to ask about this? Probably a lot of people that are going through there first few steps of trading. I have noticed when I talk to somebody that understands how to much about a specified subject they are inclined to get nebulous and subjective, and don't quite answer inquiries. I have caught myself doing so. Mechanical trading...
    we don't require any more books written for traders, especially books written by people who dont know what time it is.

    We have bird watching in lion country and we have the muppet warz.

    I read your half dozen articles and it is clear that you should be reading trading books rather than trying to write one.

    That the forexsoutheast.asia(along with other traidng forums) aren't running short of trading teachers and gurus.

    That the one thing that traders deficiency is the capacity to produce profit.

    You're selling fools gold.

    zero/.
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  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hey there men I am putting together an article based e-book about trading to assist new traders...
    Unsure what gave you the impression that there is a gap in the over-saturated, generic-advice-for-newbies market, but great luck.

    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I'd ask an expert trader about advice with using a trailing stop - that kind to use with which egies and the way to determine TS dimensions properly.
    Only you can answer that question. You have some type of record of your transactions. Assuming you're consistent in how you trade, figure out what type of trade direction could have worked best over a high number of transactions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote people don't need any more novels written for traders, particularly books written by people who dont know what time it is. We have bird viewing in lion country and then we also have the muppet warz. I read your half dozen articles and it's clear you need to be studying trading books instead of trying to write one. The forexsoutheast.asia(and other traidng forums) aren't running short of trading teachers and professionals. The only thing that traders deficiency is the capacity to create profit. You're promoting fools gold. Zero/... picture
    My additional articles are fairly old, we all needed to start somewhere. And I really do agree, we really don't need another guru, I don't even like the term guru.I can not vouch for bird viewing or Muppet because I've never really looked into them, I do however understand that most books tend to instruct a method, and a method is one of the last things a new trader requirements, I'm putting something together that would of been precisely what I needed when I began.

    I'm not forcing anybody to buy this, you comprised Slam.

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