I talk about how during a sports bet there is a defined ending point but during a trade if you don’t create an ending point it can be a continuous thing. That can be very dangerous if you don’t know where you’re wrong.
There are no shortcuts. Pain and experience are part of the process. Nobody else can save you with their system but you can certainly learn a lot from other people. The faster you figure out you need to make a system your own, the quicker you can move toward success.
I discuss why it can be difficult to increase your size just based on a good run and why it’s more important to cut your size when you’re struggling. If you are focusing on your process then your size goes up automatically when it’s time.
I talk about the importance of knowing yourself before a probabilistic outcome causes you to panic. If you know that you can take worst case outcome then it will be easy to figure out how to structure the trade.
I describe a new process that has helped me find more trades without it feeling like work. A top down approach of identifying themes while also staying focused on EPS winners and their chart formations.