Learn to be nimble with your trading. Doing so will give you much higher and more consistent returns. Be sure to listen to this episode to get all the important facts!
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Trading by the guidelines or trading non-subjectively allows a person to build invaluable knowledge and experience. However the returns in doing so are going to be based on how well the assumptions and edges inherent within the strategy happen to be in line with the market at any given time. In other words, you would be trading in a way where your profitability relies on “hoping” the market behaves in certain ways in order to be profitable. This type of approach is great for learning and great for beginners but will always result in a large variability of returns over time.
When a trader has traded non-subjectively long enough to have the the knowledge and confidence to trade subjectively that is where their returns can really take off!
Being nimble with your trading means:
- Taking technical analysis into account
- Forming a market opinions
- Being aware of market cycles
- Paying attention to support and resistance levels
- Not getting locked into a directional opinion
- Looking to maximize your gains on smaller amounts of total risk
- Considering market trends
Market changes are the thing that makes professional level traders so profitable. But for those who trading non-subjectively they are just riding the market roller coaster.
It doesn’t have to be that way. Learn to be nimble with your trading!
The goal of the Trading Performance Podcast is to help everyone to gain important insights into the stock market and how a trader can improve their performance in it.