Price Action Based + System Trading Webinar

Introduction

As many of you know, I have been trading just the price (aka price action trading) for the last 14+ years. During this lockdown I have been getting requests from all over the globe for conducting online webinar on how I trade price action mechanically (absolutely no discretion involved). » More »


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Law of Large numbers and its implication in Trading

Besides loving to trade and playing cricket, I am an ardent subscriber to the statistical concept – the law of large numbers. According to probability theory, the law of large numbers is a theorem that describes the result of performing the same experiment a large number of times. Moreover, the average of the results obtained from a large number of trials should be close to the expected value, and will tend to become closer as more trials are performed. » More »


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Social media and its impact on the mindset of a trader

I have been active in Twitter for the past 6 months and this side of world seems to be filled with overly-expressive folks, especially, when it comes to trading. Traders bicker with each other like kids for everything under the roof and keep fighting that their method is the best in the markets. Even a 5-year experienced trader knows that there are many ways to skin a cat and one method is not superior to other. » More »


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Trading Q&A Audio/Video 2

Audio/Video response to a set of questions i received in a private facebook group

Here is the A/V link:


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Trend following and pivots basics

Introduction

When it comes to trading the markets, we are always inundated with so much of information (I call it as ‘Information constipation’) that we could no longer see the forest but obsessed with just seeing the trees. The process of trading or speculation (as they call it), has morphed into a pseudo-intellectual science and consequentially, traders think that they must strain their brains to profit. Trading, however, is anything but an intellectual exertion. In fact, the more we use our brain in trading, the more likely we are to find ourselves with negative P&L. » More »


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Trading Q&A – Discipline

Mentoring

Someone asked me a question on ‘how to be disciplined all the time?’ and there was no easy answer. He was disciplined in following his plan most of the times but could not do it 100%. Tried my best to address this typical mindset. » More »


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Deliberate practice and patience

Few people have emailed me about ‘being impatient’ in executing their trades (both entry and exit) and I have already written a blogpost on patience few weeks ago. Here it is.. » More »


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Trading psychology Part two

Psychology

This is in continuation with the previous post on psychology and subconscious mind. There were some interesting messages in twitter after I posted the first blogpost on psychology. Here is the link to the previous post. » More »


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Egoless trading, the best trading strategy of all

There was a small surge of direct messages in twitter this weekend on why I should not bother about people trolling about the recent drawdown in my daytrading activity. I casually mentioned in one of the tweets that “My ego and self-image are not attached to trading success” and it made me thinking on why people give priority to ego over making money in trading. Hence this post. » More »


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