Author: Linda Raschke
Linda discusses five choice trading patterns she uses. Based on a logical set of market principles, these five patterns work equally well in equity and commodity markets. Understanding these enduring market setups provides you with a solid foundation for trading technically. They simplify analysis for the beginner and give the aggressive trader added confidence. Linda has used these patterns as the core of her intermediate-term analysis but they work well on any timeframe.
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Time Tested Classic Trading Rules
for the Modern Trader to Live By
This is a list of classic trading rules that was given to me while on the trading floor in 1984. A senior trader collected these rules from classic trading literature throughout the twentieth century. They obviously withstand the age-old test of time.
I’m sure most everybody knows these truisms in their hearts, but this list is nicely edited and makes a good read.
- Accept failure as a step towards victory.
- Have you taken a loss? Forget it quickly. Have you taken a profit? Forget it even quicker! Don’t let ego and greed inhibit clear thinking and hard work.
- One cannot do anything about yesterday. When one door closes, another door opens. The greater opportunity always lies through the open door.
- The deepest secret for the trader is to subordinate his will to the will of the market. The market is truth as it reflects all forces that bear upon it. As long as he recognizes this he is safe. When he ignores this, he is lost and doomed.
- It’s much easier to put on a trade than to take it off.
- If a market doesn’t do what you think it should do, get out.
- Beware of large positions that can control your emotions. Don’t be overly aggressive with the market. Treat it gently by allowing your equity to grow steadily rather than in bursts.
- Never add to a losing position.
- Beware of trying to pick tops or bottoms.
- You must believe in yourself and your judgement if you expect to make a living at this game.
- In a narrow market there is no sense in trying to anticipate what the next big movement is going to be – up or down.
- A loss never bothers me after I take it. I forget it overnight. But being wrong and not taking the loss – that is what does the damage to the pocket book and to the soul.
- Never volunteer advice and never brag of your winnings.
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