The Biggest Enemy of a Winning Trading Strategy

What kills even the best strategies.

Fancy looking candlestick chart on Chartmaster. Source: author.

Trading is kind of like oysters. Everyone has an opinion on it, but most don’t have much experience with it. I’ve never had fresh oysters in my life. But I have had a lot of trading. And not just any trading: I’ve failed at day trading a hundred times. Maybe more. I mean that literally. More than a hundred different times…

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Businessman (myika.co), MMA fighter, poetry fan.<mika@myika.co>

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